All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Women’s World Cup’

Hope Solo Breaks US Soccer Record For Most Career Shutouts

Goalkeeper Hope Solo broke the U.S. record for career shutouts Saturday during an 8-0 victory over Mexico in Sandy, Utah. With the win on Saturday, the former Washington Huskies standout broke Briana Scurry’s record. Scurry played from 1994-2008 and had 71 shutouts in 173 matches. As for Solo, her record comes after 154 matches since 2000. “It’s been a long …

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Women’s World Cup Final Breaks Twitter Record

There’s a new champion in the books, and not just in the Women’s World Cup, either. During Japan’s win-for-the-ages performance against a valiant United States squad, the tweets were flying at a record pace. Such use of the social media platform is to be expected nowadays, nevertheless, the sheer number of posts per second is almost as surprising as Japan’s …

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