Newcomer Brittany Bock was among 18 players chosen by coach Pia Sundhage for the U.S. women's team that will play World Cup champion Germany on Oct. 29.
The U.S. women have historically dominated the annual Algarve Cup tournament and 2009 should be no different, writes Lindsey Dolich.
The U.S. women and Brazil have developed a fierce rivalry. Jacqueline Purdy traces the history of the matchup.
Goalkeeper Hope Solo is among 18 players picked for the U.S. Olympic women's soccer roster, nine months after she was kicked off the team at the World Cup.
The U.S. women's team will play Brazil, its conqueror in last year's World Cup, in two exhibition games this summer.
The United States routed China 4-0 Wednesday at the Algarve Cup, and Denmark upset Women's World Cup champion Germany 1-0 on the opening day of the tournament.
Kristine Lilly, captain of the U.S. women's national team for the past three years, is expecting her first child and will miss the Olympics.
Following the World Cup, several members of the U.S. women's team took a jaunt around Italy. Lindsey Dolich gives us the lowdown.
Goalkeepers Hope Solo and Briana Scurry, who were at the center of a World Cup firestorm, were invited to the U.S. women's national team training camp by new coach Pia Sundhage.
Abby Wambach has fond memories of the U.S. women's soccer team's last visit to Albuquerque.
A tumultuous season is almost over for the U.S. women's soccer team.
After a World Cup that ended in controversy, the U.S. women try to pick up the pieces against Mexico, writes Andrea Canales.
After another World Cup disappointment, it's clear that the days of the U.S. women's national team being the team to beat are over, writes Graham Hays.
Abby Wambach and her U.S. teammates will have a new pro soccer league to look forward to after the Women's World Cup and the Olympics.
A powerful U.S. women's soccer team, led by scoring from Shannon Boxx and Kristine Lilly, used a mix of experience and new talent to coast to a 4-1 victory over Japan at San Jose State on Saturday night in a World Cup tuneup.
U.S. national team captain Kristine Lilly will be honored in front of her home-state crowd before the United States plays Norway in East Hartford, Conn., on July 14 in a Women's World Cup warmup.