The Boston Pride are Back-to-Back Isobel Cup Champions

The Boston Pride defeated the Connecticut Whale 4-2 to become back-to-back Isobel Cup Champions on Monday night.  The Premier Hockey Federation’s (PHF) Isobel Cup Final took place at the Adventhealth Center Ice Arena in Wesley Chapel, Fl. which was filled with fans from both Boston and Connecticut that made the drive south.  Pride captain, JillianContinue reading “The Boston Pride are Back-to-Back Isobel Cup Champions”

Tom Brady Out of Retirement

One of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady will be returning to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 23rd season.  Brady took to social media to announce his decision to unretire and that he will be playing in the upcoming NFL season, saying that “his place is on the field and not inContinue reading “Tom Brady Out of Retirement”

International Women’s Day: Showcasing Talented Women In The Sports Industry

With International Women’s Day being this week, I decided to highlight some talented women and the various roles they have in the sports industry, roles which are still very male-dominated.  CAROLINE OUELLETTE AND JULIE CHU As a once young girl playing hockey in Canada, Julie Chu and Caroline Ouellette were both huge role models ofContinue reading “International Women’s Day: Showcasing Talented Women In The Sports Industry”

Historic $24 Million US settlement reached between U.S Women’s National Team and U.S Soccer

U.S. Soccer and the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) reached an agreement to settle the equal pay lawsuit that was launched by the team in 2019. Six years after players of the USWNT sued over unequal pay between the men and women teams, they reached an agreement of $24 million US plus bonuses. The USWNTContinue reading “Historic $24 Million US settlement reached between U.S Women’s National Team and U.S Soccer”