Category: Analysis

Around the World of WoSo: Lloyd to City, Kemme and Huth out for Germany

Lloyd bleeds blue: United States midfielder and two-time FIFA Women’s Player of the Year Carli Lloyd has decided to call Manchester City home for the next four months. Lloyd is expected to be reunited with her Houston Dash club in June, meaning she will miss the first two months of the […]

A Look at Season Tickets Around the NWSL

With the NWSL season quickly approaching (no schedule available at the time of posting), it’s time to take a look at the different season ticket options around the league. This year’s NWSL season features 12 games at the home field of each club (24 in total)—up from the 10 home game, […]

Around the World of WoSo: City Remain Champs and Betos Says Goodbye

City goes back-to-back: Melbourne City and Perth Glory met in the Grand Final of the W-League on Sunday and the match certainly did not disappoint. It drew a record crowd of 4,591 in the stadium and saw two goals by City en route to their second championship. Melbourne City made history by […]

WoSo Remix: Chance The Rapper and Chicago Red Stars

This is the first installment of a three-part series. *DISCLAIMER* Yes, this is a women’s soccer article referencing a rap album. Yes, there is foul language. Yes, this is your Parental Advisory. If you’re from Chicago and are unfamiliar with hip hop or have been living under a rock the last […]

Around the World of WoSo: W-League Finals; Trio of Canadians Retire

Perth Glory Takes Care of Business: All season Perth has been entertaining to watch but they didn’t hold back one bit, putting five past Sydney FC this weekend to advance to the Finals.  Even though Sydney scored first thanks to Kyah Simon, Perth controlled the rest of the game after […]

Around the World of WoSo: Crummer to Seattle and Canberra takes Prem

Seattle Sign Crummer: Laura Harvey has signed Australian Larissa Crummer, who is 21 years old and has emerged from a defender to talented forward since turning pro in 2013. Her previous club experiences were with Sydney FC and Brisbane Roar before signing on with Melbourne City in 2015. Crummer’s profile […]

Around the World of WoSo: HAO to Arsenal; Pride Trade Hat-Trick

HAO Commits to Being a Gunner: Long-time United States Women’s National Team midfielder Heather O’Reilly has announced she will be playing in the Women’s Super League (FA WSL 1), England’s top league for women’s soccer. Simply known as HAO, she recently retired from international play, but at just 32 she […]

Around the World of WoSo: NWSL Draft, Morgan in Lyon

NWSL College Draft Tidbits: The 2017 National Women’s Soccer League College Draft was held in Los Angeles over the weekend and – no surprise – Rose Lavelle was taken number one overall. The first of 40 picks, the talented midfielder out of Wisconsin spent all four years a Badger and […]

Around the World of WoSo: W-League Madness and African POY Nominees Announced

Canberra United beat Melbourne City: History was made this past weekend in the W-League when Canberra United won 2-1 over Melbourne City. Not only was it United’s first win against City, but it was the first loss in Melbourne’s short existence. In that span of 18 games, they only trailed […]

Around the World of WoSo: USC Victorious; U-20’s Finish Fourth

Japan Grabs Third Place Over U.S.: The Under-20 Women’s World Cup third place match was one that saw the Americans really struggle against a dominant Japanese group. In the previous three games between these two countries, Japan outscored the U.S. 11-2. So, to some, this was not a surprise and […]

Around The World of WoSo: College Cup Set and U20’s Fall

Melbourne Derby One Sided: The Australian W-League saw a thrilling Derby between Melbourne City and Melbourne Victory on Saturday. Plenty of NWSL talent on display: Jess Fishlock (Seattle), Steph Catley (Orlando), Lydia Williams (Houston), Natasha Dowie (Boston), Christine Nairn (Seattle), Sam Johnson (Chicago), Erika Tymrak (Kansas City), Laura Alleway (Orlando), […]

Around the World of WoSo: Elite 8 Set; U-20’s Advance

# 1 Seeds Knocked Out: Favorites to make the College Cup, Stanford and Florida have been knocked out by Santa Clara and Auburn this past weekend. The Cardinal put up a fight, taking the Bronco’s to overtime. It was short lived because in the 107th minute Jenna Holtz brought the […]

Around the World of WoSo: NCAA Update and USWNT Close Out 2016

SIUE Stuns Notre Dame: The Fighting Irish were the number two seed and clear favorites to win but the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Cougars played out of their minds. More specifically, sophomore goalkeeper Juli Ross was the hero on the pitch that night. Ross shut down Notre Dame’s chances, including 21 […]

Around the World of WoSo: Stanford Roll, Florida outlasts Arkansas for SEC Title, TCU Collapse, and 64 Teams Set to Dance

Stanford Keeps PAC-12 Title:  Stanford was my favorite to win this one, but the #21 ranked California Bears put a decent effort in. Within the first 15 minutes, each team had already scored, making for an exciting and unpredictable match-up. In the middle of it all was Andi Sullivan, a […]

Around the World of WoSo: ACC Title Shared, Manchester City’s Dream Season Ends, Stanford Still Rolling and Another USWNT Roster Announced

Clemson and Notre Dame Share ACC Title: Clemson defeated Duke over the weekend to take a share of the ACC Title. Sophomore Sam Staab scored the lone goal in the fifth minute of play to finish out the regular season. This is the first conference title for the Tigers since […]