Lindsey Horan admits USWNT weren't 'mentally ready' in Sweden loss
US Women’s Soccer Update from Goal
Seth Vertelney brings you the latest American women’s soccer news with Goal.The U.S. women’s national team is looking to bounce back from their stunning opening-game loss to Sweden at the Olympics when they take on New Zealand on Saturday.Speaking to the media on Friday, U.S. midfielder Lindsey Horan admitted that her team was not mentally ready to play in their 3-nothing defeat to the Swedes, and that the U.S. is looking to fix that ahead of their next match.Head coach Vlatko Andonovski also admitted that his team didn’t look like themselves against Sweden, but said the U.S. didn’t have time to dwell on that result with their next match rapidly approaching. New Zealand fell 2-0 to Australia in their opening game, and the top-ranked U.S. are heavy favorites to bounce back from their opening-game loss and get their quest for gold back on track.
Lindsey Horan - USWNT & Portland Thorns Soccer Star
Sports Business Radio Podcast
Lindsey Horan (@LindseyHoran), U.S. Women’s National Team and Portland Thorns soccer star, joins us on this week’s edition of Sports Business Radio. Horan discusses preparing for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics this summer, her stellar performance at the recent SheBelieves Cup and her upcoming season with the NWSL’s Portland Thorns. Horan also tells us about her partnership with Power-Up Premium Trail Mix (@PowerUpSnacks) and what she looks for in her endorsement partners. Lindsey discusses the Equal Pay fight that the U.S. Women’s National Team has been leading.This week’s Power-Up Premium Trail Mix “Power Player of the Week” is Diana Sabau. Diana is the Big Ten Conference's first-ever Chief Sports Officer and will oversee the sport administrators for sports including football and basketball and will manage the Big Ten’s Gender Equity Action Plan. Nominate your “Power Player of the Week” from the world of sports business by using the hashtag #PowerUpPOW.Listen to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. WATCH this interview on the Sports Business Radio YouTube channel at www.sportsbusinessradio.com.Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram @SportsBusinessRadio.Purchase your Sports Business Radio official merchandise at www.parishproject.com.#USWNT #NWSL #ThornsFC #BAONPDX #PowerUp #Soccer #Olympics #WorldCup #WomenSports #MVP #Portland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, we sit down with Lindsey Horan as she tells her story of playing professionally in France at the age of 18. An experience comprised of tough decisions, new cultures, body image issues, and a struggle to maintain her love for the game. Through details never shared before, we learn how the Portland Thorns and US Women’s National Team midfielder got to where she is today and the experiences that shaped her current outlook as a world-renowned footballer.
Episode 180: Lindsey Horan, Abby Dahlkemper, Lynn Williams, Sophia Smith
Women's World Football Show
https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/41867087/download.mp3 Women’s World Football Show, Episode 180 features soundbites from US Women’s National Team Players Lindsey Horan, Sophia Smith, Lynn Williams and Abby Dahlkemper With the COVID pandemic still raging and the USA presidential elections, it’s an interesting (and STRESSFUL) time in the world. Thank goodness for women’s football! On this episode we catch up with international news and hear from some of the best players in the world – US Women’s National Team stars Lindsey Horan, Abby Dahlkemper, Lynn Williams and Sophia Smith USWNT Players The US Women’s National Team conducted camp recently in Colorado. We hear from Lindsey Horan, Abby Dahlkemper, Lynn Williams and young phenom Sophia Smith. All the players took to ZOOM to take questions from the media. Listen in as Lindsey and Abby D talk about their new roles as veterans on the team; Lynn shares her thoughts on being a role model; and Sophia gives us a glimpse into the mind of a rookie playing along side World Cup Champions, and so much more! Here’s the order and times they appear: Sophia Smith – 13’ Lindsey Horan – 21’ Abby Dahlkemper – 37’’ Lynn Williams – 46’’ Plus, we take a look at the 2021 UEFA Women’s Euro qualifiers; new international head coach appointees; and more! Episode Links: Listen to Lindsey Horan’s exclusive on Episode 65 of Women’s World Football Show Read about Republic of Ireland’s heartbreaking loss against Ukraine in the Euros Read more about the UEFA Women’s Euros 2021 More WWFShow Links: Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com. Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com. Photos by: Patricia La Bella Original Broadcast Date: November 7, 2020 Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella. Additional assistance for this episode by US Soccer Women’s World Football Show website design and theme music by Patricia La Bella Women’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and it’s audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Bonus USWNT Camp Update: Lindsey Horan and Sophia Smith
The U.S. Soccer Podcast
As the U.S. Women’s National Team returns to the field for the first time in seven months, catch up on the action on the ground in Colorado with a special Camp Update from The US Soccer Podcast. Colorado natives Lindsey Horan and Sophia Smith addressed the media after the first day of full-team training in the Centennial State. Horan has been thankful to get the chance to get back to field while following guidelines to stay safe and has embraced her growing leadership role. Smith, the number one draft pick in the 2020 NWSL Draft, has relished the opportunity to return to the full team setting and sharpen her skills playing with and against some of the best in the world.
