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Before return to Augusta National, Rachel Kuehn reflects on growth of women’s golf
Ahead of the 2023 Augusta National Women's Amateur, Rachel Kuehn speaks with On Her Turf about her 2022 experience and the evolution of the women's game.
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Remembering History: Janet Guthrie races into motorsports history with celebrated 1977 Indy 500, NASCAR season
Aerospace-engineer-turned-driver Janet Guthrie recorded a breakout season in 1977 when she became the first woman to race in the Daytona 500 and Indy 500.
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2023 March Madness: Updated bracket, scores and schedule for NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship
The bracket for 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship is officially set and On Her Turf has all the matchups, sites and schedule for March Madness.
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Utah Royals FC announce NWSL return as new ownership addresses Utah’s abortion restrictions
As the Utah Royals FC plans its NWSL return for 2024, commissioner Jessica Berman and co-owner Ryan Smith address Utah's abortion ban and the club's future.
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2023 LPGA Drive On Championship: How to watch, who’s playing in season’s first full-field event
The LPGA returns to Arizona for the first time since 2019 for year’s first full-field event, featuring eight of the world’s Top 10 and a new 65-player cut.
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2023 March Madness: Utah Utes engineer dramatic turnaround for third-ever Sweet 16 appearance
How did Utah go from a 5-16 team in 2019-20 to heading to the Sweet 16 this year for the first time since 2005-06 and just the third time in Utes' history?
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Jade Carey, Jordan Chiles shine at Pac-12 Championships as thoughts turn to Paris 2024
Gymnasts Jade Carey and Jordan Chiles shined Saturday at the Pac-12 Championships, where they talked to On Her Turf about their plans for Paris 2024 and more.
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Remembering History: Billie Jean King ushers in new era of women’s equality with 1973 ‘The Battle of the Sexes’ victory
Billie Jean King achievements on and off the tennis court are legendary, but she may be best known for beating Bobby Riggs in 1973's "Battle of the Sexes."
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2023 March Madness: Alissa Pili revives her love of basketball with record season at Utah
Alissa Pili took a chance when she transfered from USC to Utah this season, reviving her love of basketball and powering the Utes to postseason success.
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South Carolina nabs No. 1 overall seed in NCAA women’s basketball tournament
South Carolina aims to become the 10th women’s basketball team to go undefeated for a season as it enters the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed.
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2023 March Madness: What every women’s hoops fan needs to know ahead of Selection Sunday
On Her Turf has compiled everything you need to know ahead of tournament tip-off including who's qualified and what to watch for on Selection Sunday.
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Remembering History: 1991 U.S. World Cup team signals start of three-decade USWNT dynasty
When the 1991 U.S. Women's National Team arrived home with the inaugural World Cup trophy in hand, little did they know it was the start of a dynasty.
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Ukrainian hurdler Anna Ryzhykova is using her athletic platform to spread awareness, hope as war rages on
Anna Ryzhykova thought the war in Ukraine was the end of her career. Instead, the hurdler found a new mission and message to share through her performances.
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Paralympic champion Oksana Masters shares journey from Ukrainian orphanages to Team USA, and finding love and healing
17-time Paralympic medalist Oksana Masters gets candid about her upbringing in Ukraine, her adoption, inclusivity, her Paralympic experiences and more.
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2023 Women’s March Madness Tournament: Dates, locations, schedule, TV/live stream info
The 2023 Women’s March Madness Tournament tips off on Wednesday, March 15 and concludes on Sunday, April 2 with the NCAA Championship Game at American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas. Find answers to...
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Kendall Gretsch talks Paralympic success as two-sport athlete, journey to adaptive sports
Paralympic gold medalist Kendall Gretsch shares her journey to adaptive sports and how she hopes to change people's perspective on Paralympic athletes.
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2023 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate: How to watch premier NCAA golf tournament
Check out the full schedule and how to watch information for the 2023 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate, one of the premier tournaments in women's college golf.
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2023 HSBC Women’s World Championship: How to watch, who’s playing at LPGA’s Singapore stop
The HSBC Women's World Championship celebrates 15 years this week in Singapore, where nine of the world's top 10 golfers will tee it up in "Asia's Major."
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Remembering History: Alice Coachman blazes pathway as first Black woman to win Olympic gold
Becoming a pioneer wasn’t the plan for Alice Coachman, but that’s exactly what happened in 1948 when she became the first Black woman to win Olympic gold.
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Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on representation, community work, and Black Beauty
Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, 36, is one of the fastest women in the world. The eight-time Olympic medalist and five-time 100m world champion is highly revered for her speed, world-wide success...
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USWNT breezes to 2023 SheBelieves Cup title, but World Cup roster questions linger
On Her Turf looks at what we learned, lingering World Cup roster questions and what's next for the U.S. Women's National Team after its SheBelieves Cup win.
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2022-23 Rivalry Series: Canada blanks U.S. 5-0 to complete hockey series comeback
LAVAL, Quebec (AP) — Blayre Turnbull scored twice in a 32-second span midway through the second period and Canada overcame a three-game deficit to win the Rivalry Series, beating the United States 5-0 in...
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USWNT secures fourth straight SheBelieves Cup title with 2-1 win over Brazil
Alex Morgan and Mallory Swanson scored and the United States defeated Brazil 2-1 on Wednesday night to win the SheBelieves Cup for the fourth straight year.
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2022-23 Rivalry Series: Canada notches 5-1 win over U.S. to tie series, Marie-Philip Poulin reaches career milestone
The Rivalry Series is tied at 3-3 after Canada notched a 5-1 win over Team USA on Monday in Quebec, where Marie-Philip Poulin reached a scoring milestone.
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2022-23 Rivalry Series: Canada sets up winner-takes-all Game 7 vs. USA
If you like a “Game 7,” then you’re in for a treat when the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team faces off vs. Canada in the finale of the 2022-23 Rivalry Series.
