England's success depends on the play of Kelly Smith. So far, she's lived up to expectations, writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. will need to rediscover its offensive rhythm if it hopes to defeat England (Saturday, 8 a.m. ET, ESPN2), writes Graham Hays.
In the win against Nigeria, the U.S. women's national team played its best possession soccer of the opening round, writes Graham Hays.
North Korea and Brazil could be the teams that end the domination of the World Cup by the U.S. and Europe, writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. women can't take their final Group B opponent Nigeria (Tuesday, 8 a.m. ET, ESPN) for granted, writes Graham Hays.
Tina Ellertson could have played for Ghana, but she opted for the U.S. She hasn't regretted her decision, writes Graham Hays.
The key to the U.S. win over Sweden was coach Greg Ryan's willingness to experiment with lineup changes, writes Graham Hays.
Beset by injuries, Sweden will depend more than ever on strikers Hanna Ljungberg and Victoria Svensson , writes Graham Hays.
The U.S. women take on a familiar opponent, Sweden, in a critical matchup (Friday, 5 a.m ET., ESPN), writes Graham Hays.
The North Koreans lived up their billing as a possible dark horse as the U.S. was fortunate to escape with a draw, writes Graham Hays.