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  1. U.S. women perfecting set-piece routine

    Graham Hays

    The win against Brazil showcased the U.S. women's resounding ability to score from all variety of set pieces, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2007
  2. U.S. women face Brazil minus Marta

    Graham Hays

    Even without Marta, Brazil will provide a strong test for the U.S. women, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | June 22, 2007
  3. U.S. women face Group of Death scenario again

    Graham Hays

    For the second successive Women's World Cup the U.S. women face the so-called Group of Death, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | April 23, 2007
  4. U.S. women look to continue domination of Mexico

    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.

    Story | Conversation | April 13, 2007
  5. Return of Boxx gives U.S. a huge boost

    Graham Hays

    The U.S. women's national team has been buoyed by the return of star midfielder Shannon Boxx from injury, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | March 12, 2007
  6. Algarve Cup to serve as a World Cup warmup

    Graham Hays

    With the World Cup looming, coach Greg Ryan will use the Algarve Cup to fine-tune his strongest possible lineup, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | March 06, 2007
  7. Chalupny flourishes in midfield role

    Graham Hays

    The U.S. women's triumph in the Four Nations Tournament saw some new faces emerge for coach Greg Ryan's team, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | February 03, 2007
  8. Youthful Whitehill is now a veteran mainstay

    Graham Hays

    Even though she's just 24 years old, Cat Whitehill has become the veteran mainstay and calming influence for the U.S. women's national team's defense, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | January 16, 2007
  9. Absence of key veterans puts focus on youngsters

    Graham Hays

    In the absence of key veterans, the U.S. women will focus on youth in the Four Nations Tournament, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | January 16, 2007
  10. Ryan still looking for more scoring options

    Graham Hays

    The Gold Cup triumph over Canada couldn't hide the one potential weakness of the U.S. women's national team, a troubling dependence on Abby Wambach and Kristine Lilly for goals, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | November 27, 2006
  11. Rampone a model of consistency

    Graham Hays

    It's a testament to her consistency and unsung nature that Christie Rampone's march to an all-time appearances milestone has gone quietly unnoticed, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | November 26, 2006
  12. Lilly playing better than ever

    Graham Hays

    The most capped player in soccer history, Kristine Lilly has seen it all. These days though, she' s also playing better than ever before, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | November 23, 2006
  13. Improving Mexico not an easy opponent

    Graham Hays

    When the U.S. women take on Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, it's not only a chance to qualify for the World Cup but also an opportunity to reassert regional supremacy, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | November 22, 2006
  14. Ryan emphasizes continued learning curve

    Graham Hays

    On the road to the 2007 Women's World Cup, the U.S. under coach Greg Ryan continues to tweak the developmental process, writes Graham Hays. Watch the U.S. take on Iceland (Sunday, 2 ET, ESPN2).

    Story | Conversation | October 07, 2006
  15. Long-running rivalry with China resumes

    Graham Hays

    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.

    Story | Conversation | August 25, 2006
  16. Wambach an unstoppable force

    Graham Hays

    With Mia Hamm enjoying life in retirement, Abby Wambach has emerged as the new face of the U.S. women's national team, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | August 01, 2006