Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship

Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship, 0 – 0 after overtime it had to be settled in penalty kicks.

In a nail-biting pk shootout, Stanford was one better taking home the College Cup second year now.

The NCAA Divisions has been recognized as the College Cup of and has been understood as the intercollegiate soccer tournament. As per this tournament, it has been long held dating back in 1959. The tournament had expanded to forty-eight teams wherein Division 1 in the tournament champion is assigned a berth.

Prior to the tournament, it is referenced or called as the College Cup. And, the NCAA is only applicable to championship and semi-final rounds of the tournament proper. Prior to the time that the tournament started, the final and semi-final fixtures have been conducted at a site that is determined by none other than NCAA.

Now, the college soccer championships in 2016 for Division 1 NCAA or D1 rose to popularity. Among those teams that played in part by the men soccer include Maryland, Providence, Clemson, South Carolina, Mercer, Albany, Creighton, Kentucky, Tulsa, Boston College, Kentucky, North Carolina, Denver, Washington, New Mexico, Portland, Dartmouth, St. Francis, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Rider, Virginia, Indiana, Akron, Louisville, Notre Dame, Loyola Chicago, Illinois-Chicago, Michigan State and more.

Nevertheless, the one team that stood out to win the College Cup Championship is Stanford. The Cardinals of Stanford is headed by players Corey Braid, Tanner Beason, Andrew Epstein, Jared Gilbey, Tomas Hillard-Arce. Foster Langsdorf, Bryce Marion, Adam Mosharrafa, Drew Skundrich, Derek Waldeck, Adrian Alabi, Amir Bashti and Sam Werner.

With Wake Forest, the team is consisted of Luis Argudo, Jon Bakero, Hunter Bandy, Brad Dunwell, Logan Gdula, Ian Harkes, Jacori Hayes, Andreu Cases Mundet, Kevin Politz, Sam Raben, Ema Twumasi, Steven Echevarria, Ricky Greensfelder, Bruno Lapa, Hayden Partain.

Division 2 NCAA Winner

Prior to the winner of Division 2 NCAA, it is none other than Wingate that has clearly defeated all other teams of Tampa, Rockhurst, Southern Indiana, Drury, Tiffin, Palm Beach Atlanta, Quincy, Wingate, Fort Hays State, Limestone, Lindenwood, Pleiffer, Lander, Tusculum, Lenoir-Rhyne and more.

Division 3 NCAA Winner

The national championship of Division 3 NCAA is none other than Tufts. It successfully defeated all other teams of Messiah, Centenary (N.J), Rowan, Lehman, Chris.Newport, Calvin, Montclair State, Springfield, Haverford, Merchant Marine, Carnegie Mellon, Kenyon, Frank. & Marsh, Ohio Northern, Trinity Texas, Whitworth, SUNY Cortland, Morrisville State, Scranton, Chapman, John Carroll, Frank. & Marsh., Washington & Lee, Geneva Maryville (Tennessee) and a whole lot more.

The true meaning of college soccer championships has clearly been shown through the combined efforts of the soccer team. The men’s finalists for 2016 and the help of soccer coaches all contributed to the success. Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship, can they win a third straight?

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2015 NCAA Div 1 Soccer Champs

espn 4-0 stanford win ncaa soccer champs 2015  2015 NCAA Div 1 soccer champs are the Stanford Cardinals.

The NCAA Division 1 of Men’s soccer season of 2015, is known as the 56th season of the NCAA championship in college soccer of men’s division 1. Its regular season started last August 28 and lasted until November 2015. This season will be culminating with the Division 1 of Men’s Soccer Championship for December 2015. There are 206 identified teams in the category of Men’s division 1 in this competition. The defending champion were Virginia who were defeated by UCLA, and kept UVA from their 7th title.  The season ended when Stanford defeated Clemson 4-0 , making them the champs for the first time.
The first up to the third quarterfinal rounds were held in the college campus sites found across the U.S during the months of November as well as December for the previous year having the host sites as determined by record and seeding. The four-team college cup finals were played at Children’s Mercy Park found in Kansas City.
The defending champion Virginia Cavaliers were eliminated in this tournament during the second round. This leads to the eventual winning of Stanford as their first ever national title in this competition. The final four teams who are fighting for the national title that includes Syracuse, Akron, Clemson, and Stanford as the champion for this 2015 tournament.
After this tournament, Jordan Morris, the star of Stanford is now part of the official team of Seattle Sounders. Inspite of his age, he is considered to be the most hyped prospects of United States. He is undeniably a good player, which is highly proven by his 7 U.S national team caps after his name. The exploits were enough in landing the trial from Werder Bremen of Bundesliga wherein Morris had been training while on a juggle of deciding between returning to Seattle and even trying his skills overseas.
Sounders will now have the youthful addition of skilled unite as veteran attackers upon bringing Morris to the MLS field. Sigi Schmid, the head coach of Sounders said that Morris has the qualities that he thinks as unteachable qualities. This can be a great asset of this team that will probably lead to their championship while obtaining their national title. Sounders Seattle team is highly impressed with the athleticism of Jordan together with his finishing and rate ability.
Jordan Morris is expected to join in the pre-season of MLS Sounders after the conclusion of USMNT camp. As he becomes a part of Sounders, there will surely be a higher possibility of obtaining a MLS title easier like never before.  Morris can be considered as the team asset that will surely create a hard time to all their opposing teams, so MLS teams will really need to double their training to keep up with the skills Morris already has.

