Tag: NWSL

» April 10, 2017

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the Tillamook Preseason Invitational hosted by the Portland Thorns. I will admit that I was going because, as a Houston Dash fan who […]

» April 6, 2017

After yesterday’s exciting news that a new 5-year CBA agreement had been reached, the USSF followed today with the names of those players to be allocated in the NWSL this […]

» April 5, 2017

Mittag on the move: German international Anja Mittag has announced she will be returning to Sweden’s FC Rosengard this season. The-31 year-old striker is familiar with the club, having played […]

» March 30, 2017

Nearly two months after the initial announcement, the NWSL and Lifetime have finally released the details of their TV deal.  During the 22-match regular season, Lifetime will broadcast one game a week […]

» March 29, 2017

Teams across the league released updated preseason rosters, cutting down from their 30+ player lists to just 25. Just an FYI if, like us, you find yourself counting names, a […]

» March 22, 2017

Panico to make history: Patrizia Panico is set to make history in the realm of Italian soccer. The 42-year-old former striker for the Italian Women’s National Team is the assistant […]

» March 15, 2017

Wilkinson to Sweden: After five years at the University of Tennessee, New Zealand International Hannah Wilkinson has signed her first professional contract. The 24-year-old striker is now in Sweden to […]

» March 13, 2017

Today, the preseason rosters dropped for the 5th season of the NWSL. Below are the 10 rosters, featuring over 285 players competing for 200 final roster spots. 287 players were […]

» March 8, 2017

Plush Steps Down: Jeff Plush has announced he is formally steppeing down as the National Women’s Soccer League Commissioner. Plush has been in the role since January of 2015. In his […]

» March 3, 2017

Watching players retire can be heartbreaking. As the story of women’s soccer moves forward, we begin to lose the names that have become familiar to us, the players we grew […]

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