Monthly Archives: November 2011

Garza on trial with Club Tijuana

U.S. Under-23 national team defender Greg Garza's search for a club team has led him to Mexico, where he recently secured a Mexican passport and is now beginning a trial with Mexican First Division side Club Tijuana. A former youth player … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, Mexican Soccer | 18 Comments

Americans Abroad Ticker: Okugo training in Freiburg, Bocanegra injured, and more

By JOEY SAMUEL When he took the job as head coach of the US national team, Jurgen Klinsmann urged players in Major League Soccer to keep playing at a high level throughout the offseason. It appears as though they are … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, Major League Soccer | 33 Comments

NCAA Round of 16 recap: Akron upset by Charlotte, North Carolina survives in OT

By JOHN BOSCHINI There will be no repeat for Caleb Porter and the Akron Zips. The defending champions were unceremoniously dumped out at the hands of unseeded Charlotte with a 1-0 defeat Sunday night. A first-half goal from A-10 rookie … Continue reading »

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Mid-Day Ticker: Semifinals set in Mexico, doubts remain over ’22 WC host, & more

By JOEY SAMUEL A wild weekend that included several major upsets concluded Sunday night in Mexico, where the four semifinal places in the Apertura playoffs were set. Chivas de Guadalajara, despite finishing first in the regular season standings, could not … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, FIFA World Cup, International Soccer, Major League Soccer, Mexican Soccer | 38 Comments

Monday Kickoff: World mourns Speed, Guardado expected to move and more

By CALEB SONNELAND The loss of life in the sports world always runs deep within the game, and to lose a player like Gary Speed saw shockwaves sent throughout soccer on Sunday. The Wales manager was discovered at his home … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, International Soccer | 15 Comments

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

By FRANCO PANIZO Timmy Chandler may have scored a goal on Saturday, but he wasn't the only U.S. men's national team defender to make an impact with his left foot. Jonathan Spector helped rescue Birmingham City from defeat, assisting on … Continue reading »

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Hoffman brace leads UCLA past Rutgers to book place in NCAA quarterfinals

BY ADAM SERRANO LOS ANGELES — Chandler Hoffman can't stop scoring and thanks to the junior forward's incredible run of form, UCLA sits just one win away from the College Cup. Hoffman tallied two goals, making his total 18 on … Continue reading »

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Rolfe’s goal, three assists lead Louisville past Maryland into NCAA quarterfinals

Photo by ISIphotos.com By AVI CREDITOR COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Colin Rolfe's one-man show has Louisville on the cusp of a return to the College Cup. Rolfe, Louisville's leading scorer and last year's Hermann Trophy finalist, took apart Maryland's back … Continue reading »

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Fox Soccer Interview: Bradley talks Chievo and move to Serie A

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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

This weekend's English Premier League action marked the one-third point of the season, leaving plenty of soccer left to play, but Manchester City could put a stranglehold on first place in England with a win against Liverpool today. The Reds … Continue reading »

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NCAA Tournament Round of 16 kicks off today

The race to win the 2011 NCAA College Cup will heat up today as the 16 remaining contenders square off in pre-quarterfinal action across the country. Four of the top five seeds are still alive, including No. 1 North Carolina, … Continue reading »

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Chelsea 3, Wolves 0: Match Highlights

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