scored goals – Tom Cosgrave http://tomcosgrave.com/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 11:10:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tomcosgrave.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T165924.844-150x150.png scored goals – Tom Cosgrave http://tomcosgrave.com/ 32 32 Summerall signs letter of intent with Itawamba CC soccer https://tomcosgrave.com/summerall-signs-letter-of-intent-with-itawamba-cc-soccer/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 23:32:36 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/summerall-signs-letter-of-intent-with-itawamba-cc-soccer/ West Lincoln senior Camryn Summerall recently signed a letter from the internet to play football next season at Itawamba Community College in Fulton. Seated are her parents Danyll Summerall and Chris Summerall. Standing, left to right, are assistant coach Jeremy Johnson, head coach Dane Hodges and assistant coach Tori Jones. West Lincoln senior football player […]]]>

West Lincoln senior football player Camryn Summerall is heading about 275 miles north of Flea Hop to pursue her career at the college level.

Summerall recently signed a letter of intent to outfit the Itawamba Community College women’s soccer team next season.

The 5-foot-5 Summerall has been a mainstay on the field of the WL soccer team since the program’s inception while in college.

Named Region 7-Class I Offensive MVP last season, Summerall scored 36 goals as a senior to lead the Bears offensively.

Under coach Dane Hodges, West Lincoln finished 8-10 overall and 6-4 in regional play in the 2021-22 football campaign.

One thing that sets Summerall apart is his tenacity. Watch her play catcher for the West Lincoln softball team and that courage is on display.

Hodges says that’s part of what sets her apart.

“She’s so tough and always found a way to score when we needed it most,” Hodges said. “I think her creativity is what sets her apart too. She has a natural ability to find ways to get the ball into the net.

At the ICC, Summerall will play for former Co-Lin and Southwest head coach David Strother. Strother was hired from Itawamba in 2015 and the Indians finished 5-9 last season in MACCC play.

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RH’s Stevens continues football career with Quakers – The Tribune https://tomcosgrave.com/rhs-stevens-continues-football-career-with-quakers-the-tribune/ Mon, 14 Mar 2022 03:36:11 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/rhs-stevens-continues-football-career-with-quakers-the-tribune/ Rock Hill Redwomen senior football star Emmi Stevens has signed a letter of intent to play for the Wilmington Lady Quakers. Attending the signing ceremony were: seated left to right, sister Bella Stevens, father Robert Stevens, Emmi and mother Myra Stevens; standing is Rock Hill head coach Summer Collins. (Photo by Tim Gearhart) By Jim […]]]>

Rock Hill Redwomen senior football star Emmi Stevens has signed a letter of intent to play for the Wilmington Lady Quakers. Attending the signing ceremony were: seated left to right, sister Bella Stevens, father Robert Stevens, Emmi and mother Myra Stevens; standing is Rock Hill head coach Summer Collins. (Photo by Tim Gearhart)

By Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

PEDRO — Four more years! Four more years!

It is a traditional song for those who support an incumbent president running for a second term.

Emmi Stevens

Emmi Stevens is not a politician but she is a football player and will add another four years to her career after signing on Friday to play for the Wilmington Lady Quakers.

Not only does Stevens add four more years, but she is Rock Hill’s football commander-in-chief as she becomes the first Redwomen four-year-old to play college football.

“It’s very exciting,” Redwomen coach Summer Collins said of Stevens’ letter of intent with Wilmington.

“She is the first girl from this group of seniors to play women’s varsity soccer for four years because we are a four-year program. Now she is the first girl to be signed to play college football, which is a huge accomplishment in itself.

Wilmington has always been at the top of Stevens’ list of possible college choices. She also spoke with Wittenberg and was contacted by Marshall.

“I wanted to go to Wilmington because my sister (Bella) is going there and she could show me around and I like the coach,” Stevens said, noting his sister runs for the Lady Quakers.

The Quakers lose 10 seniors from last season’s squad, but she said there’s nothing certain about her position on the depth chart and she knows leveling up will take time .

