What does it take to succeed at higher levels? How important is mental training to your game? How often do you practice it? In this podcast, Fred Lange, founder of Deliberate Performance, leads our discussion about mental development in women’s soccer from youth to pros.
USA’s Star Delivers Masterclass in the Art of Goalkeeping ~ By Eamon Scott, from Evening Herald USA WOMEN’s World Cup winning goalkeeper Tracy Ducar paid a visit to Dublin over the weekend where she hosted a two-day workshop at the Oscar Traynor Coaching and Decelopment Centre. Female goalkeepers from all… read more →
North Andover Star Shines in Title Game ~ By John McLaughlin For most athletes, winning the league title in high school is as good as it gets. For North Andover’s Tracy Noonan, it’s gotten better. Much better. Noonan, the 1990 Eagle-Tribune Player of the Year, backboned the University of North… read more →
~ By Steve Kirschner, from Glaxo Wellcome Honors Tracy Noonan knows what it is like to have time on her hands. More importantly she knows it is crucial to make the most of every opportunity which comes her way. As the last line of defense on Carolina’s nine-time defending national… read more →
Noonan’s Work as UNC’s Goalkeeper is Judged by Quality – Not Quantity ~ By Tim Nash, from ACCWeek CHAPEL HILL—On the surface, playing in goal for the women’s soccer team at North Carolina appears to be just slightly more exciting than sitting on the bench. Tar Heel goalkeeper traditionally has… read more →