Seattle sports stars Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are first same-sex couple on cover of ESPN’s Body Issue

“It's important to come out,” Rapinoe told ESPN. “Visibility is important.” Source: Seattle sports stars Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are first same-sex couple on cover of ESPN’s Body Issue Before Sue Bird publicly came out as gay last summer during her 15th season with the WNBA’s Seattle Storm, she and her girlfriend, soccer star... Continue Reading →

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Cascadia unites for World Cup appearance in London

Representing British Columbia, Oregon and Washington, the Cascadian International Team will compete at the CONIFA World Football Cup, a global soccer tournament played this summer in London. The event, for states, minorities, stateless peoples and regions not recognized by the U.N. or FIFA, lasts from May 31 through June 10th 2018. In true world-wide fashion,... Continue Reading →

Soccer America Confidential: Lesle Gallimore: 

Lelse Gallimore, head coach of the University of Washington women's team since 1994, is the 2018 President of United Soccer Coaches, the world's largest soccer coaches organization, formerly known as the NSCAA. Source: Soccer America Confidential: Lesle Gallimore: It's wonderful time to lean on one another to help grow the game in a positive and... Continue Reading →

2017 Fall Soccer All State Teams announced by WSSCA

Here are the All State teams in Washington for Fall 2017 as voted on by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association (WSSCA).  Class 4A MVP – Maddie Kemp – Camas Coach of the Year – Tom Bunnell – Issaquah First Team Forwards – Maddie Kemp, Jr. Camas; Summer Yates, Sr. Chiawana; Jadyn Edwards, Sr.Jackson; Mariah Van Halm, Sr. Issaquah.  Midfielders – Claudia Longo, Sr. Issaquah; Meredith Udovich, Soph. Puyallup; Chase... Continue Reading →

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