Sophia Smith was the No. 1 pick at the NWSL College Draft today, while a slew of trades saw Mallory Pugh get sent to Sky Blue FC. Rachael Kriger has all the coverage from the NWSL Draft.
Andressinha is leaving the NWSL and the Portland Thorns for more playing time in Brazil, while Katie Stengel heads to yet another new club.
The NWSL began this week with plenty of news! Kealia Ohai is heading to Chicago, while Katie Naughton is going to H-Town. Plus, Erika Tymrak retires and the Royals sign Taylor Leach.
Alex Morgan is finished for the rest of the season, but the Houston Dash are going to make history on Oct. 5, heading out of the US to face Tigres.
Despite all of her international accolades, Megan Rapinoe has not stepped on the pitch once for Reign FC this year. However, that changed on Saturday night.
Portland broke an NWSL record, smashing it with all the fans at Providence Park. Meanwhile, the Chicago Red Stars picked up their fifth-straight win, tying a club record.
North Carolina took on a 10-person Washington Spirit team once Paige Nielsen received a red card, Chicago won their fourth straight and much more NWSL action happened this weekend!
The Chicago Red Stars went into Cheney Stadium and wrecked havoc against Reign FC, North Carolina came back with a win on the road and so much more!
The Portland Thorns FC smashed their record of highest attended game last night, on a Wednesday night. They also smashed their competition, the Houston Dash.
Attendance skyrocketed for teams throughout the NWSL, including Chicago where more than 17,000 fans showed up to watch the Red Stars and Courage.
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