2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
5th in United States NWSL Women's League
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45dJeff Carlisle

Sauerbrunn named new U.S. women's captain

United States women's national team manager Vlatko Andonovski announced that defender Becky Sauerbrunn will be the team's captain going forward.

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146dGraham Hays

U.S. camp without Morgan, Lavelle, Press

Tobin Heath, Rose Lavelle, Sam Mewis, Alex Morgan and Christen Press are all playing in England and will not join the camp.

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175dESPN

USWNT WC winners Heath, Press join Man Utd

Manchester United have signed two-time World Cup winners Tobin Heath and Christen Press on one-year deals, the club announced on Wednesday.

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230dGraham Hays

NWSL standouts move on to quarterfinals

As the tournament knockout rounds begin Friday, Graham Hays highlights the players who made favorable impressions in the preliminary matches.

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249dGraham Hays

NWSL players take knee during national anthem

All 22 starters from the North Carolina Courage and Portland Thorns, along with reserves from both teams, knelt during the national anthem Saturday.

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258dReuters

Ellie Carpenter joins European powerhouse Lyon

Australia international Ellie Carpenter has agreed to join European women's champions Lyon from the Portland Thorns, the French club have confirmed.

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365dGraham Hays

USWNT legend Sauerbrunn traded to Portland

The Portland Thorns have acquired two-time World Cup winner Becky Sauerbrunn from the Utah Royals, the NWSL clubs announced on Tuesday.

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1yAAP

Raso to join Matilda Kerr in English WSL

Matildas winger Hayley Raso will join Sam Kerr in England's Women's Super League, with a move to Everton appearing done and dusted.

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1yGraham Hays

Thorns make Sophia Smith NWSL's No. 1 pick

The Portland Thorns took Sophia Smith with the No. 1 pick, making her the first teenager ever drafted by a National Women's Soccer League team.

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1yAssociated Press

Courage book NWSL title showdown with Chicago

Debinha scored on a free kick in extra time to snap a 1-1 tie, and the Courage went on to top Reign FC Sunday to reach the NWSL championship game.

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2y
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3yAAP

Matildas' Raso fractures back in NWSL

Matildas star Hayley Raso could miss a mooted friendly showdown with England after fracturing her back in a National Women's Soccer League game.