• The Canadian Press

    Montoya and Doms each score in the opening four minutes to help Stanford beat BYU in College Cup

    CARY, N.C. (AP) — Allie Montoya and Maya Doms each scored in the opening four minutes and Stanford held off BYU 2-0 on Friday night to advance to its sixth championship appearance in school history. Stanford (20-0-4), in the College Cup for the 11th time, will play Florida State for the title on Monday. Stanford has won three national titles (2011, 2017, 2019), including two of the last six overall. Montoya and Doms both topped Stanford’s quickest goal of the season of eight minutes. Montoya lof

  • The Canadian Press

    Macey and Doucet have two-goal efforts as Foreurs top Mooseheads 5-2

    VAL-D'OR, Que. — Connor Macey scored twice as the Val-D'Or Foreurs defeated the Halifax Mooseheads 5-2 on Friday night. David Doucet had two goals for the Foreurs and Tomas Cibulka added a single. TITAN 4 SAGUENÉENS 3 ACADIE-BATHURST - Colby Huggan had the game-winning goal at 8:28 in the third period as the Titan edged the Saguenéens. Titan goaltender Antoine Keller saved 38 of 41 shots. DRAKKAR 3 ARMADA 0 BAIE-COMEAU - Olivier Ciarlo earned a shutout as Baie-Comeau downed Blainville-Boisbriand

  • PA Media: Sport

    We never lost trust – Sarina Wiegman confident England would fight back for win

    England hit back from 2-0 down to beat the Netherlands 3-2 at Wembley.

  • The Canadian Press

    Florida State advances past Clemson in women's College Cup behind goals from Zipay and Dudley

    CARY, N.C. (AP) — Kaitlyn Zipay and freshman Jordynn Dudley each scored and Florida State beat Clemson 2-0 on Friday night to clinch its seventh berth to the national championship game. Florida State (21-0-1) advanced to the title game for the fourth time in the last five seasons. Clemson (18-4-4) was making the program's first appearance in the national semifinal. The Seminoles, in their 14th College Cup, beat the Tigers for the third straight time this season and the last eight overall. The Se