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2023 Honda LPGA Thailand: How to watch, who’s playing as tour kicks off Asian swing
The LPGA Tour returns to action with several top players – including world No. 1 Lydia Ko -- set to make their season debut at the 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand.
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1998 U.S. Women’s Hockey Team celebrates 25th anniversary of historic first Olympic gold medal
Ahead of the Team USA's 173rd meeting vs. Canada in international ice hockey competition, On Her Turf looks back at the Olympics that changed history.
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2023 SheBelieves Cup: Breaking down the USWNT roster, Megan Rapinoe’s potential milestone, who’s playing … and who isn’t
USWNT veterans Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Becky Sauerbrunn headline the 2023 SheBelieves Cup roster, while "time is running out" for two U.S. stars.
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2023 SheBelieves Cup: How to watch, who’s playing and top storylines as USWNT aims for fourth straight title
The USWNT takes aim at a fourth straight title at the 2023 SheBelieves Cup, where Brazil, Canada and Japan join in the international four-team tournament.
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Diana Flores looks to break down gender barriers with turn as AFC offensive coordinator in 2023 Pro Bowl
Diana Flores, quarterback for Mexico's national flag football team, aims to break gender barriers as AFC offensive coordinator for the NFL's Pro Bowl Games.
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Flag football star Vanita Krouch ‘living the dream’ ahead of NFL Pro Bowl debut as NFC coordinator
USA flag football QB Vanita Krouch says she's living the dream as a defensive coordinator for the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl, featuring the first-ever flag showcase.
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Protect the dream: Paralympic champion Mallory Weggemann on her journey to motherhood
In her own words, five-time Paralympic medalist Mallory Weggemann shares her experience balancing elite competition with her plans for parenthood.
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U.S. freeskier Maggie Voisin Q+A: Two-time Olympian gets candid about grief, loss and finding motivation on the mountain
U.S. freeskier Maggie Voisin gets candid about grief and loss, lessons learned and perspective found at the Beijing Olympics.
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Slopestyle gold medalist Zoi Sadowski-Synnott charges into X Games with big new trick and World Cup momentum
New Zealand snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott is bringing a big new trick and the momentum of a World Cup win into her title defense at X Games.
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Q+A with Barbara Ann Cochran: 1972 Olympic gold medalist talks Mikaela Shiffrin, her role in history and the rise of U.S. women skiers
In the wake of Mikaela Shiffrin's 84th World Cup victory, 1972 Olympic gold medalist Barbara Ann Cochran reflects on the historic accomplishment and more.
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Q+A: Paula Moltzan talks first World Cup podium, being Mikaela Shiffrin’s teammate and unconventional path to the U.S. Ski Team
U.S. ski racer Paula Moltzan talks about her breakthrough season, what it's like to be Mikaela Shiffrin’s teammate and her unconventional career path.
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2023 Tournament of Champions: How to watch, who’s playing in the LPGA’s season opener
The LPGA kicks off its 74th season this week in Florida, where world No. 16 Danielle Kang looks to defend her title at the 2023 Tournament of Champions.
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How to Watch the USWNT on Telemundo and Peacock: TV/live stream info, start time, for USWNT vs New Zealand
The U.S. Women’s National team faces New Zealand, the co-host nation of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, in a two-game series tonight and this Friday, January 20 in Spanish on Universo and Peacock....
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WNBA great Maya Moore retires from basketball officially
Maya Moore has officially decided to retire from playing basketball.
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2023 wish list: Top women’s sports storylines to follow in the new year
From the return of Brittney Griner to the FIFA Women’s World Cup to several GOAT watches, 2023 is chock full of storylines we can’t wait to see play out.
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2022 Rivalry Series: Canada extends series vs. USA with OT win in Game 5
Danielle Serdachny scored with 2:44 left in overtime to lift Canada past the USA in Game 5 of the 2022-23 Rivalry Series on Monday night in Los Angeles.
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2023 Women’s World Cup: Storylines to watch as USWNT prepares to take aim at historic three-peat
The U.S. Women’s National Team takes center stage in just seven short months, as they look to defend their 2019 title at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
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Emily Sweeney, Brittney Arndt notch podium finishes for Team USA at luge World Cup
Emily Sweeney notched her third luge podium this season, while Brittney Arndt earned the first-ever World Cup podium of her career Saturday in Park City.
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Summer Britcher, Emily Sweeney find silver lining after narrowly missing podium in women’s doubles luge World Cup
Team USA's Summer Britcher and Emily Sweeney found the silver lining after finishing fourth in women's doubles luge World Cup for the third straight week.
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Justine Wong-Orantes, Kelsey Robinson Cook sign on as League One Volleyball moves toward pro league launch
Kelsey Robinson Cook and Justine Wong-Orantes take the next step in making their dream of playing professional volleyball in the U.S. a reality with LOVB.
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Brittney Griner says she’ll play basketball again
Brittney Griner said she's "grateful" to be back in the United States and plans on playing basketball again next season for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury. Her comments came a week after she was released from a...
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2022 Rivalry Series: Canada keeps series dreams alive with 3-2 win over USA
Sarah Nurse scored the go-ahead goal with less than five minutes remaining to secure Team Canada’s first win of the 2022-23 Rivalry Series, beating USA 3-2.
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Summer Britcher, Emily Sweeney pushing for podiums and equality in women’s doubles luge
Summer Britcher and Emily Sweeney are combining talents for women's doubles luge ahead of its Olympic debut, but their goal is more equity in the sport.
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Hallie Clarke taking rookie skeleton season by storm after switch to Team USA
Eighteen-year-old skeleton racer Hallie Clarke is taking her first World Cup season by storm after making the switch from Team Canada to Team USA.
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Billie Moore, 1st US women’s Olympic basketball coach, dies
LOS ANGELES — Billie Moore, who coached the first U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team to a silver medal at the Montreal Games in 1976, has died. She was 79. UCLA, where Moore was the women’s head coach...
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The Sisterhood

