» January 15, 2018

It’s that time of year again–the offseason. It’s a time when the shape of our teams are changing as players and coaches move around. Some will stay in the NWSL, […]

» January 8, 2018

When Hope Solo announced that she would be running for USSF president, two thoughts crossed my mind: 1) If anyone can turn a conversation in the direction they want, it’s […]

» January 8, 2018

Note: After this piece was published the US Soccer Athlete Council posted surveys taken by each of the candidates. Some of the answers touch on women’s soccer more deeply than […]

» January 1, 2018

In the first big NWSL blockbuster deal of the offseason, Sky Blue traded away one of their key players. It will be hard to imagine the New Jersey side without […]

» December 19, 2017

The National Women’s Soccer League off-season is in full swing, and it’s been lit. While teams around the league have hired a new manager, rebranded, or re-signed players for the […]

» November 30, 2017

As the NWSL heads toward it’s 6th season–3 years longer than WUSA or WPS went before folding–now is the time to start building the sorts of traditions that are meant […]

» November 29, 2017

Morgan Brian is packing her bags and taking her talents to Lyon. Jessie Fleming is allegedly setting her sights on Europe. Crystal Dunn is playing very well for Chelsea Ladies […]

» November 16, 2017

51. That is the number of goals Sky Blue let in this year. That’s more than Portland and Chicago let in this year. Combined. That is nine more than top-ranked […]

» November 16, 2017

A few days ago I wrote a piece about which 23 players I’d put on a roster for a mythical tournament in December. One of the results of doing so […]

» November 15, 2017

About two months ago, I moved to London to pursue my Masters in Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Being a massive fan of […]

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