NWSL TV Deal Confusion, No Commissioner and Women’s Soccer Season Starts April 15

The National Women's Soccer League lost Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan to Manchester City and Lyon, respectively, during the winter. Then on March 3rd, commissioner Jeff Plush announced his resignation…

Departures of USWNT Players from American Pro League Continues with Carli Lloyd

First it was Alex Morgan, who signed with French women's team Lyon in January. Now the departures of United States women's national team players from the National Women's Soccer League continues…

Busy Winter for National Women’s Soccer League

It has been a busy January for women's soccer in the United States. The National Women's Soccer League continues to put pieces in place for April's kickoff. The 2017 season…

NWSL Champion Western New York Flash relocate to become North Carolina Courage

The 20016 National Women's Soccer League champion Western New York Flash will relocated to become the North Carolina Courage for the 2017 season. https://twitter.com/TheNCCourage/status/818504703311040513 Founded 2008, the Flash has been…

Alex Morgan Lyon transfer shows ambition

Alex Morgan has left the National Women's Soccer League; at least for the time being. In late December, the United States Women's National Team member announced her departure from Orlando…

Tobin Heath Shining Star in USWNT Uncertain Future

Tobin Heath was one of Portland Thorns and USWNT's main reasons for success in 2016. The former University of North Carolina standout was paramount to both teams' performances. Heath's domestic league…

USC wins women’s College Cup

USC wins women's College Cup defeating West Virginia 3-1 in San Jose, California. The University of Southern California women's soccer team was crowned national champions on Sunday after knocking off…

Women’s College Cup Final: West Virginia meets USC

Women's College Cup final is set as West Virginia meets USC in Sunday's final in San Jose. West Virginia, the top team for much of  the NCAA women's soccer season,…

Women’s College Cup 2016 is set

NCAA's women's soccer is down to its last four teams and Friday marks the kickoff of the women's College Cup 2016. The final four will take place in San Jose,…

NCAA Women’s Soccer Down to Last 8

Despite snowy and wet conditions in some parts of the United States, eight teams fought through the third round of matches and now remain in the NCAA Women's Soccer season.…
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