The National Women’s Soccer League, the third try at an American women’s professional league, opened its first season last weekend with nearly 20 former Bay Area college standouts on league rosters… but no California team.
As Twitter’s prominence has grown, some pro athletes have gotten into trouble for the words they send into cyberspace. But the San Jose Earthquakes encourage their players to use social media, and so far, it’s been a big success.
A Bay Area developer is searching for a location for a year-round ski park that uses a turf-like surface to mimic powdery conditions. Many area skiers and snowboarders who are sick of driving three hours to Tahoe are anxious to see it get built.