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January 20, 2017
MLS INFORMER
Major League Soccer's second generation

Should the Washington Post report come to pass that MAC Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes has agreed to terms with D.C. United and is expected to sign so he can start training camp next week, he would become the fifth son of a former MLS player to join the league and second in less than two years.



KICKING OFF
NASL sets dates for openers, Championship Final

NEW YORK -- The North American Soccer League will kick off the Spring Season on Saturday, March 25, the league announced Friday.


January 18, 2017
BEST OF CONCACAF
Alex Morgan, Costa Rica's Bryan Ruiz named players of year

U.S. national team star Alex Morgan has been named CONCACAF Female Player of the Year for the second time, the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football announced Wednesday.


January 18, 2017
A JERMAINE SIGNING
LA Galaxy gets U.S. national team midfielder Jones

CARSON, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy have signed U.S. national team midfielder Jermaine Jones, the team announced Wednesday.


January 17, 2017
ROWDIE OPENER
Union set to meet Tampa Bay in preseason tournament

CHESTER, Pa. -- The Philadelphia Union will meet the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the opener of the Rowdies Suncoast Invitational Feb. 18, the team announced Tuesday.


January 17, 2017
MLS SUPERDRAFT
Third and Fourth round selctions

The Colorado Rapids selected Pfeiffer University forward Jaime Siaj with the first pick of the third round of the MLS SuperDraft Tuesday.


January 13, 2017
PICKING A PAIR
Union select Marcus Epps, Aaron Jones in SuperDraft

LOS ANGELES – The Philadelphia Union selected University of South Florida midfielder Marcus Epps and Clemson University defender Aaron Jones in Friday's MLS SuperDraft.


January 13, 2017
MLS SUPERDRAFT
College-by-college selections



January 13, 2017
MLS SUPERDRAFT
Team-by-team selections



January 13, 2017
MLS SUPERDRAFT
First and Second round selections



January 13, 2017
RIGHT TO BE NO. 1
Minnesota United selects UCLA forward Abu Danladi

LOS ANGELES -- Minnesota United FC selected UCLA forward Abu Danladi with the No. 1 pick in the MLS SuperDraft Friday.


January 13, 2017
MLS INFORMER
Coming full circle

When MLS started in 1996, all 10 teams played in stadia where either NFL or college football teams were the primary tenant (if not the building owners). Oversized seating capacity, narrow fields, obtrusive line markings, uneven surfaces and schedule changes necessitated by NFL games – not to mention the exorbitant rents in some cases, restrictions on advertising and the loss of other revenue streams – were among the many reasons MLS teams strived to distance themselves from their American football brethren.


January 12, 2017
THREE FROM 'SC
Breakers, Sky Blue go for NCAA champs in first round

LOS ANGELES -- NCAA champion Southern Cal became the third school to have three players selected in the first round of the NWSL College Draft Thursday.



January 12, 2017
THE BIGGEST SEASON
MLS schedule includes two rivalry weeks, most games, new teams, new stadiums



NEW YORK -- Major League Soccer Thursday unveiled the regular season schedule for its 22 clubs, including broadcast coverage across the five national broadcast partners in the U.S. and Canada.


January 12, 2017
HOME SWEET REMATCH
Union set schedule for eighth MLS season

The Philadelphia Union’s only home match of the first month of their eighth MLS season will be a playoff rematch against Toronto FC at Talen Energy Stadium at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 11, the league announced Thursday.


January 12, 2017
AN OKAI SIGNING
Riverhounds re-sign Ghanaian midfielder

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have re-signed Ghanaian midfielder Stephen Okai to a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday.


January 11, 2017
DEFENDING THEIR BELIEF
USWNT to meet England, France, Germany

The defending champion U.S. Women’s National Team will meet England, France and Germany in the second SheBelieves Cup, with doubleheaders scheduled March 1-7, U.S. Soccer announced Wednesday.


January 9, 2017
SECOND STRAIGHT
Carli Lloyd captures FIFA player of the year award

U.S. Women’s National Team co-captain Carli Lloyd has been named Best FIFA Women's Player for the second consecutive year, becoming the fourth player to win the award in consecutive years.


January 9, 2017
RIVERHOUND SIGNING
Pittsburgh adds defender Tobi Adewole

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have signed defender Tobi Adewole to a one-year deal with a club option for the 2018 season, the team announced Monday.


