USWNT Kicks Darkness Of Sexist Legal Filing

March 14, 2020 0

While the coronavirus is an unprecedented barrier to sports everywhere, sadly, sports sexism isn’t new. However, US soccer hit a low in new filings in the ongoing equal-pay lawsuit. Considering how the USWNT hasn’t lost […]

Women’s Soccer Reaffirms Dominance

July 9, 2019 1

Sunday’s 2-0 US World Cup win over the Netherlands marked another flashbulb photograph entrenching the national team as legends. After its first mostly-unknown 1991 triumph, a fantastic 1999 summit, and a redemptive 2015 blowout, no […]

US Soccer: Still the same old story

July 8, 2019 0

Sunday, the seventh of July, 2019, marked a historic day for U.S. Soccer. With both the men’s and women’s national teams appearing in the final of a major tournament on the same day, the chance […]

Carli Lloyd, US Clinch Knockout Appearance

June 16, 2019 0

“I believe that we will win!” Believe it: behind two more Carli Lloyd goals, the US defeated Chile 3-0 Sunday afternoon to clinch an appearance in the 16 team knockout playoffs. Goalie Christiane Endler beautifully […]

The National Team Review: Surge and Struggles

June 4, 2019 0

“Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man [or woman] is no more.” Nikola Tesla, not much too early, accurately perceived the status of the US women’s national […]

MLS Recap: Struggles Continue as Union Draw Rapids

May 30, 2019 0

Chester, PA — Flash flood warnings, heavy rain and lightning strikes resulted in a one-hour delay, which featured a decent rain delay playlist and a game of “Connect Four” between the teams’ social media accounts. Eventually, […]

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