So we are about a quarter of the way through the 2018 NWSL season. There has been some great moments, some beautiful shots, and some excellent defense. Some teams surpassed expectations, while others are exactly where the world predicted they would be. We still have the majority of the season […]
April is coming to an end, my friends. And the first full month of NWSL action has not disappointed. We had some unlikely draws, a few sparks of magic, and an excessive amount of PKs in my opinion. Yes, April was a fine month, but looking ahead to May should […]
Warning: This power ranking is not reactionary. This power ranking takes outside factors like weather and injuries into account. It has bias—yours when you read it and mine when I wrote it. Enjoy it. It will soon change.
Congratulations, women’s soccer fans! We made it! The season has officially begun and we can all breathe a sigh of relief. No longer will we have to go through NWSL withdrawals. No longer will we have to mark down the days on our calendars. No longer will we have to […]
It’s easy to forget, but 2017 started out as a pretty difficult year for the Thorns. Tobin Heath was out almost all season after an all time year for club and country in 2016. It put a wrench in their attacking plans and they stumbled around a bit lost in […]
Alright, my friends, let’s just say it how it is. This off-season has been rough for the NWSL. I think the majority of us will agree to that. We lost a team, we had some really weird coaching shakeups (looking at you, Laura Harvey), and we still have no schedule […]
A three-team trade has shuffled several players around the National Women’s Soccer League. 🚨 #NWSL Trade Alert 🚨 3⃣ teams, 2⃣ trades =@ReignFC acquire Allie Long@ThornsFC acquire rights to Caitlin Foord, 2020 draft pick@SkyBlueFC acquire Rebekah Stott, Katie Johnson Details ➡️ https://t.co/n1gRxtQ8wp pic.twitter.com/FJm0e9gh9G — NWSL (@NWSL) January 11, 2018 Sky […]
Kat Farris was at the NWSL Championship to capture it all. Check the championship photos out below. Click on photos to open slideshow.
Kat Farris hit the sidelines again as the Pride took on the Thorns in what might end up as a semi final match up.
The Portland Thorns is a team that has every advantage in the world. Their team makeup reads flawlessly. Their individual player résumés appear as though they were plagiarized, they are so good. And their coaching staff is top notch. To put it simply, the pendulum should always be swinging their […]
In this weekly series, I will be highlighting a player from the weekend who was their respective team’s unsung hero, win or lose. A player who does the dirty work, does the little but important things in a game and someone who didn’t exactly fill up the stat sheet but […]