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Kelley O'Hara: Officer KO

Kelley O’Hara was the kid who was afraid of sleepovers. “At my first one, I was at a friend’s house in the neighborhood and I felt cool, I was having a good time. 598 more words


Old Hammies boys in the news

With a growing number of our old boys playing professional rugby around the world, it was only a matter of time before they started making headlines. 75 more words

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Meghan Klingenberg: All out Beast

At six-years-old, Meghan was not a starter – ever. “The coach would be like, ‘We’re going to put in Meghan’ – and everybody would be like, ‘Great, now we’re going to lose.’ I was that bad,” says Klingenberg. 562 more words


Carli Lloyd: The Scoring Machine

In Delran, New Jersey, a small town with a blue collar work ethic, Carli Lloyd lived one block from the field. “I played a ton of pickup games – there were a lot of Turkish guys, all ages, and we’d just play for hours. 625 more words


Hope Solo: The Gold Glover

Hope Solo was a forward who loved to score goals. But when she was fifteen, her team’s goalkeeper got hurt, and her coach, Carl Wheeler, stuck Solo in goal. 617 more words


Mallory Pugh: The Future

The youngest player in the U.S. Women’s National Team pool to make her debut in the last 11 years, she was called into the senior team for the first time for January Training Camp and made the game roster for the Jan. 403 more words


Alex Morgan: Baby Horse

“My mom was the type who was really loving and supportive and super positive. She’s like, ‘Honey, if you lose, it’s ok,’ whereas my Dad always wanted me to push the limits. 851 more words