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USWNT's World Cup triumph four years in the making

​ In a way, I suppose Japan did go quietly into the night on Sunday. Though to their credit, they never truly quit. It’s news no longer, but the United States women’s national team took care of business in efficient fashion Sunday night, winning 5–2 against Japan to not only avenge their loss from four years ago but also become the first nation in women’s soccer to...
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Wonder Women: U.S. Dominate World Cup Final

Riding a hat-trick from captain Carli Lloyd, the USWNT captured their 3rd World Cup trophy in spectacular style with a 5-2 victory over Japan in Vancouver on Sunday The post Wonder Women: U.S. Dominate World Cup Final appeared first on
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Carli Lloyd had vision she would score four goals in World Cup Final

Carli Lloyd captured the hearts of America by recording a hat trick in the first 16 minutes of Sunday’s World Cup Final against Japan. Lloyd’s four-goal performance helped the U.S. women to their third World Cup title and led to her getting a host of awards, so many she needed help from her teammates to...Read More
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Carli Lloyd needs help to carry all her World Cup awards

Carli Lloyd had such an incredible World Cup that she needed the help of her teammates to carry all her awards at the airport. Goalkeeper Hope Solo, who only allowed three goals in the entire tournament, tweeted out this great image of her and Alyssa Naeher holding all of Lloyd’s goodies: Helping @CarliLloyd with her...Read More
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Andres Cantor’s call of Carli Lloyd’s halfway goal is everything

While we’re still celebrating the USA’s victory in the 2015 World Cup, it’s easy to lose just how incredible Carli Lloyd’s game was in the euphoria of merriment.  I know we’re prone to hyperbole these days, but hear me out, it may just be one of the great championship performance’s in the history of world sport. She became just the second player to ever score a hat...
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World Cup Final smashes ratings records

With the US Women’s National Team advancing to the 2015 World Cup Final in a rematch against Japan, the biggest media storyline was whether or not the game would surpass the 16 year old record of the 1999 World Cup Final as the most watched women’s soccer game of all-time.  With record ratings and viewership numbers throughout the 2015 tournament, there was a great chance...
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Carli Lloyd Scores Ridiculous World Cup Goal, Hat Trick In 16 Minutes (Videos)

Carli Lloyd just became everyone’s favorite American. The midfielder struck in the third, fifth and sixteenth minutes, setting World Cup records in the process. Lloyd’s hat trick was the fastest ever recorded in Women’s World Cup history, and the first hat trick ever in a final. Lauren Holiday also scored for the Americans between Lloyd’s second and third goals, but it was...
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WATCH: Carli Lloyd scores three goals in 17 minutes

Carli Lloyd exploded in the first 17 minutes of the Women’s World Cup Final by scoring three goals for a natural hat trick as part of a massive onslaught by the US against Japan. Four years after losing in the World Cup Final to Japan, the USWNT came out on a mission of revenge. Lloyd...Read More
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Carli Lloyd, boyfriend Brian Hollins have been together since childhood

Carli Lloyd is easily one of the favorites to win the Golden Ball Award (Women’s World Cup MVP) if the United States defeats Japan in the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday evening. Lloyd’s boyfriend, Brian Hollins, won’t be in Vancouver to watch his fiancee play. And that’s just the way Lloyd wants it. About...Read More
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2015 Women’s World Cup Final: The Rematch

​ Is this what you’ve all been waiting for? On Sunday July 5, the United States women’s national team squares off against Japan in the 2015 Women’s World Cup final; a rematch from 2011. Of course, it was the Japanese who rose to victory that year after winning a penalty shootout 3–1. Think about that for a moment. 3–1. On penalties. They got their revenge in London...
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