WUSA collapse leaves void in sports

September 15, 2003
By Graham Hays
The most important sports story in Tuesday's paper won't be the outcome of the Cowboys-Giants game. It will be the story about the demise of the Women's United Soccer Association, and it probably won't be easy to find.

After three seasons of play and reported losses topping $100 million, the league suspended operations effective immediately. The shutdown comes just days before the start of preliminary-round play at Women's World Cup venues near Boston, Columbus, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, ...

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