National Women's Soccer League / Player Blogs / Seattle Reign FC

International Postcard with Beverly Goebel: Time Slows Down for No One

Time waits for no one…. This weekend my husband and I participated in a coed tournament in Phoenix Arizona and had an opportunity to visit with some family and friends. We met some people for the first time and reunited with those whom we haven’t seen in while. Arizona holds some good memories for me. … Continue reading

National Women's Soccer League / Sky Blue FC

Sky Blue FC name Jay Cooney Goalkeeper coach

Sky Blue FC has hired Stanford assistant coach Jay Cooney the team announced Friday. Under his tenure, Cooney has developed Stanford goalkeepers that boast a 1.00 GAA. The Wellesley, Mass., native spent the last 10 years at Stanford and served as the goalkeeping coach for FC Gold Pride in 2010. USWNT goalkeeper Nicole Barnhart was … Continue reading

National Women's Soccer League / Western New York Flash

Western New York Flash release Alex Sahlen

The Western New York Flash released defender Alex Sahlen the team announced Feb. 19. It was announced in December that Sahlen and Flash head coach Aaran Lines are expecting their first child and that she will subsequently miss the 2014 NWSL season. She will continue to serve the as Team President. Sahlen played 18 games … Continue reading

FC Kansas City / National Women's Soccer League / Western New York Flash

Flash acquire international roster slot, send 2015 pick to FC Kansas City

FC Kansas City has acquired a second round pick in the 2015 NWSL Draft from the Western New York Flash in exchange for one of three international roster slots held by Kansas City. The trade allows the Flash to add an international player to their roster for the 2014 and 2015 seasons. In addition to … Continue reading

FC Kansas City / National Women's Soccer League

FC Kansas City resigns midfielder Jen Buczkowski

FC Kansas City resigned midfielder Jen Buczkowski to a new contract the team announced Friday. The deal will keep the 28-year old midfielder with Kansas City through the 2015 NWSL season. Buczowski started in all 22 games for the club last season and registered two assists. “I’m very excited about what we are doing here,” … Continue reading