Category Archives: Women’s Professional Soccer

Morgan recovering, but still no clear timetable on full recovery

U.S. Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan is making strides in her recovery from an ankle injury, but the timetable of a full recovery is still somewhat unclear. Continue reading »

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NWSL 2014 schedule set, takes a more balanced approach

The National Women’s Soccer League schedule was released for 2014 with an eye toward balance. Check out the entire NWSL schedule here. Continue reading »

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USWNT’s Rapinoe ends Lyon contract early to spend full season with Reign

The U.S. National Team’s Megan Rapinoe has ended her contract in France early to play for Seattle Reign FC in the NWSL. Continue reading »

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Dunn selected first on frantic NWSL college draft day

Photo by ISIPhotos.com By CAITLIN MURRAY The clubs holding the top picks in the National Women’s Soccer League college draft on Friday had few surprises in store, with the picks skewing heavily toward the U.S. National Women’s Team and, when … Continue reading »

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NWSL Ticker: Portland nabs top player Angerer; LeBlanc heads to Chicago; and more

By CAITLIN MURRAY The National Women’s Soccer League is now home to the two best female soccer players on the planet. German National Team goalkeeper Nadine Angerer announced Monday she will play for the Portland Thorns this coming season – … Continue reading »

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NWSL: Dash take just one USWNT player in surprising expansion draft

Photo by ISIPhotos.com By CAITLIN MURRAY Well, that certainly wasn’t in anyone’s mock draft. In Friday’s National Women’s Soccer League expansion draft, the Houston Dash could’ve selected two players from the U.S. Women’s National Team roster but opted for just … Continue reading »

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