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Tuesday Roundup: Reign sign New Zealand defender Rebekah Stott

Tuesday Roundup: Reign sign New Zealand defender Rebekah Stott

The Equalizer Staff January 17, 2017 108

Also in this roundup, four players held over from u-23s have left USWNT camp and Scotland women’s national team head coach to step down after Euro 2017 Today, the Seattle Reign FC announced the

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Heather O’Reilly heading to Arsenal, set to return in June

Heather O’Reilly heading to Arsenal, set to return in June

The Equalizer Staff January 17, 2017 67

Three-time Olympic gold-medalist and World Cup champion midfielder Heather O’Reilly will be heading to England to join Arsenal Ladies of the FA WSL this upcoming spring. O’Reilly is set to return to FCKC in

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Monday Roundup: Lyon announce Buchanan signing

Monday Roundup: Lyon announce Buchanan signing

The Equalizer Staff January 9, 2017 55

Also in today’s roundup, Clare Polkinghorne becomes first 100-cap player in W-League and the 2016 CONCACAF awards results are in On Saturday, Olympique Lyonnais confirmed the signing of Canadian-defender Kadeisha Buchanan. Lyon, the defending

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Carli Lloyd repeats as FIFA World Player of the Year

Carli Lloyd repeats as FIFA World Player of the Year

The Equalizer Staff January 9, 2017 368

United States and Houston Dash midfielder Carli Lloyd was named the 2016 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year on Monday at the Best FIFA Football Awards Gala in Zurich, Switzerland. Lloyd wins this

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XI WoSo Moments of 2016: The Fiasco at Frontier

XI WoSo Moments of 2016: The Fiasco at Frontier

Dan Lauletta December 22, 2016 6

On July 9 the Western New York Flash, having been chased out of their regular home base for a night, took the show to Frontier Field. Normally the home of the Rochester Red Wings

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XI WoSo Moments of 2016: Pride set NWSL attendance record

XI WoSo Moments of 2016: Pride set NWSL attendance record

Dan Lauletta December 19, 2016 56

The Orlando Pride played their debut match April 17 in Portland. They lost that match 2-1 but six days later—April 23, 2016—they trumped their more seasoned NWSL sisters when 23,403 came to the Citrus

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Morgan Andrews, Katie Johnson and the USC Trojans find perfect ending

Morgan Andrews, Katie Johnson and the USC Trojans find perfect ending

Jennifer Gordon December 7, 2016 6

We all love a good comeback story. Sports in a way are a microcosm of life, the good, the bad, the ugly. Transforming the bad or the ugly into something good resonates with us.

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Buchanan, Lawrence hope to lead WVU to title together

Buchanan, Lawrence hope to lead WVU to title together

Jennifer Gordon December 4, 2016 7

SAN JOSE – “Country roads, take me home. To the place, I belong,” members and staff of the West Virginia Mountaineers belted out on the field at Avaya Stadium after the final whistle blew

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North Carolina takes an unusual path to College Cup

North Carolina takes an unusual path to College Cup

Jennifer Gordon December 2, 2016 2

SAN JOSE, CA. — Pressure is a privilege. It’s an adage that’s been repeated by highly accomplished athletes and programs for decades. It’s hard to name a collegiate program in any sport that embodies

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Crystal Thomas’ strike leads Georgetown to the College Cup

Crystal Thomas’ strike leads Georgetown to the College Cup

Jennifer Gordon November 26, 2016 3

  Graduate student Crystal Thomas scored the game’s only goal in the 76th minute to send the Hoyas to their first-ever College Cup. Thomas sent a rocket past Santa Clara keeper Melissa Lowder from the

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