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Why: Marathon

In writing the title of this blog, I couldn’t decide how to order the words “I” and “am.” That is, I couldn’t decide whether to declaratively title this blog “Why I Am Running a Marathon” or, more accurately to my current situation, as a question: “Why Am I Running a Marathon?!” 562 more words

Training

How to Keep your Women’s Lacrosse Stick Looking New

It’s important that players know how to best take care of their women’s lacrosse stick, as well as the best places to practice. These are just a couple of tips for keeping your lacrosse stick looking like new. 444 more words

Lacrosse Equipment

U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey – 3 Reasons They Are Everything You Want in Life

It took me a while to figure out what I was going to write this week with regards to women’s sports. Sure, Garbiñe Muguruza won Wimbledon and she can definitely make a run at becoming the next great female tennis player, but there is only so far I can stretch that story. 790 more words

Women's Sports

Hey NCAA, Women's Hockey is Still Hockey

Almost a week ago the NCAA Ice Hockey Twitter account tweeted asking how they can make the account better. They were probably expecting answers that included stats, standings, and general Twitter hijinks. 491 more words

Women's Hockey

There's No Equality In Baseball

At Bleacher Report, Jessica Luther spends time with the young women of GTB — Girls Travel Baseball. Boys’ teams drop out of tournaments rather than play them and they’re mocked by opposing players and sometimes even parents. 150 more words

Quotes

Drop the Disclaiming "W" in Women's Sports Leagues

I’m reading Abby Wambach’s memoir Forward, and one word – more specifically, one letter – flares up a long time personal irritation: The disclaiming “W” in front of WUSA. 156 more words

Life

Pure Entertainment: 5 Reasons You Should Be Watching Sky Blue FC

Whether you are a sports fan or not, everyone knows that there are some teams that are more fun to watch than others. The ’96 Bulls – a great time. 1,248 more words

Women's Sports