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USWNT: Positives to Take Towards World Cup 2015

August 10, 2012
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On Thursday, the USWNT defeated Japan 2-1 in a thrilling match to re-establish itself as the world’s pre-eminent soccer team. Following the celebrations will come a three-year lull before the next major international competition, the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be held in Canada. Here are three positives the USWNT can take...

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Grading Every USWNT Player’s Olympic Tournament So Far

August 7, 2012
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Coming off a thrilling 4-3 victory over Canada in the Olympic semifinals, the United States Women’s National Team now turns its focus to the gold medal match against Japan, which will be a rematch of last summer’s World Cup. So far in the tournament, the USWNT is a perfect 5-0. Here is how the...

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USWNT: 6 Things We Learned from Win over New Zealand

August 4, 2012
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The United States Women’s National Team defeated New Zealand 2-0 on Friday morning to advance from the Olympic quarterfinals. They will now meet Canada on Monday afternoon at 2:45 ET in the semifinals. Here are six things we learned from the game. Rachel Buehler was much better Buehler, who tends to bear the brunt...

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USWNT v Japan: Four Thoughts from the U.S.’ Dominating Win

June 18, 2012
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The United States Women’s National Team defeated World Cup champion Japan 4-1 Monday morning in Sweden. Here are four thoughts from the USWNT’s win. Alex Morgan continues to be red hot Moments after a Hope Solo and Rachel Buehler miscue almost put the U.S. down in only the 3rd minute, the U.S. found itself...

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USWNT: Six Thoughts from the Women’s World Cup

July 19, 2011
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As the World Cup has now been put to bed and our players have returned to American soil, I wanted to share six thoughts I had from the tournament. I’m extremely proud of our team Who wouldn’t be, right? Our women battled through some tremendously difficult circumstances to make it to the finals and...

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