Imani Dorsey is staying in New Jersey and Lauren Barnes is entering her eighth year with Reign FC, as the two players agreed to one-year contracts for the upcoming NWSL season.
Reign FC made news on Monday with Beverly Yanez announcing her retirement from professional soccer and re-signing Wales midfielder Jess Fishlock.
The NWSL opened up another offseason week with a big trade, sending four players to new locations, including Sofia Huerta and Megan Oyster.
Jodie Taylor and Estelle Johnson are two veteran players that have each re-signed with their respective clubs before the 2020 season. See what else happened in the NWSL this week.
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.
The OL Groupe made themselves official majority owners of Reign FC, while the Washington Spirit made three signings. Also, some more news around the NWSL.
Reign FC is on the road to having a new majority owner. OL Groupe, that operates Olympique Lyonnais in France, is buying Reign FC from Bill and Teresa Predmore.
After weeks of speculation and rumors swirling around, Vlatko Andonovski has officially been hired as the U.S. Women's National Team head coach, succeeding Jill Ellis.
Shannon Torres gives her thoughts on who should win the NWSL End of the Season awards, including MVP, Rookie of the Year and others.
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