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Kelley O’Hara joins the Washington Spirit.
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Star U.S. Women's National Team and Western New York Flash striker Abby Wambach has spoken to the media for the first time since her wedding to longtime partner and club teammate Sarah Huffman in Hawai'i on Oct. 5.
Just about everyone in women's soccer has benefited from the creation of the NWSL, but perhaps no one more so than U.S. Women's National Team coach Tom Sermanni. SoccerWire.com caught up with him at last weekend's NWSL playoff game in Rochester, N.Y. to talk about his hunt for rising USWNT stars.
This week SoccerWire.com caught up with Chicago Red Stars and Eclipse Select SC coach Rory Dames to talk NWSL, ECNL and the wider evolution of top female players in the United States.
Professional player and guest SoccerWire.com columnist Joanna Lohman makes her return this week, with a look at the state of affairs in the National Women's Soccer League at the halfway point of its inaugural season.
While most of the U.S. Women’s National Team prepares to learn about their potential destinations in the new National Women’s Soccer League, one of the team’s brightest stars is apparently headed overseas to resume her professional career.
Ali Krieger is back: one adventure completed and ready to start a new one. Krieger spent five and a half years in Germany playing for FFC Frankfurt, one of the top teams in the Frauen Bundesliga and in the world. After suffering a torn ACL, Krieger is ready to play again and has come home to play in the new NWSL and regain her spot with the U.S. Women's National Team.