Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan Skyrocket USWNT Past Mexico in WCQ

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Cary, North Carolina (October 6, 2018) — The U.S. Women’s National Team found a spark to kick off FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying. Six goals propelled the United States past the Mexican Women’s National Team. This was not the first time the two sides met this year; instead, the United States and Mexico met up in […] READ MORE


USMNT’s qualifying failure was due to a historically weak player pool

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Editorial (October 4, 2018) – The United States Men’s National Team qualifying failure for the 2018 World Cup sent shockwaves through the U.S. Soccer community. Blame has usually been directed at people who have spent time at or near the top of the USSF power structure. Perhaps the biggest targets have been then-USSF President Sunil […] READ MORE


USWNT: Jill Ellis Names 20-Player CONCACAF Championship Roster

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CARY, North Carolina (Sept. 19, 2018) — Jill Ellis has her roster set for the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying tournament, the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. Instead of the usual 23-player roster, Ellis trimmed her roster down to 20 players. Two goalkeepers — Alyssa Naeher and Ashlyn Harris — join 18 field players. USWNT: Jill Ellis […] READ MORE


USWNT: Tierna Davidson out of World Cup Qualifying with ankle injury

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STANFORD, California (Sept. 18, 2018) — Tierna Davidson has officially been ruled out of the upcoming CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying tournament. Davidson, a junior at Stanford University studying management science and engineering, picked up a left ankle injury recently. During Stanford’s match against the University of North Carolina on Sept. 9, Davidson’s injury occurred. The timeline […] READ MORE


Jill Ellis Names 23-Player Roster for USWNT Friendlies Against Chile

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CARSON, CALIFORNIA (August 22, 2018) — The final tune up before the U.S. Women’s National Team competes in FIFA World Cup qualifying is set. Jill Ellis, USWNT head coach, has named her 23-player roster ahead of friendlies against Chile. The South American country is already qualified for the World Cup, marking the nation’s first-ever tournament participation. […] READ MORE


Is it Time to Change the CONCACAF Hexagonal?

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Editorial (December 19, 2017) – There has to be a smarter way to decide who represents a confederation at the World Cup. At the end of the qualification road, a team is either good enough or not to get in, but the present CONCACAF Hexagonal system is inefficient, flawed, archaic, confusing to some, and does […] READ MORE



Last Word SC Radio: USMNT vs Panama Preview And Nashville MLS Expansion News

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Podcast (October 5, 2017) – What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, the four fellas are here to talk World Cup Qualifying and MLS Expansion news. Last Word SC Radio: USMNT vs Panama Preview And Nashville MLS Expansion News We begin with a full break down of the United States Men’s National […] READ MORE


El Tri Calls In The Dos Santos Brothers For Final Hexagonal Matches

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CARSON, CA (September 28, 2017) – LA Galaxy players Giovani dos Santos and Jonathan dos Santos have been called up by the Mexican National Team. They will take part in the final two games for the CONCACAF Hexagonal. El Tri Calls In The Dos Santos Brothers For Final Hexagonal Matches Jonathan dos Santos has been […] READ MORE