Women’s World Cup
New Jersey native and World Cup champion Carli Lloyd says she thinks she will return to defend the United States’ title in four years.
Carli Lloyd has become a household name. But she’s no newcomer to Team USA or the international stage.
For a brief time Sunday night, Carli Lloyd’s Wikipedia page listed her position as “President of the United States.”
All the best images from Sunday’s historic victory over Japan.
Carli Lloyd came up big again. Three times. And with it came the Americans’ elusive third Women’s World Cup title.
The 4th of July weekend is upon us. Sports nuts need something to watch, here’s some good options.
The Americans get a rematch on Sunday when the teams meet again in the final, this time in Canada. The U.S. women are favored, and there figures to be a mostly pro-American crowd making the short trip across the border to Vancouver’s BC Place.
Bring it on. That’s how the U.S. women’s soccer team reacted Wednesday night to learning that Japan would be the opponent in the World Cup final.
England defender Laura Bassett was inconsolable as she lay face down on the field, sobbing. Japanese players gathered at the other end of the field in celebration — and relief.
The soccer sensation who got her start at Rutgers University, helped secure the win against Germany with a penalty goal and an assist with only five minutes left in the game.
“We didn’t come here just to make the final. We came here to win it,'” said Lloyd, a Jersey native who starred at Rutgers, after beating Germany in the semis of the Women’s World Cup.
Celia Sasic picked a pretty bad time for Germany’s first missed penalty kick in the women’s World Cup.
Soccer coaches say being able to watch elite female soccer players from their home state has made a difference to the girls they teach and thousands of others across the state.
The USWNT has advanced to the semi-finals to play Germany. Here’s what you need to know.
The Women’s World Cup semifinal clash between top-ranked Germany and the second-ranked United States will feature two of the best goalkeepers in the game: Nadine Angerer and Hope Solo.