Monthly Archives: June 2014

Salisbury leads CAC with 187 named to All-Academic Team

YORK, Pa. – Salisbury University student-athletes continue to excel both in competition and in the academic realm as the Capital Athletic Conference announced its 2013-14 All-Academic Team and Salisbury had the highest number of qualifiers, with 187 students earning the achievement. … Continue reading

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SPIRIT DEFEAT DASH

SPIRIT DEFEAT DASH 1-0 ON THE ROAD BOYDS, MD. (June 29, 2014) – The Washington Spirit broke a three game losing streak last night with a 1-0 victory over the Houston Dash. Jodie Taylor’s goal mid way through the second half … Continue reading

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Batsios Named Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach

CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Washington College head men’s soccer coach Roy Dunshee has announced the hiring of Tom Batsios as an assistant coach for the team. Batsios spent the last two years as an assistant coach with the University of Illinois Springfield … Continue reading

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MARYLAND MAJOR SOCCER LEAGUE SPRING 2014 ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS ANNOUNCED

The Maryland Major Soccer League announces its spring 2014 All-League teams as voted by league managers. Pipeline Soccer Club, who completed the regular season 9-0-0 with 48 goals for and only 8 goals against, dominated the All-League 1st team as they placed six players. Frederick … Continue reading

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SPIRIT TAKE HARD HIT FROM THORNS

BOYDS, MD. (June 22, 2014) – After a lengthy road trip, the Washington Spirit were rudely welcomed home with a 6-1 defeat to the Portland Thorns. The loss was the Spirit’s third in a row. This has been a trying time … Continue reading

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College Coaches Tab UMBC Senior Fullback Oumar Ballo

One of Nation’s Top Players in 2014 Long Beach, CA – College soccer coaches have recognized UMBC senior back Oumar Ballo (Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley/CCBC-Essex) as one of the nation’s top players entering the 2014 season. Top Drawer Soccer turned the floor … Continue reading

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Group G Preview: Germany

Germany was hardly troubled in qualifying as they secured nine victories from ten fixtures, scoring the most goals of any side in European competition with thirty six, on their way to topping their group and securing automatic qualification to Brazil.  … Continue reading

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Group D Preview: England

You could almost see the storm clouds gathering and the gloom, despair, and fear building in every England fan.  Despite an undefeated qualifying campaign, the Three Lions were still left without an automatic bid to Brazil and were about to … Continue reading

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Group B Preview: Australia

Things are a little different this time around for Australia.  After qualifying for South Africa with two games to spare, they were left to the final day of qualifying and late goal against Iraq before finally sealing their passage to … Continue reading

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Group G Preview: USA

After losing their first game of World Cup qualifying on the road at Honduras, the United States proceeded to earn points in seven of their remaining nine qualifiers, scoring 15 goals while conceding only 8, to finish in first place … Continue reading

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