WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Sidelined for weeks with a knee injury, Alex Morgan was never under consideration for a starting role in the U.S. Women's World Cup opener Monday. In a U.S. squad featuring a wealth of frontline options, Coach Jill Ellis was in no
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
Sepp Blatter may have declared himself the "godfather" of women's soccer, but U.S. star Alex Morgan is now the latest player to accuse the FIFA president of sexist behavior.
Arguably more significant, though, were the performances of Alex Morgan and Hope Solo. For both, in very different ways, the buildup to the Americans' attempt to win a first World Cup since 1999 has been a difficult one. And just seeing both out on the
You know Alex Morgan from the magazine covers and highlight reels. She's the charismatic U.S. striker known by fans as "Baby Horse" for the way she seems to gallop toward the goal. But don't let that stride fool you: Morgan is one of the most gifted