College Soccer

Meet The Fraudulent NCAA Women’s Soccer National Runner-Up Who Never Actually Played Soccer

The college admissions bribery and cheating scandal that gave the U.S. a rare opportunity for everyone to come together in outrage last week isn’t a story that’s going away anytime soon, from the celebrities and college soccer coaches implicated to the state of college admissions in the country. 

College Soccer Coaches Indicted In Admissions Bribery Scheme Involving Wealthy, Famous Parents

A number of college soccer coaches have been indicted in the massive college admissions bribery and cheating scandal that became public Tuesday

13-Year-Old Olivia Moultrie Rewriting The Script For Women's Soccer By Turning Pro

In American men’s soccer, the path to turning pro has never been clearer. The MLS SuperDraft, the general means for college players to enter the league, has always been somewhat irrelevant, but now it’s by and large obsolete. Talent is coming through the league's Development Academies, where players are working year-round on the quest to becoming world-class, not unlike professionals themselves.

FC Cincinnati Calling A Timeout Before First Pick Is Everything You Need To Know About 2019 MLS Draft

With the first pick of the 2019 MLS Draft, FC Cincinnati takes … a timeout. 

As if you needed any more proof of the superfluous nature of the MLS SuperDraft these days, expansion club FC Cincinnati needed to take a timeout before making the first pick of the 2019 draft on Friday in Chicago — not to mention the quirk of even being able to call a timeout. 

Chicago Makes Obvious Choice With No. 1 Pick In NWSL College Draft

When Tierna Davidson made official her decision to forgo her senior season at Stanford and enter the 2019 NWSL College Draft days before the draft, it became pretty apparent who Chicago would take with the No. 1 pick.

According To The Philadelphia Union, The MLS SuperDraft Is Dead

As has been well-documented, the emergence of signing young international players with Targeted Allocation Money and the increased regularity of moving Homegrown Players up the ranks has made the MLS SuperDraft less meaningful than ever (not that signing a 22-year-old who’s spent the last four years playing a three-month long season was ever a recipe for success). That’s not to say that a few of the 2019 selections won’t contribute in meaningful ways, but it’s just that — a few.

A Farewell To Sigi Schmid, A Legend Of American Soccer

In an unexpected announcement, Sigi Schmid, an incredibly important figure in American soccer, passed away at the age of 65 on Tuesday. It was reported that he was admitted to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center due to a heart-related condition.

Akron’s Absurd 34-Pass Move That Ended The Stanford Soccer Dynasty

Stanford will not win a fourth straight NCAA men’s soccer title. Akron made sure of that with one of the most impressive team goals you will ever see.

Incredible Long-Range Strike Helps LSU Win SEC Title Over Arkansas

LSU became only the second seven-seed to ever win the SEC Women's Soccer Tournament after defeating Arkansas on penalties Sunday, punching their ticket to the NCAA tournament in the process.

After defeating Missouri in double overtime in the first round, LSU shocked 12th-ranked Tennessee on penalties to advance to the semifinals, where they then upset 17th-ranked South Carolina. 

This Is Exactly Why Catarina Macario Is The Best Player In Women’s College Soccer

The Stanford Cardinal women’s soccer program is at it again. The defending NCAA College Cup champion is the No. 1-ranked team in the land with an undefeated record of 15 wins and two ties. The Cardinal defeated No. 15 Colorado 7-0 on Oct. 21, and the side features the likes of Tierna Davidson (she’s been capped 12 times by the USWNT at the age of 20), 2017 Pac-12 All-Conference First Team selection Alana Cook and 2017 ESPNW Player of the Year Catarina Macario.