Women's Soccer

Mexico Thrashes Saint Kitts And Nevis 6-0, Moves Ever-So-Closer To Qualifying For Olympics

The Mexico women are inching closer to a trip to Tokyo. La Tri defeated Saint Kitts and Nevis 6-0 in the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship on Saturday in Edinburg, Texas. The win all but ensures Mexico a trip to the semifinals, where one win would send La Tri to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Renae Cuellar, the hero in Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Jamaica, scored two goals to help power Mexico’s victory. 

Tobin Heath’s Awesome No-Look Goal Highlights USWNT’s 8-0 Destruction Of Panama

Despite having been torched for six goals on Tuesday playing a high line, Panama wanted to maintain its defensive style against the USWNT on Friday night. The Americans attacked it early and often and cruised to a dominating 8-0 win despite never really looking like they broke a sweat in Concacaf Olympic qualifying in Houston. 

Former USWNT Coach Jill Ellis Named University Of Illinois’ 2020 Commencement Speaker

Jill Ellis will make an appearance at her old stomping grounds on Saturday, May 16, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Memorial Stadium as the 2020 commencement speaker. 

Ellis was the USWNT head coach for five years when she won two FIFA Women’s World Cups, two FIFA World Coach of the Year honors and coached 132 USWNT games, which is the most of any coach. She also has the most wins in U.S. soccer history and is the only person to win consecutive Women’s World Cups.

USWNT Enters Panama Match On 24-Game Unbeaten Streak

The USWNT and Panama will play under Friday night lights in Houston in attempts to qualify for the Olympics. The USWNT is riding a 24-game winning streak and has scored two or more goals in 21 of those games. It will look to continue its hot streak when it faces Panama to continue Group A play on Friday at 8:30 p.m. ET at BBVA Stadium in Houston. The match can be viewed on Fox Sports Plus and TUDN XTRA 4, as well as streamed on FoxSports.com with an FS1-level login. 

Why Christine Sinclair’s International Goals Mark Is The Best Record In Sports

On Wednesday afternoon at HEB Park in Edinburg, Texas, Christine Sinclair scored two goals to break Abby Wambach’s record for most international goals, man or woman. It might just be the best record in sports.

Mexico Records Massive Win Over Jamaica On Road To 2020 Olympics

After a disastrous loss to Panama back on Oct. 7, 2018 prematurely ended Mexico’s quest for a third straight World Cup appearance, La Tri approached Wednesday’s encounter with Jamaica knowing that a similar result would likely end their dreams of earning a berth at the Summer Olympics for the first time since 2004.

Abby Wambach Sends Touching Note Of Congratulations As Christine Sinclair Breaks Her All-Time Goals Record

Canada’s Christine Sinclair has passed USA’s Abby Wambach as the soccer player with the most international goals in the history of the sport. Sinclair now has 185 goals in 290 appearances.

Sinclair scored twice in the first half against Saint Kitts and Nevis in the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship on Wednesday in Edinburg, Texas, equaling and then passing Wambach’s record.

Super Bowl QB Patrick Mahomes’ Relationship With Soccer Deeper Than Going To USA Games

When Patrick Mahomes attended Whitehouse High School in East Texas, he was more than just the most popular kid in school. He was without a doubt the most popular kid in the entire region of the Piney Woods. 

Sure, his dad, Pat, a former MLB pitcher from nearby Lindale, was famous, but it quickly became clear that Patrick would soon surpass him. 

Recent Michelle Akers IG Post Is The Most Inspirational Thing You’ll Read This Year

Michelle Akers began her career at Shorecrest High School outside of Seattle where she was a three-time All-American. It wasn’t until she attended the University of Central Florida when her career took off, where she became a four-time All-American and all-time leading goal scorer in UCF history. In 1988-89 Akers was named UCF’s Athlete of the Year and became the first woman to receive the Hermann Trophy.

Carli Lloyd, Crystal Dunn Get Own Super Bowl Commercial Promoting Equality, Deodorant

This past summer, USWNT superstar Carli Lloyd went viral when she showed off her kicking skills at a Philadelphia Eagles practice. Lloyd hit a perfect field goal and rumors flew around that she would be joining the NFL in the near future.