LONDON—Thursday, August 16, 2001
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
WINS ONE LOSES ONE
There has been lots of soccer action here at the Canada Games with the under 20 teams women's teams from every province and the territories bidding for gold and the big final game in the women's competition set for 9 a.m. on Friday morning (TSN-9.08 a.m. with soccer legend Graham Leggat).
The CPSL's London City has been on the road
during this time but returns to Cove Road on Friday night to host the
University of Louisville men's soccer team on tour this week with a hefty
game-a-day schedule against CPSL teams. Louisville opened the tour with
win, defeating Glen Shields Sun Devils, 3-1, on Tuesday night and this was followed by a 5-4 loss to the Ottawa Wizards the following night. Wizard Mario Andrijanic scored a hat-trick in the Ottawa win. Tonight, Thursday, Louisville takes on York Region Shooters, then it's on to Cove Road for the Friday 8.30 p.m. kickoff against London City and the tour wraps up with a game against Toronto Olympians on Saturday.
"There is a break in the Canada Games soccer action here and our game with Louisville University is shaping up as an attractive game to watch," explained Harry Gauss, general manager of the London City club. "We'll make the fans and visitors very welcome."
University of Louisville vs. York Region Shooters result.
The York Region Shooters of the CPSL and the University of Louisville played to a 3-3 tie Thursday night Aug. 16th in Richmond Hill at Crosby Park.
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