January 9, 2017
AN AMICABLE DIVORCE
NASL, commissioner Peterson part ways

Only three days after announcing it will return in 2017, the North American Soccer League Monday announced that it has parted ways with commissioner Bill Peterson.


January 9, 2017
FORWARD DISCOVERY
Union sign English striker Jay Simpson

CHESTER, Pa. -- Philadelphia Union has signed forward Jay Simpson, the team announced Monday. Simpson, a Discovery Signing, played for Leyton Orient last season, totaling 25 goals in 45 league games.


January 8, 2017
CATCH THE DRAFT
NWSL draft on Facebook, YouTube Thursday

The National Women's Soccer League will live stream its college Draft via Facebook and YouTube Thursday at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention in Los Angeles.


January 6, 2017
PROVISIONAL STATUS TIMES TWO
U.S. Soccer grants both NASL, USL D-2 standing

Both the North American Soccer League and United Soccer League have a year to get their respective houses in order.


January 6, 2017
LIKE FATHER ...
Ian Harkes named MAC Hermann Trophy winner

ST. LOUIS -- Wake Forest midfielder Ian Harkes became the first son of a MAC Hermann Trophy winner to capture the award, it was announced during a ceremony during the Missouri Athletic Club banquet Friday night.


January 6, 2017
MLS INFORMER
Vegas wants back into MLS expansion race

Las Vegas’ hopes of getting an MLS team were put on hold nearly two years ago when Commissioner Don Garber said Sin City wouldn’t be considered “until after 2018." Two years until the start of 2019, Las Vegas is moving to re-enter the race.


January 5, 2017
BROTHERLY SIGNING
Union adds Dutch defender Wijnaldum

CHESTER, Pa. -- The Philadelphia Union have signed Dutch defender Giliano Wijnaldum, the team announced Thursday.


January 5, 2017
CAMP NEWCOMERS
Arena calls in Frei, Manneh for USMNT

U.S. Men's National Team coach Bruce Arena has called in 32 players, including the Vancouver Whitecaps’ Gambia-born forward Kekuta Manneh, for training camp starting Tuesday in Carson, Calif.


January 4, 2017
JANUARY CAMP
Amy Rodriguez returns to USWNT

U.S. Women's National Team coach Jill Ellis has selected six uncapped players, plus FC Kansas City forward Amy Rodriguez, for a training camp roster at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 13-23.


January 3, 2017
THEY'RE ON TRACK
USMNT will make first stop in Chattanooga in February

The U.S. will play its final preparation match before 2018 World Cup qualifying resumes against Jamaica at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3 (FS1 and UniMas, UDN) on an artificial turf field in Chattanooga, Tenn., U.S. Soccer announced Tuesday.


December 29, 2016
MIDFIELD SUPPORT
Riverhounds sign Fitzpatrick, Souto

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have signed midfielders Ben Fitzpatrick and Victor Souto to one-year deals, the team announced Thursday.


December 29, 2016
ONE-YEAR DEAL
Charlie Davies returning to Union

CHESTER, Pa. -- The Philadelphia Union have signed forward Charlie Davies to a one-year contract, the team announced Thursday.


December 28, 2016
HE'S TENURED
Riverhounds' Green returning for sixth season

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have re-signed midfielder Mike Green to a one-year deal with a club option for the 2018 season, the team announced Wednesday.


December 23, 2016
BELIEVE IT OR NOT?
French Federation says Philly, NJ, DC will host SheBelieves Cup

The French Football Federation just might have let the cat out of the bag before the official announcement as it released the dates and match-ups of the 2017 SheBelieves Cup tournament.


December 23, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Changing the whole guard

Curt Onalfo apparently won’t have to worry about hurting anybody’s feelings to make room for his own assistants at the LA Galaxy. According to one report (albeit on Twitter), Bruce Arena is taking his entire LA Galaxy staff (not counting Onalfo) with him to the U.S. national team.


December 21, 2016
VANCOUVER VISIT
Union 2017 season-opener announced

CHESTER, Pa. -- The Philadelphia Union will open its eighth MLS season with a visit to the Vancouver Whitecaps at 9:30 p.m. Sunday, March 5, the league announced Wednesday.


