• AFP

    Atlanta and New England into playoffs but D.C. slump

    Atlanta United and the New England Revolution secured their places in the MLS playoffs but D.C. United's hopes suffered a blow with a 5-3 defeat at home to the New York Red Bulls.The Revs had their post-season place mathematically booked before the end of their game after D.C. United's loss at home to the Red Bulls.

  • Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

    Loons again gives up too much after halftime, fall 2-1 to St. Louis City

    On Wednesday, Minnesota United conceded three unanswered second-half goals and lost 4-3 at LA Galaxy with playoffs on the line. On Saturday, St. Louis City scored twice after halftime — and after the Loons scored on a 48th-minute penalty kick — in a 2-1 loss played in driving rain at Allianz Field. They lost their third game in eight days, giving up second-half leads in each of the last two ...

  • The Lebanon Democrat, Tenn.

    Missouri Baptist men resist Cumberland 1-0

    Sep. 23—Missouri Baptist's men nabbed an early second half goal and then packed the box to fend off a barrage of Cumberland shots and set piece to hold on for a 1-0 win at Lindsey Donnell Stadium on Wednesday. The Spartans (3-1-3), fresh off of receiving votes in Wednesday's top 25 NAIA soccer coaches' poll, defended chance after chance Cumberland created while playing the final 40 minutes of ...

  • The Telegraph

    Fans ecstatic as Ireland topple Springboks in statement victory

    By the time the final whistle blew and the PA announcer at the Stade de France put on The Cranberries’ Zombie (turning the volume down during the chorus to allow the estimated 30,000 Irish fans packed into the stadium to belt out ‘What’s in your head, in your head? Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie-ie…’) it was difficult to imagine a more enjoyable evening from an Irish perspective.