ECNL Has Developed Amazing Collegiate Players ECNL Alums dominated the 2019 College Cup rosters and the #WCollegeCup Championship had 17 #ECNLAlums starting the match. The 2019 Women’s College Soccer season is over but the players’ legacy lingers on. Many of the high performing impact players competing at the highest level in the NCAA Division 1
On The Rise: The SLC’s Green and White Gryphon With a record of 14-5-0, Sarah Lawrence ranked third in the 2019 NCAA Skyline Conference Women’s Soccer Standings and clinched a berth in the six-team Skyline Conference Championship. Read head coach Maurizio Grillo reflections on the collegiate season. Maurizio Grillo became the head women’s soccer coach
Five Years Later, Wyant Continues To Inspire and Break Barriers Should Gender Dictate Opportunity? Why Shouldn’t A Woman Be The Head Coach Of A Men’s Collegiate Team? Kim Wyant is the only woman to lead a men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association soccer program and the first to lead a men’s team to the NCAA Tournament.
Alex Morgan Finished Third In Voting This is the fourth trophy that Rapinoe has won in 2019. Leading the USA with six goals in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Megan Rapinoe won the Ballon d’Or as soccer’s Women’s Player of the Year.  Megan Rapinoe added yet another trophy to her collection when she won the Ballon d’Or on
Registration for the Three-Day Event open through December 26 Many of the United States’ most accomplished women’s players have played in the WPSL, including household names such as Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Julie Foudy, and Brandi Chastain. The WPSL is providing the opportunity, both for women within its league and across the continent,
A Chat With Star Soccer Player Megan Rapinoe Originally published in April, 2018, this is a fun interview with super soccer star Megan Rapinoe. This is BEFORE winning the World Cup! Love her comment on fried chicken! Committed to her craft, Rapinoe is a strong leader on and off the field — a force on
This Will Be The First Official Player and Personal Development NWSLPA members Katherine Reynolds and Rachel Hill join the USYS team to gain first-hand business experience. US Youth Soccer (USYS) is kicking off the first official player and personal development relationship with the National Women’s Soccer League Players Association. Two NWSLPA members, Katherine Reynolds and
Hamilton, Williams, O’Sullivan, and Kurtz Are Off To Australia Hamilton, Williams, O’Sullivan and Kurtz will all be playing in Australia’s top women’s professional league during the NWSL offseason. The Carolina Courage will have four players playing in the W-League during the offseason. Forward Kristen Hamilton and Lyn Williams will be joining the Western Sydney Wanderers.
Kerr To Leave Chicago To Pursue Playing In Europe Sam Kerr will not return to Red Stars for the 2020 NWSL season to pursue playing opportunity in Europe. The Chicago Red Stars announced that the 2019 NWSL MVP award winner, Sam Kerr, will not be returning to the team for the 2020 National Women’s Soccer
Two-Time NWSL Champion Takes the Reign From Jill Ellis Vlatko Andonovski was introduced as the new U.S. Women’s Head Coach, making him the ninth head coach in the program’s history. Vlatko Andonovski joins U.S. Soccer Women’s National Team with extensive coaching experience. The forty-three-year-old served as head coach during all seven seasons of the National
Former USWNT Members Will Bring A Wealth Of Experience Brandi Chastain and Leslie Osborne join Sacramento’s California Storm Board of Directors. The former USWNT members hope to use their experience and knowledge to take the Storm to the next level. Brandi Chastain and Leslie Osborne have joined the California Storm’s Board of Directors. Both former
The Courage Becomes Only the Second Team to Win Back-to-Back Championships The North Carolina Courage wins second straight NWSL Champion with a 4-0 win over the Chicago Red Stars. The Courage became the first time to win an NWSL Championship game at home, extending their unbeaten streak at home to 14 games. With goals from
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