Thu., Aug. 20 | 10:05 AM - Loudoun Soccer standout Sam Golan has signed a two-year agreement with Brighton & Hove Albion F.C., who play in the English Football League Championship. Golan, a defender, is the first male player from Loudoun Soccer to sign a scholar contract overseas.
Sun., Aug. 9 | 11:20 AM - Stone Bridge High School alum Murielle Tiernan has been named to the 2015 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Award watch list in advance of her junior season at Virginia Tech. The prestigious NCAA soccer award is presented annually to one male and one female athlete.
Wed., Jul. 29 | 08:40 AM - For a second consecutive year, Loudoun 98 Red secured a coveted spot in the semifinals at the 2015 U.S. Youth Soccer Championships, contested July 21-25 in Tulsa, Okla.
Thu., Jul. 9 | 07:35 PM - Loudoun County High School swept top honors on the Virginia High School League Group 4A girls' soccer team with senior Emily Littell (Player of the Year) and Kirk Smith (Coach of the Year).
Thu., Jun. 25 | 12:59 PM - The FCV Ashburn Explosion are 2015 Virginia State Cup champions in the U12 girls' division. In an all-FC Virginia final, the Explosion defeated FCV United 1-0 on the strength of a first-half goal by Abby "Ajax" Jackson. The two sister teams will merge to form the FC Virginia U13 Pre-ECNL team for the 2015-2016 season.
Thu., Jun. 25 | 11:04 AM - Loudoun 01 Girls Red won the Virginia Youth Soccer Association State Cup title May 31 at the Virginia Soccer Training Center near Fredericksburg. Loudoun 01 Red outlasted VBTS Beach FC Red in a penalty shootout to decide the championship game. Goalkeeper Jordan Thompson posted a shutout through regulation and overtime and stopped a penalty kick in the sixth round to for Loudoun.
Sun., Jun. 21 | 09:15 AM - Broad Run High School swept Player of the Year honors on the Virginia High School League Group 5A soccer teams. Abu Koroma (boys) and Caroline Kerns (girls) garnered top player honors, while Claire Collins of Broad Run is Coach of the Year on the girls' team.
Thu., Jun. 18 | 10:29 AM - John Champe High School sophomore midfielder Blair Thompson is the Player of the Year on the Virginia High School League Group 3A girls' soccer team.
Tue., Jun. 16 | 12:45 PM - Several seniors on this year's Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team were freshmen on the Raiders' 2012 squad that advanced to the Virginia High School League state championship game. After being denied of its bid to win the program's first state title in a loss to Woodgrove, County returned to the grand stage in 2015 with an undefeated record in tow.
Tue., Jun. 16 | 11:55 AM - It was an all-Ashburn finale between the Broad Run Spartans and the Stone Bridge Bulldogs to decide the state champion of girls' soccer for Group 5A, held June 13 at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax. In the end, however, it was all Broad Run.
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Garcia advances to steeplechase final at IAAF World Championships Brown to run for NOVA cross-country team More Cross Country
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