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For UCLA’s Teagan Micah, making Australia’s team for Women’s World Cup is a dream. It was the ultimate set piece, and it was executed perfectly. UCLA women’s soccer coach Amanda Cromwell was delighted to be told Bruins goalkeeper Teagan Micah had been selected to play for Australia in the Women’s World Cup, but Cromwell had misgivings when Australian federation officials said