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Category: USWNT

A(nother) Look Back at First USWNT Caps

For the first time in more than fifteen years, the majority of the USWNT roster features uncapped players and those with fewer than 20 caps. Several players might earn their first senior international appearance against Switzerland tonight or Sunday. Here’s a look back at some of the “first caps” for the other players on the […]

NWSL Championship Weekend in Houston

The kickoff time for the NWSL’s historic fourth championship game has been set, and the field seats & President’s Club section are already sold out. It’s time to start making plans for NWSL championship weekend in Houston (if you haven’t started already) … and of course buying tickets. Below is a schedule of events for […]

A Look At Women’s Olympic Top Scorers

Carli Lloyd celebrates scoring a goal against T&T in Olympic qualifying in February. Credit: Gia Quilap.   In the first two matchdays of women’s Olympic soccer, a total of 37 goals were scored by twenty-seven different players. Cristiane added to her Olympic-record goal total, and sbe and Brazilian teammate Marta joined Germany’s Birgit Prinz as […]

A Look Back: Solo’s Shutouts

  With a 1-0 win over South Africa on July 9, Hope Solo became the first goalkeeper in the world to reach the milestone of 100 international shutouts. No other keeper is close to that total, as former USWNT keeper/WWC champion Briana Scurry retired with 72 shutouts, and current Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas has 74 […]

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