December 21, 2016
NEW CHALLENGE, NEW TEAM
U.S. international Julian Green joins Stuttgart

U.S. international forward Julian Green has found a new team. Stuttgart of 2.Bundesliga Wednesday announced the signing of Green from Bayern Munich to a three-year deal.


December 20, 2016
FRENCH CONNECTION
Alex Morgan skipping start of NWSL season to join Lyon

ORLANDO, Fla. -- U.S. Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan will play for Olympique Lyonnaise in France, then return to the Orlando Pride for the second half of the NWSL season.


December 19, 2016
GUNNING FOR A SIXTH CROWN
USMNT to play Gold Cup stage matches in Nashville, Tampa, Cleveland

he U.S. national team has been placed atop Group B for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup as it seeks its sixth confederation championship title.


December 16, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: JORGE GOMEZ SANCHEZ
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Temple senior midfielder Jorge Gomez Sanchez is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News men’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Men’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 16, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Two tracks

It was the most foreign of teams. It was the most American of teams.The patterns Atlanta and Minnesota have been going about stocking their rosters read like a Charles Dickens novel (OK, that’s a stretch for an analogy).


December 15, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: MIGUEL POLLEY
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Villanova junior midfielder Miguel Polley is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News men’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Men’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 15, 2016
RIVERHOUND ADDITIONS
Pittsburgh signs Arguez, Jamal Jack

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have signed midfielder Bryan Arguez and Trinidad & Tobago national team defender Jamal Jack to one-year contracts, including an option for the 2018 season, the team announced Thursday.


December 15, 2016
EXPANSION PLAN SET
MLS to grow to 28 teams; fee $150M for next 2 clubs

Major League Soccer seemingly has an insatiable appetite for growth. Following a board of governors meeting on Thursday, the league announced a timetable to grow to 28 teams, after announcing a year ago that was where the league was heading.


December 15, 2016
PLANNING AHEAD
Source: NASL hopes to have 8-10 teams in 2017

The North American Soccer League is making plans to go ahead with its 2017 season.

With talk and rumors that the league would merge with the United Soccer League, the NASL plans to have an 8-10 team league next year, according to a reliable soccer source.


December 14, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: CONNOR MALONEY
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Penn State senior forward Connor Maloney is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News men’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Men’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 14, 2016
ARENA ERA KICKOFF GAME
USMNT set for friendly with Serbia in San Diego

Bruce Arena’s first game in his second stint as U.S. Men's National Team coach will be against Serbia at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29 (ESPN2, Univision Networks).


December 13, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: DAKOTA MILLS
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Saint Joseph’s sophomore forward Dakota Mills is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News women’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 13, 2016
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
Tobin Heath, Ashley Sanchez earn U.S. Soccer awards

Tobin Heath has been named the U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year for the first time, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced Tuesday. Heath, known for her creativity and skillful style, gained 40 percent of the vote, ahead of Crystal Dunn (34 percent). UCLA-bound Ashley Sanchez (47 percent) finished ahead of Andi Sullivan (27 percent) to win Young Female Player of the Year.


December 13, 2016
MLS EXPANSION PICKS
Minnesota, Atlanta select five each

Atlanta United and Minnesota United FC conducted the 2016 MLS Expansion Draft Tuesday, with each team selecting five players.


December 12, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: VANESSA KARA
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Drexel sophomore Vanessa Kara is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News women’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 12, 2016
ON THE RADAR
Riverhounds sign Jamaican forward

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have signed Jamaican forward Kenroy Howell to a one-year deal with a team option for the 2018 season, the team announced Monday.


December 12, 2016
EXPOSED TO THE DRAFT
Union leave Carroll, Edu, Tribbett off protected list

CHESTER, Pa. -- Starters Brian Carroll and Ken Tribbett, plus former U.S. national team midfielder Mo Edu, were among the players left off the Expansion Draft protected list by the Philadelphia Union, the team announced Monday.


December 11, 2016
COLLEGE BOOT SPOTLIGHT: FRANNIE CROUSE
Meet the Candidates, and Vote!

Penn State junior forward Frannie Crouse is one of three nominees for the Philly Soccer News women’s college player of the year and the Soccer News Net Women’s College Boot, recognizing the national player of the year.


