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  1. Who will succeed Pia Sundhage?

    Jeff Carlisle

    Who would want to follow in the shoes of former U.S. women's national team manager Pia Sundhage? On the surface it seems a thankless task. Under the Swede, the U.S. reached three major finals in three attempts, winning two of them, and she nudged the...

    Blog | September 07, 2012
  2. 40 greatest female athletes: Kristine Lilly


    ESPN is marking the 40th anniversary of Title IX by unveiling the top 40 female athletes of the past 40 years. Kristine Lillywas only a teenager when she got called up to the U.S. women's soccer team. By the time she retired when she was 39, she h...

    Blog | May 04, 2012
  3. Ex-U.S. women's coach DiCicco takes over U-20 team

    Tony DiCicco, the U.S. women's national team coach from 1994-99, took over the U.S. U-20 women's team.

    Story | Conversation | January 25, 2008
  4. Longtime rivals Norway to provide a physical test

    Graham Hays

    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.

    Story | Conversation | July 12, 2007
  5. Chat with Tony DiCicco

    Tony DiCicco is president of SoccerPlus Camps, based in Farmington, Conn. He is the former head coach for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team and former commissioner of the now-defunct Women's United Soccer Association. A former All-American goalke...

    Chat | March 27, 2005
  6. Heinrichs next in line to leave on top?

    Michael Lewis

    Most of the 91ers are set to leave the U.S. squad after winning another gold medal, and it may be the right time for coach April Heinrichs to step down too.

    Story | Conversation | August 27, 2004
  7. DiCicco determined to coach

    Marc Connolly

    Tony DiCicco stepped down as manager of the U.S. Women's National Team in 2000, but he still has a burning desire to do what he does best and that is coach.

    Story | Conversation | September 18, 2003