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No. 15 Women’s Soccer Upset by Providence

No. 15 Women’s Soccer Upset by Providence

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10/16/2017

The No. 15 Georgetown women’s soccer team (10-3-2, 4-1-1 Big East) fell on the road to Providence (9-6, 4-2 Big East) on Sunday afternoon by a final score of 1-0. The Friars’ senior midfielder Christina Klaum scored the lone goal of the match and a strong defensive showing from her team saw out the upset….

Good Riddance USMNT

Good Riddance USMNT

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10/13/2017

Tuesday night was already set to be dramatic. Lionel Messi and Argentina entered the final round of World Cup qualifying in sixth place, which would keep them out of next summer’s tournament in Russia. In the end, Messi scored a hat trick, Gabriel Jesus a brace, and David Ospina tried to save an indirect free…

No. 12 women’s soccer hosts last place Creighton

No. 12 women’s soccer hosts last place Creighton

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10/04/2017

The No. 12 Georgetown women’s soccer team (9-2-1, 3-0-0 Big East) will look to extend its win streak to five when it hosts the Creighton Bluejays (2-9-1, 0-3-0 Big East) on Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. ET. Georgetown comes into this game firing on all cylinders, winning its last two games by a combined 9-0…

UEFA Champions League Matchday 2 Preview

UEFA Champions League Matchday 2 Preview

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09/26/2017

HERE COME THE VIOLINS!!!!! (You must play this music on repeat as you read this article. It just isn’t the same otherwise). With matchday two in the UEFA Champions League coming up, we at Halftime take a look at the five must watch matches of the round. For the group tables, click here. For the…

Josef Martínez can’t stop scoring

Josef Martínez can’t stop scoring

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09/23/2017

28 games into the MLS season, to have your starting striker providing 17 goals is a solid tally. He would be tied for fourth on the goal scoring charts, with NYCFC’s David Villa, the reigning MLS MVP, leading the way with 19. It’s even better when it’s for an expansion team that’s the second-highest scoring…

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

The Rise and Fall of CONCACAF

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09/18/2017

The start of the 21st century was good for CONCACAF. The United States made the World Cup quarterfinal in 2002, only narrowly losing to eventual runners-up Germany. In 2005, Mexico and the US reached fifth and eighth, respectively, in the FIFA rankings. And then there was 2009. At South Africa’s Confederations Cup, the United States…

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