A pair of NWSL reserve teams picked up lower-division title this weekend, with the Washington Spirit Reserves winning the USL W-League and the Chicago Red Stars Reserves winning the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
Yanara Aedo Munoz scored twice – including the game-winner in the 89th minute – as the Washington Spirit Reserves defeated the Colorado Pride, 2-1 on Sunday, giving the Spirit Reserves their first USL W-League title. Munoz also scored the game-winner in the semifinal.
Chicago claimed the WPSL title with a 2-1 victory over newcomers SoCal FC in Sunday’s championship. Mary Luba registered a goal and an assist as Ashley Handwork scored the game-winner for the Reds Stars.
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