Executive board member of the Girls Academy and chair of the United Soccer Coaches women’s group Haley Carter discusses the sea change in the NWSL this year, the coaching pipeline, her role in helping Afghanistan women’s national team players escape the Taliban, and more. Carter is a former goalkeeper for the Houston Dash and served nearly eight years in the Marines.
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