Author: Monica Esenwein

» September 19, 2016

Megan Rapinoe took a knee for the third time in four games on Sunday night. This time it wasn’t in an NWSL game in her Seattle Reign FC jersey, but an international […]

» September 11, 2016

Going to training and being able to speak with the players afterward is something that I value and appreciate greatly. It’s not every day that you get to have a […]

» September 8, 2016

Editor’s note: This interview was conducted on 8/31.  When living in the DC, Maryland, Virginia area – the DMV as we call it – it’s hard to talk about soccer […]

» September 7, 2016

My great-uncle died during the Korean War. He was carrying bodies of the dead and wounded across a river and his boat was ambushed. His remains have never been found. […]

» June 19, 2016

Christine Nairn, an Annapolis, Maryland, native, is no stranger to the Maryland SoccerPlex – the place she calls home on Saturday evenings. She not only grew up watching her brothers […]

» May 27, 2016

Before the Spirit’s trip to Portland, I had the chance to catch up with their all-time leading scorer, Diana Matheson. Backline Soccer (BS): With being here all 4 years, how […]

» May 19, 2016

For those of you that are new to women’s soccer, Ali Krieger is one of- if not the- best right backs in the world.For those of you that are new […]

» May 5, 2016

The Washington Spirit are sitting atop the NWSL standings, having taken 9 out of 9 possible points from their matches with a 3-0 record. Leading up to the Portland game […]

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