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  • Crofton native Kyle Beckerman, four ex-Terps named to provisional U.S. World Cup squad

    Crofton native Kyle Beckerman, four ex-Terps named to provisional U.S. World Cup squad
    Crofton native Kyle Beckerman and former Terps stars Omar Gonzalez, Clarence Goodson, Graham Zusi, and Maurice Edu were all named Monday to the United States’ 30-man provisional roster ahead of next month’s World Cup in Brazil. Manager...
  • Notebook: PPL Park to host 2013 MLL Championship Weekend

    Notebook: PPL Park to host 2013 MLL Championship Weekend
    PPL Park in Chester, Pa., will host the 2013 Major League Lacrosse Championship Weekend, sources confirmed to Inside Lacrosse today. The news comes on the day of the MLL Collegiate Draft in downtown Philadelphia and just days before the league is set to...
  • Hoyas' remarkable run ends in College Cup final

    As the Indiana players hooted and hollered at midfield, celebrating a 1-0 victory over Georgetown on Sunday for their eighth NCAA men's soccer championship, the Hoyas began to come to terms with the end of a wondrous season. Goalkeeper Tomas Gomez...
  • PPL Park to host ACC men's tournament in 2014 and 2015

    PPL Park to host ACC men's tournament in 2014 and 2015
    PPL Park in Chester, Pa., will host the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s lacrosse tournament in 2014 and 2015, the conference announced Wednesday. It will mark the first time in eight years that the tournament has been held at a neutral site. The...
  • UMBC senior star hopes to pass on winning legacy

    In the first game of his senior year at UMBC, Andrew Bulls etched his name into the record books as the school's all-time assist leader. By the end of the season, he wants to leave even more at UMBC. "This is my last year, and I really want to leave...
  • D.C. stadium stalemate frustrates MLS commissioner

    Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber expressed frustration over D.C. United's stadium stalemate Thursday in his annual state-of-the-league address, furthering speculation that the club might soon be on the move. "We have to aggressively figure a...
  • U.S. still isn't a 'soccer nation'

    Asking whether the United States is now a "soccer nation," which has become a timely if peculiar fascination during the excitement of the World Cup, is like asking if the U.S. is a "broccoli nation." Soccer is consumed here regularly; fervidly by some,...
  • Will soccer fans outnumber football followers in the U.S.?

    Will soccer fans outnumber football followers in the U.S.?
    Ed Csongradi had waited most of his 79 years to see this: About 8,000 people showed up in Bethlehem last week to watch the U.S. soccer team defeat Ghana in the opening round of the World Cup. Eight thousand people. For soccer! "In 1994, I went...
  • Newsmaker Q&A: Curt Mosel, ArtsQuest marketing VP

    SteelStacks is hosting a viewing party for World Cup Brazil soccer games, including USA vs. Ghana on Monday and USA vs. Portugal next Sunday. In all, 26 games will air on an outdoor screen at ArtsQuest's Town Square in south Bethlehem through June 22....
  • Fricker played key role in growth of US soccer

    There was a time a brief and crucial time when the big decisions involving soccer in this country were made in a Bucks County, Pa., office complex. On the list of important figures in U.S. soccer history, there's a place at the head table for a housing...
  • World Cup fever coming to SoccerFest in Bethlehem

    World Cup fever coming to SoccerFest in Bethlehem
    USA soccer team star Michael Bradley dribbles by Ghana defenders, passes to midfielder Clint Dempsey. Dempsey shoots and … GOALLLLLLLLLLLL! The crowd goes wild. That's the energy and excitement that organizers of the FIFA World Cup SoccerFest...
  • Bethlehem Steel's storied past in soccer

    Bethlehem Steel's storied past in soccer
    They called him Whitey, a fair-haired Scotsman who played for a soccer team of "old country cracks." With a skillful dribble and deadly aim, the 26-year-old winger was the last chance in 1916 for the Bethlehem Steel Football Club to claim its second...