“There was nothing that was a guaranteed spot, but I’m so excited,” Stevens said. “Playing at this level is so much faster. It’s pass, pass, pass, pass. It’s going to be different and it’s going to be hard to get used to, but I’m up for the challenge.

“I’m going to have to work very hard because it’s a very different pace and everyone is fine.”

Football is not the only sport played by Stevens. In fact, its past sporting history has a plethora of activities.

She has played soccer and softball for the past four years, been a cheerleader for three years, played basketball for two years, and ran one year in track and cross country.

“I’ve been playing softball since I was little. I have clapped since I was little. Basketball was my favorite, but when I started playing football and got to high school, football became my favorite,” Stevens said.

Stevens was an outside midfielder for the Redwomen and she expects to play in the same position at Wilmington.

As an outside midfielder, she scored 36 goals in her career, including the program’s first goal. She also had 36 assists.

Rock Hill won a third straight Ohio Valley Conference title last season and reached the district final for the first time in program history. She said the home section title game was one of her most memorable moments.

“Winning OVC was fun and we won the sections and it was a home game and we had a really good crowd. Our student section was really good. We never had a big student section. It was really intense. It was fun and going to district finals was fun,” she said.

“I was really proud of myself and my team. We worked so hard over the summer. We worked from May to the season. We had a lot of new players and some had never played and they were starters.

Stevens has served as team captain for the past two years, twice first-team All-OVC, first-team Coaches All-District last season, a second all-district team selection as a junior, all district honorable mention as a freshman and sophomore and she was named offensive player of the year.

“She was voted captain for two years, so that speaks for itself and she will work hard and be fine,” Collins said.

Stevens said Collins and her assistant Josh Reynolds had been big influences on her along with her mother Myra.

“I used to go down. I was a bit of a Debbie Downer. I was going down very easily and they always pushed me to be better. And my mother. She would be in the crowd screaming and screaming and that would keep me going,” Stevens said.

A graduate with honors, Stevens plans to major in education with possible plans to coach youth soccer.

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DCHS Soccer Talent Allie Wilbur signs with Waynesburg University https://tomcosgrave.com/dchs-soccer-talent-allie-wilbur-signs-with-waynesburg-university/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 12:09:37 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/dchs-soccer-talent-allie-wilbur-signs-with-waynesburg-university/ March 13, 2022By: Dwayne Page Allie Wilbur, a gifted senior Lady Tiger football player, signed a letter of intent Friday with Waynesburg University to play college football for the Lady Yellow Jackets next season after graduating in May. Waynesburg University is located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. Members of his family, his coach and other players joined […]]]>

March 13, 2022
By: Dwayne Page

Allie Wilbur, a gifted senior Lady Tiger football player, signed a letter of intent Friday with Waynesburg University to play college football for the Lady Yellow Jackets next season after graduating in May.

Waynesburg University is located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.

Members of his family, his coach and other players joined Wilbur in the signing.

In addition to continuing his football career, Wilbur plans to study forensic investigation at Waynesburg.

“I will be majoring in forensic investigation and pursuing a career in crime scene investigation,” Wilbur said. “I chose Waynesburg because I felt it was the best opportunity because I could get the forensic training I wanted, and I could also play football at the next level, which was a big goal. C It’s a really good opportunity and I believe I can grow there,” she said.

During his high school years, Wilbur anchored the Lady Tiger football team on the left wing.

“I have really enjoyed playing for Coach K and the Lady Tigers for the past four years. They have been the best years of my life and I have made a lot of close friends. I have played left wing. The wing left is outside the left side of the field, and I pretty much moved the ball up and down that sideline and put it in midfield for the striker and created goal-scoring opportunities,” Wilbur said.

Allie said she developed a love for football at an early age and has been playing the sport since she was little. As a high school football star on the women’s team, Allie followed in the footsteps of her father Andrew Wilbur who also played football at DCHS for Coach K on the men’s team.

