World Cup, World Class

World Cup, World Class

By Whitey Kapsalis, author of To Chase a Dream (Meyer & Meyer Sport 2014) In my 45 years of being around soccer as a player, parent and coach, I’ve seen many unfortunate events that lead to losses (missed PK’s, blown saves, near misses and even own...
US Women’s National Team is Getting Better

US Women’s National Team is Getting Better

By Whitey Kapsalis, author of To Chase a Dream (Meyer & Meyer Sport 2014) The US Women’s National Team is getting better and better with each game and played it’s best last night in a 2-0 victory over #1 ranked Germany. A line-up /formation change...
The US Team Clicked

The US Team Clicked

By Shane Stay, author of Why American Soccer Isn’t There Yet (Meyer & Meyer Sport 2014) Finally, against China, the US team clicked, playing much better than previous performances in which critics across the board saw something wrong with the chemistry. No one was...
Nutrition Tip Tuesday!

Nutrition Tip Tuesday!

By Gloria Averbuch and Nancy Clark, authors of Food Guide for Women’s Soccer Women’s World Cup Nutrition Tip Tuesday! Although nutritionists recommend eating a wholesome diet based on grains, fruits, and vegetables, some soccer athletes eat a diet with too many...
World Cup, World Class

US Women Beat China

US Women Beat China By Whitey Kapsalis, author of To Chase a Dream (Meyer & Meyer Sport 2014) What has endeared the people of this country to the US Women’s National Team over the past couple decades was on full display against China on Friday night. US...
Bachmann Turns It Into Overdrive

Bachmann Turns It Into Overdrive

Bachmann Turns It into Overdrive, but Teammates Fail to Take Care of Business, Hence CANADA Wins Probably the most exciting player to watch in the Women’s World Cup so far has been Switzerland’s Ramona Bachmann. Her half field runs with the ball, dribbles past...

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