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Johnston replaces Dunn on USWNT qualifying roster

Johnston replaces Dunn on USWNT qualifying roster

Jeff Kassouf October 14, 2014 13

Julie Johnston has replaced Crystal Dunn on the United States women’s national team roster for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. An MRI revealed Dunn has a mild MCL sprain in her right knee, according to

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Parsons looking for answers Saturday vs. UNC

Parsons looking for answers Saturday vs. UNC

Jennifer Gordon March 21, 2014 16

The Washington Spirit host the University of North Carolina on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET at the Maryland SoccerPlex in a tough preseason test. Here’s what to look for ahead of the match: Where

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The Lowdown: Philly draft conjures 2010 memories

The Lowdown: Philly draft conjures 2010 memories

Dan Lauletta January 22, 2014 22

The soccer world descended on Philadelphia last week for the NSCAA Coaches Convention.  The NWSL College Draft was a tiny blip on the radar at the convention, but for fans of the women’s game

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Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Steve Bruno and Jen Gordon January 22, 2014 64

Friday’s NWSL College Draft featured one of the most talented classes of college players ever to vie for the pro ranks. Of the 36 spots, a quarter of those were filled by players from

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Top pick Dunn to be key part of new-look Spirit

Top pick Dunn to be key part of new-look Spirit

Dan Lauletta January 17, 2014 22

PHILADELPHIA — Cheryl Bailey stood in front of the lectern and said the words NWSL fans had been expecting for weeks.  “With the first pick in the 2014 NWSL Draft, the Washington Spirit select

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Looking at 2014 NWSL College Draft prospects

Looking at 2014 NWSL College Draft prospects

Jennifer Gordon January 12, 2014 21

The 2014 NWSL College Draft class of prospects is loaded with talent, and for an expanding league, that’s good news. Here’s a preview of the top players at each position. The rookie draft will

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NSCAA announces All-American teams

NSCAA announces All-American teams

The Equalizer Staff December 6, 2013 9

North Carolina senior Crystal Dunn was named an NSCAA All-American for the fourth time in as many years and made the first team for the second year running.  Eleven of the 12 first teamers

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Good shape, momentary lapses for young US defense in win over Australia

Good shape, momentary lapses for young US defense in win over Australia

Jeff Kassouf October 21, 2013 42

Lisa De Vanna thrice worked her way into a one-on-one position against U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo in the opening half hour on Sunday. Solo did what she usually does — made big saves —

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Bruno: Breaking down ACC happenings thus far

Bruno: Breaking down ACC happenings thus far

Steve Bruno October 10, 2013 3

Now a month into conference play, we can take a step back and see how the conference table is shaping up in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Several teams have a game or two in

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Tom Sermanni’s challenge is balance, not change

Tom Sermanni’s challenge is balance, not change

Jeff Kassouf September 24, 2013 187

Nine months into his tenure as United States women’s national team head coach, Tom Sermanni faces a recurring issue with his squad selection. And it’s a very good problem to have. Sermanni’s regular challenge

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