• YOUTH: 2005 U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV State Champions
    ALASKABoysU-14 CISC KamikazesU-15 CISC FalconsU-16 NLSC DynamoU-17 GoldstrikersU-18 GoldstrikersGirlsU-14 CISC FlamesU-15 GoldstrikersU-16 GoldstrikersU-17 GoldstrikersARIZONABoysU-14 Pachuca TuzosU-15 Cisco TorosU-16 Cisco PotrosU-17 Sereno WhiteU-18 Sereno WhiteGirlsU-14 Sereno WhiteU-15 Sereno WhiteU-16 South Bank Ladybugs WhiteU-17 Sereno WhiteU-18 Sereno WhiteCAL NORTHBoysU-14 El Dorado United CrewU-15 Mt. Hamilton LobitosU-16 Santa Clara Sporting RuckusU-17 Clovis Odyssey RedU-18 San Juan RangersGirlsU-14 Mustang MavericksU-15 Foothill MVLA MercuryU-16 Santa Rosa United GoldU-17 Pleasanton RageU-18 Pleasanton RageCAL SOUTHBoysU-14 So Cal UnitedU-15 Nomads Soccer ClubU-16 Arsenal FCU-17 SambaU-18 Irvine Soccer Club StrikersGirlsU-14 San Diego Surf WhiteU-15 EaglesU-16 SlammersU-17 SlammersU-18 Laguna Hills Eclipse WhiteHAWAIIBoysU-12 MSC Strikers PremierU-13 HSC BullsU-14 MSC Strikers PremierU-15 ...
  • YOUTH: 2005 U.S. Youth Soccer Region III State Champions
    ALABAMABoysU-14 Jets BlueU-15 Vestavia SteamersU-16 Vestavia SteamersU-17 Jets BlueU-18 Vestavia SteamersGirlsU-14 Lady Kicks RedU-15 Angels RedU-16 Lady Jets BlueU-17 Vestavia Attack BlueU-18 Vestavia Attack LOUISIANABoysU-14 CSC FireU-15 LakeviewU-16 LakeviewGirlsU-14 MandevilleU-15 CSC RageU-16 NOSAMISSISSIPPIBoysU-14 GFUFCU-15 Mississippi Utd. FC WhiteU-16 TFCU-17 Jackson FCU-18 Mississippi Utd. FCU-19 Jackson FCGirlsU-14 JFCU-15 MUSC RedU-16 Mississippi Utd. FCU-17 Mississippi Utd. FCU-18 GCUFCNORTH CAROLINABoysU-14 CASL EliteU-15 Greensboro SC GreeU-16 Charlotte United FC GoldU-17 CASL EliteU-18 CASL EliteGirlsU-14 GYSA Twisters GreenU-15 CASL Spartans EliteU-16 Greensboro Twisters GreenU-17 Charlotte SC BlueU-18 TCYSA Lady Twins WhiteU-19 CASL Spartan EliteNORTH TEXASBoysU-14 Dallas Texans RedU-15 SolarU-16 SolarU-17 Dallas Texans RedGirlsU-14 StingU-15 ...
  • YOUTH: 2005 U.S. Youth Soccer Region II State Champions
    IOWABoysU-14 Cedar River Soccer AssociationU-15 Des Moines MenaceU-16 Cedar River Soccer AssociationU-17 Des Moines MenaceU-18 Iowa Soccer Club CrewGirlsU-14 West Des Moines XtremeU-15 West Des Moines QuestU-16 West Des Moines Royal FuerzaU-17 West Des Moines StormU-18 AnkenyKENTUCKYBoysU-14 JavanonU-15 JYSA United Int'lU-16 JYSA United Int'lU-17 LFC PremierGirlsU-14 JavanonU-15 LFC PremierU-16 JavanonU-17 LFC PremierU-18 LFC PremierMICHIGANGirlsU-14 Livonia UnitedU-15 Michigan Gators OrangeU-16 Michigan HawksU-17 Vardar IIIU-18 Vardar IIIMINNESOTABoysU-14 BanguU-15 Valley UnitedU-16 MaplebrookU-17 WingsU-18 WingsGirlsU-14 WingsU-15 Eden PrairieU-16 BlackhawksU-17 BanguU-18 St. CroixNEBRASKABoysU-15 Capital Gold LegacyU-16 Arsenal BluejaysU-17 NFC RealU-18 Arsenal JuventusGirlsU-15 Capital Gold GalaxyU-16 Capital Gold VictoryU-17 Sparta VelocityU-18 Arsenal StrikersOHIO NORTHBoysU-14 Toledo CelticsU-15 ...