December 11, 2016
CHAMPIONSHIP REPLAY
Stanford Cardinal men take PK decision in NCAA final

HOUSTON -- The Stanford Cardinal won its second successive NCAA Men’s Championship, taking a penalty kicks victory over Wake Forest after the teams played to a 0-0 draw at BBVA Compass Stadium Sunday.


December 11, 2016
FUTURE MOVE
Union deals Kratz to Atlanta United

CHESTER, Pa. -- The Philadelphia Union have traded German midfielder Kevin Kratz to Atlanta United FC for a fourth round pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft.


December 10, 2016
THIRD TIME'S THE CHARM
Outplayed Sounders win MLS Cup over Toronto FC in pks

TORONTO -- The third time was the charm for Seattle Sounders FC Saturday night. Despite being outplayed for most of the match, the Sounders won their first Division 1 pro soccer title, outlasting Toronto FC in penalty kicks, 5-4, after playing 120 minutes of scoreless soccer to capture MLS Cup at before a capacity crowd of 36,045 at BMO Field.


December 10, 2016
SMALL IN STATURE, BIG IN IMPACT
Players like the Atomic Ant and El Topolino cast a giant shadow despite their height

TORONTO -- In soccer, bigger isn't always better. Sometimes that adage is spot on -- as big things do come from small packages and can cause some big headaches for opposing players.


December 10, 2016
CANCER FREE
MLS boss Garber says he is in great shape

TORONTO -- Don Garber says he feels great.

Two years after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, the Major League Soccer commissioner says he is cancer free.

"My health is great," Garber said at his state of the league address at the Intercontinental Hotel Friday afternoon. "I am a year cancer free.


December 9, 2016
THEY'RE HONORED
Altidore, Pulisic earn U.S. Soccer Player of the Year awards

Jozy Altidore has been named the Male Player of the Year and Christian Pulisic Young Male Player of the Year, U.S. Soccer announced Friday night.


December 9, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Safe to return?

With Jurgen Klinsmann no longer making player selections for the U.S. national team, maybe Brad Guzan feels it’s safe to return to Major League Soccer. One report quoting anonymous sources said the backup U.S. national team goalkeeper is “exploring a potential return.”


December 7, 2016
RETURNING RIVERHOUND
Leading scorer Hertzog set for 2017

PITTSBURGH -- Leading scorer Corey Hertzog will return to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds next season, the team announced Wednesday.


December 6, 2016
TOP OF THE HEAP
New York City FC's David Villa named MLS MVP

NEW YORK -- New York City FC striker David Villa was named MVP of Major League Soccer for the 2016 season Tuesday morning.


December 6, 2016
THEY WANT IN
Tampa Bay, Carolina to seek MLS franchises

While the North American Soccer League teeters on the brink of extinction, the Tampa Bay Rowdies and the newly re-branded North Carolina Football Club hope to join Major League Soccer in the future.


December 6, 2016
NO DECISION
U.S. Soccer board postpones D-2, D-3 sanctioning for 7-10 days

Well, so much for any resolution or grand news about the future of the North American Soccer League and the United Soccer Leagues.

The U.S. Soccer board of directors Tuesday postponed a decision on sanctioning or re-certification of Division 2 and Division 3 professional leagues in a meeting in New York.


December 5, 2016
LEAVING THE ISLANDERS
Defender Liam Doyle joins Swope Park Rangers

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The Harrisburg City Islanders have transferred defender Liam Doyle to the Swope Park Rangers, the team announced Monday.


December 5, 2016
MLS BEST XI
Andre Blake becomes second Union player to make team

Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake has been named to the MLS Best XI team, the league announced Monday.


December 4, 2016
THEY'RE FIGHTING ON
USC Trojans trip West Virginia, win second NCAA title

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The USC Trojans became the fourth multiple winner of the NCAA Women’s Championship, taking a 3-1 victory over No. 1-ranked West Virginia in the final before a 6,612 crowd at Avaya Stadium Sunday.


December 3, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Buying local

While expansion club Atlanta felt it needed to go all the way to Argentina for its coach, the MLS original LA Galaxy seems to think staying closer to home is a better bet.


December 2, 2016
THEY'RE IN THE RUNNING
Ellis, Lloyd on FIFA short lists for top coach, player

U.S. Women's National Team coach Jill Ellis and co-captain Carli Lloyd have been named to short lists for FIFA honors they won last year.



