San Diego Wave take stand for gay rights in Florida

San Diego Wave Head Coach, Casey Stoney, is not letting Florida Govenor Ron DeSantis keep her from taking a stand against his discrimination towards the LGBTQ+ community. San Diego played the Orlando Pride in Florida on Sunday and did not miss the opportunity to wear rainbow t-shirts that featured a Pride Flag with the word “Gay” on the back.  Florida Govenor, Ron DeSantis, signed into … Continue reading San Diego Wave take stand for gay rights in Florida

The Road to the World Cup

International women’s soccer play is heating up as we are under a year away from the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The USWNT announced they will take on the Spanish National Team in Pamplona, Spain on October 11th at El Sadar Stadium. This exciting matchup is in addition to their face-off with the England National Team on October 7th at … Continue reading The Road to the World Cup

Babes Watch Party: A League of Their Own

When I heard that Amazon was adapting A League of Their Own into a series a few years ago, I was filled with rage. Because who wants to watch a show about women playing baseball?!!? Obviously, I’m kidding. I hated even typing that. I was filled with rage because as a television writer myself, I selfishly wanted to take one of the most important sports … Continue reading Babes Watch Party: A League of Their Own

Two basketball legends say goodbye to the court

Two legends have officially retired. Sue Bird and Sylvia Fowles left it all on the court when they played one last time in a matchup between the Minnesota Lynx and the Seattle Storm.  WNBAPA President, Nneka Ogwumike, reflected on Bird’s and Fowles’ careers, “The legacy that they’re leaving – it touches so many young players that I can’t wait to see how that evolves in … Continue reading Two basketball legends say goodbye to the court