Congratulations 2015 NCAA Div 1 soccer champs are the Stanford Cardinals.



NCAA College Championship Soccer Programs

Notre Dame 2013 ncaa champs

 

NCAA college championship soccer programs all

start with three things, dedication, hard work, and

team work at the highest level. You would have thought

gone were the years of one program dominating all of

the other teams like St. Louis University Billikens did

from 1959 to 1973 with winning 10 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships, but now the Virginia Cavaliers

have just won their 7th NCAA title after being unstoppable in the early 90’s and now possibly starting

another run. Only Indiana University has one more Men’s title with 8 championships behind their run

in late 90’s thru 2004 and then adding one more in 2012. Notre Dame picked up their first title in 2013

and UCLA, Maryland and North Carolina always seem to be in the mix for being in the top 10 NCAA

challengers for the men’s championship. Notre Dame had a great year in 2013 and one of the greatest

quotes Coach Bobby Clark ever gave his team was just before the championship match when he said,

“fellas I got a text from an old coaching friend I have, who has won a few championships in his time”.

He said, “Go Play The Game, Not The Occasion”, that text was from Sir Alex Ferguson,

one the highest winning percentages of any coach/manager alive today. What great class for any coach

or player, keep your emotions in check and just go play the game. There is a reason you are there, and

be grateful you even have the chance, most don’t. There will be bumps in the road, and its next man up

for those who get injured, that’s what team is all about in a championship run. When it comes to

championship dominance in NCAA soccer the North Carolina Women’s team holds no competitors.

From 1982 to 2012 the lady Tar Heels have claimed “21 Titles” and are almost always in the mix for

top ten in the nation every year. However two clubs claimed the title in the last two years with growing

quality soccer programs, UCLA ladies took the title in 2013 and last year the Florida State Seminoles

brought home the hard wear with a 1-0 stunner over a tough Virginia Cavaliers squad. Funny how the

hottest teams in NCAA soccer both women’s and men’s right now are Virginia, UCLA, and North

Carolina, success is contagious. Watch some videos below of NCAA college championship soccer programs, and always play til the last whistle.




Best Goals Of 2014 And The MLS Cup

New England Vs LA Galaxy

 

 

 

 

 

Best goals of 2014 and the MLS Cup are hot topics in early December of every year.

Get your game face on Galaxy and Rev fans !!! You are days away from crowning the 2014 champ.

Will Landon Donovan go out with another title or the Rev’s winning their first ever MLS Cup after

five final appearances? It will be a great match at 3pm EST on Dec. the 7th at the StubHub Center,

too bad for NE Rev’s but that will be a home town crowd for the Galaxy. Tough track for both teams

though the playoffs after 2013 Champs Sporting KC and 2014 Supporters Shield winners Seattle

Sounders were eliminated, only 2 stand for this championship match. What a year for all of the teams

in the MLS, and many fantastic goals were scored. With great rookie year like Harry Shipp from the

Chicago Fire to the news Thierry Henry played his last game as a New York Red Bull. Many records

broken / tied like Bradley Wright Phillips, Dom Dwyer, and Landon Donovan all hit milestones.

Here are some video and links for the amazing goals of 2014

Top 40 YouTube MLS Goals   https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcj4z4KsbIoXl5mNBxDS4bXMGh1ZzM661

Best Four Under 24
33 Goals for the week in MLS list http://www.mlssoccer.com/gotw/2014 

Kyle Beckerman wins most nominees

Final 4 of Goal Of The Year 2014

Hope You Enjoyed Best Goals Of 2014 And The MLS Cup Final This Sunday Dec 7th

Teaching U11,U12,U13,U14,U15 How To Be A Patient Offensive Striker

chicago fire vs sporting kc

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching U11,U12,U13,U14,U15 how to be a patient offensive striker, this is the old saying

from years of coaches, “take what the defense gives you!” Sometimes easier said than done,

but is so true if you just slow down a half of a second and pick your head up in the attacking third.