“Allie was a good captain. She’s a quiet leader and doesn’t talk much, but she leads by example,” DCHS football coach Dylan Kleparek said. “This year she’s been a real leader for us on the team, not just on the pitch but in the way she’s acted, and, by the way, the other girls have followed her in that attitude. Allie has scored several goals. She played on the left wing for all four years and was a hard worker on the pitch. Allie also had plenty of assists where she put the ball in the box and gave others people the opportunity to score. She’s got a strong left leg and she’s a strong player,” said coach K.

The fact that Allie was also Coach K’s first second generation player also made his coaching experience that bit more special.

“I coached her dad (Andrew) in the boys program and seeing Allie doing the girls program too was really awesome. Andrew was on the first two teams I had. After 20 years I’ve been around long enough to see the next generation and that’s pretty exciting,” he said.

Waynesburg University is a private university located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. It was established in 1850 and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in over 70 academic concentrations. The university has over 2,500 students, including about 1,800 undergraduates. Waynesburg University is a member of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC).

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Did the Lionel Messi era end with the defeat of Paris Saint-Germain? https://tomcosgrave.com/did-the-lionel-messi-era-end-with-the-defeat-of-paris-saint-germain/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 01:52:24 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/did-the-lionel-messi-era-end-with-the-defeat-of-paris-saint-germain/ By Doug McIntyreFOX Sports Football Writer That’s not how it has to end Lionel Messi. I’m not just talking about the greatest player of all time’s UEFA Champions League debut campaign with Paris Saint-Germain, which ended on Wednesday with Real Madrid’s 3-1 victory in the round of 16. Now the question must be asked: is […]]]>

By Doug McIntyre
FOX Sports Football Writer

That’s not how it has to end Lionel Messi.

I’m not just talking about the greatest player of all time’s UEFA Champions League debut campaign with Paris Saint-Germain, which ended on Wednesday with Real Madrid’s 3-1 victory in the round of 16.

Now the question must be asked: is the Messi era definitely over?

As hard as it is to admit, the evidence is starting to pile up. With his side knocked out of the world’s top club competition, it’s impossible to ignore him any longer. The cold truth is that the GOAT, who dominated his sport like no other for the better part of two decades and won his record seventh Ballon d’Or award as the best player in the world in 2021, is currently not close to the best players. in the game.

Let’s be clear: it’s not Messi’s fault that PSG, who sang the Argentine living legend last August expressly as the last piece needed to win their first European title, lost to the record 13 champions at the Estadio Bernabéu.

The visitors, who went into the deciding game of the two-legged scoring series with a 1-0 lead after a Kylian Mbappe strike in last month’s opener in Paris, were in complete control during the first hour.

But it was Mbappe, not Messi, who was easily the best player on the pitch for either team. And when France’s World Cup winner scored again to double PSG’s advantage (Mbappe also had two other spectacular goals recalled for offside), PSG looked almost certain to advance to the quarter-finals and to eliminate the hosts in their first knockout game. for the fourth time in five seasons.

Then an error by goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma changed everything. Real Madrid hadn’t done much so far; their best chance was a curled shot from Karim Benzema that Donnarumma put his fingertips around the far post in the first half. But when the Italian backstop took a heavy throw in front of his own net and provided a 61st-minute equalizer for Benzema, Madrid stole all the momentum.

There were 30 minutes left to play. PSG led 2-1 on aggregate. But rather than respond, they imploded. Their confidence was shaken and the skillful combination play with which they had dominated much of the game was gone. Suddenly they couldn’t keep the ball or defend; Benzema’s second and third goals of the night came straight from unforced turnovers.

You can’t attribute anything to Messi. Meanwhile, the former Barcelona headliner was also virtually invisible, a shadow of his former self, in both games against arch-rivals Barca.

