US midfielder McKennie out several weeks with ankle sprain

Sports 03/25/19, 09:42

American midfielder Weston McKennie is expected to be sidelined several weeks because of a sprained ankle.The 20-year-old was leaving the U.S. national team camp Monday and returning to Schalke, his German Bundesliga club. The sprain to his left ankle is ...

Caligiuri rescues Schalke with 2 goals against Wolfsburg

Soccer 01/20/19, 15:05

Daniel Caligiuri scored twice to earn Schalke a 2-1 win over Wolfsburg, giving the home side a positive start to the second half of the Bundesliga on Sunday.Schalke had been hovering just above the relegation zone during the Bundesliga's almost ...

Wright gets 1st goal, 8th American to score in Bundesliga

Sports 12/19/18, 18:20

Haji Wright became the second young American in less than two weeks to score his first Bundesliga goal.The 20-year-old forward from Los Angeles scored in first-half stoppage time with the help of fellow American Weston McKennie, Schalke's only goal of ...

Pulisic plays 2nd US match in 13 months, starts vs England

Soccer 11/15/18, 15:10

Christian Pulisic played his second game with the U.S. national team in 13 months, returning to the lineup for Thursday night's exhibition against England.The 20-year-old midfielder was part of a five-man midfield in a 4-2-3-1 formation with Weston McKennie and ...

Injured McKennie to miss US games vs Colombia, Peru

Soccer 10/07/18, 17:30

Midfielder Weston McKennie injured his right adductor muscle and will miss the United States' exhibition games against Colombia and Peru.McKennie, a 20-year-old Texan, scored his first two professional goals in the past week for Schalke, against Lokomotiv Moscow in the ...

Schalke continues recovery with 1-0 win over Lokomotiv

Soccer 10/03/18, 15:07

Weston McKennie's late header gave Schalke a 1-0 win over Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League on Wednesday as the German team continued to recover from a poor start to the season.Neither team had much cutting edge as chances were ...

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