kind of the same thing as talking about which "wood bat leagues" pro
players were involved with.
if I were from Cal. and had the chance to see and follow the Women's
teams, I would be interested, but then again I would probably already
but for most of the country there is no Women's program.
>In reality, no one cares what travel team these girls played for. Watch
>sporting event and all they talk about is collegiate and high school
>(sometimes) history. Pro football, pro basketball, World Cup Soccer,
>They talk about where the players played in college and the honors, etc.
>achieved there. No one cares about the Pop Warner team, AAU teams or
>soccer--and they don't care about ASA Softball. People move around on
>club teams too often and it's impossible to keep up. Regardless of
>learning takes place, it's only the college level that matters, in my
>and I think, in the opinion of the general public.