Former Cal star Alex Morgan scored the second of her two second-half goals in the 85th minute to give the United States a 2-2 tie with France in an exhibition soccer match Thursday in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Making her second appearance in six days for the national women's team after a seventh-month layoff because of a stress fracture in her left ankle, Morgan scored for the first time in more than a year.
Morgan scored the tying goal off a rebound in the 57th minute.
"I feel like finally I am back and doing what I am supposed to be doing -- scoring goals," she said.
Morgan has 46 goals in 72 games for the national team, passing Julie Foudy (45) for 10th on the all-time goal scoring list.
The U.S. won't play again until resuming World Cup qualifying in October.
The Sharks will host Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles -- the team that ousted San Jose in the playoffs -- on Sept. 30 as part of their preseason schedule. Also coming to SAP Center are Phoenix (Sept. 26) and Anaheim (Sept. 27).
The Sharks have split-squad games Sept. 23 against Vancouver at both Stockton Arena and Rogers Arena.
The team's final two games are at Phoenix on Oct. 3 and at Anaheim on Oct. 4.
Eric Guerrero, who won three CIF state titles at Independence High, will be inducted Saturday into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The 2004 Olympian was a four-time All-American at Oklahoma State, where he won NCAA titles from 1997-99. He also won four world titles. Guerrero, 36, has been a Cowboys assistant coach since 2004.
Leadoff hitter Jesus Galindo went 3 for 4 with two runs, leading San Jose to a 7-2 victory at Visalia in the opening game of the second half. The Giants broke it open with a four-run ninth inning.
Staff and wire reports contributed to this report.