Taquilla de Spurs abre este viernes y Danny Green cambió el 4 por el 14
0 | Por Sendero Deportivo
San Antonio.- Se acerca la apertura de la temporada NBA 2014-15 en la que los Spurs, durante 82 partidos, estarán defendiendo su quinto título ganado el 15 de junio al Heat de Miami. Y en San Antonio ya comienza a sentirse de nuevo el ambiente basquetbolero.
Scorpions Midfielder Richard Menjivar to play in the Copa Centroamericana with El Salvador
0 | By Matt Barbour
San Antonio.- San Antonio Scorpions midfielder Richard Menjivar has been called in for international duty by El Salvador for the upcoming Copa Centroamericana. Menjivar will join his Salvadoran teammates after the Scorpions' match against Ft. Lauderdale on Friday, August 29.
This will be the thirteenth edition of the tournament that crowns the champion of Central America and La Azul y Blanco will open group play against Guatemala on September 3 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Four days later, Menjivar and EL Salvador will be back in Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to face Belize.
"Playing for your country is one of the highest honors you can achieve as an athlete, and Richie's consistent, influential role within his national team is reflective of his professionalism, passion and dedication to the game," said Head Coach Alen Marcina. "As always, it's a privilege to have such a fantastic role model represent the Scorpions and Soccer For a Cause on an international level."
Menjivar has been capped 12 times in his career by El Salvador's senior side and he scored one international goal in four appearances with the U-23 team. Menjivar's most recent appearances for his country were earlier this year when El Salvador played Spain and Côte d'Ivoire in friendlies ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The next Scorpions match at Toyota Field is on September 6 at 7:30pm against FC Edmonton.For information on Scorpions tickets call 210-495-8686 or visitSAScorpions.com.
Scorpions Beat Indy Eleven 2-0 stays in First Place in Fall Season Table
0 | By Matt Barbour
San Antonio.- The first place San Antonio Scorpions beat Indy Eleven 2-0 Saturday night in front of 7,847 fans at Toyota Field. The win extends the Scorpions' unbeaten run at home to six games and was powered by standout performances from Walter Restrepo, Billy Forbes and Stephen DeRoux.