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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.
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.
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!
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.
Reign FC forced their way into the NWSL playoffs after battling injuries and doubts all season. Meanwhile, Chicago will join North Carolina in hosting one of the NWSL semifinals.
Craig Harrington is officially the second-ever coach for the Utah Royals FC. Also in NWSL news, the Orlando Pride used allocation money to sign Ali Riley, the New Zealand captain and defender.
Laura Harvey has officially stepped down as Utah Royals FC head coach, as first reported by The Equalizer and Dan Lauletta, for an opportunity with U.S. Soccer.
Christen Press scored a beauty of a goal against the Orlando Pride in the Utah Royals FC's second-straight victory, notching another three points.
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!
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