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SRU tryouts on the horizon

August and high school soccer might seem like a long way away … but it’s not. So, just how do you get ready for that season and when do you start?  The how can be answered ... Read Article →

Santa Rosa United coaching roster

Santa Rosa United has announced its 2013 coaching roster. Three of the coaches double as local high school coaches, two at Cardinal Newman. The local high school coaches on the SRU ... Read Article →

Fifteen SRU players headed to play soccer in college

Of those 15 Santa Rosa United players, all but two will be playing in California. Read Article →

Story worth reading on Hurst

A powerful article about former Montgomery High star Tiffany Hurst and her battle with depression. Read Article →

Unveiling the new “Belluzzo Field”

Mark this time and date down on your calendar: 11 a.m., Aug. 27. Read Article →

So, why did U.S. women lose that match?

If you are a soccer fan hereabouts, you were probably rooting for a couple of things Sunday afternoon as you watched the Women’s World Cup finale between the U.S. and Japan - you wanted a stellar soccer match and you wanted the U.S. to win. You got a split decision. Read Article →

Wright-Phillips: Dodgers’ fan, yes; Giants, no

Behind the Giants’ dugout at AT&T Park are a flight of stairs leading up to presumably the clubhouse. That is where the Manchester City Football Club, an English Premier League team, was housed Saturday night. Read Article →

Caligiuri on Man City and soccer in general

The long-awaited friendly between Manchester City and Club America will be played at 5 p.m. Saturday at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Read Article →

Quakes’ 90-yard goal

Have you ever seen a 90-yard goal? Well, here is the San Jose Earthquakes’ public relations department’s account of one that happened on Tuesday night inSanta Claraand following is a video you can watch for yourself. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s Team – Where Are They Now? (Caligiuri)

They really should officially rename this guy Paul “The Shot Heard Round The World” Caligiuri. He was a skilled defender but that has been lost in history to his game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago in 1989 that qualified the U.S. for the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s Team – Where Are They Now? (Balboa)

He played in three World Cups as a central defender, appeared in 127 gmers and scored 13 goals. He was a two-time U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year. He anchored that 1994 defense that yielded only four goals in four games. He went on to play seven seasons for the MLS Colorado Rapids and Metrostars. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where Are They Now? (Clavijo)

He was a speedy defender who had 61 international appearances with the U.S. team. The Uruguayan started his career in that country and eventually wound up in San Jose. He played two seasons with the old Earthquakes in the North American Soccer League. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where are they now? (Harkes)

Here are some stats for you: 90 games played for the U.S., 6 goals, 6 career World Cup games and to top it all off he was the first American to play in the EPL and the second American to ever score at Wembley Stadium as a member of Sheffield Wednesday. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where are they now? (Jones)

Maybe it was because of his small size or his personality ... but it certainly didn’t hurt his popularity that he was an extremely talented midfielder. He finished his playing career with 164 appearances for the U.S. with 15 goals and 22 assists in 12 seasons. Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where are they now? (Ramos)

Part of the program last Saturday night at Stanford Stadium during halftime of the Earthquakes/Red Bulls MLS game, was a tribute to the U.S. team that competed in the 1994 World Cup. If ... Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where are they now? (Sommer)

Part of the program last Saturday night at Stanford Stadium during halftime of the Earthquakes/Red Bulls MLS game, was a tribute to the U.S. team that competed in the 1994 World Cup. If ... Read Article →

1994 U.S. men’s team – Where are they now? (Sorber)

Part of the program last Saturday night at Stanford Stadium during halftime of the Earthquakes/Red Bulls MLS game, was a tribute to the U.S. team that competed in the 1994 World Cup. If ... Read Article →

We know where Waldo is, but where’s Henry?

STANFORD - Where’s Waldo? Saturday night it was more like where’s Terry? Make that Thierry. No, where’s Henry? Well, all right, where’s Thierry Henry? Read Article →

Archer will be missed

For all of its differences, the soccer community is still a family. And like any family it’s difficult, very difficult when you lose a member of that family. Read Article →

SRU girls teams lose semifinal matches

The end of a long, highly successful season for a pair of Santa Rosa United girls soccer teams came Saturday morning in Boise, Idaho, as both the U-12 Ice and the U-13 Freeze were defeated in the semifinals of the USYSA Far West Regionals. Read Article →

Two SRU teams reach regional semifinals

The stakes just got a lot higher for two Santa Rosa United girls soccer teams. Read Article →

Iturbe, Arroyo headed to SSU men’s team

A pair of Empire prep standouts highlights additions to the Sonoma State men’s soccer team for the coming season. Bryan Iturbe, from Roseland University Prep and Michel Arroyo, Calistoga ... Read Article →

Kudos to SSU men’s soccer team

Seven of them — Taylor Varnadore, Brian Clemntino, Ben Hubbard, Kasey Addiego, Jomed Tejan, Brian Angel and Victor Sosa - recently visited with students at Kawana Elementary School. Read Article →

Soccer games are won in June, not September

This post will be brief and it’ll have little or nothing to do with soccer ... or will it? Read Article →

Dates set for soccer camp at Montgomery

The Montgomery Girls Soccer Club Camp will run in two sessions Aug. 1 through Aug. 12 at Montgomery High School. Read Article →

North Bay Wave to face Storm at SR High

In a game to benefit the Santa Rosa Youth Soccer League, the North Bay Wave women’s team will face California Storm at Santa Rosa High at 5 p.m. June 19. Read Article →

SRJC Soccer Camp

English professional soccer coaches will lead a Santa Rosa Junior College camp for advanced high school and college boys’ players. Set for June 8-10, the camp features a rare appearance by an active professional staff. Read Article →

New Joe Belluzzo Field coming soon

Next time you are driving south down Hwy. 101, take a look to your right shortly after passing the Todd Road exit. See that empty, weed-strewn field? Read Article →

SCA U14 girls win Nor Cal Premier title

Five different players scored for the Sonoma County Alliance 97 girls U14 team at Turlock on Sunday. Read Article →

SR High hires Garcia to lead boys team

A new era of boys soccer has begun at Santa Rosa High with the hiring of Antonio Garcia to lead the team in 2011. Read Article →