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Heather O’Reilly is ready to try some different things
Picture Heather O’Reilly on the goal line at the end of training, lined up to start running fitness drills with the U.S. women’s national team...

Heather O'Reilly made her last USWNT cap perfect with a goal
After 15 years with the United States, Heather O'Reilly has decided to retire from the national team. But before she stepped away, she wanted to...

Heather O'Reilly goes out a winner in final game
When she looked ahead to her final game with the United States national team, Heather O’Reilly planned to approach it like any other Thursday. “I’ve...

Video: A Tribute to Heather O’Reilly - Thanks, HAO
After a 15-year U.S. Women’s National Team career, 231 games, 46 goals, 54 assists, three Olympic gold medals, a World Cup title and a Under-19...

Heather O'Reilly ready to retire from U.S. women's national team
The scowl became part of American soccer. Fixed across Heather O'Reilly's face each time she sped toward the end line and curled her foot around...

To HAO, From Her Teammates: Thank You
The U.S. WNT is going to miss Heather O’Reilly very much. She is one of the best teammates I have ever had and someone that...

Heather O'Reilly: The Best Team I’ve Ever Known
Heather O'Reilly: "Anyone who has seen me play, or even seen a picture of me play (yes, the “game face”) can see my passion for...

What You Should Know About Heather O'Reilly
I grew up not far from Heather O'Reilly in New Jersey, and we overlapped two years at UNC. But I only truly got to know...

Heather O'Reilly: Through the years
After 230 games, 46 goals, three Olympic Gold medals and a World Cup title to her name, U.S. WNNT midfielder Heather O’Reilly – better known...

Heather O'Reilly Announces Retirement from International Soccer
Heather O’Reilly, one of the most successful players in U.S. Women’s National Team history, has announced her retirement from international soccer. O’Reilly, 31, will end...

East Brunswick Cheers for Hometown Girl Heather O’Reilly in Rio Olympics
At this point, the Olympic games may be old hat for Heather O'Reilly. But that's not stopping East Brunswick from cheering for her as loudly...

The Gold Standard: Leadership Lessons From U.S. Soccer Star Heather O’Reilly
A winner and a leader at every level. U.S. Soccer star Heather O’Reilly is a World Cup Champion, a three-time Olympic Gold Medalist. She...

Heather O'Reilly pens gracious post after not making the USWNT Olympic roster
The U.S. women's soccer team announced its Olympic roster on Tuesday, and noticeably absent from the squad was three-time Olympian Heather O'Reilly. The 31-year-old midfielder...

Tar Heels Land Five On Full Women's Olympic Soccer Team Roster
Full team members are defenders Whitney Engen and Meghan Klingenberg, midfielders Allie Long and Tobin Heath and forward Crystal Dunn. Alternates, who will travel...

Veteran Heather O'Reilly battling for Olympic spot on youthful USWNT
Heather O'Reilly spoke with passion and conviction about the tricky challenge at hand. When it comes to the U.S. national team, she's seen it all...

Video: Lori Chalupny - Friend, Teammate and Champion
As Lori Chalupny prepares to end her international career, she sits down with the only two other active WNT players from their 2002 FIFA Under-19...

Six former Tar Heels win first World Cup rings
Six former UNC players won their first World Cup rings with Sunday's 5-2 women's World Cup final win over Japan: starting midfielder Tobin Heath and...

Heather O’Reilly talks revenge on Japan, adjusting to bench role
“As a soccer player the World Cup holds a special important,” said Heather O’Reilly, who played all 120 minutes of the 2011 final but did...

Anson Dorrance "Excited” to Watch Former Players in World Cup Final (audio)
Six former Tar Heels – Heather O’Reilly, Whitney Engen, Tobin Heath, Lori Chalupny, Meghan Klingenberg, and Ashlyn Harris – are preparing for the World Cup...

Women’s soccer adapts to change
Forgive Alex Kimball. She doesn’t understand. Nor should she, really. She’s a young North Carolina women’s soccer fan, her bedroom walls near Maple View Farm...

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