The women’s soccer team of the USA is oldest in the competition, but they are in the finals.
The women’s soccer team of the United States sure has a historical background that extends way back into the past. And it is in the finals now, which is a sign of the prowess of its players. The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup contains quite a few American players that are female.
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Shannon Boxx (Midfielder)
There is Shannon Boxx who is 38 years old. After overcoming various health obstacles she finally reached the level of being a bona fide team player. And she is a mom as well.
Morgan Brian (Midfielder)
Morgan Brian is 22 years old and the youngest member of the team.
Lori Chalupny (Defender)
Lori Chalupny is a taciturn player who is more of a wallflower. But the game has brought out the best in her personality.
Whitney Engen (Defender)
Whitney Engen was raised in a manner which encouraged her to participate in sports and all sorts of activities.
Ashlyn Harris (Goalkeeper)
As for Ashlyn Harris, she had a very boisterous childhood where she was a skater and a surfer too.
Tobin Heath (Midfielder)
Tobin Heath who is a freedom-loving personality simply likes to live life to the max.
Lauren Holiday (Midfielder)
Lauren Holiday never let an open heart surgery at the tender young age of three stop her from pursuing her dreams.
Julie Johnston (Defender)
Julie Johnston has been playing the game since she first opened her eyes as a child.
Meghan Klingenberg (Defender)
Meghan Klingenberg has a black belt in Taekwondo (the Korean style of Karate).
Ali Krieger (Defender)
Ali Krieger had a near death experience which changed her life when she was young. One thing led to another and today she is a star player.
Sydney Leroux (Forward)
Sydney Leroux was more of a tomboy when young and liked playing sport with the boys.
Carli Lloyd (Midfielder)
Carli Lloyd is the best one of the players in terms of strength and endurance.
Alex Morgan (Forward)
Alex Morgan started out in life on an even footing and later on in her teens began playing soccer.
Alyssa Naeher (Goalkepper)
Alyssa Naeher is a goalkeeper and what a goalkeeper she is!
Kelly O’Hara (Defender)
Hailing from Georgia, Kelly O’Hara is a southern belle but she packs a mean kick when it comes to soccer.
Heather O’Reilly (Midfielder)
Heather O’Reilly had three male siblings so she learnt a lot about the sport thanks to them.
Christen Press (Forward)
Christen Press has seen success as well as stress and she has made it to the US soccer team.
Christie Rampone (Defender)
It’s been 18 years since Christie Rampone has been on the team and she is hanging in there.
Megan Rapinoe (Midfielder)
Megan Rapinoe is from the sunshine state of California which is known for its physical culture.
Amy Rodriguez (Forward)
Amy Rodriguez returned to the playing field after her pregnancy.
Becky Sauerbrunn (Defender)
Becky Sauerbrunn had the challenge of growing up with brothers but she did learn something from them in the end in the form of sports acumen.
Hope Solo (Goalkeeper)
Hope Solo always wanted to be a professional soccer player.
Abby Wambach (Forward)
And last but not least Abby Wambach is a great player and a spirited individual.
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This fine roster of players played out their roles in the match between the USA and Germany. The USA won and is now to fight the winner of England versus Japan in the final.