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Friday Roundup: NCAA may ease double jeopardy rule

Friday Roundup: NCAA may ease double jeopardy rule

The Equalizer Staff February 17, 2017 37

Also in today’s roundup, Karina LeBlanc to speak at FIFA Equality Conference, more injury woes for Germany and news from the NCAA ranks The NCAA could ease up on double jeopardy rules in place

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Australia, Germany, others release tournament rosters

Australia, Germany, others release tournament rosters

The Equalizer Staff February 13, 2017 10

Just a day after the Australian W-League crowned Melbourne City as the Grand Final Champions, the Australia women’s national team released its roster for the upcoming Algarve Cup tournament camp. The roster currently consists

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Friday Roundup: Canada to play friendly in Germany

Friday Roundup: Canada to play friendly in Germany

The Equalizer Staff January 20, 2017 30

Also in today’s roundup, Australian star Larissa Crummer injures foot and Lauren Holiday posts Instagram message to her baby daughter on inauguration day Canada Soccer announced on Friday that the national team will travel

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U.S. Soccer officially announces dates, locations for SheBelieves Cup

U.S. Soccer officially announces dates, locations for SheBelieves Cup

Allison Lee January 11, 2017 13

U.S. Soccer has officially announced the dates and locations for the second SheBelieves Cup, confirming reports made when the French Football Federation sent out a press release with part of its 2017 schedule included back

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XI WoSo Moments of 2016: Germany grabs elusive Olympic gold

XI WoSo Moments of 2016: Germany grabs elusive Olympic gold

Kieran Theivam December 26, 2016 55

When Germany overcame Sweden in the Rio Olympics Gold Medal Match, it was as much a victory for departing Head Coach, Silvia Neid, as it was for the nation and its fans. You could

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French federation releases tentative SheBelieves Cup schedule

French federation releases tentative SheBelieves Cup schedule

Kieran Theivam December 22, 2016 41

The second edition of the SheBelieves Cup is almost certainly going to take place on the East Coast after tentative details were released by the French Football Federation. The competition, which will once again

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Bartusiak, Krahn, Behringer retire from Germany NT

Bartusiak, Krahn, Behringer retire from Germany NT

The Equalizer Staff August 31, 2016 115

Saskia Bartusiak, Annike Krahn and Melanie Behringer all announced their international retirements last week after leading Germany to its first Olympic gold medal in women’s soccer. The decisions leave new Germany coach Steffi Jones

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Lauletta: Takeaways from the Rio 2016 Olympics

Lauletta: Takeaways from the Rio 2016 Olympics

Dan Lauletta August 19, 2016 1,205

Germany’s 2-1 victory over Sweden on Friday at the Maracana put an end to the 2016 Olympic tournament and sent global women’s soccer into a 34-month down period before the World Cup in France

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Germany tops Sweden to win first Olympic gold medal

Germany tops Sweden to win first Olympic gold medal

The Equalizer Staff August 19, 2016 192

Dzsenifer Marozsan played a role in each of her team’s goals as Germany defeated Sweden, 2-1 on Friday at the Maracana Stadium to win the gold medal in the Rio 2016 Olympics women’s soccer

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Germany looking to send Neid out on high note

Germany looking to send Neid out on high note

Kieran Theivam August 19, 2016 7

At around 7 p.m. EDT on Friday evening, Silvia Neid will be leaving the field as Germany head coach for the last time, with a proverbial medal around her neck (coaches do not receive

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