New York Red Bulls captain Claudio Reyna addresses the media during a press conference at St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark, New Jersey, on July 16, 2008. Claudio Reyna played two years for the New York Red Bulls after playing 12 years in Europe and earning 112 caps for the US national team. Reyna started his career at St. Benedict’s being named Parade Magazine national high school player of the year twice.
Maryland continued their run with another win, while Duke edged Notre Dame in overtime in the
Giles Barnes and the Vancouver Whitecaps headline the Best of MLS, while Jack Harrison led a strong field of rookie performances.
After a year of difficult adjustments at Sporting KC, MLS stalwart Brad Davis opted for retirement, which was not an easy decision.
With another goal and assist on Sunday, Jack Harrison continues to prove his worth to New York City FC, who took a chance at the No. 1 overall pick on draft day.
Matt Miazga and Omar Gonzalez put in 90 minute shifts to headline Sunday’s Americans Abroad.
A new face scored the fastest debut in team history as the U.S. Women’s National Team toppled Switzerland.
Rayo OKC took control in the race for the postseason, while Minnesota United will need major help to seal a playoff spot following a backbreaking loss.