Dude Perfect First Ever Live Tour Coming to the Forum July 14

Apr 5, 2019

YOUTUBE SENSATIONS DUDE PERFECTANNOUNCE FIRST EVER LIVE TOUR ACROSS U.S.COMING TO THE ‘FABULOUS’ FORUM ON SUNDAY, JULY 14 Tickets On Sale to General Public Starting Friday, April 12 

LOS ANGELES (Apr 5, 2019) – Today one of the biggest personalities on YouTube, Dude Perfect, announced their first ever live tour with a stop at the “Fabulous” Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday, July 14th. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, April 12th at 10:00am local time at DudePerfect.com. Tyler Toney, Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert, and twins Coby and Cory Cotton will take their ultimate variety show across the U.S. this summer. The five best friends from Frisco, Texas have over 70 million social media followers and will be giving fans a look into the fun world of Dude Perfect, highlighting—live and in person—fan favorites such as Overtime, Stereotypes, Battles and stunts. Some lucky fans will even have the chance to participate with the dudes in their crazy antics! “We’ve been dreaming about a live tour for years now, and it’s finally here! We can’t wait to see fans from all over the US this summer. It’s going to be a blast, and we can’t wait to hit the road in July!” — Coby Cotton of Dude Perfect The 20-city tour will kick off July 11th in San Diego, CA and make stops in Inglewood, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta and more before wrapping August 11th in Dallas, TX. Full itinerary below. To ensure tickets get in to the hands of fans and not scalpers or bots, the tour has partnered with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform. Fans can register now through Monday, April 8th at 10:00pm ET time HERE for the Verified Fan presale.  Registered fans who receive a code will have access to purchase tickets before the general public from Wednesday, April 10th at 10:00am local time through Thursday, April 11th at 10:00pm local time.  Dude Perfect 2019 Tour Dates:

DATECITYVENUE
Thu Jul 11San Diego, CAViejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University
Fri Jul 12San Jose, CAThe Event Center at SJSU
Sat Jul 13Fresno, CASave Mart Center
Sun Jul 14Inglewood, CAForum
Thu Jul 18Denver, CO1STBANK Center
Fri Jul 19Kansas City, MOSilverstein Eye Centers Arena
Sat Jul 20St. Louis, MOChaifetz Arena
Sun Jul 21Chicago, ILSears Centre Arena
Thu Jul 25Grand Rapids, MI Deltaplex Arena
Fri Jul 26Columbus, OHSchottenstein Center
Sat Jul 27Pittsburgh, PAPetersen Events Center
Sun Jul 28Newark, NJPrudential Center
Thu Aug 01Indianapolis, INBankers Life Fieldhouse
Fri Aug 02Nashville, TNNashville Municipal Auditorium
Sat Aug 03Charlotte, NCBojangles’ Coliseum
Sun Aug 04Atlanta, GAInfinite Energy Center
Thu Aug 08Tulsa, OKBOK Center
Fri Aug 09Houston, TXToyota Center
Sat Aug 10Cedar Park, TXH-E-B Center at Cedar Park
Sun Aug 11Dallas, TXAllen Event Center 
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El Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield 2019 Comienza Hoy

Apr 5, 2019

El Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield 2019 Comienza HoyEl torneo clasificatorio del Caribe contará con la participación de 13 clubes de 13 Asociaciones Miembros del Caribe
Miami (viernes 5 de abril de 2019) – La Confederación de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe de Fútbol Asociación (Concacaf) recuerda a los medios que la segunda edición del Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield comienza hoy, y está programado a jugarse del 5 al 15 de abril de 2019, en el estadio Ergilio Hato y el estadio Dr. Antoine Maduro, en Willemstad, Curazao.

Los 13 clubes participantes son (en orden alfabético por país): Dakota FC (ARU), Hoppers FC (ATG), SV Real Rincon (BOE), Weymouth Wales (BRB), Scholars International Sports Club (CAY), Santiago de Cuba (CUB), Jong Holland (CUW), Club Sportif Moulien (GLP), Fruta Conquerors Football (GUY), Platinum Football Club (LCA), Club Franciscain (MTQ), Rams Village Superstars (SKN) y SV Robinhood (SUR). 

El horario completo, con horarios de inicio se puede encontrar aquí.

Después de la fase de grupos, los ganadores de cada grupo y los segundos lugares avanzarán a los cuartos de final. Los ganadores de los cuartos de final se clasificarán automáticamente para las semifinales. Los dos finalistas disputarán la final el lunes 15 de abril de 2019. 

El ganador del Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield 2019, siempre y cuando cumpla con los requisitos de las Licencias de Clubes Regionales de Concacaf, tendrá la oportunidad de enfrentar al cuarto clasificado de la Copa Caribeña de Clubes Concacaf Flow 2019, en un partido de repechaje, para determinar el cuarto representante caribeño en la Liga Concacaf Scotiabank Concacaf 2019.