The thing is, that’s been the case all season. With just two goals in 17 Ligue 1 appearances, Messi hasn’t adapted to the French premier league. Seven months later, he hasn’t adapted to his new teammates either. That fantasy league frontline of Messi, Mbappe and Brazil star Neymar just didn’t click, apart from a few fleeting moments.

Messi’s Champions League stats have been documented on this disconnect. He scored five goals in the group stage, including one in a memorable win over Manchester City. But he was not signed for the first round. And when it mattered most, Messi was badly beaten by Mbappe (perhaps the best player in the world in his current form), Neymar (who set up Mbappe’s two strikes against Madrid), his 34-year-old compatriot Benzema and the young Real Vinícius Júnior winger. .

With two minutes remaining and a chance to force extra time, Messi had one last chance to restore his legend, to produce yet another piece of magic, as he has done so many times in his incomparable career. Instead, his left-footed free-kick sailed harmlessly over the crossbar as the Bernabéu supporters he had tormented for so long gave mocking cheers.

It certainly wasn’t meant to end like this. After reaching the bottom four the previous two seasons, this was supposed to be PSG’s year. It’s hard to know how different the club will be in 2022-23, but it won’t be the same. Mbappe, who was heavily chased by Real Madrid last summer, looked almost gone even before Wednesday. Ditto for coach Mauricio Pochettino, who is expected to land with Manchester United.

Messi still has one year left on his contract. But realistically, it was his last and best chance to win a fifth Champions League title before hanging up his boots. He will be 35 in June. He will play his fifth World Cup in November. Time finally catches up with him. He’s the only opponent the GOAT has ever had a chance against.

That’s not to say that Messi can’t still delight football fans around the world for a few more years, even if the expectations are different. A turn in MLS is possible. Or maybe he will return to Spain and retire as a Barcelona player. It would be appropriate.

Wherever he goes, we’ll watch him – but perhaps more to remember the unstoppable player he was than the one he inevitably became.

One of North America’s most prominent football journalists, Doug McIntyre has covered the United States men’s and women’s national teams in more than a dozen countries, including several FIFA World Cups. Prior to joining FOX Sports, the New York native was a staff writer for Yahoo Sports and ESPN. Follow him on Twitter @ByDougMcIntyre.


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Cougar Soccer opens season with 5-1 win over Whale Branch https://tomcosgrave.com/cougar-soccer-opens-season-with-5-1-win-over-whale-branch/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 22:00:00 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/cougar-soccer-opens-season-with-5-1-win-over-whale-branch/ By CINDY CROSBY The Colleton County Cougar football team opened the regular season with a 5-1 win over non-conference opponent Whale Branch High School on March 1 at home. In the first Region VII-AAAA game of the season, the Cougars were shut out 8-0 by May River High School on March 4. In the win […]]]>

By CINDY CROSBY

The Colleton County Cougar football team opened the regular season with a 5-1 win over non-conference opponent Whale Branch High School on March 1 at home. In the first Region VII-AAAA game of the season, the Cougars were shut out 8-0 by May River High School on March 4.

In the win over Whale Branch High School, Jeremiah Howell had two goals and an assist and Westin Palmer had a goal and an assist. Avery Floresca and Chandler McMillan each added a goal and Evan Stroble was credited with an assist.

In the loss to No. 3-ranked May River High School, the Cougars trailed 7-0 at halftime.

“After giving up two quick goals in the first three minutes, the team refused to attack, which played into the way May River played,” coach Brian Reid said. “We wanted to play defensively so as not to give up the first goals and shorten the game to half time, but instead we refused to advance and collapsed towards goal creating all sorts of problems for us. themselves and chances for May River.

“We’re a young team, and it was the first time we were challenged from the opening whistle. We just didn’t respond by losing our defensive and offensive form,” Reid said.

“Azion White played phenomenally at goalkeeper in the May River game,” he said. “He had at least 10 amazing saves and finished with 20 saves on the night. After the game, the May River coach acknowledged his game, saying he was fantastic, and we should have a great season if he keeps playing like that every night.

