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FOX Sports 1?s coverage of Japan against England in the Women’s World Cup semi-final was viewed by 2.3 million people, and was the most-watched cable television program on Wednesday in the United States. For a semi-final to be viewed by … Continue reading ?
Largely lost in the glare of publicity over last week's two big landmark decisions--and some others like the congressional redistricting case that got a lot of attention--was an Eight Amendment...
An eighth Illinois women's basketball player has asked to join a lawsuit against the university, alleging mistreatment.
New York, NY (CFAM/LifeNews) — A UK-based advocacy group received high-level news coverage this week with a survey claiming that “women’s rights defenders” are facing increasing threats in their efforts to end violence against women and girls. However, the only evidence they provided was a poll of only 47 unnamed activists, with highly subjective questions. […]
Teen Vogue's latest cover subjects are slated to be the new faces of fashion. The August issue makes a statement against the predominance of white models in the fashion industry by featuring three young black women: Aya Jones, Lineisy Montero, and Imaan Hammam. Show More Summary
Several former Illinois women’s basketball players are filing a suit against the school for racial discrimination and a breach of their civil rights by coordinating segregated practices and maintaining different disciplinary standards for black and white players. Head coach Matt Bollant and a former assistant are specifically named in the suit. The players are seeking […]
It’s the play everyone’s talking about around the globe, England’s Laura Bassett kicking the ball into her own net that put Japan into the Women’s World Cup Final against the United States. It was devastating to say the least and noShow More Summary
England defender Laura Bassett lived a nightmare in the Women’s World Cup semifinal against Japan when she scored an own goal with seconds left.
Laura Bassett scored into her own net in stoppage time in the second half, giving Japan a victory and a berth in the final against the United States.
The 2015 Women's World Cup final is set after a shocking own goal from England sent Japan to a rematch of the 2011 final against the United States. An own goal from Laura Bassett in the 92nd minute is the latest goal scored in a World...Show More Summary
The English have a history of heartbreaking losses at the World Cup, but it's hard to imagine a more devastating way to lose than England managed against Japan in Wednesday's semifinal match. With the score knotted at 1-1 in the 92nd minute, Japan rushed forward on the counter and sent a low cross into the box. Show More Summary
England go out of the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada after losing their semi-final 2-1 against Japan, with defender Laura Bassett scoring a dramatic own goal in injury time.
England level against Japan through Fara Williams's penalty after Toni Duggan was fouled in the box in their 2015 Women's World Cup semi-final in Edmonton.
Japan took a first-half lead in the Women's World Cup semi-final against England, as Aya Miyama converted from the penalty spot. Saori Ariyoshi won the spot-kick for Japan as she was clearly fouled, but replays indicated that the foul took place outside of the penalty area. Follow England vs. Japan live here. [Twitter] Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Captain Aya Miyama scores from the penalty spot after Claire Rafferty fouled Saori Ariyoshi to put Japan 1-0 up against England in their 2015 Women's World Cup semi-final in Edmonton.
United States fans are eagerly awaiting their World Cup final opponent. Will they get a rematch with Japan, or a first time big match against underdogs England? Japan was supposed to get this far in the Women's World Cup. They facedShow More Summary
Will the clock strike twelve for England’s Cinderella run or will they prevail against Japan’s experience?
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In the 2011 Women's World Cup, after Abby Wambach's header in the final moments of extra time sent the United States' quarterfinal match against Brazil into penalty kicks, the word "destiny" was frequently tossed around. The U.S. went...Show More Summary