Sarah Hagen (Appleton North/UW-Milwaukee) earned her first cap for the U.S. women's national team on Friday -- and was in the middle of the attack right away.
The Madison 56ers Red Under-18 boys team had a great weekend at the U.S. Club Soccer National Premier Leagues Showcase in Henderson, Nev.
Patrick McLain (Eau Claire Memorial) has found a new team – and in the end, he didn't need to go very far to find it.
There might be snow covering the ground and cold temperatures throughout Wisconsin, but it's officially spring for the state's NCAA Division I soccer teams.
Defender Eric Pothast (Marquette) played the full 90 minutes in his professional debut as Ängelholms FF tied host Hammarby 0-0 in a Swedish Cup match Tuesday.
Prep girls soccer teams in Wisconsin can't start practicing until March 24 and the earliest date for games is April 1 – and that's assuming the weather cooperates – but a trio of state teams are already in state and regional rankings.
FC Wisconsin Eclipse had a successful run at the Elite Clubs National League Texas Showcase a few weeks ago in Fort Worth, with its three teams picking up results in six of a combined nine matches.
The draw for this summer's FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup in Canada was held Saturday in Montreal, and the U.S. team – which likely will include University of Wisconsin midfielder Rose Lavelle – landed in the toughest of the four groups.
Sarah Hagen (Appleton North/UW-Milwaukee) had a big night as Bayern Munich knocked off VfL Wolfsburg 3-1 in Frauen-Bundesliga play Wednesday in Germany.
Will the third time be the charm for Sarah Hagen (Appleton North/UW-Milwaukee)?
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March 10, 1991: George Pastor scored his league-record sixth shorthanded goal of the season with 3:49 remaining as the Milwaukee Wave stunned the Canton Invaders 10-8 in a National Professional Soccer League match watched by 6,378 at the Bradley Center. Jon Szczepanski (UW-Milwaukee) scored twice and Keith Fulk added two assists and sealed the victory with an empty-net goal with 3 seconds left for the Wave, who trailed the five-time league champion Invaders 8-2 in the third quarter but rallied to halt a five-game slide.