Megan Rapinoe and Jill Ellis picked up the FIFA Women's Best Player and Coach of the Year awards last night in Milan, adding more to the trophy shelf.
Alex Morgan spoke at Southern Connecticut State University and moderator JP Dellacamera focused on key points that shaped her successful career.
Kristen Hamilton became the 29th player to make a debut for the USWNT under Jill Ellis. Also, the coach tied the late, great, Tony DiCicco for most wins in national team history, with 105.
The USWNT defeated Ireland in the first of five Victory Tour matches. The first match was held at the historic Rose Bowl, where the 99'ers won the national team's second-ever World Cup title.
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The FIFA Council elected unanimously elected for the FIFA Women's World Cup to include 32 teams instead of 24. Meanwhile, bidding has re-opened.
According to Equalizer Soccer, Jill Ellis is stepping down as the head coach of the U.S. Women's National Team. She will stay for the Victory Tour.
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The USWNT have won their fourth-ever FIFA Women's World Cup title! Goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle propelled the United States over the Dutch.
The U.S. Women's National Team are going for gold, and the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy, tomorrow against the Netherlands. Good luck to the USWNT!