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Olympia Brewery Vikings, missing their injured star, Bobby Hough, crash out of the National Challenge Cup, 6-1, in the West semifinal at San Francisco's Concordia.
Hope Solo makes three big saves in the first half, moving closer to the USWNT career record in a 4-0 friendly win over Australia at San Antonio. Solo finishes with five saves and her 67 shutouts is second only to Brianna Scurry's 71. She earns eight caps in 2013 despite missing three months after undergoing surgery to repair an injury to her left wrist.
Michael and James Keston of Encino, Calif., obtain exclusive rights for an MLS expansion team in the Northwest. James Keston said he has used previous Puget Sound visits to begin negotiations for the use of Qwest Field and tour possible stadium sites in Renton and Tukwila. The exclusive agreement ends in July without the Kestons taking action.
Despite dominating the number of chances, the Seattle Hungarians fall to the San Francisco Greek Americans, 1-0, on a goal in the second minute, in the West semifinals of the National Challenge Cup before 2,500 at Balboa Park.
Wearing the captain's arm band, Kasey Keller steps between the posts as the U.S. faces Argentina before 83,183 at Legion Field in Birmingham, Al. Keller, one of Bruce Arena's three overage selections, starts all three matches as the Americans, after losing, 3-1, to the eventual gold medalists, finish 1-1-1. He gets a shutout vs. Tunisia.
Two goals from Janece Levien bring Puget Sound from behind, 2-1 at Whitman, to win the Loggers’ 18th consecutive game to start the season.