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  1. Sereno defender headed to Loyola-Chicago

    Chris Ackels

    Kaylee Gambadoro, a Class of 2013 midfielder from Phoenix, has verbally committed to Loyola-Chicago. Gambadoro plays midfield for the ECNL's Sereno SC and is known for her physical play and ability to win 50-50 balls. Standing just 5-foot-1, Gamba...

    Blog | March 02, 2012
  2. 3 exercises to help you breathe easier

    Cristina Goyanes

    You've been breathing since birth. So naturally you're a pro at it, right? Not necessarily, at least when it comes to exercise. A poor breathing technique could be the difference between setting a personal record and barely making it across the finis...

    Blog | December 28, 2011
  3. US Youth Soccer National League highlights girls high school socc...

    US Youth Soccer

    US Youth Soccer National League highlights girls high school soccer

    Story | Conversation | January 02, 2010
  4. Originally inspired by the athletes at the 1996 Summer Olympics, ...

    Christopher Parish

    Originally inspired by the athletes at the 1996 Summer Olympics, Newnan sprinter Chalonda Goodman now envisions Olympic glory for herself in 2012

    Story | Conversation | February 12, 2009
  5. Chandler's Larissa Matthews, Bryce Lamb & Hannah Carson might use...

    Christopher Parish

    Chandler's Larissa Matthews, Bryce Lamb & Hannah Carson might use methods that border on madness, but the results are nothing short of electrifying

    Story | Conversation | February 12, 2009
  6. In age of high-drama recruitment, Pitt commit Jack Lippert offers...

    Jerry Reimenschneider

    Jack Lippert plays football the way it's supposed to be played. But when it came to recruiting, he stood out for not standing out -- for honoring his commitment to Pitt and for continuing to work hard while courted by top programs.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2009
  7. Rowe breaks saves mark

    Jeff Lemberg

    Rowe breaks saves mark.

    AssociateStory | September 13, 2000