College Women's Soccer Final Four Moved To San JoseThe women's college soccer Final Four was moved from North Carolina to San Jose Friday in response to a state law that curbed anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Top 5 San Francisco Bars To Watch The Women's World CupWatching the Women's World Cup is always more fun when surrounded by other passionate fans. Join in the party with other avid soccer fans in cheering on team USA at one of these San Francisco bars.
Stanford Women Beat Duke To Win NCAA Soccer TitleTeresa Noyola scored from point-blank range Sunday and the top-ranked Cardinal beat No. 3 Duke 1-0 for their first NCAA women's soccer title.
Stanford To Face Duke In Women’s Soccer FinalChioma Ubogagu scored on a fast break and also had an assist Friday to lead the top-ranked Cardinal to a 3-0 win over Florida State in the NCAA women’s semifinals.
Ex-Bay Area Pro Wins FIFA Women's Award - AgainThe 24-year-old Brazilian forward Marta dominated voting after a stellar season with the Women's Professional Soccer League champion FC Gold Pride, based in Santa Clara, which folded in November.
Stanford, Notre Dame Ready For Women's College Cup Final
Stanford To Face Notre Dame In Women's College Cup Soccer FinalCamille Levin scored in the 48th minute and Stanford beat Boston College 2-0 to advance to the NCAA Women's College Cup final in soccer.
Cal's Alex Morgan, U.S. Women Headed To World Cup
Cal's Morgan Gives USA Women's Soccer Team Advantage Cal's Alex Morgan, coming in as a second-half substitute, moved the United States a step closer to the women's soccer World Cup by scoring a last-gasp goal for a 1-0 victory over Italy.
Women's Soccer League Champs FC Gold Pride DisbandsThe defending champion FC Gold Pride of Women’s Professional Soccer have folded after two years of operation.

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