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USA defeat Canada at Hisense Arena

Team USA have defeated Team Canada 10-6 at Hisense Arena in the final game of the 2017 Ice Hockey Classic. Team USA’s win tied the series at two games each following Canada’s wins in Newcastle and Sydney and the USA’s at the O’Brien Group Arena. 98 more words

Ice Hockey Classic

USA defeat Canada at the O'Brien Group Arena

Team USA and the Melbourne Mustangs have defeated Team Canada and the Melbourne Ice 8-5 last night at the O’Brien Group Arena. The match, known as the 2017 Ice Hockey Night in Melbourne, saw the Melbourne Mustangs team up with Team USA and the Melbourne Ice join Team Canada for a 4 on 4 exhibition game as part of the 2017 Ice Hockey Classic series. 14 more words

2017 AIHL Season

Romeo Langford makes Team USA, will play in Egypt

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Romeo Langford came to USA Basketball training camp this week with two top priorities.

The New Albany High five-star guard said he wanted to test his ability against players already in college and to make the U19 World Championship team and travel to Egypt. 648 more words

SEC News

One of Kentucky's prized freshmen suffers injury at Team USA tryouts

Kentucky has plenty to look forward to this season despite a mass exodus of its best recruits from the 2016 class. Coach Calipari brought in several more five-star players and some of them were even trying out for the U19 USA team to play over in Egypt this summer. 212 more words

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Could You Be An Olympian?

Attention Americans:

Team USA is looking for its next batch of Olympians, and one of them could be you!

What’s the deal?

The US Olympic Committee has created a program called… 294 more words

Olympics

Chuma Okeke set for MRI after injuring left knee at Team USA tryouts

AUBURN – Chuma Okeke wanted to be in a great mood Tuesday but couldn’t help starring at his giant brace on his left knee.

Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl confirmed via text message to the… 462 more words

SEC News

Pioneer U.S. Women's Soccer Coach Dies

UNDATED (AP) – Tony DiCicco, who coached the U.S. to the 1999 World Cup title before an overflow Rose Bowl crowd in a landmark for women’s soccer, has died at 68. 565 more words

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