New Zealand earned a 1-1 draw with the United States in a women's friendly Wednesday at Crew Stadium.
Yes, because the game was a friendly, one could argue that it didn't really matter. But New Zealand hasn't beaten or tied the U.S. in 26 years. So in that respect, the 1-1 draw Wednesday night might just matter.
Megan Rapinoe got into the flow of things quickly. She arrived from France on Tuesday, got in a couple of training sessions and went right to work.
The U.S. women's soccer team is headed to the quarterfinals and right now there's no one standing in the way of another gold says Julie Foudy.
The Flash drew players from all over the soccer map, melding their talents into a WPS force that out-muscled the Independence in Saturday's championship.
Wondering how the athletes at the World Cup spend game days? Ali Riley takes you through the last day the Football Ferns spent at the World Cup.
For New Zealand, greatness is this: scoring four goals in the tournament and earning its first point ever in a World Cup.
The Ferns scored in the 90th minute and on the last kick of the game to tie Mexico 2-2. The draw ended an eight-game World Cup losing streak for New Zealand.
After trailing 1-0, England rallies for a 2-1 win over New Zealand, its first comeback victory ever in a World Cup.
England stands a good chance of advancing to the quarterfinals. Jill Scott, with her height, could play a key role in Tuesday's game against the smaller Japanese.
The Ferns believe a close loss to Japan, the highest-ranked team in its group, is a good sign and momentum-builder for upcoming games with England and Mexico.
Ali Riley wants you to get to know the faces behind the Football Ferns.
The Football Ferns have a secret weapon to staying cool and hydrated in the heat.
Ali Riley and some of her Western New York Flash teammates display their talents and hobbies.
Ali Riley gives us a peek at what traveling with the Football Ferns is like.
Ali Riley takes us along as the Football Ferns hit the beach.