• WINNERS & LOSERS: Bobby Convey scores for Reading
    Winners: KASEY KELLER was Borussia Moenchengladbach's highest rated player by Kicker magazine in a 1-1 tie with Bayer Leverkusen. American defender STEVE CHERUNDOLO captained Hannover 96 under new coach Peter Neururer in its 2-2 tie at VfB Stuttgart. In the second tier of the English League, BOBBY CONVEY scored his third goal of the season as Reading extended its unbeaten streak to 21 games with a 3-1 win over Hull City. EDDIE LEWIS went the full 90 as Leeds came back against Southampton for a 4-3 win. RONALDINHO scored two brilliant goals on ...
  • COLLEGE: Georgia Perimeter and Monroe win NJCAA D1 titles
    Georgia Perimeter won the NJCAA Division I menÆs championship with a 3-1 win over Yavapai in SundayÆs final in Tyler, Texas. Ricardo Cardoso, the JaguarsÆ 6-foot-2 striker from Tamarac, Fla., scored two goals in the first half to earn tournament MVP honors. CardosoÆs golden goal had lifted Georgia Perimeter to a 3-2 win over Mercer County, in the semifinal as the Jaguars gained revenge for their loss to Mercer in last yearÆs final. Another Georgia school lost in the NJCAA Division I womenÆs final in Phoenix. Darton lost its first game of the season, falling to Monroe, 2-1. Annemarie ...
  • YOUTH: U.S. Youth Soccer Thanksgiving Interregional Girls ODP Rosters
    Girls 1988Region 1Megan Ashforth (New Canaan, CT), Gina DeMaio (Parsippany, NJ), Gina DiMartino (Massapequa, NY), Akilah Duggan (Brentwood, NY), Kelly Eagan (St. James, NY), Rebecca Edwards (Downingtown, PA), Colleen Flanagan (Downingtown, PA), Tobin Heath (Basking Ridge, NJ), Kelly Henderson (Baldwin, NY), Chantal Jones (Midlothian, VA), Meghan Klingenberg (Gibsonia, PA), Ashley Moore (Clifton Park, NY), Nicole Moore (Virginia Beach, VA), Sarah Murphy (Mendham, NJ), Alyssa Naeher (Seymour, CT), Jessica Rothenheber (Chalfont, PA), Katie Schoepfer (Waterford, CT), Kristin Stannard (Midlothian, VA).Region 2Tasha Dittamore (Granite City, IL), Ann Gleason (Stillwater, MN), Katie Becker (Shorewood, MN), Jordan Bruch (Papillion, NE), Jacqueline Carron (Rochester Hills, ...
  • COLLEGE: Lynn's Scroggins ties record
    NCAA D2 MEN. Lee Paul Scroggins scored two goals in LynnÆs 8-0 victory over Lander to tie an NCAA Division II record for goals in a tournament with six. Lynn joins top-ranked Ft. Lewis, No. 4 SIU-Edwardsville and No. 15 Franklin Pierce in the final four, which will be played Dec. 2-4 in Wichita Falls, Texas.NCAA D3 MEN. Messiah improved to 22-0-0 with a 5-0 win over Maryville (Tenn.) and a 3-0 victory over the College of New Jersey. Gustavus Adolphus, Plattsburgh State and Whitworth complete this weekend's final four field in Greensboro, N.C.NAIA MEN. Hastings upset top seed ...
  • COLLEGE: UNC's White breaks record with five assists
    Kacey White set an NCAA Division I WomenÆs Tournament record with five assists in North CarolinaÆs 6-0 win over Pepperdine. White's five assists broke the record that had been held by four Tar Heel players For the second straight game, North CarolinaÆs Lindsay Tarpley had a hat trick, giving her 16 career goals in the NCAA Tournament, one more than Mia HammÆs previous UNC record. Tarpley had one assist, extending her own NCAA career record for assists in tournament games to 18. She trails only Christine Sinclair of Portland in goals and points in NCAA games. Sinclair has 23 ...
