April 03, 2021
The National Women's Soccer League released its Policy on Transgender Athletes on March 31, 2021 -- on Trans Day of Visibility. This choice, and the policy itself, highlight both the problem with "visibility" for its own sake and trans inclusion policies as currently envisioned by
March 28, 2021
The NWHL's Boston Pride captured their second Isobel Cup championship over the Minnesota Whitecaps with a 4-3 victory on Saturday evening.
March 27, 2021
For the second consecutive year, the NWHL's Isobel Cup Final will feature the Boston Pride and the Minnesota Whitecaps. The two teams won their respective semifinal games on Friday night, setting up for a championship "rematch" of the 2020 Isobel Cup Final that never happened.
March 25, 2021
Fifty-three days after the NWHL had to shutter its season in Lake Placid due to a COVID-19 outbreak, four of the league's teams will attempt to complete the Isobel Cup semifinals and final this weekend in Brighton, Massachusetts.
March 23, 2021
Led by president Miles Arnone, a predominantly US-based group is working to launch a National Women's Hockey League expansion team in Montreal. An official announcement from the league is expected to come shortly. Arnone, managing partner of Cannon Capital, also leads the ownership group of
March 23, 2021
As 2020's Black Lives Matter protests brought greater and wider attention to matters of systemic racism and injustice around the globe, cultural institutions reflected more broadly on their policies and practices around race, diversity, and inclusion. Athletes and sports organizations were often at the forefront