Author: Elizabeth Wawrzyniak

» October 14, 2017

Well, the Shield Curse stands. This year’s #1 team, the North Carolina Courage, lost to the #2, the Portland Thorns, in a 90+ minute bruiser of a game that saw […]

» September 15, 2017

Every time I hear or see some version of “You’re just a(n) [actor, athlete, journalist, kid, etc], stick to what you know,” I laugh and then roll my eyes. I’m […]

» August 22, 2017

I’m gay. I’m a big fat lesbian. Before anyone misinterprets who I am or what I’m about to say, know that. Earlier this year, a member of Backline Soccer’s staff […]

» August 7, 2017

The USWNT came out on Thursday night looking more determined that I’ve seen them in a long while. I was away from home for the game, and stuck watching on […]

» August 3, 2017

The USWNT’s final Tournament of Nations match will pit them against a familiar rival on August 3rd: Japan, the #7-ranked team in the world. The match will take place at […]

» July 28, 2017

Twice a season, I travel from the Greater Milwaukee area down to Bridgeview, IL, to catch a Red Stars game. I work most weekends, and I’m a public transport person, […]

» June 21, 2017

The Women’s Soccer world has lost one of its own. The news broke yesterday morning that Tony DiCicco, former USWNT coach, passed away Monday evening. A statement from the DiCicco […]

» May 30, 2017

If you’re even just a casual NWSL fan, you’ll notice that every now and again, a player isn’t on the game-day lineup.  Not for injury, at least not that you’re […]

» May 29, 2017

  Today is Memorial Day in the United States. A day set aside to remember the fallen soldiers–men and women, mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, spouses, friends, mentors–who have […]

» May 25, 2017

Your patience has paid off. The #USWNT roster for our two-game Scandinavian series is here! Dig in 👉 — U.S. Soccer WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) May 25, 2017 The 21-players […]

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