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FROM ONE TEAM TO ANOTHER
After returning to NYC FC Starting XI, Matarrita hopes to miss next home due to Costa Rica recall
Ronald Matarrita: "It's an extra motivation for me to play well while I'm here so that I can hopefully get called up by them. It would be great for me especially after coming back from this injury."
Ronald Matarrita: "It's an extra motivation for me to play well while I'm here so that I can hopefully get called up by them. It would be great for me especially after coming back from this injury."
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After doing his best to get fit and get back into the New York City FC Starting XI, Ronald Matarrita will do his best to try to miss the team's next home game against D.C. United Sept. 1. Complete story
STRONG RETURNING CAST
Hofstra men poised for another memorable season
The Hofstra men's team enters the season coming off one of the best campaigns in program history: the Pride captured the Colonial Athletic Association championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2006. Complete story

OFFSIDE REMARKS
NYC FC, Red Bulls, Cosmos have forged their personalities by now, for better and for worse
David Villa and his NYC FC teammates have turned the corner .
Here we are as September approaches and one thing is quite certain: Regardless what league they play in, the three area men's soccer teams have formed personalities, for better or worse.
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Michael Lewis
OFFSIDE REMARKS
NYC FC, Red Bulls, Cosmos have forged their personalities by now, for better and for worse
Here we are as September approaches and one thing is quite certain: Regardless what league they play in, the three area men's soccer teams have formed personalities, for better or worse.

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Charles Cuttone
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With a voice, WNT players can do greater good
On Saturday, the WNBA rescinded a fine it had issued to several teams and players because the players used pregame warm-up gear to promote social causes. It wasn't that the league objected to the players taking a social stance, hence the rescinding of the fine. The players in question wore shirts that said #BlackLivesMatter and #Dallas5. Thatís not exactly a soccer story. But it is relevant.
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My Two Cents
MY TWO CENTS
Lionel Messi -- a final roll call
Wednesday, Aug. 10, bodes to be a very critical day for a world given to international football or soccer. This is the day a certain meeting is scheduled to take place, perhaps on camera, between two men whose reverberations may change the entire course of history for a certain global favorite and that of his nation.
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IN SEARCH OF . . .
. . . the right soccer camp for your children

Trying to find the right soccer camp for your child can entail a lot of hard work. But if you ask the right questions and do the correct research, your son or daughter will definitely enjoy a week or two of their summer vacation and have a pleasant educational experience as well.

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FOURTH TIME NOT A CHARM
CSL Report: Lansdowne Bhoys' try for a 4th trophy ends with a loss to Christos FC in Region I final

Lansdowne Bhoys succumbed, 1-0, to Marylandís Christos FC in the USASA Region 1 Amateur Open final in Horsham, Pa. last Sunday.

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KNOCK ON WOOD THRICE
Monmouth women play Lehigh to 0-0 tie

SOME EXTRA EFFORT
Seton Hall women down Army in OT, 1-0

STRONG RETURNING CAST
Hofstra men poised for another memorable season

BIG EAST D HONORS
St. John''s Urbanski women's defensive player of week

NO DECISION YET
Cosmos deny report they will likely leave Hofstra and move to MCU Park

FROM ONE TEAM TO ANOTHER
After returning to NYC FC Starting XI, Matarrita hopes to miss next home due to Costa Rica recall

MLS ROUNDUP
DCU rallies in the rain; Sounders win third straight

OFFSIDE REMARKS
NYC FC, Red Bulls, Cosmos have forged their personalities by now, for better and for worse

A WINNING WEEKEND
St. John's women best Albany, 3-0, to go 2-0

THE UNOFFICIAL MANTRA
Marsch on having a two-goal lead: 'It's a mentality of here we go again'

THAT'S SO RAVEN
Edwards' late goal lifts Stony Brook women into tie

AN UPHILL CLIMB
10-player Hofstra falls to PSU women, 3-1

CAN'T CLOSE IT OUT AGAIN
Red Bulls 2nd-half road woes continue as they fail to finish off D.C., settle for 2-2 tie

HOLY TOLEDO
Rockets drub Wagner women, 5-1

NEW TOURNAMENT
New Jersey Youth Soccer unveils Commissioners Cup

EARLIER KICKOFF
Pending inclement weather forces St. John's women to start game hour earlier

MLS ROUNDUP
Fire post historic road win; Villa and Giovinco both score to stay on top of Golden Boot race

NASL ROUNDUP
Eddies edge ahead with another 1-0 victory

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Of Cosmos' 2-1 win in Puerto Rico

STOPPAGE-TIME THRILLER
For 2nd week in a row, Cosmos register stoppage-time win, this time in Puerto Rico

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