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  1. U.S. player Charlie Davies released from D.C. hospital

    U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies has been released from a Washington hospital nearly a month after a car accident.

    Story | Conversation | November 10, 2009
  2. U.S. forward Charlie Davies out of intensive care

    U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies has been moved out of intensive care as he recovers from serious injuries after a car accident.

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2009
  3. Fans show support for injured Davies

    Fans of the U.S. national team planned to show their support Wednesday night for forward Charlie Davies, following an automobile accident that has jeopardized his soccer career.

    Story | Conversation | October 14, 2009
  4. U.S. striker Davies injured in car accident

    Charlie Davies, a striker for the United States national socer team, was involved in a one-car accident early Tuesday in which another person was killed.

    Story | Conversation | October 13, 2009
  5. Sixteen-city national tournament to be held in Washington

    Street Soccer USA and its umbrella organization HELP USA announced the 2009 Street Soccer USA Cup to be held in Washington, D.C., from July 31 through Aug. 2nd at the Washington Kastles Stadium.

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2009
  6. Davies pulls double duty for U.S. national team

    Two games on different continents in less than a week? That was hardly an ordeal for U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2009
  7. Adu hopes Gold Cup will help Europe prospects

    Some positive press in Portugal has Freddy Adu thinking he might finally get some playing time in Europe.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2009
  8. Goalie Scurry signs with Washington Freedom

    U.S. national team goalie Briana Scurry signed Monday with the Washington Freedom of the new Women's Professional Soccer league.

    Story | Conversation | March 09, 2009
  9. U.S. routs an overmatched Cuban team

    Ives Galarcep, Special to ESPNsoccernet

    The U.S. team secured qualification to the Hex with a 6-1 rout of an overmatched Cuba, writes Ives Galarcep.

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2008
  10. Torres impresses in debut for U.S.

    Doug McIntyre

    Jose Francisco Torres showed in his debut against Cuba just why it was a coup for the U.S. to land him, writes Doug McIntyre.

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2008
  11. Underdog Charleston aims for U.S. Open Cup title

    the Battery will face D.C. United at RFK Stadium in the championship game of soccer's U.S. Open Cup.

    Story | Conversation | September 03, 2008
  12. U.S. continues stunning progress under Sundhage

    Lindsey Dolich

    A stunning rout of Canada showed the progress the U.S. women have made under Pia Sundhage, writes Lindsey Dolich.

    Story | Conversation | May 11, 2008
  13. Freedom sign forward Christie Welsh

    The Washington Freedom Soccer Club announced Wednesday that it has signed forward Christie Welsh to their 2007 roster.

    Story | Conversation | March 14, 2007
  14. Onyewu happy about USNT progress

    Robert Price, USSOCCERUK.COM

    Oguchi Onyewu finally made the step up to the US national team as he came on as a 86th minute substitute for Eddie Pope in Wednesday's night's 6-0 dismantling of Panama at RFK stadium in Washington D.C. in World Cup qualification.

    Story | Conversation | October 15, 2004
  15. U.S. fashions D.C. masterpiece

    Marc Connolly

    The U.S. dominated Panama from start to finish and cruised to a 6-0 victory that put the Americans in the final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.

    Story | Conversation | October 13, 2004
  16. Johnson making impressive strides

    Marc Connolly

    Eddie Johnson may not become a regular U.S. starter for another few years, but his game-changing speed and instincts for the goal are important elements that Bruce Arena's squad needs off the bench.

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2004