Welcome! Login | Register
 

Monfredo: Learning Doesn’t Take a Vacation - Parents It’s up to You to Help—Monfredo: Learning Doesn't Take a Vacation - Parents…

Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness—Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness

EDITORIAL: RI Politics at its Worst — Last Minute Legislation Moving For PawSox Owners—EDITORIAL: RI Politics at its Worst — Last…

Finneran: Don’t Blink—Finneran: Don't Blink

Celtics Select Texas A&M’s Williams With 27th Overall Pick in NBA Draft—Celtics Select Texas A&M's Williams With 27th Overall…

3-Year-Old Boy Falls From Third Floor Window of Worcester Apartment—3-Year-Old Boy Falls From Third Floor Window of…

Pawtucket Mayor Grebien Blasts RI House Speaker Mattiello Over PawSox Failure—NEW: Pawtucket Mayor Grebien Blasts RI House Speaker…

Worcester Regional Chamber to Host Business After Hours Thursday—Worcester Regional Chamber to Host Business After Hours…

President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation—President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation

Tower Hill Botanic Garden to Host Annual Rose Show—Tower Hill Botanic Garden to Host Annual Rose…

 
 

Top University Soccer Coaches Predict USA v England World Cup Game

Friday, June 11, 2010

 

 

GoLocalProv went to the top soccer coaches in Rhode Island to get their predictions - the men's and women's coaches at the Colleges and Universities.  Take a look at their predictions for USA vs England.

golocal

wc

BROWN UNIVERSITY

Men's Soccer Coach Gregg Miller - predicts England (2-1) 

Women's Soccer Coach Denis Chartier - predicts USA (1-0)

ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Women's Coach: Lindsay Bruno - USA (2-1)

Men's Coach: Jim Cook - "I am afraid of Rooney's impact and worried the Team USA defense will not hold up.  I would give a slight edge to England, but predict a 1-1 draw."

Women's Coach: Abigail Jackson - England (2-1)

BRYANT UNIVERSITY 

Men's Coach Seamus Purcell - England (2-0)

Men's Coach Nate Millette - "England is going to be tough for US to beat, especially because the US have injured players, and the English attack will be difficult to overcome. I will be cheering for the US and want them to do well, but think it'll be a draw (1-1)."

Women's Coach Chris Flint - USA  (2-1)

Women's Coach Christina Maciel - USA (2-1)

JOHNSON & WALES 

Men's Coach Mike Trudeau - England (2-0)

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

Men's Coach: John Mello - USA  (3-2) 

Women's Coach: Mike Koperda - USA  (2-1) in overtime; "Landon Donovan will be player of the match."

coaches

coaches

 

Related Articles

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

 
Delivered Free Every
Day to Your Inbox