The goalkeeper has been playing professional soccer for 21 years and made 121 appearances on the U.S. national team.
Even the most die-hard soccer fans watching games at the British Bulldog in downtown Denver this week say the sport may never be widely embraced in the U.S.
Where Will You Be In June, 2019? Colorado's Lindsey Horan And Mallory Pugh Hope To Meet You In France At The World Cup
Golden's Lindsey Horan and Mallory Pugh of Highlands Ranch return as part of group training for spots on US Women's National Team.
The league is reaching out to moms of young players to teach about health risks and concussion prevention, but some question the approach.
As soccer's World Cup kicks off in Brazil, the planet's No. 1 spectator sport is seeing its fan base grow. Football may be king in Colorado, but futbol has its place too.
With the World Cup starting on June 12, a new documentary ponders gender and sexuality in sport.
"The Next Goal Wins," a 2014 documentary by filmmakers Mike Brett and Steve Jamison looks at the Word Cup's first transgendered player. The film kicks off Denver’s inaugural World Football Film Festival, presented by the Denver Film Society from June 5-8.