Tori Huster has played for the Washington Spirit since the team’s first kick of a ball in the National Women’s Soccer League in 2013. She’s among a very rare group of players — particularly those not on the U.S. national team — to have stayed with the same club throughout the entirety of the NWSL.
Huster recently joined EQZ founder Jeff Kassouf to discuss her journey through the ups and downs of the club, her career and why she utilizes a sports psychologist, and what she’s working on as president of the NWSL Players Association. They get into some big-picture topics toward the end of the pod.
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