Grafton made a big jump in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association state polls released Monday, moving into the top spot in Division 3 on the strength of its perfect start to the season.
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Senior Brady Edler converted a penalty kick in the 86th minute as Fond du Lac topped Appleton Xavier 2-1 last Saturday at the Pewaukee Invitational, giving Cardinals coach Greg Winkler his 400th victory as a prep soccer coach.
Tosaint Ricketts (UW-Green Bay) will try to help the Canadian national team end its 16-game winless streak on Sept. 9 at BMO Field in Toronto.
Being ranked second in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association preseason boys polls turned out to be a good omen for three of the four teams that occupied the spot.
Sarah Hagen (Appleton North/UW-Milwaukee) is known as a goal scorer, but the striker can play a great pass, too.
The preseason accolades continue to roll in for a trio of college soccer players based in Milwaukee.
It's going to be difficult for the Merrill prep boys soccer team to top its first match under new coach Luis Mendoza.
Shannon Smyth (Mequon/Milwaukee DSHA) played the final 23 minutes as the Republic of Ireland topped visiting Slovenia 2-0 in a UEFA Women's World Cup qualifier Wednesday night in Dublin.
Aug. 28, 2004: Freshman Andre Francois (Brookfield East) had four goals and an assist and set an NCAA Division II record as the UW-Parkside men's team routed visiting Upper Iowa 11-0. Francois' first three goals came in a 2-minute, 52-second span in the 76th, 77th and 79th minutes – it's still the Division II mark for the fastest three consecutive goals by the same player. Francois finished the season with eight goals and six assists, then transferred to UW-Milwaukee to complete his college career.