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Friday Roundup: NCAA may ease double jeopardy rule

Friday Roundup: NCAA may ease double jeopardy rule

The Equalizer Staff February 17, 2017 37

Also in today’s roundup, Karina LeBlanc to speak at FIFA Equality Conference, more injury woes for Germany and news from the NCAA ranks The NCAA could ease up on double jeopardy rules in place

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Wednesday Roundup: Foudy explains Rapinoe roster snub

Wednesday Roundup: Foudy explains Rapinoe roster snub

The Equalizer Staff February 8, 2017 17

Also in today’s roundup, the U.S. and Canada schedule April friendlies, Sweden and Denmark release Algarve Cup rosters and University of Houston hires Danesha Adams to coaching staff Foudy explains Rapinoe’s absence from SheBelieves

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At 18, how good is Jessie Fleming already?

At 18, how good is Jessie Fleming already?

Harjeet Johal February 4, 2017 155

VANCOUVER, B.C – Jessie Fleming is back with Canada Soccer after dazzling on the pitch with the UCLA Bruins as a freshman. Fleming contributed 11 goals and 5 assists while delivering in the clutch

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Carlyn Baldwin chasing full-time soccer dream

Carlyn Baldwin chasing full-time soccer dream

Jennifer Gordon January 26, 2017 42

It’s not too uncommon this time of year to see former college players announce they’ve signed contracts to play in Europe. With the 2017 NWSL draft over, it makes sense for those players who

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Tuesday Roundup: Matheson says goodbye to the Spirit

Tuesday Roundup: Matheson says goodbye to the Spirit

The Equalizer Staff January 24, 2017 72

Also in today’s roundup, Carlyn Baldwin foregoes senior year to turn pro, Hope Solo gives followers a peak into her recovery and two NWSL assistant coaches take on new responsibilities Over the weekend The

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The Lowdown: Thoughts from the 2017 draft experience

The Lowdown: Thoughts from the 2017 draft experience

Dan Lauletta January 17, 2017 130

With a little help from the cozy locale in Southern California, the fifth NWSL draft achieved a new milestone when all 10 players selected in the 1st round were in attendance. After each of

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Bush’s 2017 NWSL draft review by team

Bush’s 2017 NWSL draft review by team

Chelsey Bush January 16, 2017 74

Last Thursday, NWSL staff, media, players, and fans gathered in Los Angeles for an exhaustive four hour-plus session in which they chose 40 women, from a list of 206, who will get the chance

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Research Triangle Natives in the NWSL Draft

Research Triangle Natives in the NWSL Draft

Jennifer Gordon January 14, 2017 10

  The Research Triangle area has come to the forefront of women’s professional soccer recently with the announcement of Steve Malik purchasing the Western New York Flash, moving them to Cary, NC, and renaming

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Sheridan tops three Canadians picked in NWSL draft

Sheridan tops three Canadians picked in NWSL draft

Harjeet Johal January 12, 2017 8

Los Angeles, CA. – It was a long wait through the first two rounds of the 2017 NWSL Draft for Whitby, Ontario native, Kailen Sheridan. The Clemson Tigers goalkeeper finally celebrated when she heard

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Purce breaks Ivy League ceiling by going 1st round

Purce breaks Ivy League ceiling by going 1st round

Dan Lauletta January 12, 2017 6

Margaret Purce took a recruiting trip to Virginia and nearly committed on the spot. Her dad convinced her to give the decision some more thought. “My father is one who thinks about decisions, and

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