Women's Soccer

The Domestic Violence Case Everyone Is Suddenly Talking About

NFL players Ray Rice, Greg Hardy, Adrian Peterson, Ray Mcdonald and Jonathan Dwyer are all on leave from competition until their domestic violence cases are sorted out. But what about the case against USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo? 

USWNT 8 - 0 Mexico: Effort Optional

Here at The18, we believe in the sanctity of competition. So, when we look back on Saturday night’s demolition of Mexico by the USWNT, we are a little betrayed. Stoked for the USWNT, but betrayed nonetheless. That was not a game, it was an embarrassment. 

Women's College Soccer Roundup

Each week, The18 brings you a look at what's happening in Women’s College soccer. Before we dive in, let's take a look at the rankings:


Florida Win The Sunshine State

5 Takeaways From The Start Of The Women's College Soccer Season

The start of the 2014 Women’s College soccer season has gotten off to quite the start, with some surprising results and some of the same from last season. Let’s take a look at the rankings before five "lessons" from the past week:

Takeaway #1: Stanford Is For Real

Yesterday Marked The Fifteen-Year Anniversary of Brandi Chastain's Historic Penalty Kick

As well as the USMNT played in this World Cup they still have never reached the promised land and won that elusive trophy. The US Women’s National team, on the other hand, have been ranked no. 1 in the world for six years running and are looking for their third World Cup title in 2015. Yesterday also marked the fifteen-year anniversary of their most recent title.