NY Liberty Fined for Taking Chartered Flights

The New York Liberty is facing a fine of $500,000 for a violation of WNBA league rules. New York Liberty team owners, Joe Tsai and Clara Tsai purchased chartered flights for away games during the second half of the WNBA season. Throughout the WNBA, chartering flights is typically not allowed due to it potentially giving one team an advantage if the other team owners can … Continue reading NY Liberty Fined for Taking Chartered Flights

Historic Win for USWNT and the Fight for Equal Pay

“When we win, everyone wins.” Megan Rapinoe The United States Women’s National Soccer Team and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) have finally settled the class action lawsuit of equal pay for a total of $24 million. The players will receive $22 million with the USSF also paying $2 million to benefit the USWNT players. Each player will be able to apply for up to … Continue reading Historic Win for USWNT and the Fight for Equal Pay

Michele Kang Won’t Go Down Without A Fight

Michele Kang is turning heads in the professional soccer world due to her becoming part of the ownership group for the Washington Spirit, but has been in an ongoing battle to purchase the club.  She has reportedly offered to buy the club for $35 million which has exceeded previous offers. Majority owner Steve Baldwin and club founder Bill Lynch, have been pursuing to sell the … Continue reading Michele Kang Won’t Go Down Without A Fight

For These Women, It’s More Than A Gym

Sustaining a career in the sports industry as a woman comes with many of its own challenges. These challenges also extend to the fitness industry, but Amy Pike and Astrid Castaneda are two women who are making an impact. Together they have opened their gym Bridge Performance in Pasadena, California with a unique and specialized approach to training. They specialize in functional fitness while also … Continue reading For These Women, It’s More Than A Gym

WNBA viewership increases, but does its coverage?

Women’s sports have constantly struggled to gain coverage on national television. This is an issue that extends across all women’s sports. The men’s teams are simply seen as “more valuable” on a given platform such as ESPN. Therefore, they are given the appropriate amount of airtime for people to become fans and invest in the team they are watching. A study conducted by USC and … Continue reading WNBA viewership increases, but does its coverage?

Sam Kerr: Chelsea Football Player & Part-time Security Guard

We have all seen the viral videos of people running onto fields during sporting events. The moment their feet touch the grass they are pursued by a handful of security guards, which often leads to an epic chase and eventual smackdown. Nowadays, security at sporting events is taken very seriously to prevent any harm to the athletes or their spectators. So the question is – … Continue reading Sam Kerr: Chelsea Football Player & Part-time Security Guard

The Seemingly Never-ending NWSL Allegations 

The year 2021 has been nothing short of a rude awakening for the National Women’s Soccer League and the US Soccer Federation. This year alone, there have been five head coaches fired or forced to resign due to sexual misconduct, racist, and/or verbal abuse allegations. There have been so many allegations, in fact, it is enough to make your head spin. The hiring process of … Continue reading The Seemingly Never-ending NWSL Allegations