Will a women's professional soccer league ever thrive in the United States? With WPS folding, Julie Foudy says it may be time to consider an option even she once thought wasn't possible.
Female athletes are using Twitter to overcome the lack of coverage in traditional media, staying connected with fans, attracting sponsors and promoting their sports.
They had style. They had personality. They had talent. And they captured hearts across America. The U.S. team that won the 1999 Women's World Cup is still a tough act to follow.
In honor of all the feel-good stories from the Final Fours -- and as a welcomed respite from the negativity that too often surrounds athletics -- Julie Foudy made a list of why she love sports.
Long live the underdogs! They are what make the NCAA tournament magical. This month, it's the success of the VCU and Butler men and the surprising run of the Louisville women that has Julie Foudy entranced -- and missing Paul the Octopus.
ESPN Classic will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Title IX with a Classic Women's Sports day on Sunday, June 23.