“Women Can Sell, Women Can Fight. And We Put On a Hell of a Show.”

On this week’s episode, women headline MSG and the crowd went wild, Angel City debuted at Banc of California for their inaugural season, and Athletes Unlimited is expanding their media rights deal only 2 years after its founding. Also, Chicago will host the WNBA All-Star game, Carli Lloyd will rejoin Gotham FC, and Ashley admits this episode is a tad unhinged. Enjoy! Continue reading “Women Can Sell, Women Can Fight. And We Put On a Hell of a Show.”

“Let’s Be Better. Let’s!”

Ashley’s back with your weekly roundup while she wears her brand new Babes Supporting Babes sweatshirt. NWSL kickoff times are still a problem, Allyson Felix steps up for pregnant athletes, and Kenya’s Peres Jepchichir made our collective jaws drop. Also, you can now watch the Seattle Storm on Amazon Prime Video and everyone watched the NCAA women’s sports season. Did you? Thanks for listening! Continue reading “Let’s Be Better. Let’s!”

“Color Me Unimpressed”

NWSL viewership up! So let’s get them a better media rights deal so we can continue watching games on television. Also on this week’s roundup, FritoLay has officially acknowledged that women exist in the sports universe, women continue to break barriers in baseball and Serena Williams *may* be making her Wimbledon comeback this year? Finally, the future of women’s boxing is promising, and we’re so … Continue reading “Color Me Unimpressed”

A Conversation with Jenny Nguyen

A brand new sports bar and restaurant is opening in Portland and here, women’s sports will be the focus. I got to sit down with owner Jenny Nguyen to talk about The Sports Bra, the first of its kind womens sports bar. Jenny talks about her vision for the bar and what led her to open a business that celebrates women’s sports. Hopefully, it’ll be the first … Continue reading A Conversation with Jenny Nguyen

“It’s So Asinine to Me That People Get So Offended When Women Are Being Treated Well.”

This week, we touch on the New York Liberty’s $500,000 fine, the wave of women being hired in baseball continues, and the New York Times can’t recognize one of the world’s greatest athletes. Dedicated to the memory of Katie Meyer. Thank you for listening! Continue reading “It’s So Asinine to Me That People Get So Offended When Women Are Being Treated Well.”