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NWSL Week 3 Preview: It’s Anyone’s Guess

NWSL Week 3 Preview: It’s Anyone’s Guess

Chelsey Bush April 28, 2017 12

Some teams saw drastic changes in play from Week 1 to Week 2, for better or for worse. Only one remains unbeaten, while another is coming off its worst defeat ever. Chemistry is developing

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Thorns beat Pride in front of 16,000 plus in Portland

Thorns beat Pride in front of 16,000 plus in Portland

Allison Lee April 15, 2017 79

It was an historic day in Portland as the Portland Thorns defeated the Orlando Pride, 2-0, in the league’s first ever Lifetime Game of the Week. The game took place before an audience of

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Thursday Roundup: Julie Johnston to marry Zach Ertz, will use married name

Thursday Roundup: Julie Johnston to marry Zach Ertz, will use married name

The Equalizer Staff March 23, 2017 23

Also in today’s roundup, Brazil and Denmark name NWSL players to April friendly rosters The player affectionately known as JJ will be sporting new initials in 2017. When Julie Johnston returns to the Chicago

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Monday Roundup: Kyah Simon undergoes shoulder surgery

Monday Roundup: Kyah Simon undergoes shoulder surgery

The Equalizer Staff March 20, 2017 23

Also in today’s roundup, North Carolina Courage announce jersey sponsors, Nadia Nadim named Danish Female Footballer of the Year, Jami Kranich hired as Princeton’s assistant coach and Stephanie Ochs joins WPSL coaching staff Kyah Simon

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Thursday roundup: Americans prepare for FA Cup fixtures

Thursday roundup: Americans prepare for FA Cup fixtures

The Equalizer Staff March 16, 2017 24

Also in today’s roundup, Breakers sign Morgan Andrews and Nadia Nadim is nominated for top Danish award. Three NWSL stars–Carli Lloyd, Heather O’Reilly and Crystal Dunn–made international headlines over the past couple of months

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Wednesday Roundup: Foudy explains Rapinoe roster snub

Wednesday Roundup: Foudy explains Rapinoe roster snub

The Equalizer Staff February 8, 2017 18

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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The Lowdown: Playoff, Shield, Boot races down to wire

The Lowdown: Playoff, Shield, Boot races down to wire

Dan Lauletta September 14, 2016 93

An interesting Week 18 that saw all 10 teams play twice settled a number of scenarios but not everything in terms of the NWSL table. What we know is that the Spirit and Thorns

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Thorns secure home semi; Flash don’t clinch

Thorns secure home semi; Flash don’t clinch

KP Palmer September 12, 2016 109

The Portland Thorns clinched home field advantage in the NWSL semifinals after besting the Western New York Flash 3-2 in front of a record-equaling crowd; the match was also showcased on Fox Sports 1.

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NWSL Week in Review: Rapinoe Not In It For Herself

NWSL Week in Review: Rapinoe Not In It For Herself

Ray Curren September 6, 2016 389

Unfortunately, it is probably a good indication of where the NWSL is in the national sports pecking order that the news of Megan Rapinoe kneeling for the national anthem didn’t break until after Sunday’s

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Thorns 5-1 Breakers: Nadim hat trick

Thorns 5-1 Breakers: Nadim hat trick

The Equalizer Staff September 4, 2016 87

Nadia Nadim became the first player to record multiple hat tricks, lighting up the Breakers on Sunday as part of a 5-1 victory that moved the Thorns within four points of the Spirit in

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