It's questionable whether the college game is preparing players adequately for the professional ranks, writes Andrea Canales.
The attendance for the women's College Cup final shows that interest is on the rise, says Andrea Canales.
The list of finalists for the women's Hermann Trophy doesn't include UCLA's freshman sensation Lauren Cheney. It's a glaring omission, says Andrea Canales.
Talented UCLA junior Danesha Adams may be a leader for the Bruins, but when she made her debut with the U.S. women's national team she was just a wide-eyed rookie, writes Andrea Canales.
With the future of U.S. Soccer resting in his hands, USSF president Sunil Gulati shows plenty of passion for the job at hand, writes Andrea Canales.
Women's college soccer programs continue a nondisclosure policy on the weights of players, and it's a trend that is disturbing, writes Andrea Canales.
With the women's game becoming ever more competitive, the NCAA is proving to be a training ground for both U.S. players and their prospective international rivals, writes Andrea Canales.
The early season women's rankings are skewed for many of the top programs due to the enforced absence of many stars at the recent U-20 World Championships, writes Andrea Canales.
In an age of parity in women's soccer it's doubtful that any team will go undefeated, but North Carolina, with its infusion of young talent, looks like the favorite, writes Andrea Canales.
With Portland's dream season over, Andrea Canales takes a look back at the women's college season just ended.
Florida State's reward for disposing of North Carolina is an even tougher match against UCLA, says Andrea Canales.
UCLA stormed out of the gate in early tourney action, but there were a couple of upsets, says Andrea Canales.
The brackets for the NCAA tourney are out and a tough date with Florida State looms for the North Carolina Tar Heels, says Andrea Canales.
Penn State looks the pick of the crop behind Tiffany Weimer's goalscoring exploits, says Andrea Canales.
The Tar Heels look strong but a Christine Sinclair-led Portland team may challenge them, says Andrea Canales.
Andrea Canales takes a look at how the top women's programs fared in the opening weeks of the college season.