US Women's Soccer Team Faces Questions Going Into World Cup
A new ESPN report about goalkeeper Hope Solo and a banged-up offense bring up a few questions about the team going into World Cup play.By Matt Moreno | June 8, 2015
The U.S. Women's National Team faces its first World Cup test Monday, but it's already been dealing with plenty of other tests elsewhere.
At the center of it is goalkeeper Hope Solo. A new ESPN "Outside the Lines" report Sunday brought to light more questions about Solo's domestic abuse arrest last year.
"She grabbed him by the head, and she kept slamming him into the cement over and over again. I came from behind her, and I pulled her over to get her off my son. Once she got off, she started punching me," Solo's half-sister Teresa Obert told ESPN.