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Soccer: What Does USWNT’s WC Win Mean For The NWSL?

Diehard and casual fans alike rode the magical wave that was the U.S. Women’s National Soccer League taking home the World Cup victory in early July. But will the massive television ratings and post-victory burst in ticket sales lead to viable professional soccer in the U.S., or will the afterglow fade like so many other short-lived attempts at pro soccer? The U.S. used a dominant defense, shrewd lineup adjustments by
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WWE: Women’s Division Set To Capitalize On Rise In Female Athletics

Women's wrestling has been suffering for years. There hasn't been a generational talent in the sport since Trish Stratus left the WWE in the mid 2000's. That's not the fault of the women though, as WWE has failed to market good female talent for years, and have instead turned their attention to supermodels and less experienced female wrestlers. However, the tides might be turning as women's wrestling might be on
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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015: Carli Lloyd Leads USWNT 5-2 Rout Of Japan

VANCOUVER – Thanks to four goals in 16 minutes—three of them from Carli Lloyd, USWNT rout Japan, 5-2, to claim their third Women’s World Cup title. The United States outshot Japan, 15-12 and had more corner kicks, 7-3 while Japan dominated possession 52 to 48 percent. Lloyd, the ringleader in the American blitzkrieg, scored goals in the third, fifth and 16th minute helped galvanize an American side that looked determined
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Soccer: Alex Morgan and the current state of the USWNT

[caption id="attachment_32292" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (October 16, 2014 - Source: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Despite Alex Morgan's ankle sprain, the United States Women's National Soccer team looks solid in the Women's World Cup qualifiers. Morgan is expected to miss 4-6 weeks after obtaining an ankle sprain during the U.S.'s 5-0 thrashing of the Guatemalan National Team in Fridays' match at Toyota Park in Chicago, Illinois. The USWNT coaching staff felt