November 27, 2014 FROM THE WINGS
Heaps figures out a way to build a winner
Jay Heaps certainly didn't have the credibility that Steve Nicol did when he got the job as manager of the New England Revolution. An MLS Rookie of the Year Award, along with U.S. Open Cup and North American “Superliga” titles as a player with the Revs, doesn't stack up against five English first-division league championships and a European cup crown with Liverpool.
November 27, 2014 MLS INFORMER
Contract season has begun
The annual MLS player contract game has begun with three clubs announcing whose options they're not picking up, including some recognizable names like Edson Buddle, Marvelle Wynne, Omar Cummings, Andy Gruenebaum and Sal Zizzo.
November 25, 2014 HANDING OUT THE HONORS
MLS awards defender, referee and humanitarian of the year
NEW YORK--- Seattle Sounders FC defender Chad Marshall been named Major League Soccer's 2014 Defender of the Year. In addition, Mark Geiger has been named Referee of the Year. Paul Scott picked up the Assistant Referee of the Year award. Los Angeles Galaxy defender AJ DeLaGarza was selected as humanitarian of the year.
November 23, 2014 MOVING ON
Notre Dame men top OSU 2-1, advance to round of 16
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Brandon Aubrey and Jon Gallagher scored to lead the Notre Dame men’s soccer team to a 2-1 win over Ohio State. Notre Dame advances to the round of 16 and will host No. 16 seed Virginia (11-6-2) November 30th.
November 23, 2014 OUTPLAYED
Cal tops SIUE 1-0
BERKELEY, Calif. –SIU Edwardsville dropped a 1-0 decision to No. 15 seed California Sunday, ending its NCAA Tournament run. Cal’s Bobby Sekine tallied a 71st minute goal, which proved to be enough.
November 23, 2014 TOO MUCH TO HANDLE
Texas A&M ends Notre Dame's run with 2-1 loss
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. – Kelley Monogue proved to be too much for the Notre Dame women’s soccer team to handle. Monogue scored two goals to lead Texas A&M to a 2-1 win over Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament action. UND ends the season at 14-6-2.
November 23, 2014 MLS ROUNDUP
Revs, Galaxy take first legs
HARRISON, NJ--The New England Revolution achieved everything they needed to in New Jersey on Sunday afternoon, taking a decisive 2-1 lead in their two-game Eastern Conference Championship series with the New York Red Bulls.
November 23, 2014 FALLING AT HOME
IU men drop 2-1 decision to Xavier
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – You win some. You lose some. Sunday afternoon, the luck swung in favor of the Xavier Musketeers, as they topped Indiana men’s soccer team 2-1. Xavier advanced to the third round for the first time in club history.