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Colombia upset one for the ages in women’s soccer

Colombia upset one for the ages in women’s soccer

Dan Lauletta June 13, 2015 66

The relatively short history of international women’s soccer has yielded precious few dramatic upsets, mostly because the developmental curves have been so skewed they were often quite literally impossible.  And even as we celebrate

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Women’s World Cup — what we learned on Day 8

Women’s World Cup — what we learned on Day 8

The Equalizer Staff June 13, 2015 10

Statistics and analytics are a huge part of sports in the modern age, and rightfully so, but sometimes one comes across that stops you in your tracks and makes you say, “Huh?” On Saturday,

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Colombia stuns France, goes atop Group F

Colombia stuns France, goes atop Group F

Dan Lauletta June 13, 2015 45

The Atlantic outpost of Moncton reverberated shockwaves back across all of Canada and around the world on Saturday afternoon as the site of Colombia’s titanic, 2-0 upset over France in Group F play at

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Women’s World Cup — Day 8 Preview

Women’s World Cup — Day 8 Preview

Dan Lauletta June 13, 2015 49

The final matches of the second round of group play will play out Saturday.  Let’s have a look: Group F – France (1-0-0) vs Colombia (0-0-1) Saturday, 1 p.m. EDT Moncton Stadium, Moncton WATCH

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Stock up, stock down: World Cup through Round 1

Stock up, stock down: World Cup through Round 1

Ray Curren June 10, 2015 33

We’ve now seen everyone once at the World Cup. We should be clear that one game does not a World Cup make, especially when 16 of the 24 teams will advance to the knockout

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Women’s World Cup Day 4 — Vero, Spain Debut

Women’s World Cup Day 4 — Vero, Spain Debut

The Equalizer Staff June 9, 2015 25

The long awaited World Cup debut of Spain’s Vero Boquete, by any measure one of the best women’s soccer players of her generation, was a dud Tuesday, unfortunately. But it’s hard to blame Boquete

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Colombia’s first WC goal earns draw with Mexico

Colombia’s first WC goal earns draw with Mexico

Dan Lauletta June 9, 2015 13

Your browser does not support iframes. Mexico and Colombia battled to a hard-fought, 1-1 draw Tuesday afternoon in Moncton that left both countries winless in their World Cup history and facing a gargantuan task

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WATCH: First goal-line technology moment in WWC

WATCH: First goal-line technology moment in WWC

The Equalizer Staff June 9, 2015 4

Your browser does not support iframes. Mexico is the beneficiary of the first use of goal-line technology in Women’s World Cup history. Veronica Perez scored from a ridiculous angle to give Mexico a 1-0

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Women’s World Cup — Day 4 Preview

Women’s World Cup — Day 4 Preview

Dan Lauletta June 9, 2015 4

Tuesday is the final set of matches in the opening series so if the team you are following has not played yet, they’ll be on the schedule today.  Here is a look: Group F

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2015 Women’s World Cup: Group F Preview

2015 Women’s World Cup: Group F Preview

Dan Lauletta June 3, 2015 17

The drawback of the 24-team final is in full effect in this group. The France-England opener represents the juiciest of the opening ties at the World Cup, but it also presents a great opportunity

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