When the National Women's Soccer League was devising plans for a summer tournament later this month in Utah, it reached out to the players in the league who are moms. There are just a handful of mothers who play professionally in the NWSL. But when the league asks players to travel to Utah and be sequestered for more than a month, moms’ voices are important. And especially in the midst of a global pandemic. The moms made sure that caretakers for their kids would be allowed to come along and stay with them in a complex of hotels and dormitories.