Let’s unpack some of the intricacies of Title IX, as well as its impact on women’s sports. By Alexandra Cadet...
The holidays are here, and the gift-giving season is upon us! Rather than racking your brain to guess what your friends or family members may like, check out our these gift ideas for a few things that will be sure to bring joy to any womenâ€™s sports fan in your life.
<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">Good leadership is one of those things thatâ€™s hard to describe, but we know it when we see it. Read on to learn - or remember - the five leadership lessons you learned playing sports.</p>
<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">The best relationships in our lives are built on simple things we first learned while playing sports. Remember these <strong>fundamentals of friendship</strong> that you learned on the field/track/court and why theyâ€™re still important today.</p>
<p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">Baseball, of course, is Americaâ€™s favorite pastime. Itâ€™s also where womenâ€™s professional sports leagues began in the United States.</p><p class="" style="white-space:pre-wrap;">If youâ€™ve seen the 1992 Hollywood hit â€œA League of Their Own,â€ youâ€™ve gotten a good, albeit somewhat fictionalized, introduction to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, the first womenâ€™s professional sports league of its kind. Learn the real story behind the start of baseball as a professional womenâ€™s sport in the US.</p>