Coon Rapids girls’ soccer (5-3-1) has three losses on its schedule, two against teams ranked in the latest state coaches association poll, but it’s a lack of scoring that has coach Jeff DeJoy concerned.
About midway thought the season and coach Paul Anderla has the Anoka girls’ soccer team 2-3-0 (3-5-0 overall) and in sixth place in the Northwest Suburban Conference.
Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony started the boys’ soccer season with three wins and two ties but back-to-back losses against high quality opponents, Benilde-St. Margaret’s (2-1 on Sept. 10) and Mounds View (4-0 on Sept. 14) gave the Panthers a dose of reality before hitting the busiest part of their schedule.
Seventh-ranked Blaine boys’ soccer handed sixth-ranked Anoka a bit of an upset by a 3-1 score at Bengals Stadium Tuesday night.
Coming off a near month-long NASL break, Minnesota United looks to get back on the winning track and regain their NASL form against the Spring Season Champion, Atlanta Silverbacks – the team that clinched the Spring Season crown on United’s home field back in the Spring Season finale on July 4th.
Through the weekend and opening day of the 29th annual Schwan’s USA CUP the competition has been fierce. Conditions have been seasonably warm with an equally strong passion from the global soccer community.
The 29th edition of USA CUP, the biggest youth soccer tournament in the western hemisphere, is upon us again.
Minnesota United FC ended the spring season with a less than sparkling 3-0 loss to Atlanta in its return to the National Sports Center Stadium on the Fourth of July in front of an announced crowd of 6,507.
Minnesota United FC’s Dark Clouds supporters section summed up the collective feelings inside the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome with its song “All we are saying is score us a goal” in the 53rd minute to the tune of John Lennon’s anti-war protest song, “Give Peace A Chance.”