The Soccer United Marketing president talks about growing MLS and the game in North America as part of espnW's Power Players series.
An accident left Rachelle Friedman wheelchair bound. Since, she has found a healing power in the most unlikely of places -- quad rugby.
UVA lacrosse player Yeardley Love was tragically killed in a domestic-violence incident last year. In her memory, her family has created the One Love Foundation.
Washington Mystics, Wizards and Capitals owner Sheila Johnson discusses business, philanthropy and growing the WNBA for our Power Players series.
Rachel Heal is one of the few women in the world to be in charge of a cycling team, with the title of directeur sportif.
Sports have been dreary in Seattle recently: The Sonics fled town, the Seahawks still haven't won a Super Bowl and the M's just suffered a 17-game losing streak.
Nancy Lieberman is basketball's first lady. There is little in the sport she hasn't done -- including coaching a men's pro team.
Pam Gardner, the Houston Astros President of Business Operations, is MLB's longest-serving female chief executive.
The Big Game James Club gives foster children the chance to watch Rays games from a suite at Tropicana Field.
Cal's Sandy Barbour is one of the few female athletic directors in the country.
Charlie Tilson, the 79th pick in the 2011 MLB draft, is torn between going pro or going to college.
The Tampa Bay Rays' Spanish-language radio commentator has been with the team since its first season. But there's a catch: He's never actually seen a game.
As the CEO of the Women's Sports Foundation, Kathryn Olson is charged with expanding athletic opportunities for female athletes across the country.
For the first time in its 96-year history, the annual Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest will divide its field and feature a contest just for women.
Robin Farina pulled off a major upset to become the women's elite road cycling national champion.
Riding her paddleboard from Cuba to Key West without stopping during a 29-hour trip, Cynthia Aguilar used the journey to raise money for charity.