A member of the North American Soccer Reporters, I'm an Atlanta-based journalist who has covered everything from SEC and ACC football to MLS, the U.S. men's national soccer team and professional tennis. My work has appeared on such platforms as SB Nation, Cox Media Group and FanSided. I've been a member of the DSS staff since December 2015. Follow me on Twitter at @SHWrites.
While the announcement was thought as a formality, it’s still cause to celebrate for the city of Atlanta.
22 cities in total across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will be pared down to 16, and Atlanta is expected to make the final cut.
The committee announced its ruling on Thursday.
The always-anticipated list is out.
Atlanta fans may finally be getting their wish of seeing top-flight women’s soccer in the city.
Alex Calabrese from our sister site Hot Time In Old Town was on the last episode to chat about the Fire season thus far.
Alex Windley joined the show on Thursday night to discuss the Herons’ season thus far.