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US Soccer web site accidentally posts USWNT roster, takes it down

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Ashlyn Harris, seen here playing for the U.S. Women’s National Team, had five save for Tyresö today in Paris. (Photo: AP Photo.)


US Soccer inadvertently released the roster for the upcoming women’s CONCACAF championship next month.

The organization put it up on the US Soccer web site, but has since taken it down. Several media outlets have run with it.

The CONCACAF championship determines which teams enter next year’s World Cup in Canada.

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Hope Solo is in, along with fellow goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris. Veterans Christie Rampone, Amy Rodriguez and Abby Wambach also made the cut.

Notably missing? Not too many, but Rachel Van Hollebeke and her 112 caps, and Stephanie Cox (89 caps) aren’t on the list.

The Associated Press reports:

U.S. Soccer said the roster will be officially announced Monday. It has since been taken down from

The championships for soccer’s North and Central American and Caribbean region, an eight-team, round-robin tournament that will be played in four U.S. cities, opens Oct. 15 in Kansas City, Kansas.

The roster also includes defenders Crystal Dunn, Whitney Engen, Meghan Klingenberg, Ali Krieger, Kelley O’Hara and Becky Sauerbrunn, midfielders Morgan Brian, Tobin Heath, Lauren Holiday, Carli Lloyd, Heather O’Reilly and Megan Rapinoe, and forwards Sydney Leroux, Alex Morgan and Christen Press.

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