After nearly seven years of playing for the U.S. Women's National Team, Emily Sonnett has scored her first-career international goal. The UVA alum scored the first goal in Team USA's 3-0 victory over Costa Rica in Thursday's semifinals of the Concacaf W Championship, which serves as qualifiers for both the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2024 Paris Olympics.
At Tokyo Olympics 2020, Emily Sonnett with team USA wins bronze medal in Soccer - Women's . Join your friends & family: Follow & support your favorite Olympic athletes in the NewsBreak app. Download the NewsBreak app for LIVE Olympic updates and local news + alerts in your area.
At Tokyo Olympics 2020, Emily Sonnett with team USA loses in Soccer - Women's Semi-final. Join your friends & family: Follow & support your favorite Olympic athletes in the NewsBreak app. Download the NewsBreak app for LIVE Olympic updates and local news + alerts in your area.
WXIA 11 Alive
TOKYO, Japan — One of metro Atlanta's two representatives on the U.S. Women's National Team had the chance to make her Olympics debut in Tokyo Saturday, helping the USWNT to a 6-1 rebound win over New Zealand. Emily Sonnett, a Marietta native who went to Fellowship Christian School in Roswell,...
As she rode along the Canyon of Heroes in New York City following the United States women’s soccer national team’s World Cup victory in 2019, Alyssa Naeher looked at the hundreds of thousands of faces along the route, cheering her and her teammates. “I’d say the parade in NYC after...
Marietta Daily Journal
Marietta native Emily Sonnett will make her Olympic debut as the U.S. women’s soccer team’s roster was set for the Tokyo Olympics. Sonnett will be one of six defenders on a roster headlined by veterans Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe headline the experienced 18-player roster for the Tokyo Summer Games.
CHICAGO (February 25, 2021) – The National Women’s Soccer League today announced the list of allocated players from the United States and Canada for the upcoming 2021 season. Allocated players are players who will have their salaries paid by the U.S. Soccer Federation or Canada Soccer, respectively. A total of 32 players will be participating as allocated players in 2021, 22 from U.S. Soccer and 10 from Canada Soccer.