After falling out of the mix for the U.S. national team, Santa Clara's Sofia Huerta has become a rising star for Mexico's, and is developing greater pride for her culture.
Almost all top Canadian soccer players go to the U.S. for college, but Winnipeg's Desiree Scott followed her heart through the University of Manitoba to the big time.
Cindy Parlow Cone wasn't sure how she could leave North Carolina. But one visit west showed her why she couldn't pass up being part of the soccer buzz in Portland.
Sports TV consultant Neal Pilson dissects the evolution of women's sports on TV, the current state of network interest, where programming is headed and more.
Jim Delany has led the Big Ten since 1989 and upped the conference's women's sports participation numbers. Val Ackerman picks his brain in her latest edition of Man Up.
In her new column for espnW.com, Val Ackerman will talk with prominent male executives to get their ideas about where women's sports are headed.
Recurring questions regarding women's sports are where do we go from here and what it will take to get there? Satisfying everyone involved will take time and a good game plan.
Florida's Taylor Burke has the height and athleticism to be a world-class soccer goalie and high jumper. Just don't ask her to choose.
U.S. Soccer took the first step in keeping WPS intact, but Bonnie Ford believes this development is only a postponement of the inevitable and suggests the sport take a deep breath and rethink the future.
The former World Cup and Olympic star tells us the players and matchups to watch in the NCAA final eight.
The Tar Heels great reflects on the team's current losing streak -- and the unforgettable lone defeat of her career.