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USWNT things learned: Mallory Pugh’s future is now

USWNT things learned: Mallory Pugh’s future is now

Ray Curren July 23, 2016 44

Here’s one of many scary tidbits involving Mallory Pugh and her seemingly limitless future at the moment: When she takes the field in France three years from now at the 2019 World Cup opener,

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Going for Gold: USWNT players prepare for Olympics in NWSL

Going for Gold: USWNT players prepare for Olympics in NWSL

Eric Scatamacchia May 19, 2016 421

There are less than 80 days until the women’s Olympic soccer tournament kicks off in Brazil. Although the U.S. national team has not been together over the past month, national teamers have been busy

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Sauerbrunn, Johnston, Brian out for US on Saturday

Sauerbrunn, Johnston, Brian out for US on Saturday

Jeff Kassouf January 22, 2016 111

The U.S. women’s national team will be without defenders Becky Sauerbrunn and Julie Johnston as well as midfielder Morgan Brian due to injury on Saturday for the team’s firsts match of 2016, against Ireland

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The Lowdown: US stars make difference on field

The Lowdown: US stars make difference on field

Dan Lauletta July 21, 2015 39

It’s Monday night in Kansas City, and FC Kansas City and the Houston Dash are locked in a 1-1 tie.  As the clock passed 90 minutes, a minor battle broke out near FC Kansas City’s defensive goal

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Lloyd, Brian crucial to US’ World Cup turnaround

Lloyd, Brian crucial to US’ World Cup turnaround

Jeff Kassouf July 4, 2015 77

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Three games, three different stadiums, three different tables propped up with microphones and, in Tuesday’s case, blinding lights shining down on Carli Lloyd after a United States victory. Order has

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O’Hara, high pressure pay off for US vs. China

O’Hara, high pressure pay off for US vs. China

Jeff Kassouf June 27, 2015 55

OTTAWA, Ontario – The United States is through to the semifinals of the Women’s World Cup for the seventh time in seven editions of the tournament after defeating China, 1-0 on Friday at Lansdowne

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O’Hara, Rodriguez, Brian start for US vs. China

O’Hara, Rodriguez, Brian start for US vs. China

Jeff Kassouf June 26, 2015 29

OTTAWA, Ontario – In need of changes amid the United States’ struggles at this Women’s World Cup and forced to make some due to two suspensions, U.S. coach Jill Ellis started midfielder Kelley O’Hara

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US preps for quarterfinal without Rapinoe, Holiday

US preps for quarterfinal without Rapinoe, Holiday

Jeff Kassouf June 23, 2015 210

All World Cup opponents and teammates have awed at Megan Rapinoe’s “moments of magic.” It’s a phrase that Australia coach Alen Stajcic coined after dropping the opener to the United States, a game that

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Meet the US World Cup team: Midfielders

Meet the US World Cup team: Midfielders

Jeff Kassouf June 4, 2015 82

Jill Ellis’ midfield has been the most scrutinized section of the field over the past eight months. Whether there are two or three players in the middle of the part, a narrow or a

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Brian ushering in next generation for USWNT

Brian ushering in next generation for USWNT

Ray Curren April 30, 2015 263

BOSTON — There aren’t many 22-year-olds who like being called “kid.” And while it’s probably not the first moniker she would lavish upon herself as a two-time Hermann Trophy winner who has excelled on

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