Category Archives: College Soccer

California freshman midfield Eloi Vasquez reported missing

University of California freshman soccer player Eloi Vasquez has been reported missing, and he was last seen early Saturday morning. Continue reading »

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Dan Metzger poised to fulfill pro dream after shedding Red Bulls homegrown tag

Maryland midfielder Dan Metzger is poised to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional soccer player, but only after shedding his New York Red Bulls homegrown tag. Continue reading »

Posted in College Soccer, Major League Soccer | 22 Comments

Leo Stolz, Morgan Brian named winners of prestigious MAC Hermann trophy

UCLA’s Leo Stolz and Virginia’s Morgan Brian — two top prospects for next week’s pro drafts — won the 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy. Continue reading »

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Jordan Morris confirms he’s staying at Stanford

U.S. Men’s National Team forward Jordan Morris confirmed on Friday that he has decided to return to Stanford University for his junior season. Continue reading »

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MLS invites 9 more seniors to 2015 combine

MLS announced Wednesday that is has added nine more seniors to the list of invitees for the upcoming 2015 combine. Continue reading »

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Generation adidas update: MLS signs UCF forward Williams as first GA, Larin mulling offer, and more

MLS signed Romario Williams as the first member of the 2015 Generation adidas class. Here is a closer look at how the class is shaping up two weeks before the 2015 MLS Draft. Continue reading »

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The SBI 2014 MLS Draft Big Board (Version 1.0)

UConn striker Cyle Larin headlines the first SBI 2015 MLS Draft Big Board. Continue reading »

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Cavaliers defensive game plan played to perfection in win over UCLA

Virginia played a majority of the 110 minutes in their own defensive half, but they created a stonewall defense that UCLA was unable to breakdown. Continue reading »

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