Thursday, September 11, 2008

Blogspotting - One For The Ladies

Today’s blogspotting episode is dedicated to my “fellow” female sports bloggers:

And One gets historic with the Cleveland White Horses

Women’s Sports Blog has Paralympic medal counts and a look at feelings

Girls Dig Sports wants to know what will happen in the AFC East now that Tom Brady is gone

Lady D Sports gives you the reasons to love the SEC

Chicks in the Huddle are upset that Marvelous Marques is out for a few weeks

…Because I Played Sports tells us about young athlete who was kicked off of a football team because she’s a girl

Real Women Golf talks about her experiences with the guys on the course that seem to be hiding or something like that

Pretty Tough covers some Southern Hemisphere snowboarding news

For Girls Who Can’t Do Football is getting more famous by the day

A Futebol Fan has signed off and will be missed

Italian Soccer Serie A has the latest on World Cup Qualifiers

The Golf Girl has another risqué post that involves golf

The Golf Chick shares a touching moment

Sarah talks about the whole LPGA language debacle on BlogHer

Women’s Football Talk keeps up with all leagues of women’s football like no one else can


Lindsay said...

Cool, I like that you dedicated a post to just female sports bloggers. There are a lot and that's good! I liked the post on male athletes have feelings too.

Apryl DeLancey said...

I was excited to find so many also. More join the wave every month it seems.

Megan H said...

Thanks for the shout out! Check out today's post on the 6 foot 1 14-year-old girl who got kicked off her mixed-gendered basketball team because she was a girl (who was scoring too many points)

Apryl DeLancey said...

Thanks for stopping by, I wrote about Jamie a while back too! I'm glad her story is being covered still!

Megan H said...

The reason I wrote on it is because it was covered in this past Thursday's edition of NY Times Play magazine:

Apryl DeLancey said...

Awesome! I'm so glad more people are hearing about her!