By Zoe Abramson The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), now in the middle of its fifth season, has lasted longer than the two previous women’s soccer leagues in the U.S. The first league, the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) launched after the United States Women’s National Team soccer team won the 1999 FIFA World Cup,… Read More NWSL’s Model for the Now and the Future
By Alex Russ 3-on-3 basketball has started to take over the basketball community. There have been numerous leagues trending on social media everywhere. Starting with Ice Cube’s “Big3” league airing on television nationwide spanning to the San Diego Senior Women’s Basketball Association that has the famous San Diego Splash. 3-on-3 basketball has even reached the… Read More 3-on-3 Basketball Taking Over
After an unanimous ruling during the International Olympic Committee’s July 11th meeting in Switzerland, Los Angeles is expected to host the summer Olympic games within the next decade.
The unprecedented proposal authorizes the Olympic Committee to declare host cities for both the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympics at its September 2017 meeting in Lima, Peru. It is all but official that the two cities… Read More As Los Angeles Expects Olympic Games, Washington Leaders Reflect on Failed Bid