CALLING IT QUITS
Havertown's Sinead Farrelly retires

SEATTLE – Sinead Farrelly has announced her retirement from professional soccer. The Havertown, Pa., native spent four years in the National Women's Soccer League, but missed the entire 2016 season while on the injured list. She registered three goals and tallied two assists during her four years in the NWSL.


November 30, 2016
MLS PLAYOFF ROUNDUP
Toronto wins East in extra time, will host MLS Cup

TORONTO--Toronto FC scored on three of their four corner kicks in regulation, but needed overtime goals by Benoit Cheyrou and Tosaint Ricketts to pull away from the Montreal Impact and win Wednesday's second-leg Eastern Conference Final at packed and rainswept BMO Field.


November 29, 2016
MAC HERMANN TROPHY
Hatch, Sullivan head list of semifinalists

U.S. Women’s National Team members Ashley Hatch (BYU) and Andi Sullivan (Stanford) are among 30 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy award, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced Tuesday.


November 29, 2016
NOT SEMIFINAL TOUGH ENOUGH
U.S. women fall in U-20 World Cup semis to North Korea

Ri Hyang Sim scored a minute into extratime to North Korea to a 2-1 victory over the United States in the semifinals of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Tuesday.


November 27, 2016
MLS PLAYOFF ROUNDUP
Morris powers Seattle to Western Conference crown

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.-- MLS Rookie of the Year Jordan Morris scored the only goal Seattle Sounders FC needed to defeat the Colorado Rapids 1-0 Sunday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park and sail through to the MLS Cup Final by a 3-1 aggregate score.


November 25, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Life of the playoff party

Not that it will be a major surprise to the suits on Fifth Avenue or other close followers of the league, but if Major League Soccer really wants to make sure its playoff attendance numbers remain high, it needs to assure Seattle and Montreal are invited to the party.


November 25, 2016
COMEBACK KIDS
Late goals lift U.S over Mexico in quarterfinals of U-20 World Cup

The U.S. men might have experienced problems defeating their Mexico counterparts in a World Cup qualifying match Nov. 11, but don't tell that to the U.S. women's Under-20 side.


November 24, 2016
GONE FOR GOOD
Ex-Galaxy star Gerrard retires from soccer

Former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard, who left the LA Galaxy last week, is now leaving the game. On Thursday he announced his retirement from soccer.


November 23, 2016
MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
25 nominated for College Boot

Twenty-five of the nation's top men's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2015 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the men's college player of the year.


November 23, 2016
WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
32 Nominated for College Boot

Thirty two of the nation's top women's college soccer players have been named finalists for the 2016 Soccer News Net College Boot award, recognizing the women's college player of the year.


November 23, 2016
BUILDING IN PITTSBURGH
Riverhounds sign Banjo, Campbell

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have signed forward Kay Banjo and defender Shane Campbell to one-year deals with a club option for 2018, the team announced Wednesday.


November 22, 2016
MLS PLAYOFF ROUNDUP
Impact, Sounders seize advantage in Conference Finals

MONTREAL--Just when it looked like the Montreal Impact were going to run away with the first league of the Eastern Conference championship, Toronto FC came up with a pair of late road goals and trim the Impact's lead to 3-2 Tuesday night at sold-out Stade Olympique.


November 22, 2016
SOME ARENA FUTBOL
U.S. names Bruce Arena national coach to succeed Klinsmann

Bruce is back. LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena was named the new head coach of the U.S. national team Tuesday afternoon by U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati.


November 21, 2016
OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE OLD
Arena expected to replace Klinsmann

The tumultuous tenure and reign of error of Jurgen Klinsmann is over.

Klinsmann, the former World Cup winner with Germany, was fired as head coach and technical director Monday after the United States dropped its opening two matches of the CONCACAF hexagonal of World Cup qualifying.


November 21, 2016
YOU'RE FIRED!
Klinsmann out as MNT coach and technical director

CHICAGO - Jurgen Klinsmann has been relieved of his duties as head coach of the U.S. Men's National Team and Technical Director for U.S. Soccer.


November 19, 2016
MLS INFORMER
LA Supernova

First Nigel de Jong left. Then Steven Gerrard. Then Robbie Keane. Add eight-year associate head coach Dave Sarachan. And if speculation is right, Bruce Arena could soon follow to replace the as yet-to-be fired Juergen Klinsmann at the U.S. national team.


