Mexico won its first football gold medal at the Olympics, beating Brazil 2-1 against the odds at Wembley.
Any pressure or pre-tournament stress hasn't impacted the U.S. women so far on their quest for Olympic gold, writes Jeff Carlisle. Up next: a quarterfinal date with New Zealand.
The U.S. should cruise against Colombia in its second group-stage match, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Carli Lloyd came off the bench to help the Unites States rally past France 4-2. We hand out grades for Lloyd and her teammates after their Olympic opener Wednesday.
Here's six stories to follow for the women's Olympic tournament, writes Jeff Carlilse.
Many countries don't take the men's soccer tournament in the Olympics that seriously. Brazil, on the other hand, means business, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. women got a tough draw on paper -- France, North Korea and Colombia -- but coach Pia Sundhage isn't concerned, writes Jeff Carlisle, as it's nothing they haven't handled before.
How will the suspension of Women's Professional Soccer affect the U.S. women's ability to properly prepare for the Olympics -- and beyond?
There's just one more hurdle for the U.S. to qualify for the Olympics -- a semifinal against Costa Rica -- and the team is taking nothing for granted, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Caleb Porter's mission: to put dozens of U.S. players through their paces and settle on a final 18-man squad for the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament in late March, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Traditionally overlooked, the 2008 Beijing Olympic men's tournament lineup is filled with world-class talent, writes Jeff Carlisle.