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Algarve Cup set for March 2-9

Algarve Cup set for March 2-9

Jeff Kassouf November 6, 2010 0

The 12 teams that will compete in the 2011 Algarve Cup in Portugal have been revealed, with Group A featuring four of the world’s top squads.  The tournament will take place March 2-9. No.

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U.S., Costa Rica through to semifinals

U.S., Costa Rica through to semifinals

Jeff Kassouf October 31, 2010 0

The United States and Costa Rica are through to the semifinals of CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying after victories Saturday in Mexico. The U.S. defeated Guatemala 9-0 behind an Amy Rodriguez hat trick and

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U.S., China draw at PPL Park

U.S., China draw at PPL Park

Jeff Kassouf October 7, 2010 0

The United States Women’s National Team salvaged an ugly 1-1 draw Wednesday with China thanks to an 83rd minute equalizer from University of California senior Alex Morgan.  The goal was Morgan’s first as a

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U.S. Women need better competition as women's soccer rises globally

U.S. Women need better competition as women's soccer rises globally

Jeff Kassouf July 27, 2010 0

It is clear the rest of the world of women’s soccer is catching up with the United States Women’s National Team.  Maybe that is a few years away from being evident at the senior

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Leroux deserves look from Sundhage

Leroux deserves look from Sundhage

Jeff Kassouf July 21, 2010 0

After the United States Women’s National Team defeated Sweden 3-0 Saturday, U.S. Head Coach Pia Sundhage indicated that she is still exploring options up front to pair with Abby Wambach beyond the obvious names

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WPS Weekend Wrap: Does this look familiar?

WPS Weekend Wrap: Does this look familiar?

Jeff Kassouf July 19, 2010 0

If it were not for the last month of World Cup action making 2010 feel like a summer of soccer mania, it would be easy for a Women’s Professional soccer fan to feel as

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July training camp brings answers, more questions for USWNT

July training camp brings answers, more questions for USWNT

Jeff Kassouf July 18, 2010 0

Training camp may have only lasted a week for the United States Women’s National Team and Head Coach Pia Sundhage, but two matches against Sweden this week provided insight into how the squad might

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USA 1-1 Sweden: Player Ratings

USA 1-1 Sweden: Player Ratings

Jeff Kassouf July 14, 2010 0

The United States Women’s National Team drew 1-1 with Sweden Tuesday from Morrison Stadium in Omaha, Neb. after an encouraging first half led to a dreadful second half from the Americans. Sweden found ample

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Breakers look for first winning streak without U.S. internationals

Breakers look for first winning streak without U.S. internationals

Jeff Kassouf July 9, 2010 0

The Boston Breakers enter Sunday’s match-up with the Atlanta Beat following their first win in almost three months last Sunday against the Philadelphia Independence, but putting together their first win streak of the season

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Countdown to Germany: 365 days to 2011 Women's World Cup

Countdown to Germany: 365 days to 2011 Women's World Cup

Jeff Kassouf June 26, 2010 0

The knockout stage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa began Saturday, June 26, but the date has further significance to women’s soccer fans anxiously anticipating the next World Cup.  The Women’s

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