National Women's Soccer (NWSL)

NWSL: Current blank last-place Royals, remain unbeaten

Elizabeth Ball's second-half goal helped the Kansas City Current pull away from the Utah Royals for a 1-0 victory in Sandy, Utah, on Saturday night. The Current (7-0-4, 25 points)...

NWSL: Emma Sears lifts Racing Louisville past Red Stars

Emma Sears scored in the first half and Racing Louisville made it hold up while posting a 1-0...

NWSL: NWSL roundup: Barbra Banda’s two goals power Pride

Barbra Banda scored her seventh and eighth goals of the season to power the host Orlando Pride to...

NWSL: Wave, Angel City play to scoreless draw

After five all-time matchups over three seasons in NWSL play, Southern California rivals Angel City FC and the...

NWSL: Camille Ashton resigns as Current GM

Camille Ashton resigned as general manager of the unbeaten Kansas City Current on Wednesday, the NWSL team announced. Ashton...
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NWSL: Spirit sign D Waniya Hudson through 2024

The Washington Spirit signed rookie defender Waniya Hudson to a one-year deal through the end of the 2024 season. Earlier this season, she was a...

NWSL: Racing Louisville F Emma Sears signs 3-year contract

Racing Louisville rookie forward Emma Sears signed a three-year contract on Wednesday that spans through the 2026 season. Financial information was not disclosed by...

NWSL: Barbra Banda scores twice as Pride beat Reign, tie record

Barbra Banda scored twice as the Orlando Pride tied an NWSL record with their seventh consecutive victory, defeating the host Seattle Reign 3-2 on...

NWSL: Lynn Williams sets goals record in Gotham’s win over Chicago

Lynn Williams scored her 79th career goal, making her the NWSL's all-time leading goal-scorer across all competitions, as NJ/NY Gotham FC beat the visiting...

NWSL: Spirit’s 4-goal first half sends Angel City to defeat

Trinity Rodman scored two of Washington's four goals in the first 36 minutes as the host Spirit beat Angel City 4-2 on Saturday night. ...

NWSL: Report: Chelsea, Arsenal women set for U.S. visit

The women's teams at England's Chelsea and Arsenal are set to play games in the United States this summer, ESPN reported, with each matching...
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