Author: Andrew Harvey

A lifelong student of soccer whose passion for it outstrips his ability, Harvey is happy to return to the Cascadian mecca of The Beautiful Game. A Seattle native, Harvey was lured into the field of sports media by the high salaries and fast cars that are all too commonplace for sportswriters. As a student at Carleton (MN.) College, he worked as a writer, broadcaster and producer for the sports information department. Harvey graduated from Carleton magna cum laude in history and theatre in 2015. Harvey also worked for the North American Soccer League’s Minnesota United FC, contributing to televised broadcasts from the control room. After completing an internship with Sportspress Northwest, he covers the Sounders and UW men’s basketball as well as contributing coverage on the Seahawks and Mariners.


For the third time in as many matches, the Seattle Sounders conceded a goal in the final 10 minutes to lose 1-0, this time on the road to the Montreal Impact. Laurent Ciman was the home-team hero, heading in the game-winner in the 88th minute. Seattle (10-10-2) is in a free fall in both in the Western Conference standings and MLS power rankings with six losses in seven contests. Montreal (7-3-8) had lost two matches at home all season, despite languishing in the bottom half of the Eastern Conference table.

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With a left-footed strike in stoppage time, Chicago’s Jason Johnson delivered the decisive blow in a match filled with close calls to give the Fire its first franchise victory over the Sounders, 1-0, Saturday night. Chicago (5-9-3) entered the contest at the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings, while Seattle (10-8-2) stood tied with Vancouver

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