US women's national team news
With goals from Lavelle, Macario, Pugh, Rodman, Purce, and Sanchez, the USWNT finished out a set of two friendlies against Uzbekistan.
Smith grabbed a hat trick while Jaelin Howell and Ashley Sanchez got their first USWNT goals
23 players have been named for the two friendlies against Uzbekistan
Both parties have agreed to a settlement contingent on a new CBA being ratified
Despite dominating possession, the hosts failed to find the back of the net
A long overdue moment has finally arrived for the former USWNT goalkeeper.
The former USWNT midfielder induction was announced this afternoon.
Vlatko Andonovski announced the 23-player squad set to face Iceland, the Czech Republic and New Zealand.
At the end of November, these 22 players will be headed to Sydney and Newcastle to face the Matildas
A few new(er) faces join the roster for the upcoming friendlies
After 17 years, 2021 will be the last time we see Carli Lloyd play professional soccer
The USWNT are the best team in the world, but other teams are catching up.
After twenty years, the USWNT have finally lost to Canada in a game that they would’ve done anything to win
A 6-1 win against New Zealand puts the USWNT back on track to make the knock out stages in Tokyo
A new partnership with Gone Rogue, a determination to succeed and hard work all have helped Carli Lloyd in her quest for a third Olympic Gold Medal.
Vlatko Andonovski didn’t have an easy task selecting an 18 player roster (with four alternates) considering the talent at his disposal but this morning, the USWNT Olympic roster was officially announced.
The North Carolina Courage were trying to get Dahlkemper to end her contract early and play for them, but Manchester City was not having it.
In the last camp before the Olympic roster is selected many players will be fighting to make the 18 going to Tokyo.
Kneeling for the anthem is not a meaningless gesture, and neither is standing.
“Every single time people bet on women, people invest in women, it comes back and it shows that people want this.”
Kelley O’Hara returns for Season 2 of Just Women’s Sports Podcast
The Federation never tried to understand Megan Rapinoe’s protest, so it has a long way to go before anyone takes it seriously on social issues.