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Rampone calls Wambach best she has played with

Rampone calls Wambach best she has played with

Jeff Kassouf November 4, 2015 127

Christie Rampone has played with some of the best, now bridging into her third generation with th U.S. women’s national team. Rampone’s time with FIFA Women’s World Co-Player of the Century Michelle Akers was

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Sky Blue rallies to draw Flash in US players’ return

Sky Blue rallies to draw Flash in US players’ return

Megan Manzari July 19, 2015 59

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Western New York Flash and Sky Blue FC ended their first meeting of the season with a 3-3 draw after a match filled with surprising twists and turns throughout. U.S.

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Rampone will play in Olympics ‘if body holds up’

Rampone will play in Olympics ‘if body holds up’

The Equalizer Staff July 11, 2015 358

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Christie Rampone says she’ll play in the 2016 Rio Olympics if her 40-year-old body allows her to. “If my body holds up I’ll be there,” she said. The longtime United States

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After WC title, Wambach, Ellis face Olympics decisions

After WC title, Wambach, Ellis face Olympics decisions

Jeff Kassouf July 6, 2015 430

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – So, what now? It’s a blunt question, to be fair, but it was the forward-looking inquiry for the United States women’s national team after the last pieces of golden confetti

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US overcame growing pains to peak when it mattered

US overcame growing pains to peak when it mattered

Dan Lauletta July 5, 2015 7

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — After months of uncertain buildup to the World Cup, and then a group stage and Round of 16 filled with angst and question marks, the United States finally kicked things

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Rampone, others met with Ellis at midway point

Rampone, others met with Ellis at midway point

Dan Lauletta July 3, 2015 514

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The World Cup is a funny thing. It goes by in a flash yet it seems to last forever. Thirty days. Lives change. Legacies are made. Teams make adjustments. And

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US staying loose despite pressure of K.O. stage

US staying loose despite pressure of K.O. stage

Jeff Kassouf June 18, 2015 43

EDMONTON, Alberta – They are here, and that is what really matters. The United States national team held its first training session in Edmonton on Thursday ahead of Monday’s match against Colombia in the

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Meet the US World Cup team: Defenders

Meet the US World Cup team: Defenders

Jeff Kassouf June 4, 2015 40

Four years ago the United States women were on the verge of a third World Cup title in the final against Japan, but twice conceded equalizers before losing in penalty kicks. Fast-forward to 2015

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USWNT notebook: One week to World Cup

USWNT notebook: One week to World Cup

Jeff Kassouf May 30, 2015 38

MANHATTAN & HARRISON, N.J. — The 2015 World Cup begins on June 6 and the United States has one last preparation match before heading to Canada on Tuesday. The U.S. will host Korea Republic

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Distractions aplenty for USWNT ahead of World Cup

Distractions aplenty for USWNT ahead of World Cup

Jeff Kassouf May 29, 2015 4

HARRISON, N.J. — Commuting across the Hudson River for work is nothing new for New Yorkers and New Jersey natives. Wednesday was a little different for the United States women’s national team, who didn’t

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