  • COLLEGE: Big East menÆs teams sweep six
    Eoin Lynch scored a golden goal in the 96th minute to give Providence a 1-0 win at Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA Division I MenÆs Tournament. The Friars, making their first tournament appearance since 1983, were one of only three teams to win on the road in the first round. Wisconsin-Milwaukee beat Bradley, 2-0, in Peoria, Ill., and Stony Brook edged Yale, 2-1, in New Haven, Conn., on Adam CiklicÆs goal in the 94th minute. Providence was one of six Big East teams to win in the first round, along with Notre Dame, St. JohnÆs, Seton ...
  • MLS CONFIDENTIAL: Real Change
    By Ridge Mahoney, Senior Editor Soccer America Real Salt Lake has begun the revamp of its roster by waiving several players, including Rusty Pierce, D.J. Countess and Matt Behncke, and trading Brian Dunseth to CD Chivas USA for defender Douglas Sequeira and midfielder Christian Jiminez.One player back on the block is Real Salt Lake forward Clint Mathis, who was made available prior to the Sept. 15 trade deadline and now that the season is over, trade talks can re-commence.Teams may have been scared off by his contract terms: two more years guaranteed at $410,000 per season (about $280,000 counts against ...
  • FOCUS: The Curious Conversion of Senor Bradley
    By Paul Gardner Having been a tremendous flop during his three years with the RotMasters, it comes as no suprise to see Bob Bradley rewarded with another plum coaching job ... that is the way it is with the MLS coaching clique ... of course it smacks of jobs for the boys, a sort of nepotism, something that is never admirable ... no matter, Bradley, hardly this country's biggest admirer of Hispanic soccer, will go to Chivas, a club that is rapidly abandoning its original intention to be a primarily Hispanic team ... an obviously silly appointment, not one that ...
  • ON THE MOVE: Chivas USA hires Bob Bradley
    Bob Bradley, fired by the MetroStars with three games left in the 2005 regular season, will be named Chivas USA head coach.Bradley succeeds Dutchman Hans Westerhof, who had replaced Dutch-American Thomas Rongen, the 2005 expansion franchise's first coach, at midseason.Bradley had a 32-31-26 record at the MetroStars and guided them to playoffs his first two seasons but failed to win a playoff game. Before joining the MetroStars, Bradley coached the Chicago Fire and lifted MLS Cup 1998.Chivas USA compiled a league worst 4-22-6 record in 2005
  • COLLEGE: Small College Tournament Scores (Nov. 18-20)
    NCAA Division II MenÆs Tournament (Nov. 20) Quarterfinals Nov. 20 Lynn 8 (Wallace 9, Scroggins pen. 16, 50, Porter pen. 33, Alexander 45, Young 58, Salvatore 88, Ando 90) Lander 0. Ft. Lewis 3 (Cunliffe 12, Sweetser pen. 43, 58, Cal State Dominguez Hills 2 (Rivas 23, Corona 87). SIU-Edwardsville 1 (Banner 77) Carson-Newman 0. Franklin Pierce 1 (Joyce 34) NYIT 1 (Caines 86). (Franklin Pierce wins 3-2 on penalties.) Semifinals Dec. 1 in Wichita Falls, Texas Franklin Pierce (15-5-5) vs. SIU Edwardsville (16-2-3) Lynn (16-2-0) vs. Ft. Lewis (20-0-1) NCAA Division II WomenÆs Tournament Scores (Nov. 19-20) ...
