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June 30, 2015
WHICH ONE WILL BE A KEEPER?
Women's World Cup semifinal pits the 2 best GKs in the Hope Solo (USA) vs. Nadine Angerer (Germany)

MONTREAL -- Tuesday's Women's World Cup semifinals not only pits the two best teams in the world, it also will be a rare confrontation between the two finest goalkeepers on the planet.

For only the sixth time, the USA's Hope Solo and Germany's Nadine Angerer will meet in a game.


June 28, 2015
THE DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY GETS HARDER
Wambach on Germany: 'In order to get to the final, we're going to have to play almost impeccable soccer'

MONTREAL -- Defeating an improved and up-and-coming China team is one thing. Taking on the top-ranked side in the world is another matter altogether.


June 27, 2015
REACHING NEW HIGHS
Friday's U.S. win 3rd most watched women's game ever

VANCOUVER,---Viewership for Friday's United States 1-0 win over China in the quarterfinal of the Women's World Cup set another high for television viewership, making it the third most watched women's soccer game in U.S. history.


June 26, 2015
BIG STEP
Lloyd's goal lifts USA into Women's World Cup semis

OTTAWA, Ontario -- It's funny how things go sometimes.

On a night in which the United States was not at full strength in the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup, the Americans not only find a way to win, but dominate their foes and play their best game of the competition.


June 26, 2015
A TRIP TO THE SEMIS
Lloyd connects to advance United States

OTTAWA, Ontario – Midfielder Carli Lloyd celebrated her 200th international appearance in style, connecting in the 51st minute for the lone goal in a 1-0 United States quarterfinal win over China in the Women's World Cup before 24,141 spectators at Lansdowne Stadium Friday night.


June 25, 2015
SOME NEW LIFE
USA women can prove they are for real by playing well in Women's World Cup quarterfinals

OTTAWA, Ontario -- For four games, American soccer fans have waited -- patiently and impatiently -- for the U.S. women's national team to break out of its offensive funk.

And for four games they have been disappointed.


June 25, 2015
CONNECTED HISTORY
U.S., China intertwined in World Cup as both need a win Friday

The last time the United States and China squared off in a World Cup match, it produced an epic battle, the most watched soccer event in U.S. history and the Americans last World Championship.

The two sides meet Friday in a quarterfinal at Lansdowne Stadium in Ottawa, with the Americans having never lost to the Steel Roses in the World Cup---can they continue that streak?


June 24, 2015
AFTER CANADA
U.S. women to play Costa Rica twice in August

CHICAGO - The U.S. women's national team will play its first two post-Women's World Cup matches, hosting Costa Rica twice in August.


June 23, 2015
DECISIONS, DECISIONS
Ellis must decide on who will replace Rapinoe, Holiday vs. China in WWC quarterfinals

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Before the United States faces China in the FIFA Women's World Cup quarterfinals, head coach Jill Ellis has some tough decisions to make as she must find a way to replace half her midfield.


June 22, 2015
GOOD ENOUGH
USA women struggle, get past 10-player Colombia to reach Women's World Cup quarterfinals

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Despite struggling once again and having Abby Wambach miss a penalty kick, the United States booked a spot in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals behind a 2-0 win over shorthanded Colombia Monday night at Commonwealth Stadium.


June 22, 2015
QUARTERFINALS BOUND
Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd score 2nd-half goals to power USA over Colombia in WWC Round of 16

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd scored within a 13-minute span in the second half to lead the United States to a 2-0 win over 10-player Colombia in the Round of 16 of the FIFA Women's World Cup on Monday night.


June 21, 2015
A NOT-SO-GENTLE REMINDER
USA says it will take nothing for granted vs. Colombia after Australia upset Brazil

EDMONTON, Alberta -- Without playing a knockout-round match in the FIFA Women's World Cup, the United States was reminded Sunday how fragile life can be for even the favorites.


June 16, 2015
TOP OF THE HEAP
USA women win Group D with 1-0 win over Nigeria, reach knockout round

VANCOUVER -- The United States booked a spot in the knockout round of the Women's World Cup and won Group D as well, recording a 1-0 win over shorthanded Nigeria in B.C. Place on Tuesday night.


June 13, 2015
VARIOUS SCENARIOS
How USWNT can advance to World Cup knockout round

Here are several scenarios on how the U.S. can advance to the Round of 16 of the Women's World Cup.


June 12, 2015
A HEAD'S UP PLAY
Meghan Klingenberg, the shortest player on the field, heads away sure goal to preserve tie

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- On a team that boasts some of the most impressive firepower among all women's national teams, the United States needed a vital play by defender Meghan Klingenberg to preserve a scoreless draw with Sweden in Group D of the Women's World Cup on Friday night.


June 12, 2015
THE RESPONSE
U.S. Soccer responds to Sen. Blumenthal criticisms of it handling the Hope Solo domestic violence case

The United States Soccer Federation Friday responded in a letter to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, who sent a letter to U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati.


June 12, 2015
INABILITY TO CONNECT
U.S. gets a 0-0 draw with Sweden

WINNIPEG, Manitoba--The United States kept its lead atop Group D at the Women's World Cup, but failed in a chance to advance to the knockout round, playing Sweden to a tough 0-0 draw at Winnipeg Stadium Friday night.


June 9, 2015
A TALE OF TWO MORGANS
Morgan Brian is savoring her 1st World Cup experience …

WINNIPEG, Manitoba-- As she stood next to the fourth official’s table late in the United States' win over Australia at Winnipeg Stadium Monday night, Morgan Brian took in the moment.


June 9, 2015
A TALE OF TWO MORGANS
... while Alex Morgan savors playing for the 1st time in 66 days

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Lost in the excitement of Megan Rapinoe connecting for the insurance score late in the United States' 3-1 triumph over Australia in the Women's World Cup opener was a late substitution.


June 8, 2015
THE SAVIOUR
Hope Solo makes all the important stops, gets all the important superlatives as well

WINNIPEG, Canada -- From the opening kickoff to the final whistle, Hope Solo was fabulous, fantastic and unbelievable.


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