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.
Washington Spirit head coach Richie Burke talked on a conference call about new signings, allocation money and his outlook for the Spirit in 2020.
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.
Shannon Torres gives her thoughts on who should win the NWSL End of the Season awards, including MVP, Rookie of the Year and others.
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.
The interim tag is officially off. Alyse LaHue has made good on her word to improve Sky Blue, and the ownership announced her to be the club's official general manager.
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 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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