Jessica Berman Appointed As NWSL Commissioner

Jessica Berman has been appointed as the National Women’s Soccer League commissioner. This process took over five months and happened after a disorderly 2021 season, where five coaches were dismissed or resigned due to a plethora of accusations from players. She joins the NWSL with an impressive resume of previous experience within professional sports. Berman was the National Lacrosse League deputy commissioner and executive vice … Continue reading Jessica Berman Appointed As NWSL Commissioner

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.”

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

“Women’s Sports Are on The Verge of a Very Prosperous New Chapter, So If You’re Not Getting on Board, You’re Getting Left Out.”

This week’s episode is all about the money moves. USWNT got handed a huge victory in their ongoing fight for equal pay, the Premier Hockey Federation is increasing their salary cap, and Liz Cambage has a point to make about WNBA player salaries. Also, UConn basketball star Paige Bueckers makes her triumphant return and I hope you didn’t want to buy ad space for the … Continue reading “Women’s Sports Are on The Verge of a Very Prosperous New Chapter, So If You’re Not Getting on Board, You’re Getting Left Out.”

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

“I Don’t Really Think Professional Athletes Are Having Chicken Nuggets and Red Wine For Dinner As Much As I Am.”

Last week was huge for women’s sports! Maybe the hugest. A lot of women are getting paid and leagues are starting to really invest in their players. And for the second week in a row, Ashley is smitten with ESPN. Thanks for listening and supporting women’s sports. Enjoy! Continue reading “I Don’t Really Think Professional Athletes Are Having Chicken Nuggets and Red Wine For Dinner As Much As I Am.”