U.S. needs to rebound from loss of Whitehill

June 14, 2008
By Lindsey Dolich
The road warrior mode suits the U.S. women's national soccer team well. After coming off a triumphant three-game domestic tour -- the first of 2008 -- the U.S. is back in foreign lands with a surgically-enhanced roster. With three players coming off recent surgeries, which include an arthroscopic knee procedure on keeper Nicole Barnhart, gall bladder removal for captain Christie Rampone and a double-hernia operation for midfielder Aly Wagner, the team is plying a fine balance between peaking and ...

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