News and notes from around the National Women's Soccer League.

NWSL week 11 preview: Second half

The middle of the table is getting crowded, and with Washington-Portland and Chicago-Kansas City both on the schedule, week 11 could bring some big changes to the standings.

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Reign beat Breakers, run record to 10-0-2

Reign score two goals in first 25 minutes and finish off their fifth shutout of the season.

Breakers 0-2 Reign: Full Match Recap

Without league-leading scorer Kim Little, who left her club to join the Scottish National Team, Seattle buckled down and used a pair of early goals to take down the Breakers, 2-0.

Rapinoe Upgraded Ahead of Depth Check in Boston

We get some good news for the long term, but in the short term the team is looking at a rough game against the Breakers tomorrow.

Tobin Heath Will Not Join Thorns until July 1

Tobin Heath will not be joining the Thorns until the beginning of July, Thorns head coach Paul Riley revealed after training Saturday.

Recap: Dash lose to Kansas City at the last minute


After finding the equalizer the Dash weren't able to hold on as Kansas City pulled off the win.

Shorthanded FC Kansas City travels to face Houston


With several call ups to the National Team, the Blues will be depending on a lot of younger players

NWSL Fines Thorns After Riley's Comments


The Portland Thorns have been fined an undisclosed amount following comments made by head coach Paul Riley, the National Women's Soccer League announced late Friday.

Red Stars player suspended for hit on Winters

Julianne Sitch will be forced to sit two matches after only being given a yellow card in the match.

NWSL, week 10 preview: National team duty

Houston and Kansas City try to end each other’s unbeaten runs, Chicago visits the bottom of the table, and Portland tries to convince Washington it’s time to switch back

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