In a time when our country is most divided, is the national women’s team most inclusive?

In case you missed it, there was a presidential election in the United States this past Tuesday. No matter how you voted, or whether you were able, you might have had some feelings about it the following day. There’s Nothing Like an Election to Remind You How Divided We Are […]

Visibility Matters: An Interview with Crystal Dunn

The Washington Spirit have had quite the year, dominating the 2016 league standings for most of the season. But in recent weeks, the team’s momentum appears to have slowed as the regular season winds down. This week Washington was looking for a victory against Chicago in order to lock up the […]

Around the World of WoSo

Plenty of good and not so good things happened this week in the world of women’s soccer. Here’s my weekly roundup for you. Kelley O’Hara Taken Down From Behind: The tackle heard around the National Women’s Soccer League on Saturday night was on Sky Blue and USWNT member Kelley O’Hara. […]