Bradley spent some time in the middle and played a few balls on the 16-foot-high fence. It is only 385 feet from the center, suggesting that home runs could be easily achieved. But with a partial roof over the stadium there is no risk of the wind coming into play and that could keep the […]
Month: June 2019
Can the head of a soccer ball cause a concussion?
You’ve probably seen a lot of heads during the FIFA Women’s World Cup i.e. hitting the soccer ball with the head to pass or shoot. USWNT midfielder Julie Ertz and forward Carli Lloyd both scored with heads in the 3-0 win over Chile. You may also have seen forward Alex Morgan score a goal in […]
A soccer ball can tell a story
Sharpie and The Players’ Tribune have teamed up to create a series around Uncap the Possibilities, which shows how a Sharpie empowers people to unleash their imaginations – and express how they would like the world to be. Here, Alex Morgan explains what inspired her to support UNICEF Kid Power and give back. A soccer […]