Traci Snedden, Opinion contributor Published 11:36 a.m. ET June 28, 2019


Female soccer players suffer more, worse concussions than their male counterparts. So why aren’t we talking about it more?

After estimated to be travelling at 60 miles per hour in the last minute of a tie match in April of 2013, , of the Western New York Flash, “collapsed lifelessly and rolled into the fetal position.” She grabbed her head and remained on the ground for 31 seconds. “Wambach stood, took two off-balance steps, and play resumed,” Slate reported. She played several extra minutes and headed the ball once more on the final play of the game. When the whistle blew, she fell to her knees. “Wambach

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