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Thursday Roundup: Portland Thorns Announce Preseason Tournament

Thursday Roundup: Portland Thorns Announce Preseason Tournament

The Equalizer Staff January 19, 2017 9

ALSO IN THIS ROUNDUP, REIGN RE-SIGN DALLSTREAM, CANADA ANNOUNCES ROSTER AND USWNT SPEAKS TO MEDIA PORTLAND TO HOST PRESEASON TOURNAMENT Following last year’s positive reception, the Portland Thorns will once again host a preseason

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Buchanan, Lawrence hope to lead WVU to title together

Buchanan, Lawrence hope to lead WVU to title together

Jennifer Gordon December 4, 2016 7

SAN JOSE – “Country roads, take me home. To the place, I belong,” members and staff of the West Virginia Mountaineers belted out on the field at Avaya Stadium after the final whistle blew

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Canada flaunts depth, physicality in win over Australia

Canada flaunts depth, physicality in win over Australia

Harjeet Johal August 4, 2016 35

Canada’s exciting 2-0 victory over Australia on Wednesday to open the Rio 2016 Olympics was a roller-coaster of excitement. The match had everything and was the top highlight among the opening fixtures. Canada was

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Group F Preview: Is Germany good enough to win gold?

Group F Preview: Is Germany good enough to win gold?

Ray Curren August 2, 2016 14

(In predicted order of finish.) It’s a tough group, but Germany looks to be rounding into form at just the precise time this summer, unlike last. They haven’t been so much as scored on

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Japan on the brink after loss to China

Japan on the brink after loss to China

Dan Lauletta March 4, 2016 117

Japan’s hopes of qualifying for the Olympic Games have been reduced to needing a lopsided win over Vietnam plus some help from their rivals. The struggles for the Nadesheko continued Friday when they lost

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Rebecca Quinn ready to make her mark with Canada

Rebecca Quinn ready to make her mark with Canada

Harjeet Johal December 19, 2015 11

VANCOUVER, B.C – Canada coach John Herdman has been tinkering with his roster as he looks to integrate younger players into the national team program. The firm veteran presence that Canada is known for

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Canada into Pan Am semis despite loss to Brazil

Canada into Pan Am semis despite loss to Brazil

The Equalizer Staff July 20, 2015 16

Canada lost, 2-0 to Brazil on Sunday night at the Pan Am Games, but still advanced to the semifinals thanks to Costa Rica’s shocking 2-0 loss to Ecuador. Cristiane and Andressa Alves scored in

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Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Dan Lauletta July 7, 2015 56

The United States won the World Cup for the third time on Sunday.  Their story has been well documented through the year and particularly over the last month.  But what about the other 23?

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The Lowdown:  Has NWSL helped Canada, Mexico?

The Lowdown: Has NWSL helped Canada, Mexico?

Dan Lauletta June 30, 2015 28

The World Cup is not over yet but it is for Canada and Mexico and those are the two countries that bought into Sunil Gulati’s plan of subsidizing player salaries in a new soccer

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Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Johal: Canada loss to England a missed opportunity

Harjeet Johal June 28, 2015 118

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada is out of the World Cup after a 2-1 defeat to England on Saturday afternoon at BC Place. The hosts fell behind early and never could fully recover. Canada’s

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