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Waldrum after loss:  ‘I believe we will qualify’

Waldrum after loss: ‘I believe we will qualify’

Dan Lauletta October 24, 2014 2

PHILADELPHIA — It was equal parts heartbreaking and heartwarming.  Trinidad and Tobago’s head coach Randy Waldrum sat at the podium following a gut-wrenching loss in penalty kicks to Costa Rica, and restated his firm

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World Cup berths on the line this weekend

World Cup berths on the line this weekend

Dan Lauletta October 23, 2014 19

The history of women’s soccer in the CONCACAF region will change forever this weekend. Over the first six World Cups only the United States, Canada, and Mexico have represented the confederation in the World

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Already-qualified Canada set to host Japan

Already-qualified Canada set to host Japan

Dan Lauletta October 22, 2014 40

While the United States has enjoyed a relatively simple run through the qualifying event for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, there is at least one country that has it even easier: Canada. As soon

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U.S. routs Haiti, now one game from World Cup

U.S. routs Haiti, now one game from World Cup

Dan Lauletta October 20, 2014 536

It was rarely pretty, but the United States has won Group A of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship.  The U.S. beat Haiti 6-0 Monday night at RFK Stadium and now sit on the cusp of

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Much drama in UWCL Round of 32 return legs

Much drama in UWCL Round of 32 return legs

Dan Lauletta October 16, 2014 31

The UEFA Women’s Champions League continued to show signs of depth with several scintillating finishes on Wednesday and a stoppage time thriller on Thursday at Brondby.  The field has been narrowed down to 16. 

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Liverpool win debut, Frankfurt shocked in UCWL

Liverpool win debut, Frankfurt shocked in UCWL

Dan Lauletta October 9, 2014 17

The opening legs of the UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 32 played out closer than expected over Wednesday and Thursday with the shocker coming in Kazakhstan where a late equalizer was enough to

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The Lowdown: XI ideas for a better NWSL

The Lowdown: XI ideas for a better NWSL

Dan Lauletta September 17, 2014 216

The National Women’s Soccer League has two seasons in the books and it is time to turn attention towards the all-important third. The importance is two-ply. First, the league will have to share, if

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NWSL waiver draft sees four players move

NWSL waiver draft sees four players move

Dan Lauletta September 15, 2014 57

The NWSL announced the results of the waiver process on Monday and four players now have new addresses.  The Washington Spirit claimed two players, Joanna Lohman from the Breakers and Lydia Williams from the

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Solo sets shutout mark in 8-0 U.S. thumping of Mexico

Solo sets shutout mark in 8-0 U.S. thumping of Mexico

Dan Lauletta September 13, 2014 424

The United States blitzed Mexico, 8-0 in Sandy, Utah on Saturday to affirm regional dominance ahead of next month’s World Cup qualifying tournament where Mexico stands as their stiffest competition.  A large majority of

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