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Nov, 28, 2012

Alex Morgan helps U.S. beat Ireland

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Alex Morgan scored three first-half goals and the Olympic gold medal-winning U.S. women's national team beat Ireland 5-0 on Wednesday night, the latest match in an exhibition tour for fans following the London Games.

Sydney Leroux added two goals to help the top-ranked United States improve to 4-0-2 on its Fan Tribute Tour.

Morgan struck first in the 24th minute. It was her 25th goal this year, making her the third U.S. player to reach the mark in a season -- Abby Wambach had 31 in 2004 and Michelle Akers had 39 in 1991.

Morgan scored again in the 34th minute, when she had a clear path from just outside of the box in front of goalkeeper Emma Byrne. Morgan's third, which was unassisted, came in the 44th minute.

It was Morgan's second career hat trick. She also had one March 7 in a 4-0 victory over Sweden.

Morgan was subbed out for Leroux, who scored in the 66th minute to make it 4-0. She scored again in the 81st minute for the final margin.

Leroux has a reserve-record 12 goals this season.

Hope Solo started in goal for the U.S. while her personal life was again grabbing headlines. Earlier Wednesday, husband Jerremy Stevens was taken into custody in Hillsborough County, Fla., for an alleged parole violation.

The day before their wedding on Nov. 13 in Washington state, Stevens was arrested for alleged domestic assault during a party in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland. Court documents said police reported seeing signs of a fight and a cut on Solo's arm.

A judge released Stevens after a court appearance, saying there was no evidence connecting him to any assault.

Solo spoke to reporters at a team training session in Portland on Tuesday, proclaiming she was happy and she would never stand for domestic violence. She blamed the media for distorting the story.

Following reports of Stevens arrest in Florida, Solo posted to Twitter: "I feel bad for all the ignorance in the world. People are so quick to judge. The media spins stories in such dramatic fashion. I will continue to show love, and never make judgments. I am blessed w True Love & the beautiful game of soccer. I wish everybody the same happiness."

Stevens was selected with the No. 28 pick of the 2002 draft by the Seahawks after a stellar career at Washington. But he also was involved in incidents away from football that included reckless driving charges for crashing into a nursing home.

Solo also went to Washington. According to various reports, they started dating following the London Olympics.

The United States is 9-0-0 against Ireland, including a 2-0 victory in September, 2008 in Bridgeview, Ill. The Americans have outscored Ireland 35-1 in their nine matches.

Ireland, ranked 32nd in the world, has never qualified for the Olympics or the World Cup.

Jill Ellis, women's development director for U.S. soccer, coached the U.S. team against Ireland. Former Australian national team coach Tom Sermanni takes over the national team in January, replacing Olympic coach Pia Sundhage, who stepped down.

Ireland, coached by Sue Ronan, will play the United States again in Glendale, Ariz., on Saturday as the tour continues.

The U.S. women improved to 10-1-0 in Portland, with their lone loss coming to Germany in a FIFA Women's World Cup semifinal in 2003.

With temperatures in the low 40s, attendance for the match was 10,092.

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