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  1. WPS's demise is W-League's gain

    Scott French

    A tumultuous winter has left the American women's soccer landcape in flux: The pro league is dead and gone, a lot of the players have scattered overseas, and the maneuvering for position among clubs and rival leagues for whatever's next is well under...

    Blog | May 13, 2012
  2. WPS: What is the impact on L.A.?

    Scott French

    Women's Professional Soccer this week canceled its 2012 season in response to some tricky financial and legal challenges, and if that's it for America's second try at a pro women's league, there's going to be some fallout locally. Southern Califor...

    Blog | February 01, 2012
  3. LOCALS: Waves make waves in women's game

    Scott French

    It's not Women's Professional Soccer, but it is pro women's soccer, and that's a start -- for the Orange County Waves and a good number of their players. Where it leads is paramount: No less than the future of the women's game in America is at stake....

    Blog | July 22, 2011
  4. LOCALS: V.C. Fusion, O.C. Waves playoff-bound

    Scott French

    The W-League and Women's Premier Soccer League wrap up their regular seasons this weekend, and one has more to sort out than the other. Both of the WPSL's Pacific-South playoff spots are taken, one of them by first-year pro side Orange County Waves ...

    Blog | July 13, 2011
  5. It's official: Blues coming to O.C.

    Scott French

    The Los Angeles Blues are a reality. The club, owned by the same group that controls the W-League's Pali Blues and was co-owner of dissolved Women's Professional Soccer club L.A. Sol, will play in the United Soccer Leagues' new USL Pro men's division...

    Blog | December 07, 2010
  6. O.C. group waits on WPS; WPSL coming

    Scott French

    The Bay Area-based group seeking to bring a Women's Professional Soccer team to Orange County will wait another year to do so, but they'll have a pro team in O.C. next year nonetheless. The group, which includes former L.A. Sol head coach Abner Ro...

    Blog | November 28, 2010