XF Return to Play Guidelines

As health and government authorities move closer towards releasing us to return to play, we wanted to pass along our guidelines for training during Phase 2. Of course, the information here is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and certainly doesn’t supersede any directives or restrictions issued from local, state or […]

U-17 Academy Heads to Mexico City

With a midwinter lull in the Development Academy schedule, the Crossfire Premier U-16/17 DA squad is leaving for Mexico City this weekend, heading for an 8-day training camp in the capital city from January 12-20. Organized by Crossfire’s international partner, SportChain, the team will have four training sessions and play four high-level friendly matches while […]

XF Alum Katie Duong Called Into U-20 YNT Camp

Crossfire’s Katie Duong, fresh off a stellar freshman campaign at the University of Minnesota, has been called back into the U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team for a pre-qualifying training camp in Lakewood Ranch, FL, later this month. Newly-appointed U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team head coach Laura Harvey has named her first roster, calling 25 players […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 13

Congratulations to Lauren Rood and Sam Hiatt on winning the College Cup with Stanford. Stanford won its third National Championship in front of 9,591 fans at Avaya Stadium in San Jose on Sunday, taking down UNC 5-4 on penalties after the game ended 0-0. Stanford outshot North Carolina 21-12 with 14 corners and six shots on goal.  […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 12

Three Crossfire players played a pivotal role in UW’s comfortable 4-1 victory over #11 Marshall, helping to move the squad onto the quarterfinal. Ethan Bartlow bagged a brace and Christian Soto also netted, while Joey Parish collected an assist. UW will now face #3 Georgetown. On the women’s side, a number of former Crossfire players […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 11

Noe Meza and Declan McGlynn assisted a goal each for Seattle U, beating Loyola Marymount 3-1 in the NCAA first round. In the next round, Hal Uderitz assisted Meza to level against Stanford. Stanford went on to win on penalties. #4 UW beat Boston College 2-0 to progress thanks to Charlie Ostrem’s assist for the […]

2019 XF College Post Season

Boys NCAA Division 1 Seattle University Dennis Barahona, Paolo Colello, Rory King, Hal Uderitz, James Burkholder, Declan McGlynn, Noe Meza University of Washington Christian Soto, Charlie Ostrem, Bryce Logan, Cole Grimsby, Joey Parish, Ethan Bartlow Loyola Marymount University Owen Gortner UC Davis Kameron Carey UC Berkeley Simon Lekressner   NCAA Division 2 Western Washington University […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 10

Lauren Rood and Sam Hiatt are into the second round with Stanford University after demolishing Prairie View A&M. Stanford will play Hofstra in the next round. Louisville beat Lipscomb 1-0. Anna Henderson and Louisville will host BYU in the next game. Helena Reischling, Taylor Sekyra, Asia Briscoe, Ameera Hussen all featured in a nail biting […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 9

Declan McGlynn scored a brace in the last game of the season for SU against San Jose State to move to 10 goals for the year. Alden Massey picked up an assist for SPU in their 4-2 victory over St. Martins. Freshmen Christian Soto earned his fourth assist of the year for #1 UW in […]

Weekly College Roundup – Week 8

It was a quieter week for our former male Crossfire stars, but not for Hal Uderitz. Uderitz scored the game winner for Seattle U (12-3-3) against Incarnate Word in Texas. Hal moves up to 8 points for the season. Seattle University are hitting form at the right time as conference tournament season approaches. Seattle have […]

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