Local Women's Soccer Teams Fill Professional League Void
In 1999, the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team defeated China in the finals of the Women's World Cup. What impact did that have on the sport? We speak with players from two local soccer teams, the S
Alison St John (Guest Host): We've been talking big league soccer, and the speculation over what David Beckham will do for the sport in the United States. But hey, what about the home town teams?
We have in studio members of not one but two women's teams that are San Diego-based and have been doing really well this season. The SeaLions have been around in some form or another under different names for almost 20 years. The Sunwaves are brand new to San Diego.
- Katie Miyake, defender for the San Diego Sunwaves.
- Carly Larson, midfielder and defender for the San Diego Sunwaves.
- Scott Dreher, director of Operations and media representative for the San Diego SeaLions.
- Lorena "LuDog" Snyder, goalkeeper for the San Diego SeaLions.