US women's national team forward Alex Morgan is one of the best and most recognizable soccer players in the world heading into the Women's World Cup in Canada. But when she was one of the three finalists for the FIFA
During the FIFA Women's World Cup game on June 22, all eyes were on Alex Morgan, who scored a goal and brought Team USA ahead in the second half! Not surprisingly, she's far from your ordinary soccer player. Here are five things you need to know
While “winning is the only option” is a sports adage as old as time, that's not actually the case for the U.S. Women's National Team when it takes on Nigeria in the final match of the group stages at the 2015 World Cup on
Colombia is currently playing with 10 women after their goalkeeper was sent off with a red card. Abby Wambach missed a penalty kick off the red card, but in the 53rd minute, Alex Morgan was able to send one home to give
Just before the start of the tournament, there was concern Morgan might not play at all in the World Cup. The now well-chronicled bone bruise in Morgan's left knee was slow to heal, so much so she admitted that back in May she had a "minor freak-out.