US Women's Stars Hope, Cautiously, That a New Pro League Will Form

Victoria soccer team, Germany (LOC)
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Victoria soccer team, Germany

[between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]

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US Women's Stars Hope, Cautiously, That a New Pro League Will Form
Published: September 1, 2012. ROCHESTER — Three weeks after a gold medal victory at the Olympics, the United States women's soccer team gathered here Friday for a leisurely practice in advance of Saturday's first game of a 10-game celebratory tour.
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Soccer-Taylor ankle break sours Swansea's flying start
LONDON, Sept 2 (Reuters) – Premier League high flyers Swansea City will be without left back Neil Taylor for the rest of the season after the Wales international suffered a broken ankle during Saturday's 2-2 home draw with Sunderland, the club has …
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OU soccer: Sooners knock off Northern Arizona, 3-1
The Oklahoma Sooners women's soccer team came back from a 1-0 deficit to score three unanswered goals on Sept. 2 to defeat Northern Arizona, 3-1. OU received goals from three different scorers in the game, with Zoe Dickson, Renae Cuellar and Amy …

Girls soccer preview: Caper Tigers know they won't sneak up on anybody this year
The playoff run, which surprised many of the region's soccer fans, has Lower Cape May pegged as the Cape-Atlantic League's team to watch this year. The Caper Tigers open this season Friday at 4 p.m. at Buena Regional. "We flew way under the radar …
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