The U.S. women will face defending champion Korea DPR in the U-20 World Cup final, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The U.S. U-20 women will face a powerful German team in the World Cup semifinals, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The U.S. U-20 women try to rebound against England in the quarterfinals, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The U.S. U-20 women look to continue their momentum against China, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The U.S. U-20 women should be too strong for Argentina, writes Lindsey Dolich.
Brazil won't have Marta or Cristiane available, but that won't diminish the U.S. women's desire for revenge when the two teams meet, writes Lindsey Dolich.
After a World Cup that ended in controversy, the U.S. women try to pick up the pieces against Mexico, writes Andrea Canales.
The U.S. women face New Zealand ( on ESPN2) in a game where the onus will be avoiding injuries, writes 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.
Even without Marta, Brazil will provide a strong test for the U.S. women, writes Graham Hays.
With a new coach, China is likely to be far more attack-minded when it faces the U.S. women Saturday, writes Graham Hays.
The game against Canada offers coach Greg Ryan the chance to field his preferred starting back line, 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.
The U.S. has dominated Mexico historically, but an ever-improving Mexico team with more attacking flair will still pose problems, writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. faces its first true test at the U-20 Women's World Championship, a tough quarterfinal matchup against defending champion Germany, writes Andrea Canales.
The Chinese women's national team is in a state of flux, but it still represents the best challenge the U.S. will face before the CONCACAF Gold Cup in November, writes Graham Hays.