The U.S. women have a great record vs. Canada, writes Jeff Carlisle, but in the pressure cooker of the Olympic semifinal, will history matter?
Though North Korea provided a stern test for the U.S. women at the 2011 World Cup, times have changed and Pia Sundhage's side seem far stronger this summer, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. should cruise against Colombia in its second group-stage match, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Carli Lloyd came off the bench to help the Unites States rally past France 4-2. We hand out grades for Lloyd and her teammates after their Olympic opener Wednesday.
Here's six stories to follow for the women's Olympic tournament, writes Jeff Carlilse.
The U.S. faces a tough and creative France side in both teams' opening-round match in the 2012 Olympics. Jeff Carlisle breaks down the match.
The U.S. women got a tough draw on paper -- France, North Korea and Colombia -- but coach Pia Sundhage isn't concerned, writes Jeff Carlisle, as it's nothing they haven't handled before.