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  1. espnW -- U.S. women's national team vet Stephanie Cox attempting ...

    Graham Hays

    When she was cut from the London 2012 U.S soccer team, two-time World Cup veteran Stephanie Cox used the time to start a family. Now she's back and hoping to make the roster for a run for the Cup in Canada.

    Story | Conversation | October 24, 2013
  2. WPS's demise is W-League's gain

    Scott French

    A tumultuous winter has left the American women's soccer landcape in flux: The pro league is dead and gone, a lot of the players have scattered overseas, and the maneuvering for position among clubs and rival leagues for whatever's next is well under...

    Blog | May 13, 2012
  3. Boxx, A-Rod deliver in U.S. victory

    Scott French

    Brazil couldn't stop Alex Morgan, but a linesman could. The scoring sensation from Diamond Bar scored again Tuesday, heading home a free kick from former L.A. Sol defender Stephanie Cox, but it was waved off because one of her U.S. women's nationa...

    Blog | April 03, 2012
  4. Pia Sundhage adds 9 to U.S. women's soccer training camp roster

    U.S. women's soccer coach Pia Sundhage has selected nine players for a training camp who weren't on her roster for Olympic qualifying, a group that includes backup goalkeepers Jill Loyden and Ashlyn Harris.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2012
  5. Local attackers spice pre-Olympic camp

    Scott French

    The U.S. women's national team gathers in Carson this weekend to begin serious preparations for the Olympic qualifiers later this month, and coach Pia Sundhage is relying solely on SoCal attackers. UCLA senior All-American Sydney Leroux, Diamond Bar...

    Blog | January 02, 2012
  6. U.S. women finish their pre-World Cup friendlies with a win -- Je...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Lauren Cheney's last-minute goal allows the U.S. to salvage a 1-0 win over Mexico in the team's final friendly before the Women's World Cup, writes Jeff Carlisle.

    Story | Conversation | June 05, 2011
  7. A-Rod starts U.S. women toward victory

    Scott French

    Lake Forest's Amy Rodriguez scored the first goal and the U.S. women's national team, in preparations for this summer's Women's World Cup, completed a two-game sweep of Japan with another 2-0 victory. Rodriguez (Santa Margarita Catholic HS/USC) sc...

    Blog | May 18, 2011
  8. U.S. women's national team defeats Japan in pre-World Cup friendl...

    Jeff Carlisle

    The U.S. defeated Japan 2-0 in a pre-World Cup friendly, but the Stars and Stripes could have scored many more, writes Jeff Carlisle.

    Story | Conversation | May 18, 2011
  9. Abby Wambach sends a message on behalf of U.S. women's national t...

    Jeff Carlisle

    While the U.S. struggled to implement its possession game in a pre-World Cup friendly against Japan, Abby Wambach showed she still has what it takes, netting a goal and an assist in a 2-0 victory.

    Story | Conversation | May 14, 2011
  10. WWC: Primer on local players

    Scott French

    A half-dozen of the 21 players on the U.S. roster announced Monday for this summer's Women's World Cup have strong links to the L.A. area. And two others have either played here or are from close nearby. Here's a quick look at the eight U.S. players...

    Blog | May 10, 2011
  11. Six locals heading to Women's World Cup

    Scott French

    Pia Sundhage on Monday unveiled her 21-woman roster for this summer's Women's World Cup, and Southern California is well-represented. Six players with ties to the L.A. area, none of them a surprise pick, will be heading to Germany for the June 26-Ju...

    Blog | May 09, 2011
  12. Moreno Valley's best goes in WPS expansion draft

    Scott French

    Western New York's expansion team in Women's Professional Soccer is getting started with a local player. Moreno Valley's Beverly Goebel (Moreno Valley HS) was one of the two players the Buffalo/Rochester-based club selected Friday in the league's exp...

    Blog | November 19, 2010