Back to back games are a turnaround unimaginable for a professional soccer player but unavoidable in Canada’s largest intercollegiate sport conference, the OUA (Ontario University Athletics).
On a day when the Men’s Varsity Blues soccer team struggled to break down a stubborn Nipissing Lakers, their backline came up with clinical plays in a 3-0 victory at Varsity Stadium. Defenders Nikola Stakic and John Bowyer both highlighted on the scoresheet, sandwiching a captain’s goal by Lukas MacNaughton. The decisive goal arrived in […]
A second half brace from striker, Jozy Altidore, was needed for Toronto FC to complete the comeback and draw the New York Red Bulls 3-3.
Sam Charron has great expectations for both the future of his team and himself in Paralympic 7-a-side soccer. Since winning MVP of an international tournament in Barcelona, Spain back in 2012, at the age of just 14, the Ottawa native has carried himself with a certain level of confidence and composure not often seen within athletes […]
Zissis Katsoulis is a diehard soccer fan. He had no choice. “When I was at home … I could hear when they scored,” he said. Back in Greece, Katsoulis grew up near the Panathinaikos stadium. “When we would go to the games, you could feel it.” Now living in Canada, Katsoulis follows his favourite time in the Panathinaikos fan club location at Pape and Floyd, in East York. “This … is the heart of Panathinaikos in Toronto,” he said, “17 years we’ve been in this place.”
ST. LEO, Fla. – Saint Leo University star forward Arielle Kabangu speaks three languages: French, English, and soccer. Affectionately called “Gu” by her coaches and teammates, the five-foot-10 junior has been the team’s top scorer since moving there from Ottawa in 2013. Overwhelmed with attention from college recruiters as a high school student, the now 20-year-old […]
The Canadian women’s soccer team is heading to Texas to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janero, rallying behind team leader Christine Sinclair.
With the price of oil dropping and the Canadian economy hurting many residents of Toronto, Toronto FC players are finding themselves with a boost to their salaries.
TAMPA, Fla – Roberto Cid is no stranger to the sacrifices that go with playing a Division I sport for a top-ranked university.
When he was 13, the family moved from the Dominican Republic to Florida so that the youngster could pursue a tennis career.
“My sisters wanted to study here and I wanted to play tennis and so because of those things, my parents decided to move here,” Cid said last Friday at the University of South Florida tennis complex.