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Morgan Brian returns home to Georgia Dome

Morgan Brian returns home to Georgia Dome

Steve Bruno February 12, 2014 77

ATLANTA, Ga.—On Thursday, the U.S. women’s national team will return to Georgia for the first time in over three years. It’s been almost as long since Morgan Brian, arguably the state’s greatest high school

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Menchel looking to make jump to Spirit

Menchel looking to make jump to Spirit

Jennifer Gordon February 10, 2014 6

About a month from now, Washington Spirit draftee Molly Menchel will enter a professional training camp for the first time. Even though she’s a rookie, the recent Virginia graduate will be in somewhat familiar

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Grainey: Will Rosie White be first Kiwi in NWSL?

Grainey: Will Rosie White be first Kiwi in NWSL?

Tim Grainey February 5, 2014 12

Rosie White is a veteran New Zealand international, having played in the 2011 Women’s World Cup, the 2012 Olympic Games, two U-20 World Cups (Chile in 2008 and Germany in 2010) as well as

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Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Steve Bruno and Jen Gordon January 22, 2014 58

Friday’s NWSL College Draft featured one of the most talented classes of college players ever to vie for the pro ranks. Of the 36 spots, a quarter of those were filled by players from

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Breakers make Reeves first VT WoSo pro draftee

Breakers make Reeves first VT WoSo pro draftee

Jennifer Gordon January 20, 2014 26

Sometimes timing is everything. A year ago, Jazmine Reeves was coming off her worst season as a Virginia Tech Hokie. Reeves logged only four goals and four starts in a 20-game season. Needless to

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Red Stars snag U-20 WC vets Johnston, DiBernardo

Red Stars snag U-20 WC vets Johnston, DiBernardo

Dan Lauletta January 18, 2014 44

PHILADELPHIA — The buzz heading into draft day was about Crystal Dunn going No. 1 to the Spirit and about the Dash having been given the No. 2 pick as part of their roster

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Crystal Dunn selected first in NWSL College Draft

Crystal Dunn selected first in NWSL College Draft

Jennifer Gordon January 17, 2014 94

PHILADELPHIA — The 2014 NWSL Draft got off to the start everyone expected when the Washington Spirit made University of North Carolina midfielder Crystal Dunn the first overall pick.  The Dash followed by taking

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The Equalizer experts predict 2014 NWSL Draft

The Equalizer experts predict 2014 NWSL Draft

The Equalizer Staff January 16, 2014 15

PHILADELPHIA — Jennifer Gordon and Steve Bruno, resident college soccer experts at The Equalizer, weighed in with their predictions for the first two rounds of Friday’s NWSL College Draft. Steve Bruno: No. 1 –

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NWSL 2014 College Draft: The Sleeper Picks

NWSL 2014 College Draft: The Sleeper Picks

Steve Bruno January 15, 2014 15

The 2014 draft class is loaded with talented strikers. It’s no wonder when compiling a list of so-called sleepers for the upcoming draft the result is a defense-oriented list. These players might have flown

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At center back or forward, Frisbie ready for NWSL

At center back or forward, Frisbie ready for NWSL

Meg Linehan January 14, 2014 15

This week, the lists of college prospects will be rolled out. Journalists and fans will polish their mock drafts (The Equalizer staff included), even as picks still trade hands.  Height and speed will be

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