The women's basketball team of the University of Connecticut is nearing a historical mark: Sunday they captured their 88th straight win, tying the national record for longest win streak with the mid…Continue
Laying in bed, lights off, recovering from a heat induced headache.
Best headache I've ever had.
It's marvelously insane to realize what took place today on a beautiful, new soccer field in Kansas City, Kansas at 2:00 PM CST. A group of strong, talented ladies took the field dressed of Puma; wearing orange/white/blue socks, blue shorts, and a white jersey with orange numbers. The fans sat in the bleachers, in the sun, sweating it out; just over 200…Continue
Anyone that has been associated with the women's soccer world, especially at the American professional level knows that year three tends to be the time in which the survival or demise of just about anything is determined. Since, reviewing on my past blog posts at Women's Soccer United, it has been brought to my attention that I am beginning the approach of my 'year three' in the Women's Soccer United world, and realistically 'year three' of my adventures in the women's…Continue
If there is a truth of consistency among women's soccer in the United States it is simply this; inconsistency.
In the past months and weeks we, the women's soccer world, have been brought to hype, the boiling point, and introduced to the newest rendition of what women's soccer can look like in the North America: the National Women's Soccer League [I would link their name, but there isn't a…Continue
I want to take a brief moment and ask this simple question:
Does anyone else remember when there was a simple though of creating a women's premier soccer team in the Kansas City area?
A year ago I would have never believed the Kansas City Shock would have been a reality, cruising through Kansas City, talking shop, and dreaming big. I would not have imagined that we would have become so big that our tryout…Continue