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O’Hara: USWNT not sweating ‘Group of Death’

O’Hara: USWNT not sweating ‘Group of Death’

Jeff Kassouf May 22, 2015 57

Talk all you want about the Group of Death, but the United States women’s national team isn’t getting caught up in the hype. Faced with by far the toughest group at the 2015 World

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Seabrook a defender of country, and in soccer

Seabrook a defender of country, and in soccer

Jennifer Gordon May 21, 2015 12

Jade Seabrook is a defender in more ways than one. As a center back, she helps keep the ball out of the back of the net and soon she’ll be a Marine Corps officer,

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The Lowdown: King, Kallman find form for Breakers

The Lowdown: King, Kallman find form for Breakers

Dan Lauletta May 19, 2015 22

The talk after Saturday’s Breakers’ win over the Thorns was the stoppage-time goal by Kristie Mewis. The talk at halftime was how Mewis combined with left back Mollie Pathman to dominate the left side

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NWSL Weekend Review: Red Stars lone remaining unbeaten

NWSL Weekend Review: Red Stars lone remaining unbeaten

Jeff Kassouf May 18, 2015 12

Portland Thorns FC once again found Boston a tough place to play on Saturday, losing to the Breakers on a stoppage-time goal by Kristie Mewis. That leaves the Chicago Red Stars as the lone

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Leroux starts, nets brace in US win over Mexico

Leroux starts, nets brace in US win over Mexico

Jeff Kassouf May 17, 2015 549

Sydney Leroux entered Sunday in a slump. She exited the night with a legitimate case to be a starter at the World Cup. Three weeks before the start of the tournament, Leroux scored twice

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Two years later, Miller back on field for Spirit

Two years later, Miller back on field for Spirit

Jennifer Gordon May 16, 2015 4

BOYDS, Md. — For the Spirit’s Caroline Miller, the last two years have been a horrible kind of deja va, as a series of ankle injuries have kept the 23-year-old off the pitch for

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NWSL Week 6 Preview: Red Stars finally away

NWSL Week 6 Preview: Red Stars finally away

Dan Lauletta May 14, 2015 5

FC Kansas City host another Thursday match as they look to sweep a home-and-home from the Flash and win their fourth in a row.  That and three other matches on tap for NWSL Week

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It’s here! BUY the 2015 World Cup Preview Guide

It’s here! BUY the 2015 World Cup Preview Guide

The Equalizer Staff May 13, 2015 25

The day is finally here: The 2015 Women’s World Cup Preview Guide has arrived. If you pre-ordered, good for you. If not: No sweat, there is plenty of time to purchase your copy of

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The Lowdown: Assessing the teams after Week 5

The Lowdown: Assessing the teams after Week 5

Dan Lauletta May 12, 2015 35

The NWSL offseason seems to take forever and then the season goes by in a flash. We’re already five weeks in to the 2015 campaign and the landscape has changed with the U.S. World

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NWSL Weekend Review: Controversy strikes

NWSL Weekend Review: Controversy strikes

Jeff Kassouf May 12, 2015 19

The first full week of NWSL action without U.S. players produced plenty of drama, and already new names are stepping up to fill roles while the stars are away. Western New York Flash 0-1

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