Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger tied the knot over the weekend, as the USWNT stars were married in Miami, Florida.
The 2019 World Cup winners with the U.S. women’s national team got engaged in the March and they got married on Saturday at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami with friends and family in attendance.
Harris and Krieger, 34, who both play for the Orlando Pride in the NWSL, started dating in 2010.
Here are a few photos and videos from the festivities, as plenty of USWNT stars were in attendance at what was described as the #RoyalWedding.
Fresh off their World Cup title win, USWNT powerhouse players Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger sit down in studio with Kathryn Tappen to talk about a wide range of topics.
The duo discuss what their lives have been like since their return from France; how they balance work and personal lives (2:56); overcoming adversity (7:40), bullying (11:56); their love of fashion (15:50); plans for their upcoming wedding (19:27); and their fight for equal pay (25:00).
“To have these equal pay conversations, it ruffles feathers. People are willing to risk it all to create change. It has been so empowering… What are are trying to do here is so m
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Hope Solo is the USA’s No. 1 and has been for the better part of a decade. She dealt with a tumultuous year, first being put through a highly publicized trial for alleged domestic violence and then being suspended from the team for the entire month of February after her husband, Jerramy Stevens, was arrested for drunk driving during training camp in a U.S. Soccer team vehicle with Solo in the passenger’s seat. Solo has moved on, however, stating that she is in a better place mentally than ever before after seeing a therapist. She is still arguably the best goalkeeper in the world and she will once again be called upon to be exactly that if the United States is to win this World Cup.
Ashlyln Harris emerged as the United States’ No. 2 over the past year, a lengthy process of perseverance for the goalkeeper. Harris starred for the U.S. at the youth level, helping the Americans win the U-19 World Championship (now the U-20 World Cup) in the inaugural 2002 edition. But injuries and depth charts kept her from making her senior team debut until age 27. She looked plenty capable of stepping in if need be in recent starts against England and France, during Solo’s suspension.
Alyssa Naeher is one of the seemingly rare league success stories on a team whose core has largely remained in tact. Naeher won 2014 National Women’s Soccer League Goalkeeper of the Year honors, giving up a slew of goals behind a bad Boston Breakers defense but still making spectacular saves in performing damage control. Like Harris, she is a champion on the youth level, winning the 2008 U-20 World Cup. She earned her only cap in December 2014.
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