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USWNT, Canada, Brazil, Japan and Sweden, oh my!

USWNT, Canada, Brazil, Japan and Sweden, oh my!

Jeff Kassouf March 21, 2012 4

Kick back and get ready for some serious soccer action. The next two weeks should serve as fine barometers for who the favorites should be heading into the London Olympics women’s soccer tournament. Fourth-ranked

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Mia Hamm’s birthday, N64 and the dream women’s league

Mia Hamm’s birthday, N64 and the dream women’s league

Jeff Kassouf March 17, 2012 1

The most prolific goal scorer in international soccer history hit a big milestone on Saturday. March 17 marked Mia Hamm’s 40th birthday. The former U.S. international scored 158 international goals — the most ever

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Canada, New Zealand first commitments to LA Viking Cup

Canada, New Zealand first commitments to LA Viking Cup

Jeff Kassouf March 14, 2012 1

Canada and New Zealand are the first two teams to commit to the 2012 Los Angeles Viking Cup, a women’s soccer tournament hosted by the LA Vikings of the Women’s Premier Soccer League, which will

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Paul Riley to coach New York Fury

Paul Riley to coach New York Fury

Jeff Kassouf March 12, 2012 1

Former Philadelphia Independence head coach Paul Riley will assume the role of head coach of WPSL outfit New York Fury for the 2012 season. Riley led the Philadelphia Independence to two consecutive Women’s Professional

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: Finding a fresh perspective in the digital age

Amanda DaCosta Blog: Finding a fresh perspective in the digital age

Jeff Kassouf March 12, 2012 2

I wasn’t planning on writing again until after the Sky Blue FC trip to Japan, so I could share our trip with all of you readers. Plans change though! I started thinking about how

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Wednesday Wrap-Up: 12-year-old Brazilian star, Morgan hat trick and player signings

Wednesday Wrap-Up: 12-year-old Brazilian star, Morgan hat trick and player signings

Jeff Kassouf March 7, 2012 0

It might be a bit early to start looking for ‘the next Marta’ since the world’s most talented women’s soccer player is still very much in her prime at just 26 years old, but

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Algarve Cup: Germany wins title in thrilling 4-3 win over Japan, Alex Morgan hat trick gives U.S. third

Algarve Cup: Germany wins title in thrilling 4-3 win over Japan, Alex Morgan hat trick gives U.S. third

Jeff Kassouf March 7, 2012 2

Germany claimed the 2012 Algarve Cup title in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Japan later in the day. After trailing 2-0 early, Japan clawed back to even terms before it looked like a Celia

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United States U-20 Women top Panama 6-0 in CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship

United States U-20 Women top Panama 6-0 in CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship

Jeff Kassouf March 7, 2012 0

It took nearly a half hour for the United States U-20 women to hit their stride on Tuesday, but eventually the goals started to pour in. The Americans defeated Panama 6-0 in the group

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Make a difference, make Joseph Kony famous

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Make a difference, make Joseph Kony famous

Jeff Kassouf March 7, 2012 1

This may very well be the most important blog I post all year. It’s not about me, it’s not about women’s soccer, it’s not about my teammates, thankfully it doesn’t directly involve my family

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Foudy: ‘Choose to Matter’ a huge success

Foudy: ‘Choose to Matter’ a huge success

Jeff Kassouf March 7, 2012 0

The following is a blog from U.S. women’s national team legend Julie Foudy: I feel like the proud mother of 70 babies. Well, ok, 70 leadership service projects.  I truly felt that same sense

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