women's goalkeeper Hope Solo and ex-NFL player Jerramy Stevens last November.
What does HS stand for?
HS stands for Hope Solo (soccer player)
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With the likes of Ryan Giggs, Micah Richards, Juan Mata, Jordi Alba, Neymar, Hulk and Hope Solo set to play in Manchester the tournament also provides the chance to watch some of the world's finest footballers competing for a very unique prize, an Olympic gold medal.
Hope Solo is considered the best female goalkeeper in the world and with that title comes a hectic life and a busy schedule--and now a marketing relationship with Simple.
boast three names on the 10-name shortlist, with Abby Wambach, who scored in the World Cup final defeat, joined by goalkeeper Hope Solo and striker Alex Morgan.
Goalkeeper Hope Solo had kept the United States alive in the World Cup tournament with one scintillating performance after another but she knew she was up against more than just 11 women from Japan Sunday.
Japan's first real chance came with 30 minutes gone but midfielder Kozue Ando fired her shot straight at US goalkeeper Hope Solo and Krieger scrambled to clear the ball in their own goalmouth, but left-wing Miyama reacted fastest and stabbed the ball home.
US GOALKEEPER Hope Solo believes the freedom of expression encouraged by coach Pia Sundhage will benefit her team in tonight's World Cup final.
Five of those players are starters - Hope Solo (Washington), Amy LePeilbet (Arizona State), Amy Rodriguez (USC), Lauren Cheney (UCLA) and Rachel Buehler (Stanford) - and California's Alex Morgan and Portland's Megan Rapinoe are key substitutes.