Alex Morgan returned to the field toward the end of the US-Australia game. With the team's offense mostly non-existent against Australia, will Morgan be counted on to do more today?
Can the USA win a Women's World Cup without striker Alex Morgan? That was perhaps the most pressing question about the USA heading into the tournament as doubts about Morgan's readiness lingered due to a bone bruise to her left knee. Arguably the
U.S. National Women's Team starting forward Alex Morgan says it's her goal to be 100 percent healthy for the Women's World Cup in June after suffering a bone.
The U.S. needs Alex Morgan back healthy if it wants to win the Women's World Cup, writes Thomas Floyd. HARRISON, N.J. — For all of the firepower on the U.S. national team, it's easy to overlook the influence of any one
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.