  • WINNERS & LOSERS: Dallas rolls on with Ruiz; Chivas USA drops Rongen
    Winners: DALLAS, which missed the playoffs the past two seasons, downed defending champ D.C. United, 2-0, upping its record to 6-1-3, which has it in first-place of the Western Conference. CARLOS RUIZ scored both Dallas goals, including a bicycle kick from 12 yards after receiving a nicely chipped pass from Roberto Mina. CHRIS ARMAS celebrated his 200th MLS game with a goal and an assist in CHICAGO's 3-0 win over Real Salt Lake, which had been undefeated in its previous four home games. A crowd of 17,861 attended the game at Rice-Eccles Stadium. CLUB AMERICA thumped ...
  • MAKING A LIST: U.S. World Youth Championship Roster
    The 21 players Coach Sigi Schmid named for the U.S. U-20 national team that will compete at the 2005 World Youth Championship are equally divided between pro and college players (10 each) with one player, Lee Nguyen, still in high school. COLLEGE (10) Justin Hughes (Univ. of North Carolina) Andrew Kartunen (Stanford Univ.) Greg Dalby (Notre Dame Univ.) Patrick Ianni (UCLA) Nathan Sturgis (Clemson Univ.) Marvell Wynne (UCLA) Brad Evans (UC Irvine) Benny Feilhaber (UCLA) Sacha Kljestan (Seton Hall Univ.) Jacob Peterson (Indiana Univ.) MLS (7) Hunter Freeman (Colorado Rapids) Eddie Gaven (MetroStars) Will John (Chicago Fire) Tim ...
  • SOCCER ON TV (thru 6/6): Your Viewing Guide
    (All times ET unless noted. Consult your regular television listings guides for availability in your area. Schedules are subject to change.) THURSDAY, June 2FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOLLibertadores Cup quarterfinal, 1st leg BANFIELD-RIVER PLATE (live) 7 pm.Libertadores Cup quarterfinal, 1st leg CHIVAS GUADALAJARA-BOCA JUNIORS (live) 9:15 pm.FRIDAY, June 3FOX SOCCER CHANNELFriendly COLOMBIA-ENGLAND (tape) 8 pm.FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOLFriendly COLOMBIA-ENGLAND (tape) 8 pm.SATURDAY, June 4ESPN2CHICAGO-CHIVAS USA (live) 4 pm.World Cup Qualifying, USA-COSTA RICA (live) 7:30 pm.MLS DIRECT KICKNEW ENGLAND-KANSAS CITY (live) 7:30 pm.Direct Kick: DirecTV - 791; Dish Net - tba; In Demand.LOS ANGELES-METROSTARS (live) 10 pm.Direct Kick: DirecTV - 792; ...
  • U.S. CLUB SOCCER: Region A Champions
    Premier Boys Region A ChampionsU12 Inter SC Boston (MA)U13 NY Hota (NY)U14 Ottawa Fury (Canada)U15 Eastern FC (NY)U16 Midstate United (RI)U17 World Class (NJ)Super Group Boys Region A ChampionsU13 Pasco Stallions (NJ)U14 Goldstar (NC)U15 Matchfit Academy (NJ)Premier Girls Region A ChampionsU12 Inter SC Boston (MA)U14 World Class (NJ)U16 Ottawa Fury (Canada)U17 Ottawa Fury (Canada)
  • US Youth Soccer adidas Cup: Results (May 30)
    Japan U-19 national team 5 US Youth Soccer ODP Region III 2. Goals: Shimada 16, Samzijama 48, Sakaguchi 51, Veda 57, 75; Robinson 55, Curry 90.U.S. U-19 national team 1 Canada U-19 national team 1. Goals: Heath 28, Everrett 76.US Youth Soccer ODP Region I 2 US Youth Soccer ODP Region IV 0. Goals: Taylor 6, Peteraf 19.
