Thursday, January 31, 2013
The Northwest Division of the Women’s Premier Soccer League has set forth the infrastructure for the 2013 campaign, expanding from five clubs to eight with four teams each in Washington and Oregon. New to the division will be a controversial third Seattle-based club and two new teams to replace the departed Portland Rain.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
|Megan Lindsay finished as one of SPU's all-time best scorers | photos: Wilson Tsoi / GoalWA.net|
“I would be interested in play for any team in the NWSL, but my real hope is to play for a team overseas,” Lindsay, who recently wrapped up her collegiate career at Seattle Pacific. “I would especially love playing for the Seattle Reign and representing my amazing city, and I also was looking to play for the Boston Breakers, and even Chicago for a while.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
|Portland's Kendall Johnson was lone player chosen from a NW school in NWSL draft | photo: Gerald Barnhart|
The Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers picked up three players, combined, and their NWSL counterparts Reign and Thorns tabbed four players each in the new league’s inaugural college draft.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
INWsoccernews.com went online in late March, literally posting its first item on the final day of the month. Since then the site has had quite an enjoyable debut year covering soccer at all levels for the northwest region east of the Cascades. Here is a look back at the news of the year, beginning with a little background on the site’s launch.
Friday, January 11, 2013
US Women’s National Team goalkeeper Hope Solo (Richland, WA) was among the seven American, Canadian and Mexican national team players assigned to the newly-formed Seattle Reign in Friday’s announcement by the new professional National Women’s Soccer League being operated by the US Soccer Federation.