Category Archives: 2011 Women’s World Cup

USWNT vs. France: Your Running Commentary

    The U.S. women's national team is a game away from reaching the final of the Women's World Cup for the first time since winning it all in 1999. After their breathtaking, come-from-behind victory over Brazil in the quarterfinals, … Continue reading »

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Behind the Crest: The Next Moment

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U.S. Soccer’s Studio 90: Ali Kreiger

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USA women rally to beat Brazil in penalties

  Photo by ISIPhotos.com Down a goal and a player well into extra time, the U.S. women's national team looked ready to see their 2011 World Cup end earlier than expected. That was before Abby Wambach stepped up and delivered … Continue reading »

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England, Germany eliminated as France, Japan advance to semis in WWC

By FRANCO PANIZO It seems all England national teams have something common: penalty kicks are their kryptonite. England's women's national team was bounced out of the World Cup after losing 4-3 on penalty kicks to France after a 1-1 draw … Continue reading »

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Quarterfinals set in Women’s World Cup

The FIFA Women's World Cup is down to its final eight teams. On the top half of the bracket, host Germany will face Group B runner-up Japan, and Sweden will face Australia, which surprised perennial power Norway to take the … Continue reading »

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