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Alex Morgan tweets, and NWSL should listen

Alex Morgan tweets, and NWSL should listen

Jeff Kassouf August 11, 2013 146

The highly-touted match between Portland Thorns FC and the Western New York Flash on Saturday ended up being a dud (although the 0-0 draw sets up one wild final weekend), but if you weren’t

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Four playoff teams set after wild, weird night

Four playoff teams set after wild, weird night

The Equalizer Staff August 8, 2013 55

The four National Women’s Soccer League playoff teams are set after the strangest night in the league’s short history. Alex Morgan was stretchered off the field six minutes into Portland’s match at Boston, then

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Alex Morgan diagnosed with left MCL sprain

Alex Morgan diagnosed with left MCL sprain

Jeff Kassouf August 7, 2013 173

Update, August 8, 4:55 PM EST: Alex Morgan has been diagnosed with a mild MCL sprain in her left knee, following MRI results, Portland Thorns FC confirmed. No ligaments were torn. She is expected

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One year ago today: The one that won’t be forgotten

One year ago today: The one that won’t be forgotten

Jeff Kassouf August 6, 2013 32

Wow, can a year go by quickly, or what? We need not remind the readers of this space of the details of that August 6, 2012 evening at Old Trafford. The drama, the controversy,

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Holiday, Kansas City clinch in huge win over Thorns

Holiday, Kansas City clinch in huge win over Thorns

The Equalizer Staff August 4, 2013 342

FC Kansas City clinched a spot in the NWSL playoffs on Sunday, defeating Portland Thorns FC 3-2 in front of an NWSL record crowd of 17,619 fans. Lauren Holiday scored twice for a league-leading

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Shim’s scoring streak continues Sky Blue’s skid

Shim’s scoring streak continues Sky Blue’s skid

Jeff Kassouf August 1, 2013 101

Portland Thorns FC finally solved Sky Blue FC, defeating the visitors 3-1 on Wednesday night at JELD-WEN Field to take sole possession of second place in the National Women’s Soccer League. Meleana Shim scored

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Sifting through the busy weekend that was

Sifting through the busy weekend that was

Jeff Kassouf July 30, 2013 55

A busy, important weekend in women’s soccer just passed, and if you woke up late or didn’t stick around until the final whistle, you likely missed something important. Here’s what went down, domestically and

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Red Stars fight back for 3-3 draw in Portland

Red Stars fight back for 3-3 draw in Portland

Jeff Kassouf July 28, 2013 195

When the going got tough, the Red Stars kicked into 2nd gear. Chicago overcame a two-goal deficit deep into the second half to earn a 3-3 draw on the road against the Portland Thorns

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The Lowdown: What we learned in Week 11

The Lowdown: What we learned in Week 11

Dan Lauletta June 25, 2013 14

Saturday’s match at Yurcak Field pitted the two teams tied for the most points in the National Women’s Soccer League.  Sky Blue FC and Portland Thorns FC ended the night in the first scoreless

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Level at the top: Thorns, Sky Blue draw 0-0

Level at the top: Thorns, Sky Blue draw 0-0

Jeff Kassouf June 22, 2013 87

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Portland Thorns FC and Sky Blue FC came into Saturday night’s match with identical records atop the National Women’s Soccer League table, and that’s how they would leave. Portland goalkeeper Karina

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