The U.S. women face Norway (6 p.m. ET, ESPN2) in a game that's sure to test their physical strength, writes Graham Hays.
The win against Brazil showcased the U.S. women's resounding ability to score from all variety of set pieces, writes Graham Hays.
Even without Marta, Brazil will provide a strong test for the U.S. women, writes Graham Hays.
For the second successive Women's World Cup the U.S. women face the so-called Group of Death, writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. women's national team takes on Mexico in a matchup that on paper, strongly favors the U.S., writes Graham Hays.
After Germany failed to advance, the U.S. faces an attack-oriented Denmark in the Algarve Cup final, writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. women's triumph in the Four Nations Tournament saw some new faces emerge for coach Greg Ryan's team, writes Graham Hays.
In the absence of key veterans, the U.S. women will focus on youth in the Four Nations Tournament, writes Graham Hays.
It wasn't a pretty peformance against Mexico but the U.S. got the result it needed, with no little help once again from Abby Wambach, writes Graham Hays.
The most capped player in soccer history, Kristine Lilly has seen it all. These days though, she' s also playing better than ever before, writes Graham Hays.
When the U.S. women take on Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, it's not only a chance to qualify for the World Cup but also an opportunity to reassert regional supremacy, writes Graham Hays.
On the road to the 2007 Women's World Cup, the U.S. under coach Greg Ryan continues to tweak the developmental process, writes Graham Hays. Watch the U.S. take on Iceland (Sunday, 2 ET, ESPN2).
The U.S. has dominated Mexico historically, but an ever-improving Mexico team with more attacking flair will still pose problems, writes Graham Hays.