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THE WRONG KAMARA
Ola Kamara dominates as Columbus beats Revs, 2-0
Steve Neumann got his first start of the year as the New England Revolution faced Columbus Crew SC Sunday at MAPFRE Stadium.
Steve Neumann got his first start of the year as the New England Revolution faced Columbus Crew SC Sunday at MAPFRE Stadium.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio--All the pregame attention was on Kei Kamara on the strikerís return to Columbus for the first time since the May 12 trade that brought the 2015 co-scoring leader to New England, but it was his replacement, another Kamara, who made the difference in Columbus Crew SC's 2-0 win over the Revolution at MAPFRE Stadium Sunday night. Complete story
EIGHT WAS ENOUGH
Crusader women battle back against Black Knights
WEST POINT, N.Y. -- The Holy Cross womenís team snapped an eight-match losing streak, rallying for a 1-1 draw with Army West Point in a Patriot League match at Clinton Field Wednesday night.
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COMING IN THREES
Northeastern Husky men fall to Pride
BROOKLINE, Mass. -- The Northeastern men's team sustained its third successive defeat, a 3-0 loss to the Hofstra Pride in a Colonia Athletic Association match at Parsons Field Wednesday night.
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OFFSIDE REMARKS
The most devastating result in U.S. women's soccer history
Sooner or later, it was going to happen. Sooner or later, the United States women were going to slip and not reach the final four of a major FIFA tournament for the first time. Well, sooner happened Friday afternoon.
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Charles Cuttone
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With a voice, WNT players can do greater good
On Saturday, the WNBA rescinded a fine it had issued to several teams and players because the players used pregame warm-up gear to promote social causes.

It wasn't that the league objected to the players taking a social stance, hence the rescinding of the fine. The players in question wore shirts that said #BlackLivesMatter and #Dallas5.

Thatís not exactly a soccer story. But it is relevant.
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