A National Women's Soccer League player on an unidentified team has tested positive for COVID-19 just nine days before the start of the league's Challenge Cup Tournament in Utah.
Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award winner Maryam Shojeai helped bring global awareness to the discriminatory ban on women, in part with the #NoBan4Women petition. In 2019, the ban was lifted and women reentered the stadiums, but her fight for equality continues.
A federal judge has ruled that UConn did nothing wrong when it took away the scholarship of a soccer player who gave the middle finger to a television camera.
Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant has purchased a minority stake in the Philadelphia Union, according to a report in Sports Business Daily.
As the National Women's Soccer League prepares to become one of the first North American sports leagues to return amid the coronavirus pandemic, testing and tracing are at the core of its plans.
The National Women's Soccer League is eyeing a return to play in late June, The Washington Post reported, with all nine teams divided into three World Cup-style groups as part of a monthlong tournament in the Salt Lake City area.
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama
4:15 AM, October 12, 2019