The conclusion of the 2015 Women’s World Cup marked a changeover for the United States Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT). When older players retired, room and opportunities opened up for the next crop of talent. Head coach, Jill Ellis called in many new players to see how they would fare with the senior team. Some of the most promising players are Morgan Brian, Crystal...
WATCH: Watch: Portland Thorns midfielder Tobin Heath on USWNT camp: 'Our focus has to be on the Olympics'
Portland Thorns midfielder Tobin Heath talks about the USWNT players leaving for the
Portland Thorns midfielder Tobin Heath talks about playing against Amandine Henry in France and on the international stage and what Henry will
Before the 2012 London Olympic Games, the mood surrounding the US Women’s National Soccer Team was tense. Coming off a heartbreaking loss at the 2011 Women’s World Cup, they were heavily seeking vengeance and obtaining the gold medal was the only option. The task was by no means easy: Japan still had Sawa and looked as strong as ever, Brazil’s Marta was looking for vengeance...
Heath will be in her home state for a meet-and-greet and autograph session in Cedar Knolls on Saturday. Watch video Even Tobin Heath herself has a hard time believing it. She is preparing for her third Olympics in Rio de Janeiro this summer, and while she is still only 28, that experience means she'll be one of the leaders on...
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Tobin Heath was ejected from last weekend's match after drawing one yellow card, then a second. Thorns coach Mark Parsons talks about what she did and what's next for Portland in the upcoming match against the Seattle Reign.
Heath, who assisted on both of Portland's goals, talks about the win at Providence Park.
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Lindsey Horan and Tobin Heath scored in the second half and the United States defeated Canada 2-0 Sunday in the final match at the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament.
In their penultimate tune-up match before heading north to Canada for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, the United States Women’s National Team sought nothing more than a sharp, confidence-building performance against Mexico on Sunday night at the StubHub Center. Sharpness, they exuded; confidence, they certainly built. A brace each from Sydney Leroux (28′, 61′) and Abby Wambach...
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