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Two Touch Tom?

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Last week we heard the news that Australian Women’s National Team coach Tom Sermanni will be taking over as the head coach of the US Women’s National Team. The news was received with… Continue reading

And We’re Back…

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It’s been several weeks since we’ve had a new post here on Two Touch Pass, and I’ve spent a week or so contemplating my first post back. I suppose the reason we went… Continue reading

Previewing Brazil’s WNT

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Brazil FIFA Ranking: 5 (as of July, 2012) Coach: Jorge Barcellos Number of Olympics Appearances: The US has participated in every Olympics where women’s soccer has been a sport (1996, 2000, 2004, 2008,… Continue reading

Previewing Colombian WNT

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Colombia FIFA Ranking: 28 (as of July, 2012) Coach: Ricardo Roso Number of Olympics Appearances: This will be Colombia’s first time participating in women’s soccer at an Olympics. Group: G (United States, France,… Continue reading

Olympic Roster

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The Olympics are less than 100 days away and Pia Sundhage has her work cut out for her. Of course there is plenty to do with training and the two domestic matches and… Continue reading

Can we really replace Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS)?

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There has been a lot of talk lately about the W-League and the WPLS taking the place of the WPS in the United States. Some are even saying that the WPLS Elite League… Continue reading

A Breakdown of Title IX

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Remember weeks ago when I said a post about Title IX was coming? Yeah… it’s been awhile. Oops. Better late than never, right? When I started writing this entry I realized that there… Continue reading

International Women’s Day… Title IX Edition

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Hi All, I had the amazing privilege of sitting down with Dr. Christine Grant, a pioneer for women’s intercollegiate athletics and Title IX. A bit of work and travel has set back my… Continue reading

USWNT Game Coverage

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It’s easy as sports fans to demand certain things from our teams… especially coverage of games. Unfortunately, as women’s soccer fans we can’t always get what we want. I’ll be the first to… Continue reading