Former player Whitehill to call US Women's World Cup games

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NEW YORK (AP) — Former U.S. players Cat Whitehill, Aly Wagner, Danielle Slaton and Angela Hucles are among the game analysts for the Women's World Cup this summer.

Fox said Wednesday that JP Dellacamera will handle play-by-play for the Americans' matches in the group stage alongside Whitehill and Tony DiCicco, who coached the United States to its last World Cup title in 1999. Whitehill spent a decade on the national team, playing in two World Cups and winning an Olympic gold medal in 2004.

John Strong, Glenn Davis, Jenn Hildreth and Justin Kutcher are the other play-by-play announcers for the tournament in Canada, which opens June 6.

Hildreth will work with Kyndra de St. Aubin, a former college soccer star at Minnesota. Davis will call games with Christine Latham, who played for the Canadian national team for 11 years.

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