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San Diego Wave FC player, Alex Morgan, dribbles the ball on August 13, 2022
Connor Marshall - Sep 24, 2022

Next week sees the release of EA Sports’ annual FIFA series with FIFA 23. This is set to be the final installment under the FIFA name. With that in mind, EA Sports is going all out this year. Not just with new features to the men’s teams, but also with the female players in the […]


NWSL Weekend Review: Portland Thorns forward Sophia Smith scores two goals at Providence Park on August 5, 2022
Connor Marshall - Aug 8, 2022

After last week’s return to league action, the teams of the NWSL were able to get rid of any rust that may have lingered from the international break. Both Friday and Saturday saw drama-filled matchups and standing shakeups throughout the league table in this week’s NWSL Weekend Review. NWSL Weekend Review and a New Number […]

Tobin Heath NWSL is back
Connor Marshall - Aug 1, 2022

After a 12 day break for international duty, the National Women’s Soccer League has returned. There is a little over two months until the regular season is over. Of the 12 teams in NWSL, six make it into the playoffs. It’s shaping up to be a wild final two months. If this past weekend is […]

NWSL national anthem
RJ Allen - May 6, 2021

EDITORIAL – The NWSL has a problem. Well, the NWSL has a lot of problems but the one I’m talking about today is completely within their control to fix. The NWSL makes the choice to play the national anthem before every match and they need to stop.  NWSL National Anthem Issue: A Picture of a Standing Player […]

2021 NWSL Challenge Cup

Rachael Kriger discusses five things that fans, reporters and anyone who watched the NWSL Challenge Cup learned this past month.

nwsl updates
Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 25, 2020

What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Rachael and Matt are back to talk the first weekend of MLS being back. We also have NWSL updates.

Orlando Pride COVID-19

The Orlando Pride are officially withdrawing from the NWSL Challenge Cup, just five days befort the tournament starts, due to positive COVID-19 tests.

nwsl challenge cup
Matt Pollard, Editor - May 29, 2020

PODCAST – What’s up internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, we talk all things NWSL Challenge Cup. The NWSL will be the first soccer league in the United States or Canada to resume play with the COVID-19 pandemic. LWSC Radio: NWSL Challenge Cup Round Table Discussion Last Word SC Radio is a part […]

NWSL Ali Riley

Craig Harrington is officially the second-ever coach for the Utah Royals FC. Also in NWSL news, the Orlando Pride used allocation money to sign Ali Riley, the New Zealand captain and defender.

Paige Monaghan NWSL

Paige Monaghan is a proud “Jersey girl” and she’s staying put in her home state. She inked a two-year deal with Sky Blue FC yesterday. Also, Haley Kopmeyer was waived by the Orlando Pride and Mandy Laddish announced her retirement.

NWSL

Jodie Taylor and Estelle Johnson are two veteran players that have each re-signed with their respective clubs before the 2020 season. See what else happened in the NWSL this week.

NWSL Draft Sophia Smith

Sophia Smith was the No. 1 pick at the NWSL College Draft today, while a slew of trades saw Mallory Pugh get sent to Sky Blue FC. Rachael Kriger has all the coverage from the NWSL Draft.

Emily Sonnett

The Orlando Pride made a splash with their own NWSL offseason news, trading for Emily Sonnett and the rights to Caitlin Foord. Meanwhile, the Portland Thorns get the No. 1 pick in next week’s NWSL College Draft.

Amanda Duffy NWSL

On Monday evening, Washington Post journalist Steven Goff broke news that Amanda Duffy is stepping down as NWSL president, after one year in the role. Now, the league must search for a president and a commissioner.

Alex Morgan
Shannon Torres - Sep 23, 2019

Alex Morgan spoke at Southern Connecticut State University and moderator JP Dellacamera focused on key points that shaped her successful career.

Alex Morgan NWSL

Alex Morgan is finished for the rest of the season, but the Houston Dash are going to make history on Oct. 5, heading out of the US to face Tigres.



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