Boys soccer preview
The 2014 DODDS-Europe boys soccer season opened last weekend on an unpredictable scene of contenders in flux at all three divisional levels. Saturday brings the first full schedule of games in the regular season; the DODDS-Europe tournament will play out May 19-22 at sites around Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Girls soccer preview
The 2014 DODDS-Europe girls soccer season kicked off last weekend with deeply-entrenched contenders in Division I and II and an entirely clean Division III slate. The opening weekend’s handful of games gives way to a full-fledged slate Saturday, all leading up to the DODDS-Europe championship tournament set for May 19-22 at sites around Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Upperclassmen and Division I players dominate the 2013-14 All-Europe basketball teams, announced this week by DODDS-Europe athletic director Karen Seadore.
Division III playoffs
The Brussels and Sigonella boys and girls basketball teams – ranked No. 1 and 2, respectively - won all four of their Division III games Thursday at the DODDS European Basketball Championships, taking the first step towards a title run.
DODDS-Europe boys basketball preview
The 2013-14 DODDS-Europe boys basketball tournament will run Wednesday through Saturday at sites around Wiesbaden. Here’s a look at the contenders in all three divisions:
Brussels senior Ana-Marija Vasileva has waited four years to play in a DODDS-Europe Division III championship match. On Saturday, she'll finally get her wish.
European tourney - Day 1
The first day of the DODDS-Europe’s Division I volleyball championships ended as it started Thursday: an upset that demonstrated the title is anybody’s to win.
A powerful reigning champion reduced to a No. 2 seed. A team accustomed to dominance now challenged by a new, higher level of play. A group of frustrated contenders finally offered an easier path to a title.
Blue and gold
Julienne Sorrell and Russell Sparks