En la edición inaugural del Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield, el Club Franciscain de Martinica fue coronado campeón con una victoria por 2-1 sobre el Inter Moengotapoe de Surinam. El club de Martinica continuó su destacada temporada internacional en el 2018 al superar al Central FC de Trinidad y Tobago 2-1 en el repechaje para asegurar un lugar en su primera Liga Concacaf Scotiabank, donde cayó ante el equipo nicaragüense Walter Ferretti en penales.

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ALEX MORGAN SCORES 100TH GOAL AS USA TAKES DOWN AUSTRALIA 5-3 IN COLORADO

Apr 5, 2019

ALEX MORGAN SCORES 100TH GOAL AS USA TAKES DOWN AUSTRALIA 5-3 IN COLORADO

Alex Morgan Becomes Seventh Player in U.S. WNT History to Score 100 Goals; 
Mallory Pugh Scores Second Career Brace; Tobin Heath, Megan Rapinoe Also Add Goals; 
USA Next Plays Belgium at Banc of California Stadium in LA on April 7 (6 p.m. PT, ESPN2)

COMMERCE CITY, Colorado (April 4, 2019) – The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated world No. 6 Australia, 5-3 on Thursday night in front of 17,264 fans at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park as Alex Morgan scored the 100 th goal of her career and Mallory Pugh notched two goals in front of her hometown crowd.

The USA had more chances in the first half and capitalized early on when Morgan opened the scoring in the 14th minute, joining six other American women in the exclusive 100-goal club. Australia’s Lisa De Vanna tied it up at 1-1 in the 29th minute, a score line the teams took into halftime.

In the second half, Australia and the USA combined for six goals, with Australia jumping to a 2-1 lead in the 47th minute courtesy of Caitlin Foord. The USA quickly leveled minutes later when Tobin Heath headed home the equalizer before Megan Rapinoe and Pugh added two more to distance the U.S. from The Matildas. Sam Kerr cut the U.S. lead to one with 10 minutes remaining in regulation, but Pugh put the cherry on top of the U.S. win with her second goal of the game just before the final whistle.

Up Next: The WNT heads to Southern California to play Belgium on Sunday, April 7 (6 p.m. PT, ESPN2) at Banc of California Stadium in downtown Los Angeles. Following that match, players will return to their NWSL clubs before gathering in early May to embark on its three-game Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods. The USA will face South Africa on May 12 in Santa Clara, California at Levi’s Stadium; continue on to St. Louis to take on New Zealand at Busch Stadium on May 16 and finish up the Send-Off Series vs. Mexico at Red Bull Arena on May 26 in Harrison, N.J.

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Goal Scoring Rundown: 
USA – Alex Morgan (Crystal Dunn), 14th: 
Dunn lofted a nice ball from the back into the USA’s attacking third where Morgan received the ball on the run, controlled it well and took it past Ellie Carpenter with a cut to the inside. She then shot before Alanna Kennedy and Gemma Simon could recover, sliding to push her right-footed shot into the right side of the net for her 100th international goal. USA 1, AUS 0. WATCH .

AUS – Lisa De Vanna (Caitlin Foord), 29th minute: Foord ran the ball down the middle pausing about 25 yards out before passing it to De Vanna, who was incoming on the left flank towards the box. De Vanna took one touch and let the ball roll a little before crushing a left-footed shot into the upper right corner of the net to level the match. USA 1, AUS 1. WATCH .

AUS – Caitlin Foord (Sam Kerr), 47th minute: Kerr got the ball to Foord at the top of the box, with Foord showing off some nice moves and spinning to evade Samantha Mewis’ coverage before shooting from just inside 18-yards into the far right side netting to give Australia the early lead in the second half. USA 1, AUS 2. WATCH .

USA – Tobin Heath (Emily Sonnett), 53rd minute: Standing outside of the box on the right side, Sonnett crossed the ball to the opposite end, where Heath jumped and headed it to the back of the net for the second-half equalizer. USA 2, AUS 2. WATCH .

USA – Megan Rapinoe, 61st minute: Samantha Mewis showed some excellent play on the right side of the box, beating three defenders before crossing it into the box where it was flicked by an Australian defender. Rapinoe collected the ball and took a few touches before shooting through traffic from the top of the box for the third U.S. goal of the game. USA 3, AUS 2. WATCH .

USA – Mallory Pugh (Emily Sonnett), 67th: Morgan and Sonnett combined for a quick one-two pass inside the box, with Sonnett then moving the ball to Pugh, who finished from close range to the far corner after having subbed into the game just 37 seconds before. USA 4, AUS 2. WATCH .

