Olympic Soccer - Women
Women's Olympic Soccer is the official Olympic soccer tournament for women, which includes national teams with female players under the age of 23. National teams must go through a qualification event before participating in this competition. The Olympic Soccer for Women takes place every four years in different host cities from a specific host country.
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Hope Solo suspended following latest off-field incident
Hope Solo achieved celebrity status after helping guide U.S. Women's Soccer to back-to-back Olympic gold medals. But she has had a history of off-the-field trouble, and this latest misstep was enough to get her temporarily kicked off her team, reports ...
Rio Olympics Considers Extra Soccer Venues Over Turf Risk
The Olympic soccer tournament will feature 16 men's and 12 women's teams, meaning some arenas will have more than a game a day in the preliminary rounds. The competition runs Aug. 3-19, 2016. FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer said a final decision on ...
Olympic College cutting soccer programs
Olympic College Athletic Director Barry Janusch announced on Jan. 5 that the men's and women's programs would be cut from the budget. The cut was made by the Board of Trustees. "I can't give an exact amount," Janusch said of the resulting budget ...
Olympic College cuts soccer programs
North Kitsap Herald
BREMERTON — Olympic College cut its men's and women's soccer programs in early January. Olympic College Athletic Director Barry Janusch announced on Jan. 5 that the men's and women's programs would be cut from the budget. The cut was made by ...
Olympic College makes decision to cut soccer programs
Lund received word from Olympic College athletic director Barry Janusch earlier in the day that the school was eliminating men's and women's soccer. “I was just shocked,” Wilkins said. “My mouth dropped open and I started crying.” Janusch, who said ...
Hope Solo Could Miss Women's World Cup
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The head of U.S. Soccer acknowledged on Monday that the American team at the Women's World Cup this summer could be without one of the most recognizable players in the sport's history. Hope Solo, the starting U.S. goalkeeper for the last decade, was ...