Ashlyn Harris's personal triumph puts her in position to succeed Hope Solo as USWNT goalkeeper
ORLANDO, Fla. – Hope Solo is not here. Abby Wambach is not here. Megan Rapinoe is not here. Even Alex Morgan isn’t here.

The SheBelieves Cup begins March 1 and the tournament will feature a changing look for the world champion United States women’s national team. Wambach retired. Solo, the most decorated goalkeeper in American history, just completed a six-month suspension precipitated by her “cowards” comments about Sweden’s defensive tactics in a stunning Olympic quarterfinal loss. Rapinoe is still trying to regain her form from December 2015 knee surgery. Morgan, the most famous face in women’s soccer, has been in France with her new club Olympique Lyonnais and joined the national team this weekend.

What remains in this training camp is a goalkeeper competition and, more importantly, a need for new leaders to emerge. Harris might very well be the answer in both cases for a USWNT whose team culture has “changed and shifted.”


@wkorea: #W12th_Anniversary
나이키 우먼 화보를 통해 건강한 라이프스타일과 파워풀한 에너지를 보여준 엠버, 이시영, 김청하, 채수빈, 김설희도 더블유 창간 12주년을 위해 진심 어린 축하 메시지를 전했답니다!
A Messege from #WKorea #March stars who celebrated the 12th anniversary! #Amber, #SiyoungLee, #ChunghaKim #SoobinChae, #SeolheeKim

Killed my hamstring workout tonight so I guess you could say I’m pretty happy about that. Rough week ahead of me though, please send thoughts and prayers ❤