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Brandi Chastain Talks Women’s World Cup, College Cup & More

Every young girl wants someone to believe in her and give her a chance, especially in sports. And sometimes when girls have that opportunity, they leave the entire nation on their feet applauding. Brandi Chastain and her teammates severely altered women’s sports and its impact on the world at the 1999 Women’s World Cup. Now, Chastain is thriving …

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College Club Sports: Consider as Valuable Alternative to Varsity Play

Thanks in part to Title IX, opportunities for you to participate in sports as part of your college experience have expanded substantially. Yet when thinking about competing on behalf of your school, you tend to think varsity sports. I’d like to take this opportunity to expand your horizons in case your radar is limited. Two …

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Stanford women’s soccer wins first national title with 1-0 victory over Duke

#GoCardinal Teresa Noyola scored from point-blank range Sunday to help top-ranked Stanford beat No. 3 Duke 1-0 and give the Cardinal their first NCAA women’s soccer title after three consecutive attempts. It was the perfect finish to Stanford’s unbeaten season. Stanford seniors Noyola, Camille Levin, Kristy Zuhmehlen and Lindsay Taylor finished their college careers with …

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Duke & Stanford set for Sunday’s NCAA Soccer Championship

After pounding  ACC tournament champion Florida State 3-0 on Friday night in the first semifinal of the College Cup, Stanford has a chance to play once again for the national title.  The Cardinal advanced to soccer’s version of the Final Four by completing its third straight unbeaten season, a feat that parallels the great University …

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2011 NCAA Women’s College Cup: The Final Four

The NCAA Women’s College Cup, taking place this weekend at Kennesaw State Stadium will be the first NCAA soccer championship held in Georgia since 1968. And one thing is for certain  – there will be a first-time national champion crowned at this year’s NCAA final. All four College Cup teams were seeded first in their respective …

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Brandi Chastain talks about the USWNT ahead of the World Cup, and Capital One Cup standings

Brandi Chastain took the time out of a busy schedule that includes work as a member of the Capital One Cup Advisory Board, a player for the California Storm of the Women’s Premier Soccer League, and raising her young son to talk a little bit about the USA and the World Cup, and the Capital …

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