The U.S. women's national team notched their first win of the 2015 World Cup Monday night by defeating Australia, 3-1.
It was a great start to the tournament for the U.S., who's in search of their first cup since 1999. The win puts the U.S. on top of Group D after Sweden and Nigeria tied in their matchup. The Americans hit the field again on June 12 against Sweden.
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2016 Kentucky football commitment Kordell Looney is proud to be a Wildcat:
I had a great visit at UK and i love the team and the best coaching staff in the country and now im heading home Lexington ✈✈ Spld #BBN— Kordell Looney (@59_looney) June 8, 2015
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