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USWNT re-ups fight for equal pay with public displays

USWNT re-ups fight for equal pay with public displays

The Equalizer Staff July 7, 2016 181

The United States women’s national team, having recently been told that the no-strike clause in its collective bargaining agreement is binding, is turning to the court of public opinion — again. U.S. women’s players

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Lauletta:  Thoughts from Pride drubbing of the Reign

Lauletta: Thoughts from Pride drubbing of the Reign

Dan Lauletta May 8, 2016 106

The Orlando Pride put together the best performance of their young lives on Sunday, treating 8,211 fans at Camping World Stadium to a 2-0 victory over two-time Shield holders, Seattle Reign FC. On the

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Pride earn first shutout, drop Reign 2-0

Pride earn first shutout, drop Reign 2-0

The Equalizer Staff May 8, 2016 75

The Orlando Pride made it two-for-two at home with a 2-0 victory over Shield holders, Seattle Reign FC. Sarah Hagen scored early in the match and Lianne Sanderson added an insurance tally in the

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NWSL Week in Review: Hope Solo Has An Eventful Weekend

NWSL Week in Review: Hope Solo Has An Eventful Weekend

Ray Curren May 2, 2016 277

Hope Solo showed up at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner Saturday night, which is not really all that surprising. Solo is a recognizable (even outside of soccer), somewhat controversial figure whose name would be

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Sky Blue surprise Reign, bust Memorial streak at 22

Sky Blue surprise Reign, bust Memorial streak at 22

The Equalizer Staff April 17, 2016 87

Sky Blue became the first team to go to Memorial Stadium and beat Seattle Reign FC, surprising the two-time Shield winners 2-1 in front of 3,987 mostly stunned onlookers. Tasha Kai–away from the game

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Business as usual for US against Colombia

Business as usual for US against Colombia

Dan Lauletta April 6, 2016 25

EAST HARTFORD, CT. — Hope Solo came to camp and started chatting with United States women’s national team general manager Tim Ryder. Under the circumstances no one would have been surprised if that chat

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Five USWNT players file wage discrimination claim

Five USWNT players file wage discrimination claim

Jeff Kassouf March 31, 2016 738

Five of the most prominent United States women’s national team players have filed a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accusing U.S. Soccer of wage discrimination in the latest act of a labor

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What we learned from USWNT win over France

What we learned from USWNT win over France

Dan Lauletta March 6, 2016 281

Another match, more struggles, and another 1-0 victory. Such has been the story for the United States after two of three matches at the SheBelieves Cup. Sunday’s opponent was France, who went from ruing

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Pugh finds Morgan for late winner vs. France

Pugh finds Morgan for late winner vs. France

The Equalizer Staff March 6, 2016 955

Alex Morgan scored in stoppage time to give the United States a 1-0 win over France, the second win by that scoreline in as many matches in the inaugural edition of the SheBelieves Cup.

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USWNT, Canada reignite bitter rivalry on Sunday

USWNT, Canada reignite bitter rivalry on Sunday

The Equalizer Staff February 19, 2016 77

HOUSTON, Texas — In the grand scheme, Sunday’s CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying final between the United States and Canada means nothing. Except it clearly means a lot. The region’s two traditional heavyweights each qualified

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