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Wednesday Roundup: Providence Park expansion design unveiled

Wednesday Roundup: Providence Park expansion design unveiled

Allison Lee April 26, 2017 56

Also in today’s roundup, the Dash release 2017 alternate kit design and the U.S. U-17 WNT continue unbeaten streak in Europe. Proposed Providence Park expansion designs revealed The Portland Timbers and Thorns FC organization unveiled

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Allison’s Friday Favorites: Daly, Ohai hit a home run

Allison’s Friday Favorites: Daly, Ohai hit a home run

Allison Lee April 21, 2017 11

NWSL Week 1 was marred by severe injuries to players we know and love, confusion about how to watch the games and broadcasting glitches. But it wasn’t all bad, so let’s focus on the

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Thorns beat Pride in front of 16,000 plus in Portland

Thorns beat Pride in front of 16,000 plus in Portland

Allison Lee April 15, 2017 79

It was an historic day in Portland as the Portland Thorns defeated the Orlando Pride, 2-0, in the league’s first ever Lifetime Game of the Week. The game took place before an audience of

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Allison’s Friday Favorites: Playing for Pride

Allison’s Friday Favorites: Playing for Pride

Allison Lee April 14, 2017 4

Being a sports fan can be a very depressing hobby. Whether your team loses the championship in the final seconds of the match, your favorite player gets traded, or your local team packs up

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Lee: NWSL missed the mark with go90

Lee: NWSL missed the mark with go90

Allison Lee April 13, 2017 318

On Tuesday night, after Dan Lauletta tweeted that Verizon may be involved in the live streaming of NWSL matches this season, I went to the Verizon go90 app on my phone and searched for

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Sky Blue FC season preview: No longer starting from the bottom

Sky Blue FC season preview: No longer starting from the bottom

Allison Lee April 11, 2017 8

2016 record: 7-8-5 (7th place) Playoffs: did not qualify Head Coach: Christy Holly Home Ground: Yurcak Field The story of ‘16 Sky Blue underwent arguably the most tumultuous off-season of the league, starting with

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Lee: How the Red Stars won the NWSL off-season

Lee: How the Red Stars won the NWSL off-season

Allison Lee March 27, 2017 94

In an off-season marred by hasty team relocations, player exits, questionable trades and controversy, one team has emerged as the clear off-season winner: the Chicago Red Stars. It was relatively quiet out of Chicago

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Rose Lavelle outshines the competition in USWNT debut

Rose Lavelle outshines the competition in USWNT debut

Allison Lee March 6, 2017 499

HARRISON, NJ — Rose Lavelle is having quite the year. In January she was taken as the No. 1 overall pick in the NWSL College Draft, just a day before reporting to her first

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Mallory Pugh brings the youth back to the USWNT

Mallory Pugh brings the youth back to the USWNT

Allison Lee March 2, 2017 1

CHESTER, PA.―After half a year away from the United States women’s national team, Mallory Pugh is back. In the USWNT’s opening match of the SheBelieves Cup, Pugh subbed in for Crystal Dunn in the

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