For the first time since March 2020, the US Women’s National Team is holding an in-person U17 camp. The camp comes in preparation for qualification matches for the U17 Women’s World Cup, which will take place in India in 2022. Qualification games will kick off early in 2022, and this October camp will serve as a way ...
For the third consecutive Summer Olympic games, the United States has sent a team composed primarily of women. And with 338 total women competing, it’s also the most women ever to represent the US on the world’s biggest stage.
The growth of women competing for the United States began a quarter-century ago, coincid...
During Saturday’s match against New Zealand, there will be millions of eyes watching the US Women’s National Team chase the team’s fourth consecutive and fifth overall gold medal.
And among all of those fans cheering on the team, there will be girls watching, dreaming, that one day, they’ll be able to share ...
By Jacob Born | April 19, 2021
During one’s lifetime, one hopes to leave some impact on the world, to make a difference for the people they meet and the community they live in.
At just 13 years old, Ella Bard has already made a significant impact in her community of Wadsworth, Ohio. A member of the Internationals ...
By Jacob Born | February 3, 2021
In 2011, when accepting the Women’s Sports Foundation’s Preston Robert Tisch Award in Civic Leadership, tennis legend Billie Jean King said, “You have to see it to believe it.”
King was referencing Title IX specifically, emphasizing the importance of women seeing other women ...
By Jacob Born | January 19, 2021
After 313 days, the longest stretch without games for the team since the early 1990s, the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT
) was back on the pitch Monday evening, taking on Colombia in the first of two international friendlies.
The team did not disappoint, dominating the match en ...