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  • U.S. women win warmup game against Mexico ahead of World Cup

    U.S. women win warmup game against Mexico ahead of World Cup
    The U.S. plays its first game in the Women's World Cup in just three weeks. So on Sunday, the team worked on some of the finishing touches for that tournament, scoring four times in the second half to beat Mexico, 5-1, before a sellout crowd of 27,000 at StubHub Center.
  • Leroux and Wambach each score twice, US beats Mexico 5-1

    Sydney Leroux realized what she'd been missing. Leroux made her first start of the year and scored twice in a 5-1 victory for the United States over Mexico on Sunday night. The forward started off 2015 with a right foot injury and had been working her...

    Alex Morgan soars in whirlwind between World Cups

    Alex Morgan soars in whirlwind between World Cups
    Alex Morgan was a bright-eyed University graduate for her first World Cup back in 2011 and instantly became a star. Now she's a savvy vet, handling her fame with aplomb as she prepares for her World Cup sequel. Morgan's star rose quickly following her...

    Mother's Day goals and bloody noses in U.S. women's win over Ireland

    Mother's Day goals and bloody noses in U.S. women's win over Ireland
    Some mothers got flowers or cards on Sunday. Abby Wambach got a little more creative, though, honoring her mother with a pair of goals in the U.S. national team's 3-0 win over Ireland in the first of three tune-up matches for next month's World Cup....

    U.S. soccer's Carli Lloyd has high hopes for Women's World Cup

    U.S. soccer's Carli Lloyd has high hopes for Women's World Cup
    For Carli Lloyd there's only one acceptable result for the U.S. in the Women's World Cup, which kicks off next month in Canada. "Anything but first place," she said, "is definitely a failure." If that sounds like the bar has been placed high, it's...