(Joe Scally with NYCFC Head Coach Patrick Vieira – @NYCFC)
New York City Football Club announced that Joe Scally has signed his first professional contract with the Club. The 15-year old becomes their second-ever Homegrown Player, following James Sands in graduating from NYCFC Academy to the first-team.
Scally, who joined the first-team on their preseason training camps in Jacksonville, LA and Mexico, will finish out the remainder of the school year before commencing full-time training with the seniors in the summer.
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(Carlos Rivas getting off a shot on Saturday night – @NewYorkRedBulls)
The Red Bulls suffered a tough 1-0 loss to Real Salt Lake on Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium in a game played in the snow.
The game was essentially decided just three minutes in when Real Salt Lake was awarded a penalty-kick opportunity, and Albert Rusnak converted for the eventual game winner.
This was the Red Bulls’ first loss of the 2018 season across all competitions, and they are now 1-1-0 in MLS play.
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(Seton Hall’s Desi Rodriguez going up for a layup against Kansas on Saturday night)
The Seton Hall Pirates lost to the Kansas Jayhawks, the top seed in the Midwest Region, 83-79, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night in Wichita.
Seton Hall’s vaunted class of seniors gave their all in their last game as Pirates.
Khadeen Carrington led the way with 28 points on a superb 9-13 from the field, including 5-8 from behind the arc, with two assists and a block.
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(Ismael Tajouri of NYCFC – USA Today Sports)
New York City Football Club beat Orlando City SC, 2-0, on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, with both goals coming in the second half.
NYCFC improved to 3-0-0 on the season, the first time they have done so in their history. It is the longest they have remain unbeaten since their inaugural season in 2015. That season, they had a win and two draws in their first three games, so this squad is off to their best start ever, talking all nine possible points so far this season.
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(Seton Hall’s Ismael Sanogo slams one home against NC State on Thursday afternoon)
Seton Hall opened the NCAA Tournament with a 94-83 win over North Carolina State in Wichita on Thursday afternoon.
Khadeen Carrington led the way for the Hall, as he had 26 points on 6-14 shooting, 3-5 on three-pointers, and he drained 11 free throws.
Seton Hall’s balanced attack continued with big contributions off the bench from two players who battled injuries down the stretch, Desi Rodriguez and Ismael Sanogo.
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(The Red Bulls before their win over Tijuana on Tuesday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Red Bulls and Chivas Guadalajara will face off in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League Semifinals on April 4 and April 10.
The first leg will be in Mexico on Wednesday April 4 at 10 p.m. eastern time kick off and will host the return leg at Red Bull Arena on Tuesday, April 10 at 8 p.m.
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(Club Tijuana and the Red Bulls enter the field – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Red Bulls, after falling behind early, rallied to a 3-1 win over Club Tijuana on Tuesday night at Red Bull Arena in the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinal matchup.
This result coupled with the Red Bulls’ 2-0 win in Mexico last Tuesday, means they advance on the 5-1 aggregate.
The Red Bulls are now in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League Semifinals for the first time in club history.
The win secures a home match in the second leg of the semifinals against the winner of the Seattle/Guadalajara series, which has the second leg tomorrow night.
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(Shamorie Ponds against Villanova on January 13 – @StJohnsBball)
The accolades keep pouring in for St. John’s sophomore guard Shamorie Ponds.
Last week, he was named to the All-Big East First Team and USBWA All-District Team honors.
Ponds has now been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ All-District Second Team for the second-straight season.
A 6-foot-1 guard from Brooklyn, Ponds led the Big East in scoring (21.6 ppg) and steals (2.3 spg) during the regular season while also finishing top-5 in the conference in assists (4.7 apg).
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(Photos by Jason Schott)
The ACC Tournament was held last week at Barclays Center, with Virginia beating North Carolina on Saturday night to cap off an incredible tournament.
Virginia, the number one seed in the ACC Tournament, finished the regular season as the top team in the nation, and they will enter the NCAA Tournament as the top overall seed, expected to break through and win a national championship.
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Edgardo Alfonzo will return as Brooklyn Cyclones manager for the 2018 season, his fifth year with the Cyclones organization and second as manager.
The Mets legend, known as “Fonzie,” will be joined on the bench by pitching coach Royce Ring, also returning for his second season in that role, and newcomer Marlon Anderson (hitting coach). An additional coach will be added to the staff in the coming weeks.
The Cyclones will open their 2018 season with on Friday, June 15th at the Staten Island Yankees, with the home opener against Staten Island the following night.
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