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A pair of Wisconsin teams will play in Tuesday's semifinals at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships in Westfield, Ind., and they're in the same division.

Dan Montanye

College notes: Mukwonago's Montanye makes move to Michigan

06/27/2016, 5:45pm CDT
By ERIC ANDERSON

For the second straight offseason, Dan Montanye (Mukwonago/UW-Whitewater) has been named coach at an NCAA Division III men's soccer program.

The nation's top men's amateur soccer teams are headed to Wisconsin.

James "C" Nortey (Marquette) closed out his very brief first season as a professional soccer player in the best way possible.

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Milwaukee DSHA goalkeeper Myszewski leads WSCA all-state team

06/23/2016, 11:30pm CDT
By ERIC ANDERSON

Milwaukee DSHA was unbeaten in 20 matches against state foes this year, allowing just six goals in those games, and Olivia Myszewski was a big reason for that.

Brady Dessart scored both goals as East Troy's SC43 Inferno topped Kansas' SBV Tottenham 2-1 on Saturday to earn a spot in the boys Under-13 final at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Presidents Cup in Westfield, Ind.

Madison United honored the late Keith Binns on Friday night in a fashion that would have thrilled their founder.

Seventeen Wisconsin teams learned their group schedules for the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships, which start Friday in Westfield, Ind.

The U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Presidents Cup kicked off Thursday in Westfield, Ind., with seven Wisconsin teams compiling a 3-3-1 record in opening matches.

The Madison Soccer Association will crown its 2015-16 champions Friday night on Goodman Pitch at Verona's Reddan Soccer Park, with the potential for repeat champions in each of the league's two divisions.

TODAY IN WISCONSIN SOCCER HISTORY

Borussia Dortmund logo 1950s

May 14

05/14/2016, 12:00am CDT
By ERIC ANDERSON

May 14, 1954: Hans Flügel and Alfred Priessler had two goals apiece as Borussia Dortmund dropped Fortuna Düsseldorf 6-2 in a friendly between German sides watched by 5,705 at Milwaukee County Stadium. Fortuna, which won 6-0 when the teams met two weeks earlier in New York, tied it at 2 before Dortmund pulled away. Media reports indicated organizers were disappointed with the crowd; the most expensive ticket cost $3.30 and students were admitted for 50 cents.

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