1. Dash acquire Melissa Henderson from Kansas City

    Dash acquire Melissa Henderson from Kansas City

    The Houston Dash have acquired forward Melissa Henderson from FC Kansas City in exchange for a third round round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft.

    Henderson has appeared in five games for FC Kansas City this season and played in 17 games for FCKC in 2013. During her time with the Kansas City Henderson scored just a lone goal which came in their semifinal loss to the Portland Thorns.

    The…

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  2. Kawasumi’s brace gives Seattle three more points

    Kawasumi’s brace gives Seattle three more points

    BOS at SEA

    The storyline tonight at Memorial Stadium wasn’t foreign: the Seattle Reign conceded an early goal before coming from behind to keep the undefeated streak alive. Tonight, the last-place Boston Breakers were unfortunate to be on the losing end.

    The match began with both teams showing great promise. One of Boston’s first chances came from midfielder Heather O’Reilly, whose strike forced Reign…

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  3. Press adds second half brace for 2-2 draw

The Portland Thorns entered Independence Day on a tw0-game losing streak and two spots out of fourth place.The Thorns looked to be in control as Portland took a two-goal advantage into the locker room after 45 minutes of play.

    Press adds second half brace for 2-2 draw

    The Portland Thorns entered Independence Day on a tw0-game losing streak and two spots out of fourth place.The Thorns looked to be in control as Portland took a two-goal advantage into the locker room after 45 minutes of play.

     
  4. Fines for Boston, no additional action against Harris following Wednesday action

    Fines for Boston, no additional action against Harris following Wednesday action

    The NWSL announced today that the league has fined the Boston Breakers for comments made by head coach Tom Durkin and general manager Lee Billiard criticizing the officials in Wednesday’s 3-3 draw against the Washington Spirit.

    There were a number of controversial calls made, including three penalty kicks (two for Boston, one for Washington) and a red card that was issued to Breakers midfielder…

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  5. Three penalties see Spirit, Breakers share points in 3-3 thriller

    Three penalties see Spirit, Breakers share points in 3-3 thriller

    Bos at Wash

    In one of the wackiest NWSL games ever played, the Washington Spirit came from behind to draw the Boston Breakers, 3-3, at home.

    The match began with a bang, as the visitors were awarded a penalty kick just three minutes after kickoff, when Washington’s Niki Cross fouled Jazmine Reeves in the box.

    Stepping up for the penalty was Heather O’Reilly, who placed the ball in the lower right corner to…

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  6. Rapinoe returns and helps lead Seattle to comeback win over Flash.

    Rapinoe returns and helps lead Seattle to comeback win over Flash.

    Sea at WNY

    For the third time this season the Seattle Reign overcame a deficit against the Western New York Flash to remain undefeated as they earned a 2-1 victory on the road.

    The game-winning goal was set up by Megan Rapinoe, who returned from a foot injury that had kept her out since the Reign’s season opener. Rapinoe subbed into the game in the 68th minute and picked up where she left off. With the…

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  7. Holiday leads Kansas City past Portland in 1-0 home victory

    Holiday leads Kansas City past Portland in 1-0 home victory

    Game of Week Recap-Port at KC

    Following a brilliant performance from Alex Morgan that earned her NWSL Player of the Week honors, the Portland Thorns find themselves on a two-game losing streak following last week’s 6-1 win over the Washington Spirit.

    The tune was no different for Portland against FC Kansas City, as Lauren Holiday provided the lone goal for the 1-0 victory.

    Just before halftime, Holiday’s strike from the edge…

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  8. Sky Blue holds Seattle to scoreless draw

    Sky Blue holds Seattle to scoreless draw

    SBFC at Seattle

    Three days after defeating the Portland Thorns at Providence Park, Sky Blue FC wrapped up its two-game west coast road trip picking up one more point in a scoreless draw against the undefeated Seattle Reign FC.

    With some controversy surrounding Hope Solo’s arrest just one week ago, Haley Kopmeyer was given the opportunity to start between the posts for the Reign for the third time this season.

    K…

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  9. Spirit end losing streak with 1-0 defeat of Dash.

    Spirit end losing streak with 1-0 defeat of Dash.

    Wash at Houston

    For the second time this season, a goal was the difference as the Washington Spirit  topped  the Houston Dash, 1-0.

    The difference in the matchup at BBVA Compass Stadium came in the 62nd minute as forward Jodie Taylor found the back of the net. While the goal was a Taylor’s seventh of the season, the set up came on unusual circumstances.

    After a Houston shot was blocked by the Spirit, Washington…

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  10. Breakers hang on for 1-1 draw to Sky Blue FC

    Breakers hang on for 1-1 draw to Sky Blue FC

    Boston at Sky Blue

    Despite being outshot by a 22-4 margin, the Boston Breakers fought to a 1-1 draw against Sky Blue FC.

    Sky Blue had multiple chances to put their club in the lead if not for an impressive performance by Breakers goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher, who made eight saves in the match.

    Even with the advantage in shots, Sky Blue had a chance for the game winner in the 86th minute. Sky Blue was awarded a penalty…

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