David Falk has followed soccer in the Puget Sound region since 1974. This blog covers Sounders FC, local college soccer, Seattle Wolves FC, Tacoma Tide FC and Kitsap Pumas. Send tips or comments to: goalseattle@gmail.com
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Monday, September 29, 2008

Around the Sound of Soccer for September 29th

It was a good weekend for local clubs not called Sounders.

Seattle's life in the USL First Division came to a close after a wild 3-1 loss knocked the Sounders out 4-3 on total goals over the two-match playoff series with Montreal.

A fan posted the photo below on the internet. It shows the referee's 'encroachment' call on a made Seattle penalty kick may well have been in error. (Seattle is in blue).

Steve McClare has more on the Sounders at ProstAmerika.


The Washington Husky Men and Women came through with an entirely winning and entertaining 'double header' on Sunday at Husky Soccer Field. The women beat ranked Hawaii 2-1 in overtime and then the men edged Gonzaga 2-1 before almost 3,000 fans.


The amazing story of the 2008 Seattle University Redhawks Women continues as the club playing their first year in NCAA Division One again conquered their foes on the road. On Friday the Redhawks nipped Fresno State 2-1. On Sunday Seattle beat Cal State Bakersfield 2-0. The Women are now 5-2-3 on the season.

The Redhawks Men visited traditional rival Simon Fraser in BC on Saturday. Here is a video highlight reel showing the goal that gave the Redhawks a late 1-0 victory.


www.KitsapSoccerClub.com is now online and taking name the club votes and suggestions.


Seattle Pacific's Falcon Men remained undefeated in GNAC play after a 2-0 victory over Northwest Nazarene Saturday at Interbay.

The 4th-ranked Falcon Women shown well in a 3-0 win at Billings against Montana State.


Up north in Bellingham, Western Washington University Vikings Men needed an own goal to draw 1-1 at UC-Colorado Springs. They had beaten Northwest Nazarene 4-0 on Sept. 25th.

The 16th-ranked Western Women stomped Nazarene 4-1 last Thursday.

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