August 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The 31 year old is tops in so many hearts and categories at NCFC, top 10 in games with 175, minutes a whopping 13,004, 22 goals total and 18 assists overall, his presence will be missed on and off the field. Following the end of the 2019 USL Championship season he is done with his decade as a pro, 8 with his current team. Da Luz informed, "It feels like lthe right time to step away. The team's in a good place, and I'm just excited about continuing to watch it grow from the outside." Out of Wake Forest, 2010-'11 saw Austin in MLS with Red Bulls & DC United, then 2012 to NCFC.

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August 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Feeling good are the home team, following a come from behind win away, now they are home, having lost but once this season but this team is up one point on them with 41, each are well positioned for the coming playoffs. NCFC just took down Memphis 901 2-1, the 5th road win of the year. Pitt. is  on a roll, 5 wins in a row, no losses since July 7, last game a 2-1 win facing league leaders NYRBII Wed. eve. The game tonight will be the 2nd and last game between the two, the visitors prevailed 1-0 at Highmark, on the strength of a Robbie Meretz 27' goal.

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August 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

This venerable club in the Pacific Northwest has eliminated the President title, as the SD will report direct to ownership, Bob Lenarduzzi, and his 45 years of service to the club is now the club liason. Why the change and why now?, to keep pace with a fast growing MLS. Jeff Mallett a co-owner informed, "These are exciting times in MLS.

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August 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The 19 year old has moved from the U-18 Academy team to the USL Championship side in his midfield position. WIth the U-18's, he had 15 games and 9 goals, a great ratio, nothing new as he had 89 goals and 67 assists for Harrison HIgh, all records for the historic program there. For his efforts, he was a 2x JNSCAA All -State selection and Section 2 Player of the Year in 2018. RBII HC, John Wolyniec had this to say of his new player, "It is exciting to have a young player like Omar with us.

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August 17, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Both opponents in the final of this tourney achived their spots in similar fashion, late goals for NC Courage and Lyon now have their date with destiny on Sunday in Wake Med Park at 7:30 broadcasted by ESPN2. This is the much anticipated rematch of the title game from last year, won by the Courage. A weather delay of 73 minutes, then 2 goals in the last 15 minutes added to the drama as the Courage saw McKenzie Meehan, a 2nd half sub, send home a corner by Heather O'Reilly for her first pro goal.

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