First Call the Game

Aly Wagner ’02 makes headlines as the first woman to call a men’s World Cup Match on U.S. television.

It seems everyone was talking about Aly Wagner ’02 this summer. Vogue, USA Today, and an endless array of soccer blogs were all taken with Wagner’s performance as the first woman to call a men’s World Cup match on U.S. television. With her on-air partner, Derek Rae, Wagner’s work earned plaudits for adding nuance to the airwaves. Iran’s 1–0 win over Morocco on FOX Sports provided the backdrop for Wagner’s historic first call. She’s not new to setting records: Wagner scored SCU’s winning goal in the 2001 NCAA championship over North Carolina and played in more than 130 games for the U.S. national team.

A Bilingual Storyteller

Producer Griselda Ramirez ’08 shares her experience producing Rihanna’s NFL halftime show interview and how studying Spanish at SCU impacted her career.

How to Dress to Save the World

Innovation analyst Jyotsna Gopinath ’19 discusses small steps to addressing a big fashion problem.

Keeping Current

Alexis Loera ’21, M.S. ’21 signed a new three-year contract with the Kansas City Current getting her one step closer to the U.S. Women’s National Team.

What Goes Round

Dennis Awtrey ’70 recalls his career as a pro basketball player.