Fans can be stars of Sounders show — jersey quest is an example | Seattle Times

Unlike other North American sports franchises, the Sounders are unique in giving season-ticket holders a voice in how the team actually runs its business. They even allow them to vote to keep or fire the general manager every four years. Source: Fans can be stars of Sounders show — jersey quest is an example

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Seattle Sounders FC: The 10-year anniversary

Long before Stefan Frei’s memorialized save and Román Torres’ MLS Cup-winning penalty kick; before Nelson Valdez’s clutch headers and Jordan Morris’s Flu Game; before Deuce and Oba’s tandem and Djimi’s long-distance stunner; before the Supporters’ Shield, Mario Martinez’s golazo and Ozzie’s Open Cup heroics; and even before Fredy’s brace on Opening Day 2009, Drew Carey... Continue Reading →

Escalante, Anderson kick off WISL with POTW honors

TACOMA, WA—The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) today announces that Andrew Escalante (Offense, Snohomish Skyhawks) and Aaron Anderson (Defense, Tacoma Stars Reserves) have been voted Players of the Week by league coaches and general managers for matches played on November 11, 2017. Source: Escalante, Anderson kick off WISL with POTW honors

CWU women’s fall soccer season ends

Source: CWU women’s fall soccer season ends The CWU women’s soccer team had a tough year, as the Wildcats battled through injuries and not playing the same lineup two times in a row, except for the last two games. The Wildcats finished with a 2-12-3 record overall, and finished 1-9-2 in the GNAC. Coming off... Continue Reading →

San Diego socks Tacoma Stars 8-3

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Philip Lund scored his fourth goal of the weekend and Joey Gjertsen scored his third goal of the season in the Tacoma Stars’ 8-3 loss to the San Diego Sockers at Valley View Casino Center on Sunday evening. Kraig Chiles scored four times to lead the way for the Sockers. The... Continue Reading →

Tacoma Stars Reserves battle past Olympic Force

TACOMA, WA— In a rivalry match between clubs on both sides of the Narrows Bridge it was the home standing Tacoma Stars Reserves coming out on top 5-3 over the Olympic Force to kick off both sides’ 2017-18 Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) seasons. Source: Tacoma Stars Reserves battle past Olympic Force

WELCOME TO TACOMA “S2” | Tacoma Weekly

Positive things tend to happen when one’s feet keep moving forward. When it comes to Tacoma, the moving seems to be going on throughout much of the city, as new residential and commercial developments take shape in and around areas such as the University of Washington-Tacoma, Ruston, and the Stadium District. Why, there’s even a... Continue Reading →

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