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I started covering the Sounders in 2010 after a decade-long career working in newspapers as a beat writer, columnist and editor. I started co-managing Sounder at Heart shortly thereafter, helping oversee some of our biggest growth period. From 2012-2014 I was the Sounders beat writer for I left that position to join SB Nation full time, first as the manager of our MLS blogs and then to oversee all of our soccer blogs. The one constant has been my connection to the community on Sounder at Heart. This is where I rediscovered my love for writing and where I feel most comfortable sharing my views, which I never try to hide my rooting interests. I strongly believe that all writers have biases and that honesty is more important than pretending to be neutral. In addition to my regular columns and blog posts on Sounder at Heart, you can also listen to me talk Sounders on the podcast Nos Audietis.

Sounders, Reign speak out against Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Megan Rapinoe, Stefan Frei and Brian Schmetzer all voice unqualified support for a woman’s right to choose.

Sounders expect Sporting KC to come out ‘fighting’

The two teams have gone in mostly opposite directions since Tim Melia’s WWE-inspired takedown of Cristian Roldan.

Sounders acquire $175k in allocation money from Atlanta United

Sounders send one of four open international roster spots.

Fun to watch, but not much learned

Sounders showed they can hang with the league’s best, but we kinda already knew that.

Successful World Cup bid belongs to entire Seattle soccer community

Our soccer culture likely pushed us across the finish line.

Seattle chosen as a World Cup 2026 host city

There will be a public celebration today from 5-8 PM at Pier 62.

Raúl Ruidíaz will miss at least two games with hamstring injury

Peruvian striker had just been heating up.

Will the 2026 World Cup be played in Seattle?

Everything you need to know about Seattle’s bid ahead of the June 16 announcement.

Sounders seem to be hitting their stride at just right time

The Sounders showed they can win even without most of their first-choice players.

Jordan Morris scores dramatic equalizer for USMNT

It was Morris’ first international goal since 2019.