Ursuline Wins Footprints Match, Ready to Challenge in Class 3

On Friday the St Dominic Crusaders visited Ursuline for the Fifth annual Footprints match, a Benefit Game to raise awareness and funds for the Footprints Program at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. PHOTO GALLERY – St Dominic at Ursuline For the first time in the five years of the event, the Bear’s came away […]

Pro Level Soccer Camp Headed for Lindenwood

A new Soccer Camp will make it’s debut at Lindenwood University in July. Featuring a 5 Day Residential camp, targeted to U14-U19 players, the Camp Coaches will all have EPL experience. Run by The Scholarship Company, an organization that helps place British players at American colleges, established relationships that will draw those Coaches to the […]

The Sunday Round Up – HS Goal of the Year begins

The Sunday Round Up, a new effort, will provide a look back at items of interest that you may have missed. I love hearing about first varsity goals, sharing video of quality goals, setting records and stories outside our area that enhance our understanding of the game. They’ll come primarily from Twitter and Facebook. I’m […]

Marquette Draw With Alton in Local Derby

The Marquette Explorers came back from a deficit to tie the Redbirds today to earn a well-deserved draw in the the local derby held at Gordon Moore Park. PHOTO GALLERY – Marquette Explorers host Alton Redbirds More pictures and game details coming, here’s an initial set along with a video of the final minute of […]

Jacqui Report – USWNT Capture #SheBelieves Cup

Wednesday night in front of loud crowd of 13K, the United States and Germany put on a great showing, proving they are the number one and number two teams in the world of women’s soccer. Earlier in the day, England and France played to a scoreless draw, earning them third and fourth place respectively. In […]

Jacqui Report – USWNT Hosts #SheBelieves Cup

The United States Women’s National team is set to host three of the top women’s teams in the world over the next two weeks as second-ranked Germany, third-ranked France, and fifth-ranked England have made their way over to compete in the inaugural #SheBelieves Cup. Now, in years past at this time the USWNT would be […]

Jacqui Report – Another Phase of the US/Canada Rivalry

On Sunday night the United States Women’s National team was crowned CONCACAF champions once again; beating rival Canada in front of 10K in Houston. Having qualified for Rio by beating Trinidad & Tobago in the semi finals, this game was dubbed meaningless by many and while that may have been true, the Americans had a […]

Becky Sauerbrunn Earns 100th Cap with USWNT

The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Canada 2-0 on second half goals from Lindsey Horan and Tobin Heath to win the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship at BBVA Compass Stadium. The game marked the 100th cap for St. Louis native Becky Sauerbrunn who started and played the entire 90 minutes. Horan opened the scoring […]

Mike O’Mara’s Soccer Dreams Coming True

At a St Louis County press conference this morning,  Councilman Mike O’Mara (McCluer North ’78), wearing his St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame jacket, introduced with County Executive Steve Stenger a 13 field complex that will be located adjacent to the SLSG Creve Coeur complex. Here’s the Post-Dispatch story this morning that broke the story. […]

The Jacqui Report – USWNT v Ireland: Three Takeaways

With the recent USWNT roster announcement for the upcoming CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament, women’s soccer correspondent Jacqui Porter looks back at the friendly against Ireland. On Saturday, a new era began for the United States Women’s National team and a perfect start to the new year; a five goal performance and shutout against the Republic […]