Quantrell Jones A Big Presence In Net For UMBC Men's Soccer
Quantrell Jones looks like a football player, but soccer is the UMBC goalkeeper's sanctuary. "It's like my happy place," Jones said. "It's somewhere I can go and I can relax and I can have fun. It's that one place where every little thing goes away for me."
Baltimore Blast Announce 2019-20 Regular Season Schedule
The Baltimore Blast will play a 24-game regular season schedule in 2019-20, starting off at home against Utica City FC Nov. 22.
Brian Saramago, Barry Sharifi Have Championship Aspirations For Final Year With Loyola Men's Soccer
Seniors Brian Saramago and Barry Sharifi have already accomplished a lot with Loyola men's soccer, but this year they're determined to lead the Greyhounds to something the program hasn't accomplished in a decade: a league championship.
Pete Caringi: Last Year's Title Game Loss Motivation For UMBC Men's Soccer
"It kind of burns in your memory," UMBC men's soccer coach Pete Caringi said of losing to UNH in the America East championship game last year. "And it's one of the reasons to train all summer long to try and get back to that game and hopefully get a better result."
Baltimore Celtic Club Soccer Seeking Three Titles At Youth National Championships
The Baltimore Celtic club soccer program had a club-record three teams qualify for to the 2019 US Youth National Championships, which run July 23-July 28 in Overland Park, Kan. The U-19 squad is seeking a third straight national title.
Former Terps Soccer Star Donovan Pines Fulfilling Dream Of Playing For D.C. United
Donovan Pines' development as a high-level soccer player began at River Hill High School and came to a head during his junior year at Maryland. Now the defender is fulfilling his dream of playing professionally for D.C. United, and there might be more on the way.
Joanna Lohman On USWNT's World Cup Win: 'They Answered Everything On The Field'
Joanna Lohman, a Silver Spring, Md., native who played on the U.S. women's national soccer team from 2001-2007, commended this year's team for staying focused and together throughout the World Cup. "They answered everything on the field," she said.
Glenn Clark: Soccer's The Thing Worth Discussing Regarding USWNT's World Cup Run
Glenn Clark says it was an honor to watch the U.S. women's national soccer team throughout the World Cup, but he says it's a shame the media didn't talk enough about the actual soccer.
Carin Gabarra, Shannon Higgins-Cirovski On World Cup, U.S. Women's National Team
Navy women's soccer coach Carin Gabarra and former Maryland women's soccer coach Shannon Higgins-Cirovski, both of whom were part of the U.S. women's national team that won the 1991 World Cup, offer their take on this year's World Cup team.
Baltimore Blast To Play At SECU Arena Through 2024-25 Season
The Baltimore Blast and Towson University announced April 18 that the Blast will continue playing at SECU Arena through the 2024-25 season. The team is 23-2 all time at SECU.
Baltimore Blast Defender Mike Deasel Puts Out Fires On And Off The Field
Mike Deasel puts out fires -- figuratively and literally. The defender is helping the Baltimore Blast push for a fourth straight league championship while working as a firefighter with the Baltimore County Fire Department in Essex, Md.
Baltimore Blast's Adriano Dos Santos Continues To Lead With Skills, Passion
Since joining the Baltimore Blast in 2009, Adriano Dos Santos has helped the Blast reach eight league finals, winning four, and his passion for the game and life has been long been an asset for the team.
Baltimore Blast Announces Partnership With NBC Sports Washington
The Baltimore Blast announced a partnership with NBC Sports Washington to televise select Blast games on its cable television platforms. "The Blast are pleased to give a larger viewing scope to all of our great fans," said team owner Ed Hale.
Sasho Cirovski 'Couldn't Be More Proud' Of Maryland Men's Soccer Squad
"I just couldn't be more proud of the journey that we had this year with this team, and just really happy for the entire Maryland community that we could put a smile on people's faces in what's been a difficult fall for the university," coach Sasho Cirovski said of Maryland men's soccer's NCAA championship.