Bosnia midfielder Muhamed Besic slides across to block Côte d'Ivoire defenseman Jean-Daniel Akpa Akpro in first-half action in an international friendly May 30 in St. Louis. MCT PHOTO
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SALVADOR, Brazil (AP) — 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.
CUIABA, Brazil (AP) — Alexis Sanchez produced a dynamic performance to lead Chile to a 3-1 win over Australia in the World Cup today, scoring one goal and setting up another for one of the dangerous outsiders in the tournament.
Despite the protests and controversy surrounding this year’s World Cup in Brazil, the tournament started Thursday. However, the soccer championship can be hard to follow for people who are not familiar with the format. Take a look at the basics of World Cup tournament play and check out the rich history and records of the 19 previous World Cups.
SAO PAULO — American fans decked out in red, white and blue watched their team’s lone public training session in Brazil, cheering and seeking autographs.
Ypsilanti, Mich. — Ball State’s postseason run, in which it reached its first Mid-American Conference Tournament championship, came to an end Sunday. The sixth seeded team fell to the fourth seeded Western Michigan University 1-0 in a defensive struggle.
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.
For the third time ever — and first since 2007 — Ball State will play in the Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinals. Friday’s match against Miami University marks an accomplishment, but it does not satisfy a team with eyes set on grander goals.
The Ball State soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the MAC Tournament Sunday afternoon.
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 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.
_Evan Barnum-Steggerda is a senior journalism and telecommunications major and writes ‘Corner Kick’ for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper or Unified Student Media. Write to Evan at email@example.com. _ The foliage lining the Briner Sports Complex has started to change, meaning that fall and conference play are here.
In the 2-1 victory against Ohio University, Ball State needed 51 seconds to strike in the rain.
After starting with its best record since 2006, Ball State (7-3-1) dropped its first conference game of the season to Kent State (7-4) 1-0.
After traveling more than 3,000 miles to play in its last five matches, the Ball State soccer team will defend its 4-0 home record for the first time in three weeks.
Ball State came out firing in the last of five consecutive road matches to beat Akron, 2-0.
Ball State (5-2-1) commences its conference schedule by traveling to Buffalo (3-2-2) and Akron (3-3-2) this weekend. And though this is just the beginning of Mid-American Conference play, the Cardinals tout the conference’s best record.
A tie wasn’t what Ball State soccer head coach Craig Roberts was looking for.