Archive for October, 2010

La Salle vs. Massachusetts in photos
College Soccer / Photo essays

La Salle vs. Massachusetts in photos

La Salle women’s soccer downed Massachusetts, 3-0 in the last game of regular season with goals from Renee Washington, Amanda Komarnicki and Morgan Golden.

(Photo by Daniel Gajdamowicz)
College Soccer / Local / Photo essays

Penn vs. Brown in photos

PSP was there to get photos of this Ivy League women’s soccer matchup over the weekend.

State Cups Schedule – 10/31/2010
United Soccer League / US Amateur Cup / US Women's Cup

State Cups Schedule – 10/31/2010

Mens and womens Cup matches for October 31, 2010.

Casa Soccer League
Casa Soccer League / Photo essays

Casa Soccer League

Photo essay from week 9 of Casa Soccer League.

We could have done better, more news
Daily news roundups

We could have done better, more news

In today’s news roundup: even the New York Times can’t understand why Le Toux was snubbed; Mwanga, Hackworth seek improvement; USWNT crushes Haiti in first WC qualifier; Russia is sorry; Maradona is 50 and your weekend’s Footy on the Telly listings.

(Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
MLS

MLS playoffs — What to watch & why

MLS playoffs are here, but Philadelphia Union won’t make an appearance. So should you bother watching? Here’s a guide on what to watch, why to care, and what it matters to Philly.

Sacre bleu! Le Toux snubbed, more news
Daily news roundups

Sacre bleu! Le Toux snubbed, more news

Le Toux doesn’t make the MVP final list but is up for Fair Play Award; Mwanga makes the final Rookie of the Year List; more on the Cosmos as everyone wants to join MLS; CONCACAF qualifiers for Women’s World Cup start today; Russia calls England “primitive”; Paul is dead, long live the new Paul; local college roundup and more morning news.

Expansion draft preview: Philadelphia Union
Featured / Union

Expansion draft preview: Philadelphia Union

Who should the Union protect? Who will they lose? And what the hell are the real rules to this thing? (Some of what you’ve read elsewhere is wrong.) PSP breaks it down with an entirely too detailed preview.