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A much improved S2 draw University of Portland 1-1

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Sounders FC 2 completely dominated the current WCC champions, but the University of Portland capitalized on S2's defensive mistakes.

Last week's dismantling of Sounders FC 2 by Seattle University can be explained away by a lot of things, mostly legitimately, and certainly did not necessitate doomsday fretting.

Major Link Soccer: MLS offseason moves begin

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Several teams are already in full roster swing with contract options, rumors, and even signings emerging.


Sounders broadcast analyst and Seattle University head coach Peter Fewing was named the 2015 NSCAA West Regional Coach of the Year after leading the Redhawks to the NCAA DI Sweet Sixteen for the first time in school history.

The Rest

MLS invites several with Puget Sound ties to Combine

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Seattle University's Alex Roldan and former Academy keeper Paul Christensen are among Combine invitees.

Of the 60 NCAA Division I seniors invited to the MLS Draft Combine, seven of them have Puget Sound ties. Alex Roldan is a Seattle University student-midfielder who played for TSS Rovers (PDL) and OSA FC (NPSL).

Major Link Soccer: Alan Kelly wins Ref of the Year

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Russell Wilson joins the Sonics Arena group and Frank Lampard is done in MLS.


The Sounders won't have to face Tim Howard when their Western Conference semifinal begins next week after he injured his groin against Mexico on Friday, but the Rapids have a lot of confidence in their backup plan, Zach MacMath.

Young Sounders to watch in the NCAA championship

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There may be no more Sounders in the MLS playoffs, but we can still watch The Future as they vie for an NCAA title.

The bracket is set for the men's NCAA Soccer Championship, with plenty of young Sounders academy talent to keep an eye on in the 48-team field over the next month.

Jordan Morris with Stanford is of course the rising star to watch, but there are nine other academy products on five teams with a chance to win it all.