The Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association has long honored the state's top boys and girls soccer players each season with its all-state teams. Now the organization also will recognize players' academic and athletic achievements.
Sarah Hagen (Appleton North/UW-Milwaukee) opened the scoring as FC Kansas City held off host Sky Blue FC 3-2 in its National Women's Soccer League regular season finale Wednesday night in Piscataway Township, N.J.
Tosaint Ricketts (UW-Green Bay) joined up with his Canadian national teammates Monday to open a training camp ahead of their CONCACAF World Cup third-round qualifying series against Belize, which starts Friday at BMO Field in Toronto.
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Tony Walls (Wauwatosa East/UW-Green Bay) and the Rochester Rhinos have been the USL's top team all season, and on Saturday night they became the first team to clinch a playoff berth.
After her All-American season last fall, Rose Lavelle was right back at it as the University of Wisconsin women's soccer team opened a new year last weekend.
Three of the four defending WIAA state champions will start the 2015 prep boys season ranked atop their respective divisions.
The Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association is again offering youth players the chance to meet and have lunch with U.S. women's national team legend Abby Wambach as it raises funds for the TOPSoccer and Soccer Across America programs.
Alverno College turned to an experienced coach to take over its women's soccer program, hiring Richard Drake as the ninth coach in Flames history last month.
Aug. 30, 2013: Declan Rodriguez scored in the opening minute and Austin Toth (Milwaukee Pius) scored the game-winner in the 27th as UW-Milwaukee upset No. 12 Marquette 2-1 to claim the Milwaukee Cup in front of 3,312 at Engelmann Stadium – the largest crowd for a college men's soccer game in state history. Toth, who transferred to UW-Milwaukee after three years at DePaul, tracked Rami Younes' bouncing cross from the right side and fired first-time for what proved to be the lone goal of his one-year Panthers career. It was UW-Milwaukee's first win over a ranked opponent in nearly eight years. Watch highlights