Check out the group stage matches from June 21.
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Find out results from the group match stage of June 20.
Check out the results from the group stage results of June 18.
Find out the winners of the group stage matches June 17.
Jurgen Klinsmann speaks with pragmatism. He books his airline tickets with hope.
Find out the winners of June 15's group stage matches.
Check out the winners of the group stage games between CIV-JPN, ENG-ITA, URU-CRC and COL-GRE on June 14.
Playmaker Luka Modric is in doubt for Croatia's next World Cup match against Cameroon after injuring his foot in the tournament opening loss to Brazil.
Check out the results from group stage games of Chile vs. Australia, Spain vs. Netherlands and Mexico vs. Cameroon
Despite the protests and controversy surrounding this year’s World Cup in Brazil, the tournament started Thursday.
American fans decked out in red, white and blue watched their team’s lone public training session in Brazil, cheering and seeking autographs.Jurgen Klinsmann maintains they shouldn’t expect the U.S. to lift soccer’s top trophy for the first time July 13, even if that stance upsets some.
Ypsilanti, Mich. — Ball State’s postseason run, in which it reached its first Mid-American Conference Tournament championship, came to an end Sunday.
Ball State’s soccer team is going to the Mid-American Conference Tournament championship for the first time in the program’s history after defeating second seed Miami University in penalty kicks. Just a week after winning its first tournament game since 2007 — and third all-time — in come-from-behind fashion, Ball State won in once again, 4-2 in penalties. Ball State and Miami played each other in the last regular season match of the year with the RedHawks edging the Cardinals 3-2. “There were lessons learned from our previous match, and we corrected them,” head coach Craig Roberts said.
For the third time ever — and first since 2007 — Ball State will play in the Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinals.
The Ball State soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the MAC Tournament Sunday afternoon. The Ball State soccer team celebrates after scoring a goal against Toledo at the Briner Sports Complex. The Cardinals tied with the Rockets 2-2. DN PHOTO MATT MCKINNEY
From near misses on offense to frustrating goals, women’s soccer head coach Craig Roberts and the Cardinals have been left with disappointing results from a bad bounce more times than they’d care to think about — including their loss to Central Michigan earlier this year.
With just one conference game left the in the season, the shuffling atop the Mid-American Conference has started to shake out tournament seeds. In a league full of parity, Ball State (10-5-3, 5-3-2 MAC) jockeyed with five other teams for a top-four finish and the first round home game that accompanies it for its first 10 MAC matches.
In a crucial matchup for conference tournament seeding Central Michigan University topped Ball State 1-0 in double overtime.
Every match is important but as the season winds down, wins and losses seem even more significant. After splitting a pair of crucial matches against top-tier Mid-American Conference last weekend, Ball State’s soccer team is searching for two victories and stability in conference standing against University of Toledo (5-9, 2-4 MAC) and Northern Illinois University (4-8-2, 2-3-1 MAC). Ball State (9-4-1, 4-2 MAC) dropped its match against Western Michigan University (7-3-3, 5-0-1 MAC) on Sunday, and is now in a five-way tie behind Western Michigan. “A good team always responds to a loss,” head coach Craig Roberts said.