Victor Quiroz earned a spot on the Major Arena Soccer League Team of the Week as a defender – though it could be argued it might have been more fitting had the veteran been honored at goalkeeper on the six-player honor squad.
University of Wisconsin midfielder Rose Lavelle is up for one of the U.S. Soccer Federation's top honors.
Three Wisconsin schools were among 51 nationwide to have both their boys and girls prep soccer teams earn the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award for the 2013-14 school year.
Check out all the state natives and players from Wisconsin teams who earned all-conference men's soccer accolades across the Midwest and the nation.
Wisconsin players and teams feature prominently in college women's all-conference teams across the Midwest and the nation.
The 2014 prep boys soccer honors teams from around the state. We'll add more teams as they become available.
Four months ago, Vuk Latinovich left Brookfield and moved to Belgrade, Serbia, to join the FK Brodarac youth academy.
After bringing teams from England and Germany to Breese Stevens Field the past two seasons, the Madison 56ers will play host to another European side next spring as they prepare for their 11th season in the National Premier Soccer League.
The Milwaukee Wave recorded the sixth shutout in franchise history Saturday night - even though they had to play a defender in goal for the final 25 minutes.
Hapoel Haifa striker Tosaint Ricketts (UW-Green Bay) and the Canadian national team closed out their 2014 schedule with a 0-0 draw against CONCACAF rival Panama in an international friendly Tuesday night in Panama City.
Nov. 28, 1912: Milwaukee's Caledonians beat host Belle City 4-0 in a Thanksgiving Day match in Racine. According to the Milwaukee Journal, Caledonians manager Robert Guthrie was "endeavoring to boost the English game in Milwaukee," and the team "gave a splendid exhibition of the possibilities of soccer" against Belle City. Guthrie also reportedly called his team "without a doubt, the best in the state." Two years later in 1914, Caledonians were one of the five founding members of the Wisconsin State Football Association; that organization was later renamed the Wisconsin Soccer Association