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