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Monday Morning Wakeup: NWSL Week 15

Reign coach Laura Harvey looks on with concern during Reign loss to North Carolina on Saturday. (Photo copyright Lewis Gettier.

Reign coach Laura Harvey looks on with concern during Reign loss to North Carolina on Saturday. (Photo copyright Lewis Gettier)

2017 NWSL Standings
W L D GF GA PTS
North Carolina Courage 10 5 0 21 13 30
Chicago Red Stars 8 3 5 21 14 29
Portland Thorns FC 8 4 4 21 14 28
Seattle Reign FC 6 4 6 30 23 24
Sky Blue FC 7 8 2 29 32 22
Orlando Pride 5 6 5 25 24 20
Houston Dash 6 8 2 17 25 20
Boston Breakers 3 7 6 12 18 15
Washington Spirit 4 8 3 21 25 15
FC Kansas City 3 7 5 16 24 14

 

Results and Schedule

Friday
Boston Breakers 2-2 FC Kansas City
White (26) recap Kelly (21)
White (30) att:  2,510 Tymrak (81)
Sky Blue FC 1-4 Washington
Spirit
Hayes (2) recap Ship (51)
att:  2,496 Williams (61)
Dougherty Howard
(73)
Solaun (87, pk)
Saturday
Portland Thorns FC 2-1 Houston Dash
Sonnett (12) recap Lloyd (33, pk)
Lussi (39) att: 18,243
North Carolina Courage 1-0 Seattle Reign FC
Williams (32) recap
att: 5,249
Orlando Pride 2-1 Chicago Red Stars
Morgan (24) recap Huerta (53)
att: 5,667

Week 16 Tuesday

Washington Spirit at Orlando Pride, 7:30 p.m. EDT

Week 16 Thursday

North Carolina Courage at FC Kansas City, 8:00 p.m. EDT

Week 16 Saturday

Boston Breakers at Washington Spirit, 3:30 p.m. EDT
Sky Blue FC at Orlando Pride, 7:30 p.m. EDT
Portland Thorns FC at Chicago Red Stars, 8:00 p.m. EDT

Week 16 Sunday

FC Kansas City at Houston Dash, 8:30 p.m. EDT
North Carolina Courage at Seattle Reign FC, 9:00 p.m. EDT

They Said It



Story Lines to follow

Here are some storylines we’ll be following during Week 16:

-Can Megan Rapinoe and Sam Kerr pick up their form and resume their Golden Boot race?
-Can the Pride string together results during their run of home matches?
-Is there any end in site for FC Kansas City’s misery?

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