In all the time I’ve spent covering soccer, Lori Lindsey is one of the best quotes and best people I’ve ever worked with.
Here are some transcribed highlights from a conference call held with Women's Professional Soccer CEO Jennifer O'Sullivan and Atlanta Beat CEO T. Fitz Johnson.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When I first heard about Philadelphia Independence first round draft pick Sarah Hagen's contract situation, I was intrigued.
After the 2012 Women's Professional Soccer draft wrapped up Friday afternoon, I spent a few minutes chatting with Philadelphia Independence head coach Paul Riley.
Friday's Women's Professional Soccer draft represented the first occasion in which new league CEO Jennifer O'Sullivan was really in the spotlight.
On the eve of the Women's Professional Soccer draft, I spent quite a bit of time talking with Philadelphia Independence owner David Halstead and head coach Paul Riley.
After months of sweating out fears over its existence for the 2012 season, Women's Professional Soccer finally has been granted the waiver it sought from the U.S. Soccer Federation to exist as a five-team league.
It was a game with just as much drama as this summer's Women's World Cup final, and for Philadelphia fans, it was just as heartbreaking.
In case you didn't get to watch Saturday's game, here are the video higlights.
Postgame reaction from Philadelphia Independence forwards Natasha Kai and Amy Rodriguez, head coach Paul Riley and owner David Halstead.
If you were expecting a World Cup star such as Marta or Christine Sinclair to be named Women's Professional Soccer's most valuable player for the season, then you're in for a surprise.
We had a nice little discussion going here last week about the announcement that the Independence will play their playoff game next month at PPL Park instead of at Widener.