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Riley helping to lead New Zealand to new soccer heights

Original post made on Oct 28, 2013

Ali Riley hasn't had much time to visit her old stomping grounds. Playing for the New Zealand national women's team takes up a lot of her time. The Stanford grad was in San Francisco for an exhibition game Sunday.


Read the full story here Web Link posted Sunday, October 27, 2013, 6:49 PM

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Posted by Peter Petroski
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on Oct 28, 2013 at 12:02 pm

I was 1 of the 16,315 at Candlestick yesterday cheering for Women's Soccer. There were 2 Kiwi's sitting behind us, so my wife and I joined them in cheering on the Ferns (big chasm between #1 and #19 in women's soccer).
Ali played great, just as she did at Stanford and for our Gold Pride team back in 2010 when they won the Cup.

Congrats to Ali and the Ferns for their resolve: you made the match worth going to!


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