The loss of Abby Wambach is a devastating blow to the U.S. women's chances in Beijing, writes Andrea Canales.
Pia Sundhage appears to be the prime candidate to replace Greg Ryan as U.S. women's coach, writes Andrea Canales.
After a World Cup that ended in controversy, the U.S. women try to pick up the pieces against Mexico, writes Andrea Canales.
Against Finland, the U.S. women coped admirably with the early exit of star forward Abby Wambach, writes Andrea Canales.
Facing the more athletic and faster Trinidad & Tobago team should see Bob Bradley make several changes to the U.S. lineup, says Andrea Canales.
A new professional women's league is slated to begin next season. But this time, they hope to get it right, says Andrea Canales.
Since 1994 the number of Latino players on the U.S. national team has dwindled, an aspect Sunil Gulati and the USSF are keen to change, writes Andrea Canales.
The addition of Peter Nowak as his assistant coach strengthens Bob Bradley's bid to make the U.S. national team position permanent, says Andrea Canales.
Bob Bradley's appointment on an interim basis means that the search for a U.S. national team coach is still ongoing and even more convoluted than before, writes Andrea Canales.
U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati's choice as the next U.S. national team coach likely will define his tenure, and as such, Gulati has been exploring every possible option, writes Andrea Canales.
It was a case of sweet revenge for the U.S, as it overcame Germany's five-midfield formation on route to the semifinals of the U-20 Women's World Championship, writes Andrea Canales.
It's not necessarily a popular choice with U.S. players, but the removal of Bruce Arena as coach was not unexpected, writes Andrea Canales.
As the public clamor grows for a big-name foreign coach, USSF president Sunil Gulati may yet surprise in his choice of U.S. national team coach, writes Andrea Canales.
It could be considered wishful thinking, but there's a chance Germany's Jurgen Klinsmann could be interested in coaching the U.S. national team, writes Andrea Canales.
Even without retired stars like Mia Hamm, the U.S. women's national team continues to prosper with an influx of new talent, writes Andrea Canales.
The game against Jamaica offers the last chance for domestic-based players to show Bruce Arena they deserve a World Cup roster spot, writes Andrea Canales.