Alex Morgan arrives just in time for US
The U.S. women's soccer team's redemption match is less than forty-eight hours away, and like the rest of her U.S. teammates, Alex Morgan knows that Thursday's Olympic gold medal final against Japan is a defining moment for U.S. women's soccer.
After a brutal battle that included a hat trick from Canadian captain Christine Sinclair, Alex Morgan headed home a cross from Heather O'Reilly and delivered an invitation for the U.S. women to face Japan at Wembley Stadium
Cal's Alex Morgan, who is also the star forward of the U.S. soccer team, has been given the green light to play Monday in an Olympic semifinal game.
Alex Morgan knew Heather O'Reilly, longtime national-team fixture and energy producer from East Brunswick, N.J., was going to launch a cross, and knew she had to be ready. “Get in front of your player,” Alex Morgan told herself. “Get your head or some
That moment came in the 123rd minute of a game packed with more drama than a high school hallway, when Team USA's young star, forward Alex Morgan, out-jumped, out-willed and outlasted the Canada defense and headed in the second goal of her