Monthly Archives: June 2015

UYSA Awards Grant to Ogden Community Soccer Complex
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The OCSC committee received a wonderful and generous donation from Utah Youth Soccer Association this month, accepting a $25,000 donation that will help make the Ogden Soccer Complex in Ogden, UT a reality. On June 17 the OHS Tigers passed the … Continue reading

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CD Motagua Crowned 2015 USASA Region III Champions
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Louisiana Soccer players from CD Motagua of New Orleans put on a thrilling performance at the 2015 USASA Region III Open Cup in Dallas, TX this month, cementing a perfect 3-0 on their way to become USASA Region III Champions. The Cajun Soccer … Continue reading

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U.S. WNT Face Colombia with Quarterfinals on the Line
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The last time the U.S. WNT faced Colombia in a World Cup match the Yanks came away with a 3-0 win and star striker Abby Wambach left the field with a shiner. That was in the second group stage match … Continue reading

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NWSL Week 10- Recap and Goals of the Week
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While the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup kicked off to the north in Canada, the NWSL resumes play after a two-week hiatus. The games brought with it controversy, inclement weather, and a stoppage-time equalizer…scored by a goalkeeper. Sky … Continue reading

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16 Teams Survive to Fight For Women’s World Cup
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Two weeks ago 24 nations began the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Eight were sent home after the group stage games, with the remainder heading to the round of 16. We’ve broken the 16 into two groups. The Contenders Germany, Japan, … Continue reading

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Dempsey Meltdown and Cosmos Win Over NYCFC Highlight US Open Cup
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The U.S. Open Cup kicked into high gear this week with Major League Soccer’s addition to the competition, but the games were overshadowed by Clint Dempsey’s ejection for ripping up a referee’s notebook in a game that finished with seven … Continue reading

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U.S. Top Group to Advance to Round of 16
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The U.S. WNT reverted to the most reliable move in its playbook, beating Nigeria 1-0 on a 45th minute Abby Wambach goal from a corner kick to win Group D and to advance to the knockout rounds of the 2015 … Continue reading

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Ellis Has to Get it Right as U.S. Face Nigeria
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The U.S. WNT traveled north to Canada last week greeted by enough stars and stripes that they could be excused for thinking that they were playing at home. The defending Olympic champions arrived in the Great White North as team … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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Through international friendlies, European qualifiers, World Cup preliminaries and U20 World Cups, MLS never sleeps. So here then in our weekly MLS – Big 5. • Orlando Magic! There is nothing illusory about it, with Sunday’s victory over first place … Continue reading

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U.S. Men Fall Short at U20 World Cup
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With this morning’s heart breaking loss on penalty kicks to Serbia in the books night owls and insomniacs across the United States will no longer have this American U20 soccer team to keep them company on their late nights, and … Continue reading

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U.S. and Sweden Battle to Dull Draw
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The United States and Sweden locked horns tonight in a defensive battle that ended in a 0-0 draw in Winnipeg. U.S. coach Jill Ellis was facing her former boss Pia Sundhage, who made headlines this week with slightly critical remarks … Continue reading

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Beasley in Shock Gold Cup Recall as U.S. Names Provisional Gold Cup Roster
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Moments prior to the start of what would become a shocking United States victory over Germany, U.S. Soccer released its 35 man provisional roster for the upcoming Gold Cup. The biggest surprise in the group is veteran fullback DaMarcus Beasley … Continue reading

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U.S. MNT Stun World Champions
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For the second time in five days Bobby Wood came off the bench to strike a late game winning goal for the U.S. against world class opposition. Tonight World Cup winning Germany were the victims as Wood’s 87th minute blast … Continue reading

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U-20 MNT Advances to World Cup Quarterfinals
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A Rubio Rubin strike and a Zack Steffen penalty kick save were the two huge moments that propelled 10 man United States past Colombia and into the quarterfinals of the U20 World Cup. It was a character building performance from the young Yanks, … Continue reading

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