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We’ve got a lot of regulars on Yanks Abroad who are sidelined with injury at the moment. But Sophia Huerta, Lynn Williams, and Haley Hanson gave us plenty to check out over in Australia. Tyler Adams was unable to make his anticipated return, Josh Sargent will be out until after Christmas, and several other big names are also still out with injury.
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But let’s check in to see how everyone else fared last week.
The 26-year-old Huerta scored for Sydney FC over the weekend.
Great to see @schuerta on the scoresheet today
Check out her strike from today’s @WLeague clash courtesy of @FOXFOOTBALL!#SydneyIsSkyBlue #WeAreChampions #SYDvMCY
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Playing for Western Sydney, on loan from North Carolina Courage, Williams finished a well taken goal in a 1-1 draw with Melbourne.
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The other goal in that draw was scored by another North Carolina Courage loanee, Haley Hanson.
A first #MVFC goal for @hay_hanson, who combines with @tatsdowie for the opener! #MVCvWSW #WLeague @FOXFOOTBALL
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The 24-year-old scored in Besiktas’ 3-0 cup win last week, and then was given a rest on the weekend. He also got himself a yellow card in that midweek win as well.
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Pulisic had two starts last week. The first being 86 minutes against Aston Villa in a 2-1 win at home, then another 90 minutes over the weekend as Chelsea fell at Everton 3-1. Pulisic, along with most of Chelsea, had a forgettable day on Saturday. He was the most fouled (4) and lost possession the most times (6) in the match. HIGHLIGHTS
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Megan Rapinoe, named Sports Illustrated’s 2019 Sportsperson of the Year, stands by the U.S. Women’s National Team’s decision to not visit the White House following their World Cup victory.
A U.S. Soccer rep confirmed to SI’s Jenny Vrentas that the USWNT received a private invitation from the White House to visit after it beat the Netherlands.
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“Rapinoe says she heard about the outreach on the plane ride home from France, from USSF president Carlos Cordeiro. He suggested a visit to both the White House and Capitol Hill; Rapinoe and another player reiterated they didn’t want to meet with Trump. Rapinoe would like to visit Congress with her team, but she doesn’t think U.S. Soccer is willing to organize a trip that skips the White House, with the World Cup coming to the U.S. in 2026. The team rep says ’26 “has absolutely zero bearing” on the issue.”
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Rapinoe has been a frequent critic of President Donald Trump and many of his policies enacted by his administration since his election and said in May that she wouldn’t visit the White House if the team defends their World Cup title this summer in France.
The following month she reiterated that to Eight by Eight, a soccer magazine, when asked if she was excited about visiting if her team won the tournament.
“”Psssh, I’m not going to the f—— White House,” she said. “No. I’m not going to the White House. We’re not gonna be invited. I doubt it.”
Trump addressed Rapinoe’s comments in a tweet, saying she should “should WIN first before she TALKS! Finish the job!” He also added that he would invite the USWNT to visit the White House whether they win or lose the World Cup.
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Rapinoe responded to the tweet with an iconic goal celebration in the quarterfinal match against France when she struck a pose with her arms outstretched. The image quickly went viral on social media and the world turned it into a symbol for her patriotism and activism.
“It was kind of like a ‘F— you,’ but with a big smile and a s— eating grin,” Rapinoe told Vrentas about her pose. “You are not going to steal any of our joy.”
Since the World Cup, Rapinoe continues to stay busy working as an activist for equality, racism and oppression. She has been a vocal political activist over for many years though. Rapinoe was one of the first players–and the first white or female athlete–to join former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in kneeling during the national anthem in 2016. Earlier this year, she led her teammates to sue the U.S. Soccer Federation for equal pay. She plans to continue to be a voice for so many around the world.
Rapinoe is only the fourth woman in the Sportsperson of the Year’s 66-year history to win it unaccompanied. You can read her cover story with Jenny Vrentas here and look back at some of her best moments in 2019 here.
The SI Sportsperson of the Year event will take place on Dec. 9 at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City.
The US women’s national team not only repeated as World Cup champions over the summer, but they also inspired a social discourse during politically-charged times. That ability, both on and off the field, has resulted in the entire USWNT being named the 2019 Athletes of the Year by Time Magazine.
The crowning moment was a 2-0 win over the Netherlands at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in France, sparked by goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle.
Show ‘em some respect. ✊
2019 @TIME Athletes of the Year. pic.twitter.com/vRvRaGZlYO
— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) December 11, 2019
The headlines didn’t stop after the win, as a ticker-tape parade unfolded in New York City. Sponsors increasingly backed the NWSL, where most of the USWNT player pool features year-round, and buzz of expansion clubs has reached another gear.
Upon the announcement that longtime head coach Jill Ellis would step down in October as the team’s all-time wins leader (106), a new era kicked in for the USWNT. In stepped Vlatko Andonovski, formerly head coach of the NWSL’s Seattle Reign, to build off the already sky-high expectations.
Beyond the Time Magazine honor, Rapinoe was named Sports Illustrated’s 2019 Sportsperson of the Year earlier this week. It’s another item in the growing list of national recognition for the USWNT.