April 28, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Contributed by Steven Torres

New York Cosmos B opened its 2019 NPSL’s (National Premier Soccer League) season on Saturday with a 2:0 victory over visiting NY Athletic Club (NYAC) at Uniondale’s Mitchel Athletic Complex before an enthusiastic crowd of 3,750.

Cosmos B improve to 1-0 record in NPSL’s North Atlantic Conference, while NYAC falls to 0-1.

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April 28, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Not a surprise but a pleasant result and hoped to be a harbinger for the future as NYRB topped Cincy, 1-0 behind a strike by fellow St. John's Men's Soccer Alum Connor Lade as the team registered their 100th MLS victory at RBA before 16,848.

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April 26, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The Boys are back, in Green. Being lead by 2nd year coach, now in his 17th involved with the pro game, Long Islander Carlos Medes has his charges ready to kick it off for the season. It willl be a derby of sorts as they face NYAC, Green & White takes on Red & White as they try and ground the winged foot team. Mendes shared, " It's very important to play well. We're going to have to bring the right energy. We have to have the right mentality. It's a new venue.

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April 26, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

The Courage who have many Long Island ties are set to take on Houston, featuring St. John's Soccer Alum and a member of the Lionesses in Rachel Daly. With identical records of 1-0-1 they are both atop the standings. NC opened with a 1-1 game hosting the Red Stars then a massive result in a 5-0 drubbing of Orlando leaves them tied with the Thorns for most goals and alone in differential.

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April 26, 2019
by Sean McCaffery

Headlining the 2nd iteration of these games will be NC Courage as the games are to be played at their home field of Sahlen's Stadium at Wake Med Park from Aug. 15-18. Both the final & semi are slated for the 18th. ICC & NWSL champs, NC Courage are to be challanged by top flite competition from Europe, Olympique Lyonnais last years runners up and 5X UEFA champs, will face Atleitico Madrid the 2017/18 Primera Division winner as FA Women's Super League titleists Machester City meet the home team. This year there will be a monetary prize for the winners.

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