Extra time rally goes to waste as US men lose to Mexico in CONCACAF Cup
Geoff Cameron's 13th-minute goal lifted the USA into a 1-1 tie with Mexico that ultimately sent Saturday's CONCACAF Cup match into extra time.
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PASADENA, Calif.---Mexico scored twice in extra time to capture a 3-2 win over the United States on Saturday and earn a place in the 2017 Confederations Cup. Paul Aguilar scored the game winner on a stunning strike in the 118th minute.
UConn honors coach, blanks Bearcats, 1-0
STORRS, Conn.--Senior Andrea Plucenik scored her second game-winning goal in three days Sunday, giving the UConn women's team a 1-0 win over Cincinnati in an American Athletic Conference match. Complete
A CLASSIC TURNS SOUR
U.S. loses momentum at the finish, falls to Mexico in extraordinary contest
It was -- considering the venue, what was at stake, the electric atmosphere and the absorbing drama over 120 minutes -- the greatest encounter in the lengthy, rich history of the region's greatest soccer rivalry. That's hardly consolation for the United States. Complete
BC Eagle men stop Virginia Cavaliers, 2-1
Swedish freshman Simon Enstrom scored twice as the Boston College Eagles men's team took a 2-1 win over No. 10 Virginia in an ACC game on a rainy Friday night. Complete
OFFSIDE REMARKS Saturday, bloody, Saturday: one of the darkest days in USMNT history
Oct. 10, 2015. Mark my words. It will go down as one of the darkest days in U.S. men's national team history.
CUTTONEíS CONCEPTS Taking the long view with the US National Team
CHESTER, Pa.---Letís be clear. Results matter in sports. Coaches who donít get results get fired. It's plain and simple. But there are different kind of results. Yes, winning the Gold Cup, appearing in the final, even winning the third place game should mean something. Same for getting to the Confederations Cup, even though it is a contrived tournament created by FIFA to further clog the calendar and extract money from fans and sponsors. But not winning those competitions (or in the case of the Confederations Cup not getting there) is not the end of the world. Complete
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