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Ashlyn Harris will miss eight weeks with quadriceps injury

Orlando Pride captain and starting goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris will miss approximately eight weeks due to a quadriceps injury that she suffered during the first half of Sunday’s game against Seattle Reign FC. Caroline Stanely stepped in for Harris and helped the Pride earn a 1-1 draw against Seattle. Stanley joined the Pride because backup keeper Aubrey Bledsoe was out this past...
Via Excelle Sports
5 days ago

WATCH: Ashlyn Harris and Jess Fishlock win NWSL plays of the week

Orlando Pride goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris and Seattle Reign midfielder Jess Fishlock came up big for their teams in the fourth week of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). On Tuesday, fans voted that Harris and Fishlock had the best plays of the weekend. Harris won NWSL Save of the Week while Fishlock earned Goal of the Week honors. Harris’ spidey senses must have been tingling...
Via Excelle Sports
19 days ago

Ashlyn Harris reveals what she plans to do in new role as captain of Orlando Pride

Ashlyn Harris is approaching her new role as captain of the Orlando Pride in a way no one else can. She’s going to be herself. Last month, Harris, goalkeeper for the Pride and the U.S. women’s national team (USWNT), was tapped by Orlando head coach Tom Sermanni as the player to wear the armband at Pride games. And since then, according to Harris, little has changed about her...
Via Excelle Sports
24 days ago

The USWNT just suffered their worst loss in a decade, and here's how it happened

The U.S. women's national team suffered its worst loss in nearly a decade on Tuesday night. France bulldozed the Americans in Washington, D.C., beating them 3-0 in the final match of the SheBelieves Cup.The 3-0 loss was the biggest losing margin for the USWNT since 2007, when Brazil beat the U.S. 4-0. The defeat, which follows a 1-0 loss to England on Saturday, also marked the USWNT...
Via FOX Sports
March 07, 2017

England stuns US women 1-0 in SheBelieves Cup soccer

HARRISON, N.J. — While Jill Ellis never wants to see the United States women’s soccer team lose a game, the coach believes good things can come out of a setback, especially in an event without a major prize. Such was the case Saturday when substitute Ellen White scored on a rebound in close in the 89th minute and England stunned the Americans 1-0 in the second round of the SheBelieves...
Via The Denver Post
March 04, 2017

Hope Solo slamming coach Jill Ellis isn't going to help her get back in the USWNT

Hope Solo will be eligible to return to the U.S. Women’s National Team later this month following a suspension for comments she made at the Rio Olympics. 60 Minutes spoke to the goalkeeper in an interview the aired Tuesday night, where she again made it clear she wants to return to the team.The most interesting part of the interview, however, may be the part they chose not to air...
Via FOX Sports
February 08, 2017

How a 19-hour flight changed Ashlyn Harris’s life forever

Ashlyn Harris traveled to Africa last month to help change the lives of young women. But after one week in the small West African coastal country of Liberia, she returned feeling as though what had changed most significantly was her own life. And for the better. Harris, a goalkeeper for the U.S. women’s national soccer team and the Orlando Pride, traveled to Monrovia, Liberia’s capital...
Via Excelle Sports
December 19, 2016

Hope Solo is off the USWNT for now -- and that's probably a good thing

Hope Solo will not play for the U.S. Women’s National Team for at least six months and, from a soccer standpoint, that may be just fine. In fact, it may be the best thing for the future of the USWNT.Solo is the greatest goalkeeper the United States has ever seen -- that is indisputable. But for the last couple years, coach Jill Ellis and U.S. Soccer have been willing to put all...
Via FOX Sports
August 29, 2016

Where do the USWNT go after disastrous Olympics

Now that it’s been an entire weekend since the USWNT were eliminated by Sweden in the Rio Olympics Quarterfinal, it’s finally a time to have a rational look at the team to determine why they lost and where they go from here and if we learned some things on the way. While it seemed like everybody else was falling all over themselves to have the hottest of hot takes in the minutes...
Via 32 Flags
August 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Which USWNT players are on the brink of missing the Olympics?

When the U.S. women's national team faces off against South Africa on Saturday (1 p.m. ET, on FS1), there will be little on the line for the team. After all, it's just a friendly and South Africa aren't very good.But for the players trying to get a spot on the roster for the Olympics this summer, the stakes couldn't be higher. It will probably be their last chance to prove they should...
Via FOX Sports
July 08, 2016  |  Discuss
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