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Steven Goff

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Recent articles by Steven:

George Mason beats Fordham on a late three-pointer from Otis Livingston II

Senior guard atones for a foul with a step-back three-pointer to lift the Patriots over the Rams, 71-68. → Read More

D.C. United reaches deal with Maryland star Donovan Pines

Central defender left the NCAA champions one year early to sign a homegrown contract. → Read More

D.C. United close to acquiring Boca Juniors defender Leonardo Jara

Argentine would arrive in MLS on loan and fill a crucial need at right back. → Read More

Where things stand with D.C. United’s roster, position by position

With several slots to fill in the coming weeks, the MLS club will open training camp Monday. → Read More

D.C. United at impasse in Yamil Asad talks, but problem is less player than his Argentine club

D.C. United is planning to go forward without the productive midfielder, who played last season on loan from Argentine club Velez Sarsfield. Asked if Velez was being difficult in negotiations, United Coach Ben Olsen simply said, “Yup.” → Read More

How 149 American soccer players abroad fared this weekend

A wonder goal by a 17-year-old in England's third tier and a move to Scotland by Ian Harkes are among the notable items. Meantime, Brendan Moore left England for Atlanta United and Alex De John departed Sweden for Orlando City. → Read More

D.C. United selects two players in third round of MLS draft

Vermont's Leandro "Geo" Alves and California's Shinya Kadono join the preseason roster. → Read More

‘Football is football’: Richie Burke brings decades of experience to the Washington Spirit

Burke, 54, will coach the Spirit to a demanding standard he developed as a player and coach. → Read More

At MLS draft, D.C. United uses its top pick on defense and makes trade for goalkeeper

First-round pick Akeem Ward, who is from Northern Virginia and played at Creighton, could play with the first team sooner than expected because of a marked lack of depth on the back line. → Read More

D.C. United will not discipline Wayne Rooney after arrest

The English superstar was detained at Dulles airport last month for public intoxication. → Read More

Washington Spirit selects nearly half the first round of the NWSL draft

Washington swung two trades to end up with four of the first nine picks, and used them to claim four players from the U.S. under-23 national team. → Read More

Donovan Pines leaving Maryland soccer team to pursue pro opportunities

The towering defender is in talks about a signing a homegrown contract with D.C. United. He could also revisit opportunities overseas. → Read More

D.C. United cuts the cord and will show most games via a pay streaming service

About 20 of the team’s games will be available on FloSports. → Read More

How American soccer players in England, Mexico and elsewhere fared this weekend

While many leagues remain on break, FA Cup and Liga MX were in full swing. → Read More

George Mason earns another Atlantic 10 win by fighting past St. Bonaventure

The Patriots earn their first 2-0 start in league play since joining the league with a 68-53 victory. → Read More

What to watch for in American soccer in 2019

Look ahead to, among other notable subjects, the quest for a fourth women’s world crown, a new man in charge of the rebuilding men and a 20-year-old in west London. → Read More

D.C. United superstar Wayne Rooney arrested at Dulles airport for public intoxication

This was Rooney’s second brush with the law in the past 16 months. → Read More

Georgetown drops ball late and St. John’s capitalizes to extend its rebound season

Hoyas again have trouble finishing, allowing the Red Storm a successful opportunity. → Read More

D.C. United extends Coach Ben Olsen through 2021

Olsen, about to start his ninth full season at the helm, is MLS's second-longest tenured coach. → Read More

Maryland soccer goalkeeper is leaving for MLS; defender will work out in England

Dayne St. Clair will be eligible for next week's MLS draft; Donovan Pines will is exploring opportunities to leave school early for D.C. United or a foreign club. → Read More