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  • Klinsmann picks 17 of 23 World Cup vets for Gold Cup

    The U.S. roster for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup will look a lot like the American team at last year's World Cup. U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann selected 17 of the 23 players he took to Brazil last year, adding goalkeeper William Yarbrough; defenders...
  • Next for Galaxy: vs. Portland on Wednesday at StubHub Center

    Next for Galaxy: vs. Portland on Wednesday at StubHub Center
    GALAXY VS. PORTLAND TIMBERS When: 8 p.m. PDT Wednesday. Where: StubHub Center. On the air: TV: ESPN2, ESPN Deportes; Radio: 980, 1330. Records: Galaxy, 6-5-7; Timbers, 7-5-4. Record vs. Portland: 0-0-1. Update: With a 6-1 victory over an...
  • Tabb puts three and Jamestown four on 4A all-state girls soccer team

    Tabb puts three and Jamestown four on 4A all-state girls soccer team
    Bay Rivers District girls soccer co-champions Tabb and Jamestown combined to put seven players on the Group 4A all-state team, with the Tigers getting three spots and the Eagles four. Tabb forward Leah Tyson and Jamestown defender Maddie Clevinger...
  • Women's World Cup: U.S. team relies on depth as two sit out for yellows

    Women's World Cup: U.S. team relies on depth as two sit out for yellows
    U.S. Coach Jill Ellis loves to boast about her team's depth. And in Friday's Women's World Cup quarterfinal with China, that depth probably will determine whether the Americans go on in the tournament or go home. U.S. midfielders Megan Rapinoe and...
  • Why not a women's World Cup every two years?

    Why not a women's World Cup every two years?
    Getting 10 things on my mind about the 2015 women’s World Cup off my chest: 1.  Abby Wambach of the U.S., who has more goals in international play than anyone in history, risks having what she says will be her final World Cup remembered more for...
  • Jurgen Klinsmann picks 17 of 23 World Cup vets for Gold Cup

    Jurgen Klinsmann picks 17 of 23 World Cup vets for Gold Cup
    The U.S. roster for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup will look a lot like the American team at last year's World Cup. U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann selected 17 of the 23 players he took to Brazil last year, adding goalkeeper William Yarbrough; defenders...
  • The Courier-News' 2015 Girls Soccer All-Area Team

    First Team Mariela Alba, Bartlett, junior, midfielder: IHSSCA all-sectional and All-Upstate Eight Valley all-conference pick. Described by coach Ben Beary as "courageous field general, impact player solidified defense," yet had team-best seven goals...
  • Darcy Cunningham The Courier-News' 2015 Girls Soccer Player of the Year

    Darcy Cunningham The Courier-News' 2015 Girls Soccer Player of the Year
    Name the metric and St. Charles East's Darcy Cunningham measures up. Based on knowledge of the game, heart, hustle, leadership, statistics — for those reasons, Cunningham is The Courier-News' 2015 Girls Soccer Player of the Year. The senior...
  • U.S. has a chance in a defensive World Cup

    U.S. has a chance in a defensive World Cup
    Chalk it up to parity. Or great defending. Or maybe, as Abby Wambach said, it's the artificial turf. Whatever the reason, goals have been hard to come by at this women's World Cup. Twenty-four of the tournament's 44 games — including five of...
  • Orlando City balancing development for young players in first season

    Orlando City balancing development for young players in first season
    MONTREAL – Three days after two Orlando City rookies earned their first professional minutes and three other young players contributed significant minutes in a U.S. Open Cup win, the Lions’ lineup on Saturday night was again filled with...
  • U.S. Women Saving It For Field, Not Taking Colombia's Trash-Talking Bait

    U.S. Women Saving It For Field, Not Taking Colombia's Trash-Talking Bait
    EDMONTON, Alberta — Never mind the infamous punch and the trash talk: The U.S. women's team says the only motivation it needs for defeating Colombia is the opportunity to move on at the Women's World Cup. When the teams met nearly three years...