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  1. Is Bigger Better For Women's World Cup?

    Jeff Carlisle

    Growing the Women's World Cup from 16 teams to 24 might mean more routs next summer, but in the long run, the level of play across the globe should rise, more international stars will be seen and upsets in the group stage might not matter as much.

    Story | Conversation | December 05, 2014
  2. Olympics -- Six stories to follow in the women's tournament -- Je...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Here's six stories to follow for the women's Olympic tournament, writes Jeff Carlilse.

    Story | Conversation | July 24, 2012
  3. Women's World Cup -- Grading the U.S.'s performance against Brazi...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Exactly 12 years after it won a penalty shootout to claim the 1999 World Cup title, the U.S. outscored Brazil in penalties (2-2, 5-3 PKs) to reach the 2011 semis. Here's our report card.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2011
  4. Women's World Cup: The U.S. is the heavy favorite against Colombi...

    Jeff Carlisle

    The U.S. is the heavy favorite against Colombia, and a win (combined with a Sweden win or draw) will see the Americans through to the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | July 01, 2011
  5. Women's World Cup -- five group games to watch -- soccer

    Jeff Carlisle

    With the 2011 Women's World Cup expected to be the most competitive edition yet, here are five group-stage games that should not be missed, according to Jeff Carlisle.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2011
  6. Women's World Cup -- five foreign players to watch -- soccer

    Jeff Carlisle

    The U.S. may be top-ranked and feature standouts such as Abby Wambach and Hope Solo, but plenty of star players from other teams will also be showcasing their talent at the World Cup, writes Jeff Carlisle.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2011