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Francesca Ordega fires off the shot that would lift the Washington Spirit over the Portland Thorns. (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer) Francesca Ordega fires off the shot that would lift the Washington Spirit over the Portland Thorns. (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer)

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Three Things: Washington Spirit vs Portland Thorns

Francisca Ordega’s first-half strike proved to be the difference in a 1-0 victory for the Spirit. Washington are now riding a three-game...

Seattle, Washington - Saturday, July 2nd, 2016: Seattle Reign FC forward Nahomi Kawasumi (36) during a regular season National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) match between the Seattle Reign FC and the Boston Breakers at Memorial Stadium. Seattle won 2-0. (ISI Photo)

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Seattle, Kansas City end home-and-home series with 1-1 draw

For the second time in a week, the Seattle Reign FC (3-2-5, 14 points) and FC Kansas City (3-3-4, 13 points) battled...

Francisca Ordega's 19th minute goal was the only one of the night (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer)

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Spirit 1-0 Thorns: Ordega goal rules the day

Francisca Ordega’s 19th minute goal stood up for a 1-0 win for the Spirit over the Thorns in front of the largest...

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Jill Ellis exits the field after England defeated the U.S. 1-0 at Red Bull Arena. (MEG LINEHAN/Equalizer Soccer) Jill Ellis exits the field after England defeated the U.S. 1-0 at Red Bull Arena. (MEG LINEHAN/Equalizer Soccer)

Friday Roundup: USWNT regain No.1 position in FIFA World rankings

Also in today’s roundup, FC Barcelona signs Macedonia international Natasa Andonova, UEFA Women’s Champions...

Alex Morgan has officially been added to the Orlando Pride roster. (photo by Mark Thor, courtesy of Orlando Pride) Alex Morgan has officially been added to the Orlando Pride roster. (photo by Mark Thor, courtesy of Orlando Pride)

Wednesday Roundup: Alex Morgan officially added to Pride roster

Also in today’s roundup, Raquel Rodriguez’s goal breaks NWSL record, Breakers sign Libby Stout,...

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WoSo world remembers Tony DiCicco

Tuesday we learned of Tony DiCicco’s passing. Immediately, tributes began to pour in from...

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Tony DiCicco, coach of ’99 WWC champs, passes away

Tony DiCicco, coach of the 1999 Women’s World Cup championship team credited with lifting...

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Francesca Ordega fires off the shot that would lift the Washington Spirit over the Portland Thorns. (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer) Francesca Ordega fires off the shot that would lift the Washington Spirit over the Portland Thorns. (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer)

Three Things: Washington Spirit vs Portland Thorns

Francisca Ordega’s first-half strike proved to be the difference in a 1-0 victory for...

Seattle, Washington - Saturday, July 2nd, 2016: Seattle Reign FC forward Nahomi Kawasumi (36) during a regular season National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) match between the Seattle Reign FC and the Boston Breakers at Memorial Stadium. Seattle won 2-0. (ISI Photo) Seattle, Washington - Saturday, July 2nd, 2016: Seattle Reign FC forward Nahomi Kawasumi (36) during a regular season National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) match between the Seattle Reign FC and the Boston Breakers at Memorial Stadium. Seattle won 2-0. (ISI Photo)

Seattle, Kansas City end home-and-home series with 1-1 draw

For the second time in a week, the Seattle Reign FC (3-2-5, 14 points)...

Francisca Ordega's 19th minute goal was the only one of the night (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer) Francisca Ordega's 19th minute goal was the only one of the night (photo copyright EriMac Photo for The Equalizer)

Spirit 1-0 Thorns: Ordega goal rules the day

Francisca Ordega’s 19th minute goal stood up for a 1-0 win for the Spirit...

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Hatch performance leads Courage sweep of Breakers

The North Carolina Courage (8-3-0, 24 points) closed out play against the Boston Breakers...

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