The Washington Spirit youth keeps getting better, Naho Kawasumi returned to Washington and so much more happened this past NWSL weekend!
Memorial Day Weekend saw plenty of NWSL action including another Washington Spirit upset, the Reign defeating North Carolina for the first time in club history and much more!
North Carolina has hopped over Reign FC for the top spot in the NWSL. However, all teams can celebrate the rise of attendance across the board.
The Portland Thorns kicked off a six-game road trip with a 2-0 victory down south against the Orlando Pride. Caitlin Foord and Tobin Heaeth had connection.
Four matches, four wild rides! Check out our grouped recap from Week 2 of NWSL action. There were even eight goals between the Chicago Red Stars and Portland Thorns!
The Orlando Pride made a splash with their own NWSL offseason news, trading for Emily Sonnett and the rights to Caitlin Foord. Meanwhile, the Portland Thorns get the No. 1 pick in next week's NWSL College Draft.
Sky Blue FC jumped into the trading frenzy on Wednesday by sending Raquel Rodríguez to Portland, while the Thorns sent Margaret Purce to New Jersey, along with a 2021 NWSL College Draft pick.
Andressinha is leaving the NWSL and the Portland Thorns for more playing time in Brazil, while Katie Stengel heads to yet another new club.
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.
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!
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