Amy Rodriguez, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and 2015 Women’s World Cup champion with the United States women’s soccer team, announced her retirement from professional soccer at age 34. Additionally, she was appointed as an assistant coach with her alma mater, University of Southern California. Rodriguez ends her 16-year career after spending time in the WPS and NWSL where she won back- to-back NWSL championships with FC Kansas City.

Rodriguez will now join USC as an assistant coach where she played with the Trojans from 2005 to 2008. She was an integral part of the school’s first-ever NCAA Championship in women’s soccer and currently sits second in USC’s all-time game-winning goals list with four and sixth in all-time scoring list with 31. Read More