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The Average Joe Show out of Springfield recently interviewed UMass Hall of Famer, former UMass and USA women's soccer netminder Briana Scurry, following Team USA's 2015 World Cup victory.

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Today on Huffington Post, Nancy Redd has a video interview with former U.S. women's soccer player, UMass alum Briana Scurry. She joins Redd to discuss the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup and #WhatsWorking to prevent concussions.

UMass Hall of Famer, former Minutewoman, World Cup and U.S. Olympic goalkeeper Briana Scurry, now retired from soccer spends much of her time as a motivational speaker. She recently visited St. Mary's County in Maryland to share her story at the 21st century end of the school year picnic at Lexington Park Elementary School. AJ Mason had coverage of the visit for

Read: Former World Cup, Olympic goalkeeper Scurry inspires area youth

Coverage Of Scurry's U.S. Soccer Honor

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Washington Post: Briana Scurry's Biggest Save

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The Washington Post had this extensive piece on UMass Hall of Famer Briana Scurry and her recovery from the concussion that ended her soccer career:

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Scurry Announces Retirement From Soccer

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UMass alum Briana Scurry announced yesterday that she will retire from soccer. Longtime U.S. national team goalkeeper Scurry, 39, spent this season on the roster of the Washington Freedom of Women's Professional Soccer, but played in only one game because of lingering effects from a concussion.

The announcement was covered by several news outlets: Washington Post, Boston Herald, York Dispatch