FC Kansas City / National Women's Soccer League

Familiar Faces to Meet Again in Kansas City

During the 2015 NWSL College Draft in Philadelphia, defending champions, FC Kansas City, used the team’s first draft pick (12th overall) to bring Shea Groom home. Groom, who is originally from Liberty, Missouri—just 15 miles outside of Kansas City—played collegiately at Texas A&M University, finishing her career with 41 goals and 25 assists. “I’ve known … Continue reading

Boston Breakers / National Women's Soccer League

Breakers add six at college draft

The Boston Breakers added to their rebuilding process, selecting five players and acquiring another in a trade at the 2015 NWSL College Draft. Boston, who entered the draft with seven selections, acquired the rights to Stephanie McCaffrey from the Chicago Red Stars, in exchange for the No. 9 and No. 11 picks. The Boston College … Continue reading

FC Kansas City / National Women's Soccer League

Erika Tymrak utilizes offseason to reinvent herself

Despite coming off an NWSL Championship in 2014, FC Kansas City midfielder Erika Tymrak wasn’t satisfied with her overall performance last season. With her third season in the league coming up, the 24-year-old Tymrak is on a mission to become the best player she can be. To break away from her routine she spent this … Continue reading

National Women's Soccer League / Western New York Flash

Lines, Flash leave NWSL draft with six new faces

Twelve. That’s how many players Western New York Flash had on their roster prior to Friday’s NWSL draft. At the conclusion of the draft, the Flash had added six faces to their roster, marking an important shift in Rochester. With 2014’s seventh-place finish being the worst in franchise history, only five players from last year’s … Continue reading

Houston Dash / National Women's Soccer League / US Women's National Team

Houston Going Big in Offseason

After finishing the 2014 NWSL season at the bottom of the leaderboard, head coach Randy Waldrum and Managing Director Brian Ching have made numerous offseason moves to make the club’s second season a more successful one. Picking up just 18 points from 24 matches was enough to grant the Houston club the first overall draft … Continue reading