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U.S. Soccer Star Alex Morgan Speaks Out on Zika Virus Concerns at Rio Olympics: 'It Is Kind of Scary'
Originally posted 05/11/2016 01:00PM
U.S. women's soccer star Alex Morgan is preparing to take the team to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but there's something on her mind other than training: The Zika virus.
5 Women's National Soccer Team Stars Allege Pay Discrimination: 'It Is Our Duty to Young Girls Everywhere to ... Shine the Light on Gender Equality'
Originally posted 03/31/2016 08:50AM
Five superstars from the women's World Cup championship soccer team made history on Thursday when they filed a federal labor complaint against U.S. Soccer, claiming they're paid just 40 percent as much as the men's team players – despite generating tens of millions more in revenue.
Originally posted 12/15/2015 10:05AM
At 26, soccer superstar Alex Morgan has already scored so many of her lifelong goals – she made the U.S. women's national team, won an Olympic gold medal, and won the World Cup. But the striker, who's easily one of the fastest players on her team, shows no signs of slowing down.
Originally posted 07/01/2015 07:55AM
The Internet launched into a collective "U-S-A" chant on Tuesday night after America defeated Germany in the Women's World Cup semifinals 2-0.
Originally posted 01/01/2015 08:05AM
They're a match on and off the field.
Originally posted 02/06/2013 02:40PM
Sexy soccer star Alex Morgan's latest photo feature is a definite score!
The athlete, 23, channels Katy Perry, 28, in ESPN magazine's Feb. 18 music issue, sporting the same pose and summery ensemble as the cover of the pop star's 2008 One of the Boys album.
"I love Katy Perry," Morgan tells ESPN's blog. "There were a couple of other choices, but I just gravitated toward this one. The cover is cute and fun. It [was] a great shoot [with] such a fun background and I never get to wear an outfit like this."
Originally posted 08/09/2012 05:30PM
It was an eagerly awaited rematch that was only made possible for the Americans by last-second heroics.
Powered by two goals from Carli Lloyd and sensational saves by goalie Hope Solo on Thursday, the Americans prevailed 2-1 over Japan – and avenged their heartbreaking World Cup loss to earn a third straight Olympic gold medal.
The victory took place before 80,203 fans, the largest crowd ever for women's Olympic soccer.
Originally posted 08/07/2012 08:10AM
In the 123rd minute of the game, the most nail-biting, game-maker of times, Alex Morgan scored the goal that landed the U.S. a sweet, but close, 4-3 victory over Canada.
"I can't remember ever feeling this way after scoring a goal," the rising soccer star, 23, said later Monday, according to Sports Illustrated. "It's just so exhilarating."
But she may be feeling something else come Thursday, when the women's soccer gold medal match pits Team USA against Japan: déjá vu.
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