Rose Lavelle's alma mater had plenty to cheer about as she scored two goals in the U.S. team's 13-0 win over Thailand.
Mount Notre Dame cheers grad Rose Lavelle in Women's World Cup
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2 nohing U-S."U-S."A BIG GOAL- BY ACINCINNATI SOCCER STAR-- GIVESTHE US WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAMAN EARLY LEAD!AND THE HOMETOWN IS LOVING IT!ROSE LAVELLE AND THE WOMEN'SSOCCER TEAM PLAYED ITS WORLDCUP OPENER THIS AFTERNOON INFRANCE...AND COMPLETELY BLEWOUT THAILAND 13 TO ZERO.THAT'STHE MOST GOALS EVER IN A WORLDCUP GAME.GAME.
HERE IN THE QUEENCITY... FANS AT HER ALMAMATER... MOUNT NOTRE DAME...ARE CHEERING HER AND THEWOMEN'S TEAM ON.NINE ON YOURSIDES' MIKE DYER WAS THERE FORTHE VIEWING PARTY.Members of the Mount NotreDame community started togather an hour before the FIFAWomen's World Cup Tuesdayafternoon - all to watch 2013graduate Rose Lavelle.Lavelle.The euphoria wasdifficult to contain insideMount Notre Dame High School.The entire soccer programbeamed with pride as itwatched Rose Lavelle play onthe world stage.stage."Well, it's prettyexciting.
A lot of the girlshere are Mount Notre Damesoccer players so they canrelate to what Rose wentthrough here at Mount NotreDame and everything.
A lot ofthe girls actually probablyidolized Rose so it's realexciting and we're reallyhappy to have her."her." Donna Groene, theschool's director ofadmissions, says Lavelle was amodel student-athlete in high scschool."I had Rose when shewas a freshman.
Very efficient in herwork.
Wanted to get it doneprobably because she hadpractice and everything elseshe was doing.
Smart girl."girl." Schenkel won't soonforget recently watchingLavelle practice at the schoolsoccer field when she returnedto Cincinnati.Cincinnati."Whenever she is intown she will usually text meand want to know if she canuse our field which we arehappy to let her do.
I lookout my window and see Rose outthere by herself working hard.She was fighting through someinjuries not too long ago.
Andthe dedication she had to dothat on her own out there onthe field - it's the reasonwhere she is today playing inthe World Cup."Our John Popovich will havehighlights coming up at 6.Reporting from Mount NotreDame, Mike Dyer, 9 on your side.side.