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The Weekly List: Soundtrack to My Freshman Year

The Weekly List: Soundtrack to My Freshman Year

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06/28/2016

My memories of GAAP weekend are hazy and fragmented. I have a vague recollection of being circled up with strangers on Healy lawn, encouraged to “bond” through games such as “two-truths and a lie” or being completely unprepared to tackle the steep slopes of the hilltop in uncomfortable flats. I fuzzily remember sitting in Gaston…

Copa América Centenario: Final Preview

Copa América Centenario: Final Preview

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06/26/2016

It’s a rematch of the round one matchup between Argentina and Chile, but more importantly it’s the rematch of last year’s Copa América final. For Argentina, it’s their third major tournament final in as many years. For Chile, it’s their chance to defend their crown against the best team in the world. Last year’s final…

Copa América Centenario: Semifinal Preview

Copa América Centenario: Semifinal Preview

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06/21/2016

USA vs. Argentina The United States once again have their backs against the wall. They face an Argentina team that has won all four of its games comfortably, has only conceded twice during the tournament, can bring the second leading goalscorer in the Premier League (Sergio Aguero) off the bench, and have the man who…

UEFA Euro 2016: Round Two Analysis

UEFA Euro 2016: Round Two Analysis

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06/18/2016

France, Italy, and Spain have officially qualified for the knockout stage, and the rest of the round of 16 is starting to take shape. More thrilling plays, more upsets, and more great goals (many of them late) have all come with this round of games. Here are the best from round two of the group…

Copa América Centenario: Round Three Analysis

Copa América Centenario: Round Three Analysis

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06/17/2016

Group A USA 1-0 Paraguay DeAndre Yedlin complicated matters a little bit, but the United States were able to hold on and secure a hard fought 1-0 victory over a Paraguay team that gave them all they could handle. Brad Guzan had a statement match with a huge double save late in the second half,…

UEFA Euro 2016: Round One Analysis

UEFA Euro 2016: Round One Analysis

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06/17/2016

The first round of the 2016 European Championship group stage has concluded. Some teams surprised, while others disappointed, but every game had its exciting moments. Here are some of the most notable so far as Round 2 gets underway.   France 2 – 1 Romania: The Hosts Leave It Late Coming into the tournament as…

Halftime on the Ground: State of the USMNT

Halftime on the Ground: State of the USMNT

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06/17/2016

I’m going to preface this article with a word of advice for readers: if you ever have the chance to go to an international soccer game featuring your home country, do it. This was my third time seeing the United States play, and it never disappoints. There’s just something about sporting red, white, and blue…

Copa América Centenario: Round Two Analysis

Copa América Centenario: Round Two Analysis

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06/11/2016

Round two is officially complete. Where the teams stand, and what they must do to survive, are clearer now. Group A   USA 4-0 Costa Rica This was much better going forward for the United States than what they showed against Colombia. Clint Dempsey looked like the player that scored in thirty seconds against Ghana,…

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