Year: 2018

» November 14, 2018

Photo by Lora Charles. Charles Olney (@olneyce): Hi everyone, and welcome to our first slackchat of the offseason. We’re hoping to get back into a semi-regular conversations here are news […]

» October 23, 2018

If Sky Blue FC was owned by a Republican member of New Jersey politics, Governor Phil Murphy may have already called for a special session to ask how someone could […]

» October 19, 2018

The probability that Scotland is going to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup isn’t very high. But it is a possibility. Scotland will play in the Women’s World Cup for […]

» October 16, 2018

Most of the media that cover women’s sports have made themselves experts in the field – and often times using expert feels a bit dicy – through years of following […]

» October 16, 2018

It is the lot in life for most head coaches to be let go of the team they are leading. This came to be true for Tom Sermanni, as the […]

» October 14, 2018

The 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship has been strange. Both Jamaica and Panama have made the semifinals while Costa Rico and Mexico–two teams that were expected to make the cut–are now […]

» October 13, 2018

Lora Charles was on tap to shoot some great photos during the USWNT vs Trinidad and Tobago game. Check them out below. 

» October 13, 2018

Cuba exit World Cup Qualifying having scored zero goals and conceded 29. Their performance shows what’s wrong, and what’s right, about women’s soccer in CONCACAF. Cuba entered this month’s CONCACAF […]

» October 9, 2018

Yesterday was a big day for Christine Sinclair. In the morning, France Football magazine released their shortlist for the inaugural women’s Ballon d’Or award, and Sinclair’s name was included. This shouldn’t […]

» October 5, 2018

Lora Charles was on hand to capture the USWNT vs Mexico as both teams try to qualify for France 2019. 

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