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Nash:  For USSF, good enough no longer good enough

Nash: For USSF, good enough no longer good enough

Tim Nash April 28, 2016 266

For U.S. Soccer, the best and the worst of all possibilities played out at the same time 25 years ago in China. A quarter of a century ago, their six-year-old women’s program won the

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Lloyd has MCL sprain; out 3-6 weeks

Lloyd has MCL sprain; out 3-6 weeks

The Equalizer Staff April 25, 2016 304

Houston Dash and United States national team player Carli Lloyd had a Grade 1 sprain of the MCL on her right knee. The MRI also showed some stretching of the distal hamstring. Recovery time

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Pride top Dash with record crowd; Lloyd injured

Pride top Dash with record crowd; Lloyd injured

The Equalizer Staff April 23, 2016 119

The Orlando Pride announced themselves in NWSL Saturday night with an entertaining 3-1 win over the Houston Dash, courtesy of three second half goals. 23,403 attendees filed into Orlando’s Citrus Bowl for the Pride’s

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Going for Gold: Will Rampone make Olympic roster?

Going for Gold: Will Rampone make Olympic roster?

Eric Scatamacchia April 21, 2016 270

Longtime U.S. captain and four-time Olympic gold medalist Christie Rampone has not played for the U.S. national team in 2016. Rampone, 40, had surgery in December 2015 due to a bone bruise in her

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U.S. adds June 5 friendly against Japan

U.S. adds June 5 friendly against Japan

The Equalizer Staff April 20, 2016 56

The United States will play Japan in an international friendly at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday, June 5. The match extends the series between the rivals to two games over four days. The

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USWNT to play France in Olympic group play

USWNT to play France in Olympic group play

The Equalizer Staff April 14, 2016 256

The United States will open their quest for a fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal against New Zealand and will also play France and Colombia in group play. The draw for the Olympic tournament in

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Sauerbrunn says no plans to boycott NWSL

Sauerbrunn says no plans to boycott NWSL

Dan Lauletta April 13, 2016 75

Ongoing legal battles between the United States national team the U.S. Soccer have recently called into question whether the team will strike ahead of this summer’s Olympic Games. Co-captain Becky Sauerbrunn said as much

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Abby Wambach pleads guilty to DUII

Abby Wambach pleads guilty to DUII

The Equalizer Staff April 13, 2016 35

Abby Wambach pleaded guilty on Tuesday to driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), and has agreed to enroll in a diversion program available to first-time offenders. The Oregonian reported the story. If Wambach

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USMNT’s Zusi stumbles over equal pay questions

USMNT’s Zusi stumbles over equal pay questions

The Equalizer Staff April 12, 2016 260

Graham Zusi is going to want these four minutes back. The United States men’s national team and Sporting Kansas City midfielder was recently on SI Now with Maggie Gray to discuss the U.S. women’s

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Sauerbrunn: Boycott of Rio Olympics ‘on the table’

Sauerbrunn: Boycott of Rio Olympics ‘on the table’

The Equalizer Staff April 11, 2016 715

United States women’s national team co-captain Becky Sauerbrunn says a boycott of the Rio 2016 Olympics is possible. “It would still be on the table,” Sauerbrunn said, asked by ESPN’s Julie Foudy if boycotting

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