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TWO LITTLE TOO LATE
Shea, Altidore score in 3-2 loss to Chile
Brek Shea opened the US scoring in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to Chile.
Brek Shea opened the US scoring in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to Chile.
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RANCAGUA, Chile Ė The U.S. Menís National Team opened 2015 with a 3-2 loss to No. 14 FIFA-ranked Chile at Estadio El Teniente.
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DARREN AMBROSE LEAVING PENN
Women's coach headed for Vanderbilt
Darren Ambrose is leaving Penn to become head coach at Vanderbilt. Darren Ambrose, the University of Pennsylvania's most successful women's soccer coach, has resigned Complete story

PHILLY WOMEN'S PLAYER OF YEAR
Soccer News Net choice is La Salle's Kelsey Haycook
La Salle forward Kelsey Haycook has been selected the Philly Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year. Complete story
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OFFSIDE REMARKS
Which goalkeeper should replace Hope Solo if she can't play in the WWC? Barnhart, Harris or Naeher
OK, let's assume the worst case scenario.

Let's say Hope Solo bottoms out and doesn't backstop the United States at the Women's World Cup in Canada this June and July.

Just who will be her replacement?
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CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With bland logo, MLS is a blank slate
In unveiling a new logo on Thursday, part of the launch of a new version of a video game, Major League Soccer hopes to connect with its core audience, millennials.
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BEATING THE HEAT
Graham Zusi talks hydration

Graham Zusi has had to play under various conditions that make it difficult to stay hydrated. Over the past several months, U.S. National team and Sporting Kansas City midfielder Graham Zusi has had to play in places like Azteca Stadium in Mexico City and R.F.K. Stadium on a sweltering June day, as well as at elevation in places like Denver and Salt Lake City, so he's become somewhat of an expert on hydration.

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