November 18, 2016
NO REPEAT
Nittany Lions knocked out by Virginia

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Penn State’s defense of its NCAA championship concluded with a 3-0 loss to No. 15-ranked Virginia in the second round of the tournament at Shaw Field Friday.


November 17, 2016
STAYING POWER
Pontius has a career year for Union

There was no magic formula for Chris Pontius which led to the midfielder scoring 12 goals and adding six assists this season. The MLS Comeback Player of the Year started strong, continued that way and ended on a torrid note. His hamstring surgery from 2014 was in the past.


November 17, 2016
BEST IN MLS
Union's Blake is Goalkeeper of the Year

NEW YORK, NY-- Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake has been named the 2016 Allstate Goalkeeper of the Year.


November 17, 2016
DOING ZIP
'Nova knocked out in NCAA debut

AKRON, Ohio -- Villanova’s debut appearance in the NCAA Men’s Championship concluded with a 2-0 loss to No. 24-ranked Akron at FirstEnergy Field Thursday night.


November 17, 2016
HE'S KEANE TO LEAVE
Robbie departs after leading Galaxy to three MLS Cup titles

Forward Robbie Keane will depart the LA Galaxy after helping the team win three MLS Cup titles, the team announced Thursday.


November 16, 2016
ALL THE WAY BACK
Union's Pontius is MLS Comeback Player of the Year

Chris Pontius’ stellar season can be traced to one basic principle. He avoided the injury bug. Pontius equaled his career high with 12 goals and added six assists on his way to winning the 2016 MLS Comeback Player of the Year Award.


November 15, 2016
MASSACRED
MNT routed at Costa Rica in WCQ

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- The United States has endured and experienced more than its share of problems, headaches and struggles in Costa Rica over the years. On Tuesday night, the Americans hit a new low.


November 15, 2016
LEAVING LA
Galaxy announce Gerrard departure

CARSON, Calif. -- Midfielder Steven Gerrard will not return to the LA Galaxy, the team announced Tuesday.


November 14, 2016
HOWARD'S END
Colorado, USMNT keeper out for rest of the season

The U.S. national team's loss has turned out to be the Colorado Rapids' as well. The Rapids announced Monday that goalkeeper Tim Howard will miss the rest of the Major League Soccer playoffs due to an injury he suffered in first half of the United States' 2-1 World Cup loss to Mexico Friday night.


November 14, 2016
MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Delaware Blue Hens' Guillermo Delgado

Delaware senior forward Guillermo Delgado has delivered spectacular performances in setting a school career scoring record. Delgado broke Mike Biggs’ mark with a two-goal output in a 3-2 extra time loss to No. 1-ranked Maryland Oct. 25.


November 14, 2016
WOMEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Penn State Nittany Lions' Charlotte Williams

Penn State’s defense of its NCAA Women’s Championship has been facing some difficult obstacles. Among the seniors the Nittany Lions lost were Hermann Trophy winner Raquel Rodriguez and Mallory Weber, who combined on the deciding score in a 1-0 win over Duke in the final, plus five players competing for the U.S. and one for Germany in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.


November 13, 2016
ROUTING ROMANIA
USWNT concludes calendar year unbeaten for first time since '13

CARSON, Calif. -- The U.S. Women’s National Team concluded the year with an unbeaten record for the first time since 2013, taking a 5-0 victory over Romania in a friendly match at the StubHub Center Sunday night.


November 13, 2016
CHAMPS AGAIN
Cosmos win third NASL title

QUEENS, New York –The New York Cosmos converted on four penalty kicks in the shootout to defeat Indy Eleven and capture the North American Soccer League Championship for the third time in four years, and second straight.


November 13, 2016
MLS INFORMER
Don't blame Trump for THIS anti-Americanism

The anti-Americanism in soccer is rarely uttered in public. The difficulty of U.S. players and coaches getting any respect – just because they're American – is palpable if not quotable. In the past two weeks, it's become far more glaring.


November 13, 2016
SIDELINED
Howard to miss Costa Rica match with adductor injury

U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard has been diagnosed with an injury to his right adductor suffered during the USA's 2-1 World Cup qualifying loss to Mexico in Columbus, Ohio Friday night.


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