Abby Wambach has been voted FIFA Women's World Player of the Year, becoming the first American to win the award in a decade.
Newcomer Brittany Bock was among 18 players chosen by coach Pia Sundhage for the U.S. women's team that will play World Cup champion Germany on Oct. 29.
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.
The U.S. men's national soccer team's 2-0 upset of Spain in the semifinals of the Confederations Cup is drawing high praise from their counterparts on the women's side.
Abby Wambach will lead the United States in matches against Japan this month, aiming for her 100th career international goal.
The U.S. women have historically dominated the annual Algarve Cup tournament and 2009 should be no different, writes Lindsey Dolich.
With the Algarve Cup nearing, U.S. women's coach Pia Sundhage made some significant changes to her roster, writes Lindsey Dolich.
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.
U.S. women's soccer coach Pia Sundhage received a four-year contract extension through the 2012 Olympics after leading the Americans to the gold medal at this year's Beijing Games.
The U.S. women are confident they can beat the Brazilians, despite their underdog status, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Brazil won't have Marta or Cristiane available, but that won't diminish the U.S. women's desire for revenge when the two teams meet, writes Lindsey Dolich.
Pia Sundhage selected a blend of old hands and fresh faces for the U.S. women's Olympic roster, writes Lindsey Dolich.
Team captain Christie Rampone is one of three veterans returning from injury to the U.S. women's team that will play at the 2008 Peace Queen Cup in South Korea.
A stunning rout of Canada showed the progress the U.S. women have made under Pia Sundhage, writes Lindsey Dolich.
U.S. coach Pia Sundhage was pleased with the way her team responded to a late comeback by Australia, writes Gayle Bryan.
The American women finished third in last year's soccer World Cup in China. They'll have to do better in the Beijing Olympics or new coach Pia Sundhage knows she'll probably be out of work.