  • COLLEGE: NCAA Division II WomenÆs Tournament Scores (Nov. 19-20)
    Nov. 19 Franklin Pierce 2 (Hughes 10, Hislop 21) West Chester 1 (Yetter 28). Seattle Pacific 0 Metro State 0. (Seattle Pacific wins 5-4 on penalties.) Nov. 20 Neb.-Omaha 2 (Iwansky 3, 51) Grand Valley State 0. Carson-Newman 2 (Angus 24, Moore 71) West Florida 0. Semifinals Dec. 1 in Wichita Falls, Texas Carson-Newman (17-4-0) vs. Seattle Pacific (19-0-4) Franklin Pierce (19-1-2) vs. Neb.-Omaha (18-2-0)
  • COLLEGE: NCAA Division II MenÆs Tournament Scores (Nov. 20)
    Quarterfinals Nov. 20 Lynn 8 (Wallace 9, Scroggins pen. 16, 50, Porter pen. 33, Alexander 45, Young 58, Salvatore 88, Ando 90) Lander 0. Ft. Lewis 3 (Cunliffe 12, Sweetser pen. 43, 58, Cal State Dominguez Hills 2 (Rivas 23, Corona 87). SIU-Edwardsville 1 (Banner 77) Carson-Newman 0. Franklin Pierce 1 (Joyce 34) NYIT 1 (Caines 86). (Franklin Pierce wins 3-2 on penalties.) Semifinals Dec. 1 in Wichita Falls, Texas Franklin Pierce (15-5-5) vs. SIU Edwardsville (16-2-3) Lynn (16-2-0) vs. Ft. Lewis (20-0-1)
  • COLLEGE: NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scores (Nov. 18-20)
    THIRD ROUNDNov. 18Portland 4 (Rapinoe 18, 84, Huie 28, Hume 90) Arizona 0.Att.: 4,892.Notre Dame 5 (Cinalli 16, Bock 22, Pinnick 40, Hanks 64, 85) Yale 2 (Karnes 32, Whitfield 51).Att.: 768.Nov. 19North Carolina 6 (Guess 6, Chalupny 16, Tarpley 18, 63, 84, OÆReilly 35) Pepperdine 0.Att.: 4,411.Penn State 4 (Bouchelle 55, Weimer 73, 75, 88) Texas A&M 1 (Garey 19).Att.: n/a.Santa Clara 2 (Estrada 59, Angeli 69) Boston College 1 (Reyes 36).Att.: 1,384.UCLA 4 (Lang 3, 79, Lindstrom 76, Zerboni 86) Marquette 0.Att.: 766.Nov. 20Virginia 2 (Rostedt 24, Foley pen. 76) Cal State Fullerton 1 (Wilson 79).Att.: 943.Florida State ...
  • COLLEGE: NCAA Division I MenÆs Tournament Scores (Nov. 18-19)
    First RoundNov. 18Bradley 0 UW-Milwaukee 2 (Sperl 11, Francois 51).Att.: 1,006.Clemson 2 (Richards 22, Quintanar 28) Coastal Carolina 0.Att.: 1,160Creighton 3 (Wieland 32, Kraus 37, Biggerstaff 90) Lafayette 0.Att.; 2,380.Hofstra 0 Providence 1 (Lynch 96) (OT).Att.: 1,251.Notre Dame 2 (Lapira 20, Martin 53) Western Illinois 0.Att.: 420.St. JohnÆs 3 (Hole 58, Old pen. 66, Groenwald 75) Marist 1 (Graci 63).Att.: 1,012.Santa Clara 1 (Lowry 47) Ohio State 0.Att.: 1,143.SMU 2 (Da Silva 18, 33) San Francisco 1 (Languis 90).Att.: 400.South Florida 3 (Neavers 24, Raad 74, Seabrook 83) Stetson 0.Att.: 1,578.Wake Forest 2 (Solle 69, Thompson 89) South Carolina 0.Red ...
  • SOCCER ON TV (thru Nov. 21): Your Viewing Guide
    (All times ET unless noted. Consult your regular television listings guides for availability in your area. Schedules are subject to change.) SATURDAY, Nov. 19 FOX SOCCER CHANNEL England WIGAN-ARSENAL (live), 7:30 am. Germany BORUSSIA DORTMUND-HERTHA BERLIN (delay), 10 am. England WEST BROM-EVERTON (live), noon. England CHARLTON-MANCHESTER UTD. (delay), 3 pm. FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL England WIGAN-ARSENAL (delay), noon. Mexican Primera A INDIOS-TIGRILLOS (live), 4 pm. Mexican Primera A COYOTES DE SONORA-LOBOS BUAP (delay), 6 pm. Mexico DORADOS-CHIAPAS (live), 8 pm. ESPN DEPORTES Mexican Primera A QUERETARO-LEON (live), 3:55 pm. AZTECA AMERICA Mexico ...
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