During the preseason, the Cougars faced Wade Hampton High School (loss, 3-2) and Colleton Prep Academy (victory, 5-1).

“Our scrimmage against Wade Hampton was a home and away game with us trailing 1-0 at halftime,” coach Brian Reid said. “We took a 2-1 lead in the second half but conceded a late goal from a corner following a play error by the defense and the goalkeeper. It was a great learning experience. We had some good moments and some not so good ones, but you could say it was our first scrum. We’re going to have to play more like a team.

“In our scrum against Colleton Prep, we scored all of our goals in the second half,” Reid said. “The first half didn’t go as planned because we failed to manage our business. We played much better in the second half managing our attack and communicating. We are young with two seniors, a few juniors and sophomores, and a large number of freshmen.

Colleton County has a 1-1 overall record and an 0-1 start in regional play. They were due to travel to Lucy Beckham High School on March 8 and host Hilton Head High School on March 11.

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Sunny Hills Boys Soccer Team Wins CIF Title With Overtime Victory Over Norte Vista https://tomcosgrave.com/sunny-hills-boys-soccer-team-wins-cif-title-with-overtime-victory-over-norte-vista/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 05:59:34 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/sunny-hills-boys-soccer-team-wins-cif-title-with-overtime-victory-over-norte-vista/ Sunny Hills players and coaches celebrate after the team won the CIF title on Saturday night. (Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone). In his 34 years with the Sunny Hills men’s soccer program, Coach Mike Shade has had a number of great teams…CIF Champions, CIF Finalists, CIF Semi-Finalists, CIF Quarter-Finals, Freeway Champions […]]]>

Sunny Hills players and coaches celebrate after the team won the CIF title on Saturday night. (Photo courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone).

In his 34 years with the Sunny Hills men’s soccer program, Coach Mike Shade has had a number of great teams…CIF Champions, CIF Finalists, CIF Semi-Finalists, CIF Quarter-Finals, Freeway Champions League… you get the picture.

And now you can add another Lancer team to that story…. The 2202 Lancers, who won the CIF Men’s Division 3 soccer title on Saturday night with a 1-0 overtime win over Norte Vista at Ramona High School in Riverside.

And where does this team rank among the legends of Sunny Hills?

“I’ll leave that to the oldies to discuss,” said a drenched Schade with a smile.

When the fights start, and they’re in good spirits, this Lancer team will have a pretty good record.

A year ago, this team’s key players were part of a squad that finished fifth in the Freeway League as the Lancers missed the CIF playoffs for the first time in 20 seasons.

This led to a season this year with one goal.

“Our goal was to win a CIF championship,” Schade said.

Sunny Hills achieved this goal in a remarkable way. The team is 18-3-4 this season and will play again when regional SoCal pairings are announced on Sunday.

The Lancers won Saturday’s game when, eight minutes into the first overtime, Justin Coen sent a long pass to Matthias Brown who won a run for the ball, got the keeper out, then fired a shot in the empty net.

The victory was on the 14and in 15 games in which the Lancers have scored more than two goals just once.

In their run to the playoffs, Sunny Hills beat Canyon (2-0, Santiago (Garden Grove (2-0), Palmdale (1-1, penalty shootout win, 3-1), Valley View of Moreno Valley ( 2-1 in overtime) and Norte Vista (1-0 in overtime.

—Courtesy of Jim McCormack, for OC Sports Zone

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The Colombian footballer said he would like to be president or coach of a team. https://tomcosgrave.com/the-colombian-footballer-said-he-would-like-to-be-president-or-coach-of-a-team/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 00:09:24 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/the-colombian-footballer-said-he-would-like-to-be-president-or-coach-of-a-team/ James Rodríguez experiences moments of chiaroscuro in Qatar. In the last three games, he has scored two goals, but his side Al Rayyan are not recovering and are close to relegation positions. Last week, in a broadcast on his From Twitch channel, the Colombian ’10’ assured that he was considering leaving Arab […]]]>



James Rodríguez experiences moments of chiaroscuro in Qatar. In the last three games, he has scored two goals, but his side Al Rayyan are not recovering and are close to relegation positions.

