Waukesha Catholic Memorial junior Emily Cervantes, the two-time reigning Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Player of the Year, suffered a knee injury while playing a club match for Elm Grove SC last weekend in Illinois.
Through the first three rounds of this year's WIAA boys soccer tournament, higher-seeded teams have won 85 percent of the 191 matches.
Two state players saw their teams' run at the CONCACAF Women's Championship come to an end Monday night in Washington, D.C.
All three home teams were victorious in Saturday's openers of the 2015 U.S. Adult Soccer Association Wisconsin Werner Fricker Open Cup.
Two more state titles – and berths in next summer's U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships – were awarded earlier this month as the fall girls divisions of the Wisconsin State Championships wrapped up at Milwaukee's Uihlein Soccer Park.
Two players with state ties are looking to help their national teams earn berths in next year's Women's World Cup – and even though both players were born in the U.S., they're playing for their parents' homelands and not the red, white and blue.
Ethan Finlay (Marshfield) came up with another big goal for the Columbus Crew.
The state high school soccer tournaments will remain at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee for the foreseeable future.
The panel of voters on the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association boys state polls didn't shake up too much in the final rankings of the 2014 season.
Seeding meetings across the state wrapped up on Wednesday, and the WIAA released the brackets for its 33rd annual boys soccer tournament later that evening.
Oct. 13, 1995: The University of Wisconsin blanked Indiana 2-0 in front of 2,470 fans at the McClimon Complex in Madison – still the largest crowd for a men's match at the stadium. It was the sixth straight victory for the Badgers, who went on to win the national championship that season. But UW wouldn't beat the Hoosiers again for 16 years, with a 2-0 win on Oct. 2, 2011, ending a 19-game winless streak in the series (0-17-2).