It did not take long to make this news official. Word broke on Friday that Alex Morgan was set to sign with the Seattle Sounders Women and the USL W-League team made it official on Monday. Morgan joins United States teammates Hope Solo and Sydney Leroux for what is expected to be four league games in 2012.
“I am excited to play in a city that is so passionate about soccer,” Morgan said. “The Sounders have been one of, if not the best fan support in MLS. I can only imagine how Seattle fans would respond to having a full professional women’s team in the future.”
I think we are all imagining what that would be like. And with the moves the Sounders Women are making, it’s clear they have some big plans ahead. In fact, General Manager Amy Carnell told us they do on “This Week in Women’s Soccer.”
U.S. Soccer legend Kristine Lilly is on the ballot for induction into the U.S.O.C. Hall of Fame this year. Learn more and vote here.
Travis Clark of Top Drawer Soccer takes a great look at the USWNT U-23’s in Spain right now.
The Atlantic takes a look at why Title IX hurts female athletes.
One fan went the extra mile to figure out why the Algarve Cups will not be viewable for U.S. Soccer fans. Read that here.
Aztec MA is beginning to fill out its WPSL Elite roster. Check that out here.
If you missed it over the weekend, the U.S. women beat China 3-0 in a closed door scrimmage. Alex Morgan, Heather O’Reilly and Sydney Leroux scored. Here are highlights:
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