The Milwaukee School of Engineering men's soccer team had the best season in its 32-year history this fall, recording a program-record 17 victories and earning its first NCAA Division III tournament berth.
Two Wisconsin teams won their respective groups at the Capital Area Soccer League Boys College Showcase last weekend in North Carolina.
In 2010 and '11, Patrick Hodan and Logan Andryk helped Milwaukee Marquette win WIAA Division 1 boys soccer state championships.
Three players who helped the Maranatha Baptist men's soccer team win its first National Christian College Athletic Association Division II national title last month earned spots on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American team.
After spending the past four years with the Rochester Rhinos, J.C. Banks (Milwaukee Riverside/UW-Green Bay) will remain in the Midwest to continue the outdoor portion of his professional soccer career.
Peter Raymonds added another prestigious honor to his soccer resume.
Tony Walls (Wauwatosa East/UW-Green Bay) and J.C. Banks (Milwaukee Riverside/UW-Green Bay) are in their second season as indoor teammates with the Milwaukee Wave and played together with the Rochester Rhinos last summer.
Trinity International (Ill.) forward Samantha Yasatan (Racine Case) continues to reap the rewards for her record-breaking season.
It took the Milwaukee Wave a little while to settle in on their new all-black field Saturday night.
Six women with Wisconsin ties were named All-Americans on Friday, as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced its NCAA Division I, II and III honor teams.
Dec. 19, 1954: Otto Greilinger scored from 20 yards out on the hour mark as Milwaukee Sport Club held off AAC Eagles 1-0 in a National Challenge Cup Western Region match at Winnemac Park in Chicago. A crowd of 1,500 "stunned but impressed fans," according to the Milwaukee Journal, watched the first-year club pull off the upset when Greilinger took a pass from Karl Reeb and his shot got just under the crossbar and found the net. Sport Club advanced to play St. Louis Simpkins Ford in the regional semifinals of the tournament, which is now known as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.