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 24, 2014 A&M EARNS NSCAA ACADEMIC AWARD
Aggie women carry 3.21 team GPA
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. - Texas A&M has been recognized for the scholastic record of its women's soccer team as the Aggies have been awarded one of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the the 2013-14 academic year.
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 22, 2014 MLS SUNDAY
Conference finals begin
Two teams at the top of their games vie for the MLS East championship beginning Sunday, when the New England Revolution take on the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena.
November 21, 2014 LONGHORNS FALL TO IRISH
Late goal ends Texas season
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. – Despite a valiant Texas (11-8-4) effort on a rainy, gray Friday afternoon at Ellis Field, a goal by Karin Muya at the 86-minute mark completed a Notre Dame (14-5-2) comeback as the No. 12 Fighting Irish rallied past the Longhorns in NCAA second-round action, 2-1.