  • W-League: Results (May 23-29)
    May 23Ft. Collins 2 (Meyer 34, Robertson 105) Denver 2 (Johnson 90, Kemp 92).May 25Seattle 2 (Heath 4, Arrant 68) Vancouver 0.May 26Denver 1 (Hemmings 74) San Diego 0.Detroit 7 (Gaylor 5, Cauzillo 15, 76, Hupe 39, Swaving 43, Sarkesian 56, 69) West Michigan 0.May 27Chicago 1 (Champion 16) London 1 (Zwikker 18).Western Mass 1 (D'Agostino 14) Long Island 0.Bradenton 1 (Randazzo 47) Hampton Roads 1 (Akide 56).Vermont 1 (Cochran 73) Rochester 0.Ft. Collins 2 (Robertson 35, Meyer 47) San Diego 1 (Klunder 68).May 28Central Florida 6 (Jones 9, Fotopolous 47, 64, 72, 85, 89) Hampton Roads 1 (Sitch 21).Cincinnati ...
  • USL: First & Second Division Results (May 25-29)
    USL First DivisionMay 25Seattle 1 (Levesque 90) Virginia Beach 0.May 27Vancouver 3 (Cucca 30, Jordan 52, Klein 56) Virginia Beach 1 (Castellanos 16).May 28Charleston 2 (Evans 71, Martinez 88) Atlanta 1 (Brooks 49).Toronto 4 (Smith 23, Simpson 55, 90, Dodds 68) Puerto Rico 4 (Woolfolk 19, Salles 25, 44, 90).Portland 2 (Alvarez pen. 6, Lines 51) Virginia Beach 2 (Castellanos 60, Caskey pen. 84).May 29Montreal 0 Rochester 0.Minnesota 1 (Tenoff 24) Vancouver 0.May 30Richmond 2 (Delicate 11, 15) Charleston 0.USL Second DivisionMay 28Long Island 2 (Sy 18, 40) Wilmington (Corrie 70).New Hampshire 1 (Charles 60) Western Mass 3 (Maciel 34, ...
  • YOUTH: U.S. World Youth Championship Roster
    Coach Sigi Schmid named the following U-20 players for the U.S. team that will compete in the 2005 World Youth Championship:Goalkeepers -- Justin Hughes (Univ. of North Carolina), Andrew Kartunen (Stanford Univ.), Quentin Westberg (Troyes/FRA).Defenders -- Greg Dalby (Notre Dame), Hunter Freeman (Colorado Rapids), Patrick Ianni (UCLA), Jonathan Spector (Manchester United/ENG), Nathan Sturgis (Clemson Univ.), Tim Ward (MetroStars), Marvell Wynne (UCLA).Midfielders -- Brad Evans (UC Irvine), Benny Feilhaber (UCLA), Eddie Gaven (MetroStars), Will John (Chicago Fire), Sacha Kljestan (Seton Hall Univ.), Danny Szetela (Columbus Crew).Forwards -- Freddy Adu (D.C. United), Chad Barrett (Chicago Fire), Lee Nguyen (Dallas Texans), Sammy Ochoa ...
