Soccer Archive: April / May 2006
World Cup Preview
This June, soccer fans around the globe will be focused on Germany, where 32 teams will battle it out on the pitch at nine different venues.
Modern Day Recruiting
Thanks to the growing popularity of soccer in America, today's college coach is presented with an unprecedented volume of high school players searching for a way to be noticed and be accepted into a program.
Kelly Calls It Quits
Baltimore Blast Player/Interim Coach Danny Kelly announced his retirement just days after the Blast were crowned the 2006 MISL Champions.
Who is Machel Millwood the Fan?
Baltimore Blast forward Machel Milwood delivered the decisive goal in the "Golden Goal" period to give the Blast the 2006 MISL Championship. So where does this 6-2 soccer player from Jamaica stand as a sports fan?
Blast Win MISL Championship
The Baltimore Blast won the 2006 MISL Championship in dramatic fashion Sunday, as Machel Millwood scored in the "Golden Goal" period to give the Blast their third championship in four years.
In Baltimore, Soccer is Ancient History
The Old Timers Soccer Association of Maryland has worked diligently throughout the past 50 years to promote the sport of soccer at all levels and recognize excellence through its Hall of Fame program.
Blast Win Game One of Finals
Backup goalie Sanaldo leads the Blast past St. Louis 4-2 in game one of the two-game series. Game two is Sunday in St. Louis.Blast’s Wittman Suspended Two Years
Former Blast Head coach Tim Wittman will be suspended for an additional two years and fined an undisclosed amount following the results of an investigation into an altercation that occurred at the conclusion of the Blast's March 18 game.
Blast In Playoffs Despite Rocky Regular Season
Fresh from a disastrous 2004-05 season which saw the Blast finish last and miss the playoffs for the first time in five years, the Blast earned a semi-final playoff date with the MISL defending champion Milwaukee Wave.
Who Is Pete Caringi the Fan
In his 15 years as the UMBC Head Men's Soccer Coach, Pete Caringi has compiled a 167-95-27 record. So where does Coach Caringi the fan stand as a sports fan?