AUS – Sam Kerr (Haley Raso), 81st minute: Raso sent a cross to the center of the box where Kerr headed the ball from the penalty spot into the back of net to bring Australia within one. USA 4, AUS 3. WATCH .

USA – Mallory Pugh (Alyssa Naeher), 90+5: Naeher’s booming punt set up for Pugh to run under it and cleverly lift it over Australia goalkeeper Lydia Williams for her second goal of the match. USA 5, AUS 3. WATCH . FINAL.

Additional Notes:

  • Alex Morgan’s 100th career goal tonight was also her second of 2019. She is tied with Tiffeny Milbrett (100 goals) in sixth place on the all-time scoring list, behind Abby Wambach (184), Mia Hamm (158), Kristine Lilly (130), Michelle Akers (107) and Carli Lloyd (106).
  • Morgan has scored 27 goals over her last 32 WNT matches, a span that runs from the end of 2017. The 27 goals have included six braces and one hat trick. Morgan earned cap No. 159 and moved into sole possession of 17th all-time in games played.
  • She is the third youngest player (29 years, 276 days) in WNT history to score 100 goals, behind only Mia Hamm (26 years, 185 days) and Abby Wambach (29 years, 47 days). She is also the fourth fastest player to 100 goals behind Wambach (129 caps), Michelle Akers (130) and Hamm (156).
  • Tobin Heath scored her third goal of 2019 tonight and the 28th of her career. She has scored 10 goals in her last 15 matches and eight in her last 10.
  • Megan Rapinoe earned cap No. 150 tonight, making her the 21st woman in USA history to play 150 times or more for her country. She scored her 44th career goal and third of 2019.
  • Colorado native Mallory Pugh scored 37 seconds after coming into the match in the second half and again seconds before the game’s final whistle. It was her second career brace. Pugh now has 15 international goals with the USA and three in 2019.
  • Emily Sonnett earned two assists, her first of 2019. Crystal Dunn earned her first assist of 2019.

– U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report –

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Australia 
Date: April 4, 2019 
Competition: International Friendly 
Venue: Dick’s Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo. 
Kickoff: 7 p.m. MT 
Attendance: 17,264 
Weather: 60 degrees; Partly cloudy

Scoring Summary: 1   2   F 
USA                          1   4   5 AUS                          1   2   3

USA – Alex Morgan (Crystal Dunn)         14th minute 
AUS – Lisa De Vanna (Caitlin Foord)       29 
AUS – Caitlin Foord (Sam Kerr)               47 
USA – Tobin Heath (Emily Sonnett)         53 
USA – Megan Rapinoe                             61 
USA – Mallory Pugh (Emily Sonnett)        67 
AUS – Sam Kerr (Hayley Raso)                81 
USA – Mallory Pugh (Alyssa Naeher)       90+5

Lineups: 
USA: 1-Alyssa Naeher; 2-Emily Sonnett (12-Tierna Davidson, 79), 7-Abby Dahlkemper (10-Carli Lloyd, 85), 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Crystal Dunn; 8-Julie Ertz, 9-Lindsey Horan (23-Christen Press, 64), 16-Rose Lavelle (3-Samantha Mewis, 46); 17-Tobin Heath, 13-Alex Morgan (20-Allie Long, 81), 15-Megan Rapinoe (capt.) (22-Mallory Pugh, 66) 
Substitutes not used : 11-Ali Krieger, 24-Ashlyn Harris, 26-Jessica McDonald 
Head coach: Jill Ellis

AUS: 1-Lydia Williams; 2-Gema Simon, 4-Clare Polkinghorne, 8-Elise Kellond-Knight (16-Hayley Raso, 68), 9-Caitlin Foord (17-Mary Fowler, 75), 10-Emily Van Egmond, 11-Lisa De Vanna (15-Emily Gielnik, 57), 13-Tameka Butt (19-Katrina Gorry, 90), 14-Alanna Kennedy, 20-Sam Kerr (capt.), 21-Ellie Carpenter 
Substitutes not used: 12-Teagan Micah, 18-Mackenzie Arnold, 3-Aivi Luik, 5-Laura Alleway, 22-Elizabeth Ralston, 23-Teigen Allen 
Head coach: Ante Milicic

Stats Summary: USA / AUS 
Shots: 17 / 10 
Shots on Goal: 11 / 3 
Saves: 0 / 6 
Corner Kicks: 11 / 1 
Fouls: 8 / 7 
Offside: 7 / 0

Misconduct Summary: 
USA – Megan Rapinoe (caution)        49th minute 
AUS – Clare Polkinghorne (caution)   84 
USA – Samantha Mewis (caution)      90+1

Officials: 
Referee: Karen Abt (USA) 
Assistant Referee 1: Jennifer Garner (USA) 
Assistant Referee 2: Melissa Snedden (CAN) 
4th Official: Sandra Benitez (SLV)

Woman of the Match: Mallory Pugh

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