  • WPSL Summaries (May 27-29)
    May 27Houston 0 California 3 (Sissi 33, Schott 48, Patrick 85).FC Indiana 6 (St. Louis 4, Smith 8, Falconer 28, Luik 47, St. Louis 49, St. Louis 55) Chicago 1 (Spacht 61).May 28Elk Grove 2 (Lucchesi 19, Petersen 34) Las Vegas 2 (Shoughro 50, Roberts 76).East Bay 2 (Smothermon 69, Wieger 93) San Diego 6 (Coghill 2, Callier 24, Carey 39, Castellanos 67, Callier 76, Sanford 83).Steel City 4 (Lowry 3, Story 23, Hayley 37, Humphries 56) Rhode Island 3 (Lukis 35, Ciccone 78, Ciccone 87).May 29Elk Grove 2 (Rapinoe 26, 74) San Diego 0.East Bay 0 Ajax 4 ...
  • MLS STATISTICS (through May 28)
    MLS STATISTICS (through May 28)STANDINGS Eastern Conference Team W-L-T PTS New England 6-0-3 21Chicago 5-4-1 16Kansas City 4-2-3 15Metrostars 3-3-3 12D.C. United 3-4-2 11Columbus 3-6-1 10Western Conference Team W-L-T PTS FC Dallas 6-1-3 21Los Angeles 6-2-1 19San Jose 3-3-4 13Real Salt Lake 3-5-2 11Colorado 2-7-2 8Chivas USA 1-8-1 4 SCHEDULE (home team first, times ET)Tuesday, May 31Metrostars-Chicago, 6:30 pm.Wednesday, June 1Chivas USA-Kansas City, 10:30 pm. Saturday, June 4Chicago-Chivas USA, 4 pm.New England-Kansas City, 7:30 pm.Los Angeles-Metrostars, 10 pm.Real Salt Lake-FC Dallas, 10 pm.San Jose-D.C. United, 10:30 pm.(Direct Kick Package and regional TV schedule will appear in Friday's Daily.) WEEK 9 ...
  • TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: Roster for World Cup qualifiers (June 4-8)
    Goalkeepers: Clayton Ince (Crewe Alexandra/ENG), Kelvin Jack (Dundee/SCO).Defenders: Dennis Lawrence (Wrexham/WAL), Marvin Andrews (Glasgow Rangers/SCO), Anton Pierre (Defence Force), Brent Sancho (Dundee/SCO), Marlon Rojas (Real Salt Lake/USA), Avery John (New England Revolution/USA), Atiba Charles (W Connection), Glenton Wolfe (National Quarries NE Stars).Midfielders: Carlos Edwards (Luton Town/ENG), Christopher Birchall (Port Vale/ENG), Leslie Fitzpatrick (Real Salt Lake/USA), Aurtis Whitley (San Juan Jabloteh), Brent Rahim (Unattached), Densill Theobald (Caledonia AIA Fire).Forwards: Gary Glasgow (Unattached), Kenwyne Jones (Southampton/ENG), Stern John (Coventry City/ENG), Hector Sam (Wrexham/WAL), Dwight Yorke (Sydney FC/AUS).
  • TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: Roster for World Cup qualifiers (June 4-8)
    Goalkeepers: Clayton Ince (Crewe Alexandra/ENG), Kelvin Jack (Dundee/SCO).Defenders: Dennis Lawrence (Wrexham/WAL), Marvin Andrews (Glasgow Rangers/SCO), Anton Pierre (Defence Force), Brent Sancho (Dundee/SCO), Marlon Rojas (Real Salt Lake/USA), Avery John (New England Revolution/USA), Atiba Charles (W Connection), Glenton Wolfe (National Quarries NE Stars).Midfielders: Carlos Edwards (Luton Town/ENG), Christopher Birchall (Port Vale/ENG), Leslie Fitzpatrick (Real Salt Lake/USA), Aurtis Whitley (San Juan Jabloteh), Brent Rahim (Unattached), Densill Theobald (Caledonia AIA Fire).Forwards: Gary Glasgow (Unattached), Kenwyne Jones (Southampton/ENG), Stern John (Coventry City/ENG), Hector Sam (Wrexham/WAL), Dwight Yorke (Sydney FC/AUS).