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Sermanni now has ‘freedom to look around’ at jobs

Sermanni now has ‘freedom to look around’ at jobs

Jeff Kassouf November 20, 2014 34

It has been about seven months since Tom Sermanni was unceremoniously dismissed as U.S. women’s national team coach, a move that came just 15 months into his contract and a little over a year

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Morgan hopeful to rejoin USWNT in December

Morgan hopeful to rejoin USWNT in December

Jeff Kassouf November 13, 2014 200

Alex Morgan hopes to rejoin the United States women’s national team in Brazil in December after injuring her ankle last month. Morgan re-injured her left ankle on Oct. 17 against Guatemala in the group

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Mewis, Van Hollebeke in Japan with eyes on Canada

Mewis, Van Hollebeke in Japan with eyes on Canada

Jeff Kassouf November 12, 2014 17

While the United States women’s national team qualified for the 2015 World Cup in October on home soil, two regulars were across the globe in Japan, fine-tuning their games in hopes of being on

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Carli Lloyd: The evolution of a star

Carli Lloyd: The evolution of a star

Jeff Kassouf November 6, 2014 70

Carli Lloyd has scored the game-winning goal in the last two Olympic gold-medal matches for the three-time defending Olympic champions, the United States women’s national team. But despite her heroism, Lloyd is still largely

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Solo’s domestic violence trial set for January

Solo’s domestic violence trial set for January

Associated Press November 4, 2014 37

KIRKLAND, Wash. — A January trial date has been set for U.S. national soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo on misdemeanor domestic violence charges. The Seattle Times reports Kirkland Municipal Court Judge Michael Lambo set

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PHOTOS: USWNT wins CONCACAF in style

PHOTOS: USWNT wins CONCACAF in style

The Equalizer Staff October 28, 2014 0

The United States women clinched their seventh CONCACAF title on Sunday, the same day that Mexico earned a World Cup berth and Costa Rica celebrated second place and a historic qualification from two days

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Lloyd shines brightest at World Cup qualifying

Lloyd shines brightest at World Cup qualifying

Jeff Kassouf October 27, 2014 41

PHILADELPHIA – Playing about 35 minutes from her hometown, Carli Lloyd capped off a worldly CONCACAF Women’s Championship on Sunday with a pair of trophies: the team trophy for the United States’ triumph and

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Life after CONCACAF: Major tests still await USWNT on road to World Cup

Life after CONCACAF: Major tests still await USWNT on road to World Cup

Jeff Kassouf October 26, 2014 27

PHILADELPHIA – There was a candid moment on Sunday evening at PPL Park on the banks of the Delaware River, just before the United States women’s national team lifted their trophy for winning the

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Wambach lifts USWNT to 7th CONCACAF crown

Wambach lifts USWNT to 7th CONCACAF crown

Jeff Kassouf October 26, 2014 188

PHILADELPHIA – Abby Wambach is the world’s all-time leading goal-scorer. She owns two Olympic gold medals and a FIFA World Player of the Year trophy. But as she is so often reminded, she’s never

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With World Cup qualification secured, USWNT looks to keep rolling in final against Costa Rica

With World Cup qualification secured, USWNT looks to keep rolling in final against Costa Rica

Jeff Kassouf October 25, 2014 13

PHILADELPHIA — With qualification to the 2015 Women’s World Cup officially secured, the United States women’s national team gets one last official competitive match before next year’s tournament: the CONCACAF Women’s Championship final on

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