Many of you know that during the Women's World Cup, I hosted a series of podcasts for Backheel.com called A Women's World Cup Home Companion. Below you'll...
If the World Cup is to have a lasting impact, the NWSL must get into Philadelphia and other cities.
Carli Lloyd and Morgan Brian got back to the east coast in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Delran, N.J. native Carli Lloyd made Women's World Cup in the first half of Sunday's championship game.
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Julie Johnston was disconsolate. She had just made her first big mistake of a nearly flawless World Cup.
Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and former 76ers guard Jrue Holiday are in Ottawa for United States-China.
Alex Morgan doesn't mind one bit that Colombia striker Lady Andrade is talking trash about the United States.
Hope Solo's husband Jerramy Stevens fired back in response to the controversy surrounding his wife.
Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo drew a combined 3.5 million viewers for the U.S.-Australia game.
Philly.com's Jonathan Tannenwald previews the team's toughest opponents, and how far they'll go.
Telemundo's World Cup coverage will give the sport a big stage in America's Hispanic communities.
22-year-old midfielder Morgan Brian is one of the U.S. women's national team's rising stars.
These players would, could or should be going to Canada, but never made it to the top.
Now in her 10th year with the U.S. women's national team, Carli Lloyd still relishes every appearance.