This weekend in Houston was bittersweet in many ways as we hosted the NCAA Men’s College Cup.
Three NCAA COLLEGE CUP NOTES on where to congregate, storylines and Division I Men’s soccer in Texas.
With the NCAA MEN’S COLLEGE CUP here in Houston Friday and Sunday I am reaching out to all former college players both male and female to be present pridefully at these matches.
Did you know that UNC head coach Carlos Samoano is from Seabrook, Texas and played in the mens league at Bayland Park under Dragos Mena here in Houston?
Thoughts on Bob Bradley’s first Premier League win, NCAA Men’s College Cup and Jordan Morris.
Let’s show the rest of the country on national TV (ESPN) how strong our soccer community Houston is!
The San Jacinto College board voted 7-0 to discontinue men’s soccer and also men and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball.
Some stars stepped up, others did not, some manager “booted” their teams for the second season better than others. Three out of four finalists have never won an MLS Cup.
Great European type feel as usual at the Stade Saputo and a goal that lived up to the day in the 61st minute with a goal from Matteo Mancuso.
Looking forward to calling the Impact de Montréal vs. New York Red Bulls MLS Eastern Conference Semi-final leg one match today on ESPN (2 p.m. CT) with Alejandro Moreno.