It was yet another wet and wild week in the NWSL, featuring all the usual hits -- a Lindsey Horan goal, a Megan Rapinoe throw-in assist -- as well as some new ones, including Christen Press getting booed in Houston and an intentional handball by Carli Lloyd. Please watch this
With just over two months before the NWHL's fourth regular season gets underway, teams are locking down their rosters. With 125 roster spots presumably available among the league's five teams, 56 spots have been filled as of August 3.
Here are how the rosters look:
Only a few players have
"Somebody say amen."
WNBA President Lisa Borders did not hide her excitement at a press conference on Saturday. Later that night, many in the sports world understood why.
Many examples of Borders' efforts to grow the WNBA were on full display over the weekend during the Verizon WNBA
As the NWHL season grows ever closer, fans and media alike can now prepare, as the league released its season schedule on Thursday morning.
The season will open on Saturday, October 6 and close on Sunday, March 3. All games will be played on Saturdays or Sundays.
The NWHL All-Star
After a busy week off the field, between revelations about conditions at Sky Blue and Jaelene Hinkle getting a second chance with the national team, the weekend in the NWSL was almost slow. We got two draws and one game that wasn't streamed due to a last-minute postponement. Sky Blue-Portland