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  1. U.S. women down to third goalkeeper at Algarve Cup

    Associated Press

    U.S. women's team goalkeeper Jill Loyden broke a bone in her left hand during training Thursday and will miss three months.

    Story | Conversation | March 07, 2013
  2. Solo out of Algarve Cup, may need wrist surgery

    Associated Press

    U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo will miss next month's Algarve Cup because of a wrist injury.

    Story | Conversation | February 21, 2013
  3. Ex-U.S. coach denies Solo's shoving allegation

    Michael Rothstein

    Michigan women's soccer coach Greg Ryan, who coached the U.S. women's national soccer team during 2007, is refuting allegations goalkeeper Hope Solo made in her new book about Ryan shoving her during a meeting during the 2007 World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | August 15, 2012
  4. Donovan wins his third USSF male athlete award

    Landon Donovan was voted the U.S. Soccer Federation's Male Athlete of the Year for the third time Monday, and Hope Solo became the first goalkeeper to win the women's award.

    Story | Conversation | December 21, 2009
  5. Wambach, O'Reilly, Solo invited to U.S. camp

    Veterans Abby Wambach, Heather O'Reilly and Hope Solo were among 26 players invited to the U.S. women's two-week training camp next month to prepare for a trip to Germany to face the World Cup champions.

    Story | Conversation | August 25, 2009
  6. Sundhage names U.S. women's roster for Algarve Cup

    U.S. women's national team head coach Pia Sundhage has named an 18-player roster for the 2009 Algarve Cup, from March 4-11 in southern Portugal.

    Story | Conversation | February 05, 2009
  7. Ellertson goal helps U.S. women edge China

    Tina Ellertson scored to give the U.S. a 1-0 victory over China in a women's exhibition Saturday night.

    Story | Conversation | December 14, 2008
  8. Solo selected for Olympics, Scurry left off roster

    Goalkeeper Hope Solo is among 18 players picked for the U.S. Olympic women's soccer roster, nine months after she was kicked off the team at the World Cup.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2008
  9. U.S. women take Peace Queen Cup

    The U.S. won the Peace Queen Cup, beating Canada 1-0 on a 92nd-minute goal by Angela Hucles. The U.S. continued its tune-up for the Olympics by winning its fourth tournament of the year.

    Story | Conversation | June 21, 2008
  10. Rodriguez and Tarpley net twice each

    Hope Solo made her return to the U.S. women's soccer team in a 4-0 win over Canada in Wednesday's opening game of the Four Nations Tournament in southern China.

    Story | Conversation | January 16, 2008
  11. Hope makes a comeback: Goalie rejoins U.S. roster

    Goalkeeper Hope Solo is back on the U.S. women's roster and headed back to China.

    Story | Conversation | January 08, 2008
  12. U.S. goalkeeper Solo talks about World Cup fiasco

    U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo has made her first public comments since a brutally frank TV interview in which she criticized her benching.

    Story | Conversation | December 07, 2007
  13. Sundhage names Solo and Scurry to U.S. roster

    Goalkeepers Hope Solo and Briana Scurry, who were at the center of a World Cup firestorm, were invited to the U.S. women's national team training camp by new coach Pia Sundhage.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2007
  14. Time for the "Girls of Summer" to grow up

    Steve Davis, ESPNsoccernet

    The Hope Solo incident finally exposed the U.S. women's program to some long overdue scrutiny, writes Steve Davis.

    Story | Conversation | October 18, 2007
  15. Solo apologizes for World Cup outburst

    U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo apologized for harsh criticism of coach Greg Ryan during the World Cup in a statement issued Saturday night about a half-hour before the team's exhibition against Mexico.

    Story | Conversation | October 13, 2007
  16. Solo a no-show for first practice since World Cup flap

    Goalkeeper Hope Solo missed the workout but is back on the U.S. women's soccer roster. Make no mistake, though: All is not forgotten.

    Story | Conversation | October 12, 2007