Soccer Archive: September / October 2007
Newcomers Give Blast New Look
The Baltimore Blast started the 2007-08 season off on the right foot with a big boost from a new face -- Michael Todd, the team’s first-round pick in this year’s amateur draft.
MISL Expansion Tough For Blast
After failing to qualify for last year’s playoffs, the Blast are looking to bounce back. How will the Blast stack up? Take a look around the league.
Blast Open Season with Big Win
The Blast kicked off their season with an 8-2 win over the defending MISL champion Philadelpha KiXX at First Mariner Arena.
Kids Count: Is Soccer Still Popular in Baltimore?
As the Blast begin their season with a home opener against the Kixx Friday night, will Baltimore fans be there to support them? Is soccer still popular in Baltimore?
Storm's Team Has Bourne Identity
With the guidance of coach Joe Bourne, the Storm is an Under-13 girls team of 16 players who have had remarkable success over the past five seasons.
Losing Is Something To Kick Around
In their annual preseason press conference, Ed Hale and the Baltimore Blast made it clear that the team's goal is another title.
Quigley's Goal Is Goals, No Matter Where He Plays
Former Archbishop Curley standout B.J. Quigley is adapting to Division I soccer with the UMBC Retrievers.
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