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PHOTOS: USWNT cruises past Haiti in WCQ

PHOTOS: USWNT cruises past Haiti in WCQ

The Equalizer Staff October 21, 2014 0

The United States was far from perfect in Monday’s 6-0 win over Haiti, but there was finally some confidence and dominance to the team’s play, characteristics that lacked in the opening two matches. Highlights

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Morgan out 4-6 weeks with sprained left ankle

Morgan out 4-6 weeks with sprained left ankle

Jeff Kassouf October 18, 2014 127

Alex Morgan is out 4-6 weeks with a sprained left ankle, U.S. Soccer confirmed Saturday. She will miss the remainder of World Cup qualifying. Morgan went down injured in the 37th minute of the

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Heath makes statement in win over Guatemala

Heath makes statement in win over Guatemala

Jeff Kassouf October 18, 2014 43

Tobin Heath found herself fighting for playing time all year with the U.S. women’s national team, trying to find her role in a team that still has seemingly very few absolutes. She played in

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Morgan re-injures left ankle in USWNT’s World Cup qualifying win over Guatemala

Morgan re-injures left ankle in USWNT’s World Cup qualifying win over Guatemala

The Equalizer Staff October 17, 2014 415

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — The U.S. beat Guatemala 5-0 on Friday to stay perfect through two games of World Cup qualifying, but the Americans lost star striker Alex Morgan to a left ankle injury, the same

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GK Forbes says T&T didn’t fear ‘mighty’ USWNT

GK Forbes says T&T didn’t fear ‘mighty’ USWNT

Jeff Kassouf October 16, 2014 21

Opponents once feared the United States. The U.S. women would bury teams with ease and not give a hoot about how ugly the score got. At 2012 Olympic qualifying, the U.S. beat the Dominican

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USWNT opens World Cup qualifying with scrappy win over Trinidad & Tobago

USWNT opens World Cup qualifying with scrappy win over Trinidad & Tobago

The Equalizer Staff October 15, 2014 401

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The United States hardly looked like its dominant self on Wednesday, but Abby Wambach’s 54th minute goal was enough to lift the No. 1 team in the world past Trinidad

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Five things to know: CONCACAF World Cup qualifying

Five things to know: CONCACAF World Cup qualifying

Jeff Kassouf October 15, 2014 35

The CONCACAF Women’s Championship – which doubles as World Cup qualifying – starts Wednesday, with three automatic berths to Canada 2015 on the line. The fourth-place finisher will get one last shot at the

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Johnston replaces Dunn on USWNT qualifying roster

Johnston replaces Dunn on USWNT qualifying roster

Jeff Kassouf October 14, 2014 13

Julie Johnston has replaced Crystal Dunn on the United States women’s national team roster for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. An MRI revealed Dunn has a mild MCL sprain in her right knee, according to

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Ellis set for first major tournament as US coach

Ellis set for first major tournament as US coach

Associated Press October 13, 2014 165

Five months into her job as head coach, Jill Ellis is heading into her biggest moment since being chosen to lead the U.S. national team. Ellis will guide her players into next week’s CONCACAF

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Fox Sports to air all 16 CONCACAF WWCQ games

Fox Sports to air all 16 CONCACAF WWCQ games

The Equalizer Staff October 7, 2014 40

All 16 matches of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which doubles as World Cup qualifying, will be broadcast live on Fox Sports platforms, the company announced on Tuesday. Every match will be on either Fox

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