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NWSL: Sky Blue re-signs Imani Dorsey, Reign FC bring back Barnes

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.
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NWSL: Paige Monaghan re-signs with Sky Blue FC; Haley Kopymeyer waived by Orlando

Paige Monaghan is a proud "Jersey girl" and she's staying put in her home state. She inked a two-year deal with Sky Blue FC yesterday. Also, Haley Kopmeyer was waived by the Orlando Pride and Mandy Laddish announced her retirement.
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NWSL: Jodie Taylor re-signs with Reign FC, Estelle Johnson with Sky Blue

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.
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NWSL: Sophia Smith goes No. 1 and trade craziness ensues in Baltimore

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.
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NWSL Weekend: Sky Blue FC acquires McCall Zerboni, re-signs Sarah Killion

McCall Zerboni, a longtime member of the North Carolina Courage, will call Sky Blue FC home now. Also, co-captain Sarah Killion is staying in New Jersey.
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NWSL: Sky Blue, Portland make trade and swap Margaret Purce, Raquel Rodríguez

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.
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Sky Blue FC, New York Red Bulls announce partnership, joint stadium

Sky Blue FC has a new home! Red Bull Arena is no longer just the home of the New York Red Bulls, but now will host Sky Blue FC of the NWSL.
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Analysis: Explaining my votes for the NWSL End of the Year Awards

Rachael McKriger, a member of the official NWSL Media Association, shares her votes for the big five NWSL End of the Year awards at Last Word on Soccer.
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NWSL Roundup: Alex Morgan out for the rest of 2019; Dash to make history

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.
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NWSL: Megan Rapinoe makes season debut after long weather delay

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.