The Mixxed Zone: Women’s soccer from Howler Magazine

Host Jen Cooper interviews players, coaches, and journalists on topics that matter in the wild world of WoSo

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h0m. Bisher sind 155 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 13 hours 41 minutes

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Monica Gonzalez's Journey + NWSL Draft Thoughts


Three chats for the first episode of 2019 -- Travis Clark from TopDrawerSoccer.com shares his top players for the 2019 NWSL College Draft, new Houston Dash assistant coach Monica Gonzalez talks about her journey from the field to the broadcast booth and then back to the sidelines, and then former USWNT/NWSL goalkeeper Jillian Loyden discusses the tough transition from college to the pros.


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 2019-01-09  1h36m
 
 

From Player to Coach to Afghanistan and Beyond


Jen chats with former Div1 player/Marine/Houston Dash reserve keeper Haley Carter about her 3-year journey helping the Afghanistan women's national team get proper support and more competitive experience, and how that experience led her to run for a position on the United Soccer Coaches board of directors.


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 2018-12-20  46m
 
 

Football is Football


Jen sits down with new Houston Dash head coach James Clarkson to discuss how he was drawn to women's soccer, his longtime coaching roots in Texas and his plans for the club in 2019.


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 2018-12-12  33m
 
 

Final Four & Top 100


Jen chats with Equalizer Soccer contributor Jennifer Gordon about the recent NCAA Div1 Women's College Cup and some of the secrets to Florida State's successful title run. Then Jen talks to Rich Laverty of The Offside Rule podcast based in the UK, who is one of the founders of the "Top 100 Female Footballers" annual list, released in conjunction with Guardian Sport.


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 2018-12-05  1h7m
 
 

The Younger Side of WoSo


Jen discusses the upcoming NCAA Div1 Women's College Cup (aka Final Four) and the U17 Women's World Cup with guests Mark Shawhan, contributor to SoccerWire.com and SBNation, and Sandra Herrera of Hot Time in Old Time (Chicago).


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 2018-11-29  1h19m
 
 

First Caps, Last Games


Jen chats with Equalizer Soccer's Claire Watkins about the USWNT's final two matches of 2018, and the first caps those games featured (as well as one  overdue cap that didn't happened). The two also talk about the recent first round of the NCAA Div1 women's tourney.


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 2018-11-16  45m
 
 

Calling College Soccer + An Aussie Update


Jen chats with NWSL & SEC broadcaster Jenn HIldreth about the challenges of calling college soccer, this year's surprising SEC tournament and the amazing Bunny Shaw of Tennessee/Jamaica. Then Jen catches up with Aussie Chris Hockman about the W-League and the Matildas.


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 2018-11-11  48m
 
 

Pathways (and Obstacles) for Women in Soccer


Jen chats with former NWSL goalkeeper and current Afghanistan WNT keeper coach Haley Carter about the challenges of being a head coach and the pathways & obstacles that currently exist for former players looking to become coaches.


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 2018-11-01  47m
 
 

Looking Ahead to 2019 Women's World Cup with Alexi Lalas & American Outlaws


The Keeper first chats with former US national teamer & current Fox soccer analyst Alexi Lalas about the recent CONCACAF Women's Championship and how the beautiful game has progressed in the States. Then Jen catches up with Dan Wiersema of American Outlaws as the group is now offering travel packages for France 2019.


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 2018-10-24  1h6m
 
 

23 Years of Broadcasting USWNT Games


Jen chats with longtime woso TV producer Shaw Brown about his 23 years following the USWNT to the Women's World Cup, qualifying games, friendlies and more.


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 2018-10-17  39m