U.S. Soccer addressed the possibility that the national team's next Cup qualifying game might be moved to a neutral site due to ongoing political strife in the country.
Lost in the furor surrounding David Beckham's return to MLS is the fact the Los Angeles Galaxy have quietly become a very good team under Bruce Arena, writes Doug McIntyre.
To the delight of soccer aficionados, a host of big-name clubs and players will arrive in the U.S. during the summer, writes Doug McIntyre.
Montreal Impact owner Joey Saputo has raised the possibility that his team could join MLS in 2011, writes Doug McIntyre.
The success of Seattle has reinforced MLS' desire for expansion. Doug McIntyre asks if further growth is a good thing.
Mexico will arrive in Columbus, Ohio two days earlier than usual for its World Cup qualifying match against the United States, writes Doug McIntyre.
With the college season done and dusted, Doug McIntyre looks back at the teams and players that made the headlines in 2008.
The college soccer system has its critics, but it's still an important training ground for future U.S. pros, writes Doug McIntyre.
The NCAA tournament is heating up as we reach the Elite Eight. Doug McIntyre previews the matchups.
The NCAA Tournament is heating up as we reach the Sweet 16. Doug McIntyre previews the matchups.
In his State of the League address, commissioner Don Garber indicated that there would be some significant changes in store for 2009, writes Doug McIntyre.
The seeds have been named and the matchups set. Doug McIntyre takes a look at some of the more intriguing clashes in the men's NCAA tournament.
Doug McIntyre takes a look at who's hot and who's not entering the final weekend of regular-season action.
Driven on by forward Steve Zakuani, the Akron Zips continue to climb the rankings, writes Doug McIntyre.
Wake Forest is no longer perfect, but the Demon Deacons are undefeated and still the favorites, writes Doug McIntyre.
Jose Francisco Torres showed in his debut against Cuba just why it was a coup for the U.S. to land him, writes Doug McIntyre.