Her soccer career ended early by repeated head injuries, Virginia Tech's Kelly Conheeney can only watch from the sideline as her teammates battle for the College Cup.
Nostalgia leads to brilliance! Julie Foudy crams her kids, their bikes and a whole lot of gadgets into the family car for a glorious, 10-hour road trip to Lake Tahoe.
Women were the unquestionable storyline for the United States at the London Games. The espnW contributors weigh in with the moments that resonated most.
Six women chosen to carry the Olympic torch at three different Games tell us how the honor affected their lives.
The U.S. Women's Open returns to Kohler, Wis., harkening memories of 1998's riveting playoff between amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn and future Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak.
The mother and sister of the late Yeardley Love reflect on running the Baltimore Marathon in her memory.
When the U.S. played China in the 1999 WWC final, nobody expected them to make it that far. Brandi Chastain, Briana Scurry, Kristine Lilly and Mia Hamm reflect on that day and what it meant for women's soccer when the U.S. won in penalty kicks 5-4.
As the Women's World Cup kicks off in Germany, Mia Hamm reflects on her own favorite World Cup memory.