Five teams from Long Island and the New York Metropolitan area are among 48 teams that have qualified for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s Girls Playoffs that begin June 20.
The Hauppauge Storm are Arch Cup Platinum champions after defeating fellow Long Islanders Plainview/Old Bethpage Strikers 3-0.
The Stony Brook Hawks would score only once, but one goal was all it needed to defeat Coliseum Arsenal of Utica 1-0 and win the Boys U-11 Arch Cup Gold title.
Four different players scored to give the Bethpage Blues a 4-3 win over Hauppauge FC Strikers and with it the Boys U-11 Arch Cup Platinum title.
The Massapequa Lady Spurs defeated Sachem Black, 5-2, on June 1 at Stringham Park in LaGrange, N.Y., in a final between two Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) teams.
In a final between two Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) teams, the New Hyde Park Leopards beat the Plainedge Heat, 4-1, on June 1 at Stringham Park in LaGrange.
It was a big day at the Women’s World Cup for England on Friday, and it was a day that former St. John’s standout Rachel Daly will likely not forget.
For the first time in its five year history, New York City FC (NYCFC) has advanced to the Fifth Round of the U.S. Open Cup after its 4-0 win over North Carolina FC on Wednesday.