1 hr 25 min

45-Jordan Angeli-on how she overcame 3 acl tears and scored an unforgettable “World Cup” goal The Arrow Living Female Athlete Podcast

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In today’s conversation, I interview former professional soccer player, broadcaster for the Major League Soccer and the National Women’s Soccer League, and ACL Club founder, Jordan Angeli.
Jordan tore her ACL twice while at Santa Clara. She recovered and entered the professional level in her best form, earning herself multiple  US National team call-ups. During her first game of the second season with the Boston Breakers, Jordan tore her ACL for the third time.
Somewhat unexpectedly, and three years later, Jordan opted to make another comeback playing with the Washington Spirit and  Western New York Flash. In 2015, she opted to walk away from the game on her own terms.
Jordan is now pursuing her passion on the other side of the lines, as a broadcaster. She also runs the ACL Club, a club that provides support and resources for athletes recovering from  ACL tears. I highly recommend checking out her website and her podcast Show Your Scars, where she interviews professional athlete about their own acl stories.
In our conversation Jordan talks about:
-why she proudly trained with a U11 girls team during her comeback form her 3rd ACL tear
-the goal she envisioned scoring in the World Cup with her fellow Colorado Rush  Lindsey Horan, and how it came true in a different fashion
-what it was like being a 6 year senior at Santa Clara
-tools she used to help her manage her emotions while coming back from injury
-the hike that spurred her decision to walk away from playing professional soccer
-her go-to hairstyle for broadcasting
And more.
Enjoy my conversation with the passionate, connection-seeking Jordan Angeli
Shownotes
 
Resources
Follow Jordan Angeli and The ACL Club:
theACLclub.com
Show Your Scars Podcast 
On Instagram:
@jordangeli 
@theaclclub
On twitter:
@jordangeli
 
Click HERE to become a part of Friday Feelz
Click HERE for a list of the 10 books I believe ever female athlete MUST read.
Click HERE  to be the first to know when a new podcast or article drops, and receive other exclusive content

In today’s conversation, I interview former professional soccer player, broadcaster for the Major League Soccer and the National Women’s Soccer League, and ACL Club founder, Jordan Angeli.
Jordan tore her ACL twice while at Santa Clara. She recovered and entered the professional level in her best form, earning herself multiple  US National team call-ups. During her first game of the second season with the Boston Breakers, Jordan tore her ACL for the third time.
Somewhat unexpectedly, and three years later, Jordan opted to make another comeback playing with the Washington Spirit and  Western New York Flash. In 2015, she opted to walk away from the game on her own terms.
Jordan is now pursuing her passion on the other side of the lines, as a broadcaster. She also runs the ACL Club, a club that provides support and resources for athletes recovering from  ACL tears. I highly recommend checking out her website and her podcast Show Your Scars, where she interviews professional athlete about their own acl stories.
In our conversation Jordan talks about:
-why she proudly trained with a U11 girls team during her comeback form her 3rd ACL tear
-the goal she envisioned scoring in the World Cup with her fellow Colorado Rush  Lindsey Horan, and how it came true in a different fashion
-what it was like being a 6 year senior at Santa Clara
-tools she used to help her manage her emotions while coming back from injury
-the hike that spurred her decision to walk away from playing professional soccer
-her go-to hairstyle for broadcasting
And more.
Enjoy my conversation with the passionate, connection-seeking Jordan Angeli
Shownotes
 
Resources
Follow Jordan Angeli and The ACL Club:
theACLclub.com
Show Your Scars Podcast 
On Instagram:
@jordangeli 
@theaclclub
On twitter:
@jordangeli
 
Click HERE to become a part of Friday Feelz
Click HERE for a list of the 10 books I believe ever female athlete MUST read.
Click HERE  to be the first to know when a new podcast or article drops, and receive other exclusive content

1 hr 25 min