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The Atlanta Silverbacks were presented with a trophy for being NASL Spring season champions at a game this weekend. Former Yavapai Rough Rider Mike Randolph is on the far right.

Our weekly roundup of Arizona in pro soccer: Sydney Leroux led her Boston Breakers side in a 1—0 win over league-leading FC Kansas City, while four Arizona players earned places in the U.S. Open Cup final. Read more»

Alan Gordon, F - San Jose Earthquakes

Our weekly wrap up of Arizonans playing out in various professional leagues both here and abroad starts with a moment that probably won't make Grand Canyon Soccer fans proud. (with video) In a rough and tumble match, Gilbert-raised Alan Gordon directed an anti-gay epithet, complete with a profane adjective, against Timbers player Will Johnson. Read more»

Sydney Leroux in training with the Boston Breakers.

Sydney Leroux had her first practice of the week on Thursday with her new team, the Boston Breakers of the National Women’s Soccer League. The Phoenix-area soccer standout and U.S. national teamer's first game with her new club will be on Sunday. Read more»

American forward Alex Morgan dribbles through the Irish defense.

It didn't take long for the United States women's national team to get on the scoreboard as they defeated the Republic of Ireland 2-0 on Saturday night. 11,570 fans watched as the U.S. scored 44 seconds into the match at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Read more»

The U.S. women’s national soccer team rolled past the Republic of Ireland 5-0 as Alex Morgan scored a hat trick in the first half and Sydney Leroux added two goals off the bench after the break. Next stop for the Lady Yanks and Girls in Green: Glendale. Read more»