Last week, in a broadcast on his From Twitch channel, the Colombian ’10’ assured that he was considering leaving Arab football. This week, the Turkish press revealed that his agent Jorge Mendes had contacts with people from Galatasaray to take him to Falcao’s former team.

Now, in a new conversation with his followers on the streaming network, The Cucuta man touched on a subject that not all footballers want to think about: retirement.

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James Rodríguez is thirty years old and is already thinking about what his farewell to football will be like. And, according to the footballer, the retirement date is closer than many think.

The Colombian footballer said he would like to be president or coach of a team.

“I think you have to leave football and not that football leaves you”he first told his followers.

Then, reflecting on age, he said: “35 or 36 is a good age to retire”.

When asked what he would like to do after hanging up his guayos, Rodríguez assured that he would like to continue being linked to football.

“I would like to be president or coach of a club”
answered ’10’.

“I want to contribute to Colombian football,” he added.

James Rodríguez returns to action next Tuesday with Al Rayyan at 8:50 a.m. Colombian time against Qatar SC.




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Callaway Boys’ Soccer Team claim more wins than all of last season in just nine games – Reuters Sports News https://tomcosgrave.com/callaway-boys-soccer-team-claim-more-wins-than-all-of-last-season-in-just-nine-games-reuters-sports-news/ Fri, 25 Feb 2022 04:18:13 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/callaway-boys-soccer-team-claim-more-wins-than-all-of-last-season-in-just-nine-games-reuters-sports-news/ The Mercy of the Callaway Boys’ Football Team reigned over Bowdon 12-2 on Thursday night. Callaway went 7-0-2 this season and they’ve now won more games than all of last season. It was a short game for the Cavaliers as they reached the 10-goal mercy rule in 68and minutes of play. “We came out focused, […]]]>

The Mercy of the Callaway Boys’ Football Team reigned over Bowdon 12-2 on Thursday night. Callaway went 7-0-2 this season and they’ve now won more games than all of last season. It was a short game for the Cavaliers as they reached the 10-goal mercy rule in 68and minutes of play.

“We came out focused, controlled the ball and scored some quick goals,” said head coach Mike Petite.

Jostin Raymundo was the star for the Cavaliers with a hat trick in the first half, including a goal from the penalty spot. He also contributed with two assists.

Greyson Batchelor and Connor Davis each scored two goals apiece. Jurnee Jordan, Brett Belton, Eli Jones, Angel Velasquez and Nitler Recinos all got on the scoresheet with a goal. Recinos is the starting keeper, but had to play outside the box as the scoreline moved away from Bowdon.

Jones also had an assist with Nelson Herrera with two.

The Cavaliers conceded two goals in the game, both coming on field trades as head coach Mike Petite gave everyone time.

Bowdon’s keeper was out of control the whole game and could have been sent off – he conceded two penalties but only received one caution. The Cavaliers scored from the first penalty but were unable to complete the second.

Despite the score in favor of the Cavaliers, all was not rosy and sunny.

“Our team defends to be better,” Petite said. “We conceded two goals because we made mistakes not only at the back, but we made mistakes up front. Our defense starts with our forwards.

The Cavaliers left the field with a victory for the Callaway faithful but were playing for something much bigger than that tonight.

“This is our seventh annual cancer awareness game,” Petite said. “The guys all had pink ribbon on their wrists with someone’s name in it. Personally, my wife and my mother-in-law were affected by this at the same time, so there is obviously a personal connection for me and all the boys.

Both Callaway teams sported pink jerseys they can keep forever.

The regional kick Cavaliers play on Tuesday March 1 against Bremen.

