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NWSL Week In Review: Portland Headed In The Right Direction?

NWSL Week In Review: Portland Headed In The Right Direction?

Ray Curren May 22, 2017 19

Momentum is pretty much deemed a fallacy by most people who study advanced analytics, and body language might be even more disdained by the same folk. And if Portland doesn’t steady its slow-moving 2017

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Thorns rally to snag 2-2 draw from Breakers in Boston

Thorns rally to snag 2-2 draw from Breakers in Boston

Dan Lauletta May 19, 2017 54

The Thorns rallied from 2-0 down in Boston on Friday night to eke out a 2-2 draw against the Breakers in front of a season-high 3,321 at Jordan Field. Nadia Nadim scored both Thorns

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Thursday Roundup: Heath, Horan questionable for season opener

Thursday Roundup: Heath, Horan questionable for season opener

The Equalizer Staff April 6, 2017 37

Also in today’s roundup, Ireland WNT and FAI reach agreement, Canada defeat Sweden in friendly, Pride waives Sarah Hagen, Breakers announce new layout for Jordan Field and Courage launches Development Academy. The Portland Thorns

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Another USWNT injury: Tobin Heath out of camp

Another USWNT injury: Tobin Heath out of camp

The Equalizer Staff March 30, 2017 280

March began with worries over the United States’ performance in the SheBelieves Cup. It will end with concerns over the collective health of the team. On Thursday, Tobin Heath became the latest to be

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Horan joins Brian on sidelines for USWNT camp

Horan joins Brian on sidelines for USWNT camp

The Equalizer Staff March 29, 2017 198

Lindsey Horan is the latest player to be ruled out of United States camp through injury. The Portland Thorns midfielder has a hip strain and will remain in the Rose City to rehab. Horan

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Portland wins Shield with 3-1 victory over Sky Blue

Portland wins Shield with 3-1 victory over Sky Blue

Eric Scatamacchia September 25, 2016 84

On the final day of the 2016 NWSL season, the Portland Thorns took on Sky Blue with a chance to take the Shield with a win or draw. The Thorns earned the Shield in style coming

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USWNT Things Learned: Shouldn’t be many ill effects from draw

USWNT Things Learned: Shouldn’t be many ill effects from draw

Ray Curren August 10, 2016 643

Even for the mighty United States women’s soccer team, conquerer of the world last summer and three-time defending Olympic champions, all games are not equal. The hashtag #WinTheGroup appeared to be the mantra of

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USWNT held to draw on late stunner from 10-woman Japan

USWNT held to draw on late stunner from 10-woman Japan

The Equalizer Staff June 3, 2016 1,378

After rallying from two goals down to forge a late lead, the United States settled for a 3-3 draw when 10-woman Japan equalized in stoppage time in front of a packed house at Dick’s

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Going for Gold: USWNT players prepare for Olympics in NWSL

Going for Gold: USWNT players prepare for Olympics in NWSL

Eric Scatamacchia May 19, 2016 421

There are less than 80 days until the women’s Olympic soccer tournament kicks off in Brazil. Although the U.S. national team has not been together over the past month, national teamers have been busy

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NWSL Week In Review: Getting The Little Things In Order

NWSL Week In Review: Getting The Little Things In Order

Ray Curren April 18, 2016 221

You rarely get a fourth chance to make a first impression. In professional women’s soccer terms, there’s never been that opportunity, but here we were this weekend. The NWSL, alive and seemingly well, kicked

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