#6 Worldchampion Lindsey Horan "Finally you call me back...you idiot"
Mittag`s bei Henning
In the sixth episode Anja and Josi host a World Champion from the USA. Lindsey, the American international, ‘checks’ the two for the first time in English. In addition, to the shitty internet connection, these are the topics; moving to Europe at only 18 years old, challenges she faced during her time at Paris St. Germain, nicknames, nutrition, half-volleys, yogurt, yogurt, yogurt, and her best moment of all times.🇩🇪 In der sechsten Folge haben Josi und Anja eine Weltmeisterin zu Gast. Die Amerikanische Nationalspielerin prüft die beiden zum ersten Mal in Englisch. Außer der Kack Internetverbindung geht es um Folgendes: der Sprung nach Europa im Alter von 18 Jahren, Herausforderungen bei Paris St. Germain, Spitznamen, Ernährung, half-volleys, Joghurt, Joghurt, Joghurt und einer ihrer schönsten Momente.
In the second installment of "Just for Laughs," USWNT stars and World Cup champions Lindsey Horan and Emily Sonnett share stories about parallel parking, an ongoing joke involving Rose Lavelle and Skechers, how Emily once desperately needed water during a team meeting and the time Lindsey's shoelace got stuck in an escalator at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. Julie and Lynn also introduce a new segment in the close of the show.
In 2012, eighteen-year-old soccer player Lindsey Horan defied conventional wisdom when she turned down a scholarship from soccer powerhouse University of North Carolina. UNC is almost a guaranteed path to the big leagues for talented and hardworking women, but Lindsey decided to skip a step and move halfway around the world to sign with Paris Saint-Germain. She was the first American woman to go pro directly out of high school. Today Lindsey is a National Women’s Soccer League player with the Portland Thorns. She led her team to the championship in 2017 and was named the Most Valuable Player of the entire league for the 2018 season. She’s the heartbeat of the US Women’s National Team and played in her first World Cup in 2019. Follow Lindsey on Twitter at https://twitter.com/LindseyHoran, and on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lindseyhoran10/. In this episode Lindsey and I discuss: How she made the difficult decision to skip college and turn pro in France What it was like landing in France at the age of eighteen with no language or cultural compass How she overcame humiliation in the locker room to become the best player she could be Why chipped fingernails and short hair got players sidelined in France How she talks herself through tough times and failures How she supports her team on the field when things go sideways during a game How she bounced back from being benched for most of the 2016 Olympics Why taking risks on the field boosts her self-confidence and makes her a better player - Get your FREE copy of my e-book. Text OZAN to 345345 or navigate to weeklycontrarian.com to download a free copy of my e-book, The Contrarian Handbook: 8 Principles for Innovating Your Thinking. Along with your free e-book, you’ll get the Weekly Contrarian — a newsletter that challenges conventional wisdom and changes the way we look at the world (plus access to exclusive content for subscribers only). Don’t want to miss future episodes? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review on iTunes or Google Play. As always, thanks for listening.