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Episode 1: The Journey

With three weeks until UCA Cheerleading Nationals, the women of Seward Park Cheerleading on New York’s Lower East Side have to not only get their routine together in time but raise the money needed to get there.

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Episode 2: The Destination

The clock is running out on Seward Park’s prep time before UCA Nationals. With one week to go, the team gears up for their last tune up meet - only to have almost everything fall apart.

Hockey is for Her

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Engel-Natzke showing the way for women in hockey

From club hockey to the University of Wisconsin to the AHL's Hershey Bears, Emily Engel-Natzke has been blazing a trail and helping to show girls and women everywhere that hockey is for everyone.

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NHL, Isles fostering growth for women in hockey

Alexis Moed gives an inside look at her role as founder and president of the Islanders Girls Elite Hockey Program and talks about how the NHL Female Coaches Association Program is supporting women in the league.

LeadHER

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Diggins uses platform to combat climate change

American cross-country skier Jessie Diggins explains how her love for outdoor sports created her passion for fighting to protect our planet.

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Coyne Schofield pursuing gender equity in hockey

Kendall Coyne Schofield is out to prove that women deserve a place in the sport of hockey all the way up to the professional level.

On the Tee

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Lewis excited for future of golf, women in sports

Mom, golfer and advocate Stacy Lewis spoke with Troy Mullins at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship about her daughter Chesnee and the future of golf.

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Mariah Stackhouse inspiring on the golf course

Ahead of the KPMGGolf Women’s PGA Championships, LPGA golfer Mariah Stackhouse talks about being able to use her platform to help encourage diversity in golf.