by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 13, 2015
Riding a wave of popularity from the Women's World Cup, the NWSL sits on the precipice of groundbreaking territory for a women’s pro soccer league in the United States.
by Kiley Kroh Jul 29, 2015
The Arizona Cardinals added Jen Welter as an intern coach for training camp, making her the first woman to hold any sort of coaching position in the NFL.
by Kiley Kroh Jul 20, 2015
"If you think about women's sports in the post-Title IX era, what you're talking about is a new world order."
by Rupali Srivastava Jul 3, 2015
Every game played by the U.S. women’s national team in this tournament has drawn more viewers that the last.
by Kiley Kroh Jun 30, 2015
“The society we live in now is very different," 1999 World Cup champion Briana Scurry said. "Even from last World Cup to now it’s very different.”
by Kiley Kroh Jun 12, 2015 Updated: Jun 12, 2015
Women's sports have never been more popular -- everywhere except on television, that is.
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 8, 2015
Women's World Cup players notice visible and technical differences in play on artificial turf, while being wary of injury and fatigue during games.
by Travis Waldron May 28, 2015
A first-of-its-kind tournament starts this weekend in Florida and hopes to boost awareness that girls play baseball too.
by Travis Waldron May 6, 2015
The number of Title IX complaints related to athletics increased from 900 from 2009-2011 to more than 3,600 in 2014 alone. In the short term, that might be a good thing.
by Travis Waldron Apr 23, 2015
Title IX hasn't yet achieved gender parity in high school sports. For girls of color, the problem is even worse.