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Column: World Cup calling for the world’s best

Every four years, the world unites to take part in a sporting event for the ages. No, this isn’t the Olympics. I’m talking about the World Cup. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) holds its annual competition every four years, with the location of the event always varying. This summer it’s being held in Brazil. […]

Women’s soccer gives back

The Weber State University women’s soccer team hosts several soccer camps throughout the year, but last week they held their most popular and best attended camp. “Everyone practice juggling for two minutes, and then we will take a water break,” Weber State soccer assistant coach Mike Manning cheerfully yells at a group of young soccer players at this […]

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Today, there is meant to be an international friendly game of soccer with our beloved red, white and blue against Ukraine. Yes, that is the same Ukraine that is having some political issues. At first, the game was off. The governing body didn’t want to send the team to Cyprus, where the game will be […]

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Soccer falls 0-4 to BYU in NCAA College Cup

All good things must come to an end, and the season for the Weber State University women’s soccer team was no exception. After beating Portland State University in the Big Sky Championship via penalty kicks, WSU lost in the first round of the NCAA College Cup to Brigham Young University in Provo on Friday night […]

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Women’s soccer prepares for NCAA tournament

The Weber State University women’s soccer team will make its third appearance in the NCAA Women’s College Cup, and will do it against a familiar foe. WSU will face in-state rival Brigham Young University at 5 p.m. on Friday at South Field in Provo. The match will be televised live on BYUtv. The Wildcats (10-4-5) […]

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Women’s soccer claims Big Sky Championship

Vengeance can be a beautiful thing —  just ask the Weber State University women’s soccer team. After losing by two in a heartbreaking and somewhat controversial home game less than a month ago against Portland State University, the Wildcats faced the Vikings in the Big Sky Championship match and came away victorious, winning 3-0 in […]

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