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Friday Coed Standings
Team Color Wins Loss Ties GF GA GD Pts
Human Beehive Yellow 3 1 0 20 11 9 9
Maple Leaf Chiropractor Grey 3 1 0 15 8 7 9
Ball Busters Lime Green 2 1 0 9 4 5 6
Futbol Coalition Light Blue 2 1 0 8 3 5 6
SMV FC Red 2 1 0 7 4 3 6
Shake N Bake Black 2 2 0 6 7 -1 6
Boom City Black 1 3 0 12 15 -3 3
Team Galaxy Yellow 1 3 0 7 21 -14 3
Fuerzas Unidas Deep Blue 0 3 0 3 14 -11 0

Boom City Golden Boot
Player Name Team Name Total Goals
Alan Varela Boom City 3
Frank Mineccia Boom City 3
Katie Mcnulty Boom City 2
Jeff Davis Boom City 2
Mike Lorincy Boom City 1
Carlos Mendez Boom City 1
Skylar Schwartz Boom City 0

Boom City Schedule
Date Time Teams Park / Score Field / Points
10-Jan 6:20 PM Boom City at Human Beehive 1 – 6 0 / 3
24-Jan 6:20 PM Ball Busters at Boom City 4 – 1 3 / 0
31-Jan 8:10 PM Boom City at Fuerzas Unidas 3 / 0
7-Feb 8:10 PM Boom City at Team Galaxy 1 – 4 0 / 3
21-Feb 8:10 PM SMV FC at Boom City Tempe Sports Complex TSC – Soccer Field 02
6-Mar 8:10 PM Futbol Coalition at Boom City Tempe Sports Complex TSC – Soccer Field 05
13-Mar 6:20 PM Boom City at Maple Leaf Chiropractor Tempe Sports Complex TSC – Soccer Field 05
20-Mar Bye: Boom City
27-Mar 8:10 PM Shake N’ Bake at Boom City Tempe Sports Complex TSC – Soccer Field 01

Boom City Paid Players
Date Qty First Name Last Name
2019-12-30 1 Joseph Kulak
2019-12-31 1 Anna Butel
2019-12-31 1 Greer Millard
2019-12-31 1 Nicolas JARRIGE
2020-01-01 1 katharine mcnulty
2020-01-01 1 Natasha Shouse
2020-01-03 1 Molly Enenbach
2020-01-03 1 Mark Landa
2020-01-03 1 Carlos Mendez
2020-01-03 1 Kerry Mineccia
2020-01-08 1 Kevin Kading
2020-01-10 1 Jeff Davis
2020-01-11 1 Meghan Spencer
2020-01-03 0 Michael Lorincy
2020-01-08 1 Shannon Harlock
2020-01-11 1 Alan Varela
Boom City Guest Pass Paid Players

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  • USWNT players, U.S. Soccer file opposing motions in equal pay lawsuit


    by Jeff Carlisle on February 20, 2020 at 10:01 am

    Mallory Pugh says her male counterparts don’t necessarily need to be vocal to support equal pay.

    Julie Foudy breaks down Mallory Pugh’s return to the USWNT fold for the SheBelieves Cup.

    Julie Foudy breaks down the USWNT’s first tournament under Vlatko Andonovski and his experimentation with different lineups.
    The latest skirmish in the equal pay lawsuit between players on the U.S. women’s national team and the U.S. Soccer Federation took place late Thursday, with both sides filing motions in U.S. District Court.
    Lawyers for the women’s national team players filed a motion for partial summary judgement in which it is seeking back pay of $66.7 million plus punitive damages, while the USSF filed a motion to have the suit dismissed entirely.

    The players’ filing reads: “The undisputed facts demonstrate… […]

  • Ex-USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo eligible for U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame induction


    by Associated Press on February 20, 2020 at 3:26 am

    Julie Foudy breaks down Mallory Pugh’s return to the USWNT fold for the SheBelieves Cup.

    Julie Foudy breaks down the USWNT’s first tournament under Vlatko Andonovski and his experimentation with different lineups.

    Jemele Hill, Shelley Smith and Prim Siripipat discuss Hope Solo’s recently released book and how it may impact her public persona.
    Former U.S. women’s national team goalkeeper Hope Solo is among the first-time eligible players on the ballot for the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame.
    Solo, dismissed from the team following the 2016 Olympics, joins fellow U.S. national team members Brad Davis, Whitney Engen, Herculez Gomez and Clarence Goodson among 14 players first-time eligible players on the 42-person ballot.

    Arguably one of the most successful goalkeepers on the international stage, Solo made 202 appearances with the… […]

  • USSF paid Jurgen Klinsmann $1.4m in ’18, ex-USWNT boss Jill Ellis well behind


    by Jeff Carlisle on February 19, 2020 at 2:52 am

    The U.S. Soccer Federation has released its latest tax filing for the 2019 fiscal year, revealing that the highest-paid coach in that period was deposed U.S. men’s national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann.
    The Form 990 covers the period from April 1 of 2018 to the end of March of 2019, though a USSF spokesperson stated that the salary figures cover the 2018 calendar year.

    The figures show that the USSF paid three different individuals related to coaching the U.S. men during that time. Klinsmann… […]

  • USMNT’s Timothy Weah suffers injury setback in Lille loss


    by ESPN on February 18, 2020 at 8:59 am

    Brian Dunseth contextualizes the USMNT’s win vs. Costa Rica in their first match of 2020.

    United States international Timothy Weah suffered an injury setback after suffering a right hamstring tear in Lille’s 2-1 loss to Marseille on Sunday.

    The 19-year-old Weah had sat out six months with a similar injury prior to Sunday’s game, in which he came on as a substitute in the final 10 minutes.
    Lille confirmed the injury on Monday but didn’t reveal the severity or the timeframe for Weah’s return.
    Weah took to Instagram after the match saying: “Felt amazing to be on the field again with… […]

  • Gio Reyna emotional after Dortmund debut makes him youngest American to play in UCL


    by Stephan Uersfeld on February 18, 2020 at 4:39 am

    The ESPN FC panel were in awe over Erling Haaland’s ability he displayed vs. PSG.
    DORTMUND, Germany — Gio Reyna said making his Champions League debut on Tuesday for Borussia Dortmund against Paris Saint-Germain was a “dream come true” after becoming the youngest American to play in Champions League at 17 years and 97 days.
    Reyna was promoted to the Dortmund senior squad in January after only having joined the club’s academy in the summer of 2019 and has since gained game time in every match. A member of the U.S. squad at last year’s Under-17 World Cup, Reyna made his senior… […]