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  1. U.S. women set to kick off 'Achieve Your Gold' Tour

    Andrea Canales

    Fresh off the Olympics, the U.S. women are undertaking a multi-city tour, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | September 13, 2008
  2. Wambach's loss leaves U.S. team reeling

    Andrea Canales

    The loss of Abby Wambach is a devastating blow to the U.S. women's chances in Beijing, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2008
  3. Sundhage to reshape U.S. team's offensive style

    Andrea Canales

    As a foreigner, Pia Sundhage brings a fresh new perspective to the U.S. women's team, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | November 13, 2007
  4. Sundhage leads list to replace Ryan

    Andrea Canales

    Pia Sundhage appears to be the prime candidate to replace Greg Ryan as U.S. women's coach, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | October 26, 2007
  5. U.S. women hope to rebound from the World Cup

    Andrea Canales

    After a World Cup that ended in controversy, the U.S. women try to pick up the pieces against Mexico, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | October 12, 2007
  6. U.S. overwhelms Finland despite Wambach exit

    Andrea Canales

    Against Finland, the U.S. women coped admirably with the early exit of star forward Abby Wambach, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | August 26, 2007
  7. New professional women's league hoping for success

    Andrea Canales

    A new professional women's league is slated to begin next season. But this time, they hope to get it right, says Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | April 26, 2007
  8. Qualifying format for CONCACAF region needs work

    Andrea Canales

    Even though both Canada and the U.S. qualified successfully for the Women's World Cup, it was hard to find a fan of the new CONCACAF qualifying format, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | November 27, 2006
  9. Missed opportunities costly

    Andrea Canales

    The loss to China was indicative of the U.S. U-20 women's one weakness, an inability to put away the numerous chances the offense created, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | September 02, 2006
  10. U.S. U-20s team are semi-sensational

    Andrea Canales

    It was a case of sweet revenge for the U.S, as it overcame Germany's five-midfield formation on route to the semifinals of the U-20 Women's World Championship, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | August 29, 2006
  11. Germany provides a true test

    Andrea Canales

    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.

    Story | Conversation | August 26, 2006
  12. Still room for improvement

    Andrea Canales

    Despite the comprehensive scoreline against Argentina, the U.S. U-20 women's team still needs a lot of fine-tuning before facing France, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | August 21, 2006
  13. Veterans must lead the U.S. forward

    Andrea Canales

    The good news for the U.S. is a win in its opener of the U-20 Women's World Championship, the bad news is that a wasteful U.S. offense must improve dramatically, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | August 19, 2006
  14. Hard to bet against Germany

    Andrea Canales

    The U.S. has a strong squad at the U-20 Women's World Championships, but Germany looks to be the favorite still, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | August 15, 2006
  15. Biding their time

    Andrea Canales

    Even without retired stars like Mia Hamm, the U.S. women's national team continues to prosper with an influx of new talent, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | June 17, 2006
  16. It takes two

    Andrea Canales

    The Algarve Cup served as a further showcase for the fierce rivalry between the U.S. and Germany, writes Andrea Canales.

    Story | Conversation | March 18, 2006