The 2017 One Young World summit was another life-changing experience for Hope Solo.
There's nothing like being invited to raise the pennant of your favorite NFL team—like Hope was back in 2008.
Hope spent her Labor Day weekend in Dyersville, Iowa, site of the 1989 Kevin Kostner movie Field of Dreams.
We flash back to June 30, 2012 and an incredible display of resilience by No. 1 against Canada.
This past Sunday, Hope Solo turned 36, and fans and friends on social media made sure not to miss it.
Here's a lesson John Kelley learned: Play foot golf with the world's greatest goalkeeper at your own peril.
After former Women's National Team head coach Tony DiCicco died of cancer, Hope posted a statement praising him.
It seemed fitting that Hope Solo would become the first self-appointed Commissioner of Women's Football.
Hope had a big announcement for her fans. But as it turned out, it wasn't quite the announcement they were hoping for.
Hope has enjoyed her move to North Carolina—especially when it comes to enjoying the greenery.