Monday, July 30, 2012

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Why Alex Morgan Can Be the Lionel Messi of Women's Soccer Alex Morgan may not get as many interviews as Abby Wambach or cause as much controversy as Hope Solo, but anyone who knows soccer knows Morgan is the real star of Team USA. Morgan scored two goals in the U.S. Women's National Team's comeback victory over France last week, bringing her total tally to 29 goals for her country in just 44 appearances. The 23-year-old striker was introduced to the ... Alex Morgan: American Striker Is Key for USA Women's Soccer Gold Medal As the United States prepares to close out pool play against North Korea on Tuesday, grasping a gold medal isn't that far away. Alex Morgan, the team's youngest player, is at the center of it all. After a 3-0 victory over Colombia in their second game of the tournament, a game where Morgan had an assist, the Americans are continuing their strong run from last year's World Cup. As a bench player ... Alex Morgan Better at Scoring Goals Than Playing Peek-A-Boo Alex Morgan is quickly becoming the face of U.S. Women's Soccer. She has electric performances on the field and a charismatic persona off it. That being said, the American striker would be advised to stick to scoring goals and avoid playing peek-a-boo. Morgan, 23, is off to a blistering start at the 2012 London Olympic Games. A dynamic pair of goals, including this ridiculous strike, for the U.S ... Alex Morgan: Breaking Down Her Performance for Team USA vs. Colombia If the name Alex Morgan hasn't been brought to your attention yet, you probably aren't a fan of soccer. The American sensation, who originally put herself in the spotlight last summer at the 2011 World Cup, had a sensational next 12 months in which she became respected as one of the most dangerous attackers in the game. Prior to not getting on the scoresheet today, Morgan had scored 11 goals in ... Alex Morgan enters Olympics with a bang GLASGOW, Scotland -- The rain has stopped and the Tube hasn't come to an utter standstill. But at least one prediction for the London Olympics appears to be coming true. Alex Morgan: U.S. Women's Soccer Team Forward Stands on Verge of Superstardom at London Olympics A look at the rise of U.S. Women's National Soccer Team striker Alex Morgan. Alex Morgan's rise came fast, but step by step Alex Morgan's climb from substitute to star on the U.S. Women's soccer team moved pretty fast, but it was a coordinated effort. Alex Morgan: Team USA Phenom Is Most Important Player on Loaded Squad Alex Morgan is to USA women's soccer what Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are to Major League Baseball—that is, phenoms who at a young age lift the play of their teammates and create an atmosphere of fierce play and exciting results.  Of course, Morgan had slightly more experience at the top level of competition. In her first World Cup in 2011, she played in five matches and scored two key goals for ... London 2012 Olympics: 10 Things You Need to Know About Alex Morgan Alex Morgan has been a soccer sensation since she starred in the U.S. national team's run to the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup final. Since that tournament, she has been the biggest breakout star in the sport—on both the men's and women's side. She has done all this despite only recently breaking into the starting lineup, as head coach Pia Sundhage preferred to use Morgan as a substitute at the ... USA vs Colombia Women's Olympic Soccer: Alex Morgan and 3 Stars That Must Shine Alex Morgan and company will hit the pitch for the second time in these Olympics as they take on Colombia. The Games got off to a rocky start for the Americans when France jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead and exposed some holes in their defense. Morgan, Abby Wambach and Carli Lloyd responded with a combined four goals to take the match and the points. Colombia, on the other hand, just never put it ...
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