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Football announces 2022 spring schedule https://tomcosgrave.com/football-announces-2022-spring-schedule/ Thu, 24 Feb 2022 21:49:19 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/football-announces-2022-spring-schedule/ birch fuller February 24, 2022 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Razorback football team set their spring game slate on Thursday afternoon, head coach Colby Hale announced. Arkansas will host two of its four games at Razorback Field, hosting the TCU Horned Frogs and Oklahoma Sooners in Fayetteville. The schedule begins Saturday, March 5, when the Hogs […]]]>


FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Razorback football team set their spring game slate on Thursday afternoon, head coach Colby Hale announced. Arkansas will host two of its four games at Razorback Field, hosting the TCU Horned Frogs and Oklahoma Sooners in Fayetteville.

The schedule begins Saturday, March 5, when the Hogs travel to face TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. The Horned Frogs are coming off a 19-win season and their second consecutive Sweet Sixteen appearance. They finished second in the Big 12 conference standings. The game time has not been set.

TCU will visit Fayetteville 29 days later, playing Arkansas on Sunday, April 3 at Razorback Field. The first kick is set for 1:00 p.m. CT and the match will be free to the public.

The Razorbacks then head to St. Louis, Missouri for a game against the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday, April 9. Iowa is coming off a 12-6-2 season. The two teams last met in the spring of 2019, also in the St. Louis area where Arkansas won the game 2-0. Junior Anna Podojil scored one of the goals.

The Hogs will host Oklahoma for the final game on the spring roster, scheduled for 11:00 a.m. CT on Saturday, April 23 at Razorback Field. The Sooners last visited Fayetteville in 2019, where they escaped with a 1-0 victory in double overtime. The game will be closed to the public.

Spring schedule
at TCU – Saturday, March 5 at TBD
TCU – Sunday, April 3 at 1 p.m. CT
Iowa – Saturday, April 9 at TBD (in St. Louis)
Oklahoma – Saturday, April 23 at 11 a.m. CT (Closed to the public)

Listen to Coach Hale

Each schedule does spring and their spring game schedule is a little different. For us, we are committed to being the best program in the country. To do this, you have to play the best competition you can find. We like this schedule and believe we will be better off late spring than early. That’s the point.

Arkansas is coming off the most successful season in school history, winning the program’s best 19 games and making its first Elite 8 appearance. The Hogs also won their third straight regular-season title in the SEC and advanced to their sixth consecutive SEC Tournament Finals.

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CF Montreal strengthens its attack with the signing of Kei Kamara https://tomcosgrave.com/cf-montreal-strengthens-its-attack-with-the-signing-of-kei-kamara/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 23:12:35 +0000 https://tomcosgrave.com/cf-montreal-strengthens-its-attack-with-the-signing-of-kei-kamara/ Breadcrumb Links Sports Soccer MLS Montreal Football Club Kamara, 37, is the fifth all-time top scorer in MLS history, with 130 goals and 47 assists in 359 regular season games. Minnesota United forward Kei Kamara jumps over Houston Dynamo defender Victor Cabrera during the second half of an MLS game in St. Paul, Minnesota on […]]]>

Kamara, 37, is the fifth all-time top scorer in MLS history, with 130 goals and 47 assists in 359 regular season games.

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Kei Kamara, one of Major League Soccer’s most dominant – and dangerous – forwards with a reputation for terrorizing defences, was signed by CF Montreal on Friday until this season, with an option for 2023.

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Kamara, 37, has spent 15 seasons in MLS and is the fifth all-time leading scorer in league history, with 130 goals and 47 assists in 359 regular season appearances. CFM becomes its ninth MLS team.

“In the absence of many attacking options, whether through injury or illness…we have had to take steps to strengthen our squad,” sporting director Olivier Renard said in a statement. “Kei is a very experienced player in MLS whose attacking abilities will help us both on the pitch and in the locker room with our young group of players.”

Kamara, 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, returns to MLS for the first time since 2020, when he played for Colorado and Minnesota United. The Sierra Leone native recently returned to Europe, playing for Finnish club HIFK last summer. He has scored five goals in 14 games, all of them as starters.

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