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Women’s soccer seems to have reached a turning point in 2019

With greater resources, attention and participation, things are happening. → Read More

'A good starting point’: Gregg Berhalter begins putting stamp on USMNT in win over Ecuador

The team's learning curve was apparent in a 1-0 win over Ecuador in a friendly at Orlando, but there were plenty of positives in the result. → Read More

U.S. soccer tries new path under Coach Gregg Berhalter, and ‘this is the starting point’

Berhalter, who took over in December a program still haunted by its failure to qualify for last year's World Cup, will have his first full cast available for Thursday’s friendly against Ecuador. → Read More

D.C. United signs Griffin Yow, 16, to homegrown contract

Attacker from Clifton, Va., is the 12th homegrown player in team history. → Read More

D.C. United close to signing 16-year-old Virginia native Griffin Yow

Academy player from Fairfax County has been playing for second-division Loudoun United as an amateur. → Read More

How more than 100 American soccer players abroad fared this weekend

Andrija Novakovich posted a goal and assist in the Netherlands, Andrew Wooten scored in Germany, Aaron Schoenfeld converted in Israel and Hannah Diaz netted two goals in France. → Read More

2022 World Cup was already flawed. Expanding it would make things worse.

Fans see a diluted competition and logistical chaos. FIFA sees money. → Read More

Wayne Rooney records first MLS hat trick as D.C. United routs Real Salt Lake, 5-0

Rimando, who anchored United’s last championship 15 years ago, was under siege all night. → Read More

Nick Rimando heads back to D.C. to play old pals United and Ben Olsen one last time

The Real Salt Lake goalkeeper, in his 20th and final season, has kept ties with the team he helped lead to the 2004 MLS Cup, mainly through his longtime buddy who is now United's coach. → Read More

George Mason is ousted by St. Bonaventure, but Patriots’ focus is forward

The Patriots were knocked out in the Atlantic 10 tournament quarterfinals for the third consecutive year, 68-57 to the Bonnies. → Read More

D.C. United to play Spain’s Real Betis in first Audi Field visit by a European club

The MLS club also planning to play friendlies in July and September. → Read More

George Mason gets scare from GW but advances in Atlantic 10 tournament

Patriots prove too much for undermanned Colonials, 61-57, and will advance to play St. Bonaventure on Friday. → Read More

USMNT roster pulls more from MLS than Europe in advance of March friendlies

For the first time since his appointment, Coach Gregg Berhalter had the entire player pool for the next two friendlies, against Ecuador and Chile. → Read More

Christian Pulisic hasn’t played much lately. This weekend, he had a goal and an assist.

U.S. attacker posts a goal and an assist after entering in the 79th minute for Borussia Dortmund. → Read More

‘We’re a little spoiled by it’: Bill Hamid helps D.C. United preserve road draw

Hamid matches New York City FC's Sean Johnson with a brilliant performance in a 0-0 stalemate at Yankee Stadium. → Read More

George Mason basketball bounces back, keeps GW down as A-10 tournament awaits

The Patriots responded to an embarrassing loss to VCU by dominating the struggling Colonials in the regular season finale for both teams. → Read More

D.C. United seeks a rare road victory at New York City FC

After last season's unbalanced schedule to accommodate the opening of Audi Field, D.C. United is seeking its first road win since May. → Read More

Ready or not, Loudoun United raises curtain as D.C. United feeder club

The newly launched second-tier club will be a valuable talent incubator, but it will play its first match Saturday with a brand-new coach, a hastily assembled roster and no set venue for its initial home matches. → Read More

D.C. United’s new technical director might be leaving for England

Dane Murphy has been on the job for just a few months, helping GM Dave Kasper with the rosters for both D.C. and second-division Loudoun United. → Read More

‘Our priority is to get him under contract’: D.C. United wants Luciano Acosta to stick around

The Argentine playmaker's deal expires after this season, and foreign interest should be significant. → Read More