The top two teams in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Division 1 state poll faced off Wednesday night, and it looked like the early-season showdown between Milwaukee DSHA and host Menomonee Falls was headed for overtime.
This week's Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association girls state polls look a lot like the ones released last week.
The U.S. Futsal national team, led by former Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer, will return to England in June to defend its Four Nations Tournament title.
Tosaint Ricketts (UW-Green Bay) was the hero for Bucaspor on Sunday, as his 79th-minute goal gave the Turkish club a 2-1 victory over visiting Orduspor that ended a six-game losing streak.
The Bavarian SC Under-13 boys team went 1-1-1 on its trip to Spain, beating Escuela Movilla 3-1 on Friday in the final match of the tour.
The proposed "multiplier" rule won't go into effect for WIAA tournaments in the 2014-15 school year, but the differences between public and private school athletics in Wisconsin high schools will remain a hot topic for at least the next year.
The Madison 56ers will have a new home field, a new regional set-up and new opponents during their fifth season in the Women's Premier Soccer League.
The same four teams that entered the Wisconsin Open Cup last fall entered this spring's state Amateur Cup. But the two sides that made the Open Cup final – and have contested most of the recent state cup finals – were drawn together.
Racine Prairie School has split its first six matches of the prep girls season, but still ascended to the top spot in this week's Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Division 4 state poll.
Taylor Diem (Middleton) and Eccleshill United are finishing a successful season in the Northern Counties East First Division – they're 21-9-9, good for 72 points and seventh place in the 22-team league in England's 10th Division with three matches left. But Eccleshill United has really excelled in cup competitions.
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April 22, 2010: Goalkeeper Matt Pyzdrowski (Marquette) made his professional debut, coming on to play the final 11 minutes in the Portland Timbers' 3-0 victory over AC St. Louis in a U.S. Soccer Federation Division-2 Pro League match. Pyzdrowski would leave the Timbers following the season – the club moved up to Major League Soccer in 2011, while the keeper signed with Ängelholms FF and is in his fourth season with the Swedish second-division club.
Ashley Handwork scores late as Marquette women close out spring schedule with 1-0 win over Mexico Under-20 national team in South Bend, Ind.