From Mike McGee of the Fire to Kenny Miller of the Whitecaps to Graham Zusi of Sporting KC,

watch how they slow down the ball, pick the head head up and make the play look easy. It takes time

to master, but the time is there, don’t hurry your shot, you’ve got more time than you think. Cutting

the ball back to your other foot puts the defenders on their heels for that split second. Practice your cut

backs everyday and you will master the art of getting that one more second you need to place your

strike. Watch how practicing and teaching U11,U12,U13,U14,U15 how to be a patient offensive striker in MLS action below. [Read more…]

Soccer Skills And Coming From Behind In Goal Scoring

Chicago Fire And Portland Timbers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soccer skills and coming from behind in goal scoring is so exciting as a fan to watch, but even better

when you are a player on the come back team. MLS teams fighting their way through a game and

never giving up is one of the best things young players can be taught. 90 minutes in each game, each

minute is worth so much, could be minute 3 or minute 89, that minute of play can be the difference

between a loss or a tie or even that game winning goal. In each of these games you can see the tide of

momentum changing and one team putting pressure on the other, and the pure excitement of a team

coming from behind. Chicago Fire, Seattle Sounders, and FC Dallas show the momentum swing

and how they react to this pressure, do they crumble or come together and respond. [Read more…]

NY Red Bulls And Sporting KC Stay On Top With Wins

Red Bulls vs New England

 

 

 

 

 

 

NY Red Bulls and Sporting KC stay on top with wins after a couple of tough weeks of MLS competition.
Both of these teams are hot after big wins with 4 goals in each of their matches. Red Bulls
Dax McCarty put NY on the board with a quick goal four minutes into the match with New England
Revolution. The 1-0 lead did not last long, as Brandon Barklage placed a rather clinical header into his own net while defending a set piece, two minutes later. Barklage made up for that mistake shortly after,
finding Espindola with a neat pass just minutes later, putting NY put for good leading to a 4-1 victory.
Sporting KC’s Claudio Bieler and Graham Zusi had great match against Chivas USA. After Sporting Kansas City got a man advantage on Chivas, KC’s
Bieler scored twice, the second time from the penalty spot after the ejection of Chivas goalkeeper Dan Kennedy, while Zusi had a goal and an assist as Sporting KC snapped a two-game losing streak with a 4-0 victory over Chivas. The Eastern Conference is solid with 3 teams tied right now, KC’s Goalie Jimmy Nielsen took over Sporting’s club record with his 38th clean sheet in MLS and his sixth of the 2013 season. [Read more…]

Baltimore Blast And San Diego Sockers Win Their 2013 Indoor Championships

San Diego Sockers Champs 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baltimore Blast And San Diego Sockers Win Their 2013 Indoor Championships, after close fought tough

matches. San Diego’s Chiky Luna got the goal to break a tie and put the Sockers up 7-6 with only 4

minutes left in the game, and then Brian Farber’s open goal brought home the PASL Ron Newman Cup

with an 8-6 final. The Detroit Waza Flo had the Sockers on their heels all game, but Detroit could not

finish in the last 6 minutes and San Diego takes home their 14th championship. Baltimore Blast  also

defeated their opponent 8-6, to win the 2013 MISL Championship Cup. The Missouri Comets had the

Blast down all game, with no goals for the Blast until the second half. When it was all over, four different

Blast players scored in the victory and Championship Series MVP William Vanzela recorded 12 saves.

The Milwaukee Wave had a successful 2013 with a 18-6 record, but got knocked out of the tournament early. Good Luck in 2014 Indoor Soccer Champs!!



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FC Dallas And Sporting KC Stay Hot in MLS

FC Dallas vs Houston

 

 

 

 

 

 

FC Dallas And Sporting KC Stay Hot in MLS, bring home big wins to stay in the hunt. Less than 5

minutes into a match, Claudio Bieler put one in the back of the net to put Sporting KC up over Montreal

Impact. Then finally in the 79 minute Graham Zusi put the game away with a beautiful solo goal putting

SKC up 2-0 and another win for them. KC’s Goal Keeper Nielsen and the defense put up a clean sheet

and another shut-out. Exciting match in Texas, with FC Dallas and Houston Dynamo going head to

head, for state bragging rights. Dallas jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but the orange would not go away,

by the 82 minute mark Houston tie it up and had the momentum. Seven minutes later Kenny Cooper

puts away the game winner with a ball that looks like a hand ball, BUT no ref saw it and FC pulls out

a 3-2 victory and 3 points for the match. [Read more…]

Montreal Impact And Vancouver Whitecaps Start MLS 2013 Undefeated

Montreal MLS Toronto

 

 

 

 

 

 

Montreal Impact And Vancouver Whitecaps Start MLS 2013 undefeated.

O’ Canada, the MLS is changing power teams?  Not really, good start for these two upstart teams,

however two games into the regular season is way too early to say these two Canadian based teams

will compete for the MLS cup. Montreal starts off in the first 30 minutes with a nice bicycle shot n goal,

and with two goals in hand by the 60 minute mark, Portland could not seem to mount a real come back.

Vancouver Whitecaps also start off 2-0 undefeated in 2013, with a 2-1 victory over the Columbus Crew.

The Whitecaps put unbelievable pressure on all game. In the first five minutes Daigo Kobayashi hit a 30

yard strike for a long range goal to start off the match right. Kenny Miller finishes the game with a cool

strike to put it away. Hopefully these two teams can keep it up, we will see in late July when playoffs start our discussion. [Read more…]