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Women’s soccer players face gender bias off the field

The US Women's National Team, center, raises their gold medals at the 2012 Olympics.

Sally Ehlers

January 25, 2019

Thousands of players and guests in formal attire filled the exquisitely decorated gala, while one group sported tacky t-shirts and sold raffle tickets. FC Basel, a European football club, sparked controversy after the gala held to celebrate their 125th anniversary. Players, coaches, representative...

The USA missed their goal to qualify for the World Cup

Image from the 2018 FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony.

Meredith Prud'homme

September 14, 2018

With hundreds of millions of avid soccer fans tuning in, the FIFA World Cup is the most watched sporting event in the world. France defeated Croatia 4-2 during this year’s final match, which drew an audience of nearly 700 million viewers, according to FIFA. But due to the USA’s failure to qualify,...

Coaches inspire students in different ways

Coaches can help and inspire students both on and off the field.

Emma Barofsky and Erin Brady

December 16, 2017

Not only do coaches help athletes to improve their physical performance, they also encourage them to improve themselves as people and to exceed their own expectations.  Whether they play field hockey, soccer, tennis or football, players learn from their coaches in many ways. Junior and field hockey...

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