Julie Foudy and Kristine Lilly, alumnae of the U.S. Soccer Women’s National Team, joined the Princeton University community on campus on Thursday, April 21 as part of the Jake McCandless ’51 Princeton Varsity Club’s Speaker Series.
Julie Foudy and Kristine Lilly spoke Thursday night at McCosh 50 as part of the Princeton Varsity Club Jake McCandless '51 Speaker Series.
Julie Foudy and Kristine Lilly, alumnae of the USWNT, will be coming to campus as part of the Princeton Varsity Club's Jake McCandless '51 Speaker Series Thursday, April 21.
A friendly soccer game between the reigning World Cup-winning U.S. women’s national soccer team and Trinidad and Tobago was called off because of poor field conditions, and there may be legal repercussions, reports KHON2’s Gina Mangieri. The game was boycotted by the U.S. after they took the field and quickly realized the turf wasn’t applied correctly, making it dangerous...
A new ESPN E:60 report may be showing the connection that artificial turf may have in causing cancer. The report is done by former women’s soccer star Julie Foudy and it says that the “crumb rubber” pellets in the turf may expose athletes to carcinogens and are causing health problems in young athletes. Here is more from AOL.com: In a preview segment released, ESPN speaks to...
A new ESPN E:60 report by former women’s soccer star Julie Foudy examines the possible connection between field turf and cancer. In the below segment, Foudy, with the help of a number of former soccer players, looks into whether the “crumb rubber” pellets, which could expose athletes to carcinogens, are causing medical issues for young athletes. Here’s more, via AOL.com:...
Former U.S. Women's National Team star Julie Foudy leads an investigation into the alarming safety concerns regarding artificial turf on ESPN's weekly newsmagazine show E:60. The post E:60 Investigates Artificial Turf appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
Former US Women’s National Team soccer star Julie Foudy will be sticking around with ESPN for the foreseeable future. This week, Foudy re-signed a multi-year deal with espnW that will keep her as one of the main faces of the ESPN offshoot outlet. Foudy made an impact on the national stage during last month’s College Football Playoff Championship Megacast, when she shined as...
After Julie Foudy chose Briana Scurry as the goalkeeper for her all-time U.S. women's soccer team, Hope Solo tweeted her disagreement.
Hope Solo has a well-documented history of not getting along with former US women’s soccer players. She continued that trend this week when she called out Julie Foudy. Foudy, a former midfielder and team captain who was part of the US women’s gold medal team at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, appeared on ESPN Tuesday […]
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