Author: Charles Olney

» December 6, 2019

Earlier this week I wrote a piece complaining about the end-of-year awards voting. In particular, I was frustrated to see Megan Rapinoe sweeping all the big awards, despite producing a […]

» December 3, 2019

I am a huge fan of Megan Rapinoe. Over the course of her career, she has been one of the most dynamic and exciting players in the game. Pinpoint crosses, […]

» October 31, 2019

In 2018 the North Carolina Courage were the most dominant team in the history of American women’s soccer. For obvious reasons, they were clear favorites to retain the title coming […]

» October 26, 2019

The NWSL released its ‘Best XI’ and ‘Second XI’ yesterday evening and the lists were immediately dragged by everyone: fans, media, and players alike. Even moms got involved. Any voting […]

» October 24, 2019

The North Carolina Courage are in the midst of a dynasty. Despite some early season struggles, they won the Shield again this year, finishing with a goal difference of +31, […]

» October 16, 2019

Charles Olney (@olneyce): Welcome everyone to our NWSL wrap-up chat. It’s been awhile since we’ve all talked. It’s good to be back. This week we want to discuss the conclusion to […]

» October 15, 2019

It’s time for some end of the year votes. Here’s my take on who should win the big awards. MVP Sam Kerr Casey Short Christen Press Crystal Dunn Andi Sullivan […]

» September 11, 2019

It’s been a puzzling season for the Chicago Red Stars. They were supposed to dominate during the World Cup break, when they held onto most of their key players even […]

» September 6, 2019

The NWSL regular season concludes in a little over five weeks. That’s five more weeks for teams to sort themselves. Who will host home playoffs? Who will end up on […]

» July 7, 2019

The United States have taken home the trophy, making them the second nation to win back-to-back titles, and giving them four total out of eight tournaments. For obvious reasons, the US […]

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