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Soccer

No Practice, No Problem For Christos FC Ahead Of Match Against D.C. United

"There's no pressure on us," forward Pete Caringi III said of Christos FC's upcoming matchup against D.C. United. "Just getting to this part right now has been unbelievable."

Harrisburg Heat Duo To Lead Baltimore Celtics Soccer Club

During the 2016-17 Major Arena Soccer League season, owner Carl Delmont and head coach Denison Cabral re-energized the Harrisburg Heat, and now they are joining forces to lead the Baltimore Celtics Youth Soccer Club.

Soccer Takes Ex-Fallston High Goalie On International Adventure

Audrey Baldwin, a goalie at Fallston High School and Harford Community College, has already played in Portugal, Iceland and Denmark, and she recently signed with Juvisy, a French soccer team.

IFX Offers International Options For Soccer Players Looking To Elevate Their Game

Former McDaniel and Stevenson soccer coach John Plevyak now works for the International Futbol X-Change, an organization offering international soccer exchange programs for professional, amateur and youth players.

Blast Looking For Back-To-Back Titles Against Soles de Sonora

The Baltimore Blast and Soles de Sonora will once again face off for the league title. "We think this is the way it's supposed to be, because we have the best organizations in the league," Blast owner Ed Hale said.

Maryland's Chris Odoi-Atsem, Alex Crognale Now On Opposite Sides

Former DeMatha and Maryland standout Chris Odoi-Atsem was selected in the first round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft by D.C. United.

Local Fund Helps Cancer Patients Realize Soccer Dreams

Named after Baltimore native Craig Willinger, who died in 2012, the Craig Willinger Fund provides cancer patients with the opportunity to see their favorite soccer teams.

After Two Knee Injuries, Cody Albrecht Cherishes Opportunity At Maryland

After two knee injuries, former DeMatha standout Cody Albrecht is cherishing his opportunity with Maryland soccer and looking for another "storybook" ending.

Loyola Women's Soccer Looking To Build On Fast Start

Loyola women's soccer is off to its best start since 2009, and head coach Naomi Meiburger credits the early success to the work her players put in during the summer.

Terps Remain Leader Among State's Men's Soccer Teams

Maryland men's soccer enters the season ranked fourth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's preseason poll, while Loyola, Navy and UMBC look to improve and compete in their respective conferences.

Navy Leads The Way As Women's Soccer Season Begins

Navy women's soccer is in great position to build off of a solid 2015 campaign and contend for a Patriot League championship, while Loyola, Maryland, Towson and UMBC are seeking better fortunes.

U.S. Women's Soccer's Crystal Dunn Talks Equal Pay, Zika Virus

Despite concerns over equal pay and the Zika virus, Washington Spirit forward Crystal Dunn says she'll have one thing on her mind in Rio -- bringing back gold for the U.S.

New On Job, Tim O'Donohue Quickly Preparing For Navy Soccer Season

Hired to take over the Navy soccer team July 1, Tim O'Donohue is working quickly to prepare a Midshipmen squad that finished 8-9-1 last season.

Former Tiger Katie Ponce Using Soccer To 'Change The World'

Former Towson soccer player Katie Ponce is spending a year in Uganda participating in Soccer Without Boarders, which uses soccer to help children.

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