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  • UMBC upsets Maryland, 1-0, to advance in NCAA men's soccer tournament

    UMBC upsets Maryland, 1-0, to advance in NCAA men's soccer tournament
    When the final whistle blew Sunday night, hundreds of UMBC fans leapt over the Ludwig Field fence, flooded the grass, and mobbed the celebrating Retrievers men's soccer team. On the other half of the field, many Maryland players covered their heads with...
  • Olsen's leap from minor league to Champions League

    By Philip O'Connor MALMO, Sweden (Reuters) - With a second Swedish title in the bag and two countries battling over his services, Robin Olsen can reflect on an extraordinary journey when Malmo host Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday. That...
  • Kutztown's Manela headed to NCAA cross country championship, three women's soccer players named All-Region

    Junior Corinne Manela of the Kutztown University women's cross country team secured the final spot at the NCAA National Championship with her eighth-place finish at the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Championships on Saturday in heavy winter...
  • Casillas shock inclusion on shortlist for FIFA award

    LONDON (Reuters) - Iker Casillas was the surprise inclusion on the goalkeeping shortlist for FIFA's 2014 World XI on Monday after enduring a difficult year for both Real Madrid and Spain. Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer, who won the World Cup with...
  • Ecuador pinning Copa hopes on Valencia - coach

    By Javier Leira SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Ecuador have a "spectacular" forward in West Ham United's Enner Valencia who only needs to gain a bit more confidence in the English Premier league to join soccer's elite, according to national coach Sixto Vizuete....
  • Murdoch's UK Sun more than doubles online subscribers

    LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid The Sun said it had more than doubled its online subscribers to 225,000 in a year, partly helping shore up declining print sales. The company is using a package of video clips of goals from Premier...
  • Chelsea's Mourinho eager to seal knockout spot versus Schalke

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Chelsea are well-placed to secure a Champions League knockout stage when they face Schalke 04 in their penultimate Group G game on Tuesday but coach Jose Mourinho warned that any slip up could still prove costly. Chelsea, top on...
  • Gascoigne sets record straight on Tottenham help

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne has thanked his ex-Tottenham Hotspur captain Gary Mabbutt and the club and for helping to fund his treatment for alcohol-related problems. Gascoigne, 47, was quoted in The Sun newspaper on...
  • Sunday's local colleges roundup (minus basketball): CNU men's soccer advances to Elite Eight; U.Va. men, women also advance in Division I Tournament

    Men’s soccer: Ryan Balfour had a goal and an assist to help Christopher Newport beat 12th-ranked Whitworth 3-2 in Gambier, Ohio. The Captains (19-3-4) advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III Tournament and next will play Ohio...
  • Galaxy 1, Sounders 0

    The Sports Xchange Galaxy 1, Sounders 0 CARSON, Calif. -- Midfielder Marcelo Sarvas scored in the 52nd minute to give the Los Angeles Galaxy a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders in the first game of Major League Soccer's Western Conference final...
  • Nicholas Hardgrove, popular youth baseball and soccer coach, dies

    Nicholas Hardgrove, popular youth baseball and soccer coach, dies
    Nicholas Hardgrove was a successful attorney, real estate developer and builder, but to many he will be best remembered for his concern for others and his positive outlook, traits that were hallmarks of his work as a volunteer soccer and baseball coach....