About Nutmeg Incorporated

Nutmeg Incorporated is  geared towards providing fans with the latest news and updates on the National Women’s Soccer League  and its teams as well as the United States Women’s National team.

Get the latest updates by following on Twitter:  @NutmegInc_WSoc

Lauren Green is a 2014 graduate of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., and is the managing editor of Nutmeg Inc. She is currently a sports copy editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer. Lauren has been covering women’s soccer since 2005 including the W-League’s New Jersey Wildcats and Jersey Sky Blue; Women’s Professional Soccer and the National Women’s Soccer League. She has previously contributed to The Daily Targum, covering women’s soccer and gymnastics. Follow Lauren

Tom Via graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Murray State University in December 2014 and is a sports information intern at a mid major university. For Nutmeg Inc. he provides graphics, and handles social media, along with writing and providing copy editing assistance. Along with his involvement with the website, Tom writes and provides statistics for several sports at his internship. He has covered multiple sports for other websites and publications including women’s soccer in the Ohio Valley Conference. Follow Tom

Ashley Dougherty is a 2014 graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. She describes herself as a “tortured Arsenal fan” and plans to spend the next few years of her life traveling the world as an English teacher. While abroad, she hopes to learn more about the soccer culture in each country she visits. She also plans to specifically learn more about women’s leagues across the globe and aims to continue on as a freelance women’s soccer reporter. Follow Ashley

Sean Stewart is a 2015 graduate from Rutgers University with a degree in journalism and media studies major. Sean has worked with The Daily Targum, for two years and served as the paper’s associate sports editor during the 2014-2015 school year while covering both men’s soccer and men’s basketball teams during their first seasons in the Big Ten. He has also covered several other sports, including men’s and women’s golf, volleyball and men’s lacrosse. Follow Sean

Caitlin Buckley is a student at Albert Einstein High School. She writes features, game stories and is also the co-writer of Fantasy Shots. In addition to covering women’s soccer, she plays soccer and runs track. Follow Caitlin

Daniel Samuel is a high school senior at Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton in Toronto, On., and writes features and game stories for Nutmeg Inc. Daniel is a soccer fanatic who enjoys discussing every level of soccer from the NWSL to MLS and beyond. He aspires to study journalism at university and later work as a soccer journalist covering MLS. Daniel also covers the Houston Dash for SB Nation. Follow Daniel

Edwin Gano is in his second year at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and takes photos for Nutmeg Inc. He is currently the Associate Photo Editor of The Daily Targum, which is where his passion for sports photography grew immensely. He particularly enjoys shooting soccer and track and field. He enjoys watching soccer at all levels, and would love to eventually travel to cover it at least once. Follow Edwin

Lauren Salter is a graduate of Northern Arizona University and is a contributor to Nutmeg Inc. A passionate women’s soccer fan, she started writing with Bleacher Report as the contributor for WPS’s St. Louis Athletica and the Washington Freedom in 2010. Along with being the fantasy “expert” for Nutmeg Inc, Lauren also contributes to online women’s soccer magazine Pitchside Report. In her (rare) spare time, she is a member of the U.S. Skeleton Team. Follow Lauren

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