Group D / National Women's Soccer League / US Women's National Team / Women's World Cup

Versatility becomes a key for O’Hara

Six years ago, the Stanford women’s soccer team embarked on a run that would change the program’s history. Led by senior forward Kelley O’Hara, the Cardinal secured a near-perfect 25-1 record. Sophomore midfielder/defender Camille Levin had a tremendous impact during their quest for a National Championship. Pitted against Jill Ellis’s UCLA Bruins in the College Cup … Continue reading

US Women's National Team / Women's World Cup

U.S. women roll past Mexico behind second-half surge

Entering Sunday night’s game in Los Angeles at the Stub Hub Center, the question was not if the United States woman’s national team would beat Mexico but rather how. Following an unconvincing 3-0 win over an inferior Republic of Ireland side May 10th, the Americans’ form was in question. After Sunday’s 5-1 win against their neighbors across the border, … Continue reading

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Ellis names U.S. roster for Women’s World Cup

Jill Ellis announced Tuesday the 23-woman roster for this summer’s World Cup. The roster features eight players making their first World Cup roster: goalkeepers Ashlyn Harris and Alyssa Naeher; defenders Whitney Engen, Julie Johnston and Meghan Klingenberg; midfielder and NWSL first overall pick Morgan Brian; and forwards Sydney Leroux and Christen Press. Ellis has had 25 players … Continue reading

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LIVE BLOG: USA at England (2/13/14)

After a 2-0 loss to France on Feb. 8, the U.S. women will take on England TODAY. Lineups: Tonight's @England Women and @ussoccer_wnt teams… #ENGvUSA — MK Dons FC (@MKDonsFC) February 13, 2015 The U.S. women are coming off that 2-0 loss against France. Several lineup changes including Abby Wambach starting over Tobin Heath … Continue reading