A New York Soccer Hall of Fame coach from Naples, N.Y., apparently passed away during a high school practice Thursday.
WHEC-TV in Rochester, N.Y., reported the story Thursday afternoon.
A New York Soccer Hall of Fame coach from Naples, N.Y., apparently passed away during a high school practice Thursday.WHEC-TV in Rochester, N.Y., reported the story Thursday afternoon.
To report a recent commitment, e-mail Sheldon.Shealer@espn.com.The following players have been added to the ESPNHS verbal commitment lists since Sunday:Class of 2013 NCAA Division IJohn Ryan Albiston (Va.
ESPNHS has compiled the most complete list of boys' soccer coaches with 500-plus boys' soccer victories. This list is current through the 2012 season. Coaches in bold are still active:845, Terry Michler, Christian Brothers College (St.
The ESPNHS spring state rankings were released every Monday throughout the spring season. The final POWERADE FAB 50 ranking appears on Tuesday.NOTES: The spring season includes the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.
Region IV covers more ground than any other region, stretching from New Mexico to Montana, from Colorado to Hawaii. Next week, more than 200 teams from across the west meet in Phoenix for the US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships.
Last year, New Mexico Rush Nike beat Sereno 2-1 in the semifinals and went on to win Region IV. The year before that, Sereno had the upper hand, winning the semifinal match 1-0 over their New Mexico counterparts.
One of the best rivalries in all of youth soccer is between two teams that are over 1,000 miles away. Albion SC out of San Diego and Eastside FC out of eastern Washington know each other very well and they both have resumes full of accomplishments.
The Scottsdale Blackhawks know the phrase “close but no cigar.” They know it all too well. Last year, the Blackhawks were one win away from winning the National League and earning a berth in the US Youth Soccer National Championships, but they dropped the final game of the season to FC Dallas and fell to third.
As defending Regional and National Champions, the Fullerton Rangers know that everyone is watching them. They know they’re the team to beat, they know that expectations are high, and they know they’re defending a title.
Region III spreads from North Carolina to Texas, and this week more than 200 of the region’s best teams converge in Greenville, S.C., for the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships.
Everyone’s heard the old adage: defense wins championships. If the old adage is true, Concorde Fire seems to be a good bet for the Under-15 age group of this weekend’s US Youth Soccer Region III Championships.
One is from North Carolina, one is from South Carolina. One is a brand new club, the other just won their fourth consecutive state cup. One is highlighted by national team players, the other boasts a balanced attack with no one sparkplug.
Tampa Bay United Premier coach Scotty Moniz wasted no time voicing his thoughts on his team’s grouping for the 2012 US Youth Soccer Region III Championships: “It’s the group of death.
In the changing landscape of Florida club soccer, one thing remains constant: this Florida Rush Nike squad is a national competitor. The team that won last year’s Region III Championship also won this year’s Region III East Premier League, and heads into Greensville, S.
RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Weekend RecapGoalkeeper Andrew Harris was not used to being in this position.Just 15 minutes into Sunday's game against NJSA, his under-17/18 Baltimore Bays Chelsea trailed 2-0 against the fifth place squad in East Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Division.
RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Bays extend undefeated streak to 20 matchesHighlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:Under-15/16sEast ConferenceSATURDAY: Mawolo Gissie scored twice as the New England Revolution tied Oakwood SC 2-2.