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.
One of the newest members of the U.S. Soccer Federation's Referee Committee is one of Wisconsin's most distinguished referees.
The 2014 prep boys soccer season kicks off Tuesday, and hopefully scoreboard operators across the state got the memo about the new length of matches.
The University of Wisconsin women's team will get two of its top players back a little earlier than they had hoped.
Tosaint Ricketts (UW-Green Bay) made a great first impression with his new team.
The Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association announced its preseason state rankings – and last year's WIAA state qualifiers feature prominently.
Cara Walls (Wauwatosa East) scored in the opening 10 minutes and Genevieve Richard and Caitlyn Clem combined on the clean sheet as the University of Wisconsin shut out 15th-ranked Marquette 1-0 in a college women's exhibition match Thursday night at Valley Fields in Milwaukee.
A look at the recruiting classes for the state's NCAA Division I and II schools and commitments by state players to Division III, NAIA or out-of-state schools.
University of Wisconsin midfielder Rose Lavelle helped the U.S. advance to the quarterfinals of the FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup.
It's probably not a surprise, but Milwaukee Marquette heads into the 2014 season regarded as one of the top prep boys soccer teams in the nation.
Aug. 19, 2006: Jay DeMerit (Green Bay/Bay Port) came on at halftime of Watford's 2-1 loss to host Everton in a season opener in Liverpool, England, becoming the first Wisconsin native to appear in a Premier League match. The center back scored two goals in 32 appearances (29 starts) in the 2006-07 season for the Hornets (5-20-13), who were relegated back to the Championship for the following season.