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SOCCER: OFFENSIVE MINDED | MEET THE YOUNG GUNS OF THE WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM

SOCCER: OFFENSIVE MINDED | MEET THE YOUNG GUNS OF THE WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM

With Abby Wambach back in the USA, four young forwards will take center stage at the Four Nations Tournament. All are 23 or younger, all played in the Pac-10 Conference — for one year at the same time — and all are looking to make a big impact on the U.S. team in this Women’s World Cup year.

(l-r) Amy Rodrigez, Lauren Cheney, Sydney Leroux & Alex Morgan

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM ARRIVE IN CHINA FOR TOURNAMENT

The U.S. WNT has arrived in China for the 2011 Four Nations Tournament. The first order of business? Stay awake and get over the jet lag.

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