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Watch FA Women’s Super League Soccer Live

Watch FA Women’s Super League Soccer Live: Meet The next NFL draft who will best play as soon as this yr. jewel for the next NFL draft who best … Teams from institution of five leagues like Air force, Boise nation, … Florida, and was a football and tune big name for Southwest … All through sport weeks, Lance studies hours of tapes as part of his guidance.

The NFL strength rankings on the give up of Week 5

Concluding Week 5 of the 2020 normal season, we overview the … In reality it’s far a component to keep in mind for the ESPN NFL energy scores. Additionally, it is well worth noting that there is a new crew on the top, … Russell Wilson raises the bar for everyone else on the … Roster.

Cowboys: Mike McCarthy and his gamers apprehend protecting function against Browns

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Stanford soccer star gets U.S. citizenship, looks to national team

Stanford senior Catarina Macario announced that she has become a U.S. citizen, a major step toward playing for the women’s national soccer team.

Macario is a two-time reigning college player of the year who was born in Brazil. Many soccer analysts expect her to become the next major world star.

She received her first invitation to a U.S. women’s national team camp Thursday but cannot represent America until getting approval from FIFA, soccer’s international governing body.

“There is still a ways to go to play for the USA but I am filled with love and eternal gratitude for my family, my teammates, my coaches and trainers and so many others who have been part of my journey,” Macario said in a Twitter post late Thursday.

She has 63 goals and 47 assists in 68 games for Stanford, which has won two College Cup titles with Macario. The fall season has

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Jill Ellis and U.S. Soccer Announce Coaching Mentorship Program

She described FIFA’s program and U.S. Soccer’s new one as important ways for women, especially coaches at the top of the game, like her, to walk the walk of supporting a new generation. “We sit on top,” she said, “and we have a responsibility here.”

Ellis knows the hurdles female coaches face: the ballooning costs of a coaching education, for one — the courses to obtain a pro license, the top level in the United States, now cost about $10,000, and the next step down is about half that — but there are also child care and family responsibilities, which regularly fall harder on women. For those reasons, many women say, their progress as coaches has lagged behind the waves of growth and investment in the women’s game over all.

The daughter of a soccer coach and the sister of another, Ellis, 54, has dedicated her professional life to teaching

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U.S. Soccer, Jill Ellis announce mentorship program for more women coaches

Jill Ellis never left soccer, she just shifted focus.

The two-time World Cup-winning coach with the U.S. national team has turned her attention to making sure other women can pursue coaching careers in a sport where female coaches are rare.

After Ellis stepped down as coach of the national team last year, U.S. soccer announced it would endow an annual scholarship in her name to support female candidates pursuing elite coaching licenses.

On Tuesday, U.S. Soccer also announced the SheChampions Mentorship Program, designed to support women in the two top licensing courses.

Ellis said the idea is to create a community.

“As I look back on my journey, every female coach has gone it alone, so to speak. There’s been very few opportunities to be in a room, or be on a coaching license course, with other women,” Ellis said. “So I think that the idea of this

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Boston College Women’s Soccer Blanked 2-0 in Season Opener Against Notre Dame

The Boston College women’s soccer club began their brief 2020 campaign Thursday night against ACC foe Notre Dame in a very rainy South Bend, IN.  The Eagles coming off an 8-8-2 and season last year had a brutal end to their 2019 season winning just one of their last ten matches.  With all eight of their losses last year coming in the ACC this Boston College women’s soccer club is looking to change what happened a year ago.

For the home squad, Notre Dame’s season didn’t exactly end they way they wanted it to either. The Fighting Irish won four of their last ten before bowing out in the ACC quarterfinals to UNC.  Though Notre Dame did manage a win in the first round of the national tournament against St. Louis before losing to South Carolina.

Notre Dame came into this matchup with two matches already under their belt going

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Brunswick girls soccer opens new-look season in style

Morse’s Hailie Johnson throws the ball in during a game against Brunswick on Friday night. Eli Canfield/The Times Record

BRUNSWICK—High school soccer games will look a bit different this season, with several different rule modifications.

This was on display Friday night, when the Brunswick girls soccer team upended Morse 4-0 in the season opener for both teams.

Some of the noticeable changes included limits on players in the penalty box on corner kicks (five for each side). Furthermore, players received hydration and sanitizing breaks midway through each half.

None of the changes mattered to the players and coaches.

“It was fantastic (to get back out there),” said Brunswick coach Martyn Davison.

“I’m so happy for every single one of these kids, they deserve it,” added Morse coach Branden Noltkamper.

The Dragons jumped out to a quick lead with a goal from Layne Brewer with just under 10 minutes into the

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