U.S. defender Meghan Klingenberg has earned lots of plaudits for her play at this Women’s World Cup, but she and teammate Morgan Brian might not even be the most widely-recognizable figures in their house. That’s because the two of them live with ESPN NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy and his family in Houston while they’re playing for the Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer...
Jeff Van Gundy and U.S. women’s national soccer team players Meghan Klingenberg, Morgan Brian have a happy home. Wait, what? It’s true. Klingenberg and Brian live in Van Gundy’s Houston-area home with him, his wife Kim and their family, USA TODAY revealed Thursday. Klingenberg and Brian play club soccer for the Houston Dash in the National Women’s Soccer League and they...
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Abby Wambach need not apologize to her teammates, as far United States defender Meghan Klingenberg is concerned. ''Abby's one of our leaders. She's one of our captains, and she's going to lead us through anything that we need to get through,'' Klingenberg said, before the team practiced in Ottawa on Wednesday. ''That's not something that I think we really need...
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Sweden's Caroline Seger beat USA's Hope Solo but...5'2" Meghan Klingenberg headed it off the crossbar & outThe match ended in a, meh, 0-0 draw, bringing the USWNT’s World Cup record to 1-0-1.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
The shortest player on the U.S. Women’s teams undoubtedly had the best up’s Friday night. With the score knotted at zero late in the second half, the 5-2 Meghan Klingenberg came up with a header at the goal line that rattled off the U.S. cross bar and out of the back of the net. It […]
Meghan Klingenberg played the hero for the U.S. women’s national team Friday night in Winnipeg. Team USA and Sweden were locked in a scoreless tie in their group-stage match at the Women’s World Cup when Caroline Seger sent a strike toward the U.S. net. The shot beat keeper Hope Solo, but it couldn’t get past Klingenberg, who headed the ball off the crossbar and out of...
ST. LOUIS -- Meghan Klingenberg scored an early goal Saturday before the United States women's team busted the exhibition game wide open with three more in the second half for a dominating 4-0 victory over New Zealand. Lori Chalupny, Julie Johnston and Morgan Brian all scored in a span of five minutes in the second half for the U.S. in the World Cup warmup. U.S. goalie Hope Solo...
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