American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) – The unthinkable has finally happened. The Dallas Roughnecks lost their first game in franchise history. The Roughnecks, who were the defending AUDL champions and winners of 23 straight games, lost to the Jacksonville Cannons 24-22. The Cannons appear to be on the rise in the South Division. The Roughnecks didn’t rebound very well on Sunday, losing to the Raleigh Flyers 32-25.
National Lacrosse League (NLL) – The Georgia Swarm defeated the Toronto Rock 11-8 in the first game of the Eastern Division final. In the Western Division semifinal, the Saskatchewan Rush had no trouble with the Colorado Mammoths in a 19-8 victory. Georgia and Saskatchewan will try to wrap it up this weekend at home.
Central Basketball Association (CBA) – The Fort Wayne Flite held off the Indianapolis Blaze to repeat as league champions. Trailing by three points, 93-90, with seven seconds remaining Indianapolis failed to tie the game with a wide-open three-point attempt, and then on the ensuing possession, down 95-92, missed another three-point shot at the buzzer, allowing Fort Wayne to win a second consecutive championship title. Greg Foster led the Flite with 23 points followed by Mikel Brigham with 16 and Corey Wickware with 15.
Arena Football League (AFL) – The Philadelphia Soul remains on top of the five-team lead at 5-0, followed by Tampa Bay (4-1), Washington (1-3), Cleveland (1-4) and Baltimore (1-4).
National Arena League (NAL) – The Jacksonville Sharks had a bye week after demolishing the Corpus Christi Rage 71-6. This weekend they will host the Monterrey Steel (4-2). The Lehigh Valley Steelhawks stayed within a game of the Sharks winning two weeks ago against the Dayton Wolfpack 68-6. The Steelhawks will play at High Country this weekend.
Indoor Football League (IFL) – Scores from last weekend: Salt Lake 38, Colorado 37; Arizona 49, Spokane 35; Iowa 56, Cedar Rapids 54; Sioux Falls 44, Green Bay 24.
Arena Pro Football (APF) – It doesn’t appear that any of the teams played this past weekend. The leagues website is horrible and really needs some attention. Here is the schedule for the upcoming weekend: River City Raiders (3-2) at Richmond Rough Riders (4-0), Florida Tarpons (4-0) at Birmingham Outlawz (0-5). Note: Florida should actually have a loss since they were beaten by Richmond two weeks ago.
Champions Indoor Football League (CIFL) – The Duke City Gladiators (4-5) lost to the Dodge City Law (8-2) on Saturday, 65-62, in the closing seconds. The win keeps the Law on top of the South Division and a bye week this weekend.
CAN-AM Indoor Football League – The Vermont Bucks (6-1) and Rochester Kings (5-0) lead their divisions. Vermont beat the Boston Blaze 41-30 two weeks ago and, according to the league’s website, will play the Blaze again on June 3rd. Rochester defeated Boston this weekend, 66-30, and will host the Capital City Reapers on Saturday.
National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) – Seattle Reign FC forward Nahomi Kawasumi was named the league’s player of the week for Week 5 after scoring a goal and earning an NWSL-record four assists in Seattle’s 6-2 win over the Washington Spirit.
Major League Soccer (MLS) – Toronto FC leads the Eastern Conference with 25 points while the Houston Dynamo, FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City tied at the top of the Western Conference with 19 points.
North American Soccer League (NASL) – Miami FC leads the Spring Season standings with 14 points. Miami edged Indy 3-2 last weekend. They will play the San Francisco Deltas this weekend in the U.S. Open Cup.
United Soccer League (USL) – Here are the current power rankings: 1. San Antonio FC, 2. Charleston Battery, 3. Real Monarchs SLC, 4. Tampa Bay Rowdies, 5. Louisville City FC, 6. Pittsburgh Riverhounds, 7. Rio Grand Valley FC, 8. Tulsa Roughnecks FC, 9. Swope Park Rangers, 10. Orlando City B.
Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) – The #2 ranked Chicago Force rolled past the Minnesota Vixen 53-0 to improve to 5-0. Chicago built a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and exploded for a 39-0 lead at halftime. Mary Choules had nine tackles for the Force and was named the Game Day Defensive Most Valuable Player.