Jen Cooper and Declan Abernathy will join us from Australia to talk about the Women’s World Cup.
A brief history of women playing soccer in Baltimore between 1920 and 1923
For more than 25 years, USWNT players have demonstrated that having a baby doesn’t necessarily end a professional soccer career. Jen Cooper presents an unofficial power ranking of all USWNT players who earned a cap after having a child.
A review of the SASH Session with Beau Dure, who discusses his new book, 2012: The Year that Saved Women’s Soccer. Includes video.
Frank McDonald talks to Anson Dorrance, head coach of the U.S. team that won the 1991 Women’s World Cup, about the prominent role players from the Seattle-Tacoma area had in the early history of the US Women’s National Team.
Roger Allaway on the USWNT’s 7-0 win over Taiwan in the 1991 Women’s World Cup.
Without a club team to stay sharp with before the 1996 Summer Olympics, USWNT legend Kristine Lily signed with Continental Indoor Soccer League club Washington Warthogs, at the time the only professional club in the DC area.
Women’s soccer has come a long way in the US. In 1922, it came all the way from England to Philadelphia.
In 1922, the world’s greatest women’s team played in Washington, DC as part of the US tour.