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Washington Spirit

Tori Huster to join Newcastle Jets on loan

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The Washington Spirit's longest tenured player will spend this winter in Australia

Washington Spirit midfielder Tori Huster will return to Australia to play for the W-League's Newcastle Jets. It's a familiar move for Huster, who has previously spent time with Newcastle in 2012 and 2014. Additionally, the 28 year old spent the 2013 Australian season playing for the Western Sydney Wanderers.

Boston Breakers come back for 2-2 tie against Washington Spirit

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Adriana Leon and Abby Smith did their best to drag Boston to a result.

Starting XI: Abby Smith, Midge Purce, Julie King, Megan Oyster, Allysha Chapman, Angela Salem, Morgan Andrews, Rosie White, Adriana Leon, Katie Stengel, Tiffany Weimer

The Boston Breakers went into this game against the Washington Spirit with a much-weakened back line and it showed.

Boston Breakers pick up Katie Stengel

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Could she be the missing attacking piece?

The Boston Breakers have claimed 25-year-old forward Katie Stengel after she was waived by the Washington Spirit.

To maintain the 20-player roster cap, the Breakers have waived defender Kylie Strom.

Stengel had 222 minutes over five games for the Spirit and no goals or assists; with the Spirit starting to find their rhythm through the work of Francisca Ordega and Cheyna Williams, and the return of Mallory Pugh hopefully imminent, that didn't leave much room for Stengel to break in.

Bad start dooms Washington Spirit in 1-0 loss to visiting Houston Dash

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An injury-riddled Spirit attack couldn't create the necessary chances to get a result

The Washington Spirit's attack stumbled on Saturday night as the team posted a 1-0 defeat against the Houston Dash. Houston forward Kealia Ohai scored in the 28th minute, capping off a dominant start for the visitors.

Washington Spirit vs. Houston Dash 2017: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NWSL online

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An injury-depleted Spirit face a beleaguered Dash

After the Washington Spirit entered the season with three players out due to ACL tears, it was hard to see how things could get worse. But then Joanna Lohman tore her ACL in the opening minutes of the season and three additional Spirit players will also be out today.

Washington Spirit battle their way to a 1-1 draw against the Orlando Pride

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Despite Marta making her debut, the Spirit managed to collect their first point of the NWSL season

The Washington Spirit manage to scrape a tie against the Orlando Pride, picking up the club's first point of the 2017 season. Despite the Pride looking like the better team in the second half, the Spirit went up 1-0 thanks to Line Sigvardsen Jensen's header.

Washington Spirit roll out 3-5-2 in preseason win over Penn State

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Newcomer Kristie Mewis scored twice as the Spirit won their first preseason contest

Washington Spirit midfielder Kristie Mewis scored two goals to lead her new club to a 3-0 win over Penn State. Katie Stengel, who scored four goals last season, converted a penalty kick while also getting an assist on the first of Mewis's goals.

Washington Spirit clinch NWSL playoff spot with 1-1 draw with WNY Flash

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Katie Stengel scored as the Spirit sealed a third straight postseason berth

The Washington Spirit became the first NWSL team to clinch a playoff spot this season with tonight's 1-1 draw against the Western New York Flash. Spirit forward Katie Stengel opened the scoring in the 64th minute but the Flash responded and equalized with 15 minutes remaining, but Samantha Mewis pulled the Flash level as Western NY piled on the pressure.

Washington Spirit play to an ugly 1-1 draw against the Boston Breakers

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Spirit drop points on the road in a physical and frustrating game

For the second game in a row, the Washington Spirit dropped points on the road, tying the Boston Breakers 1-1 on Friday night. It was a frustrating evening for the Spirit who scored an important early goal via Katie Stengel in the 13th minute only to concede a penalty kick converted by Louise Schillgard just two minutes later.

Washington Spirit continue their unbeaten run with a 1-0 win over the Houston Dash

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Joanna Lohman's first half goal proved enough for the Spirit

On a windy and chilly night at the Maryland Soccerplex, the Washington Spirit beat the Houston Dash 1-0 thanks to a goal from Joanna Lohman in the first half. Despite Dash goalkeeper Lydia Williams' heroic efforts and Houston's opportunities, the Spirit prevailed and continued their five-game undefeated streak.

Spirit beat Boston Breakers 1-0 in season opener

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A bicycle kick from Joanna Lohman lifts the Spirit to a 1-0 win in the first game of the 2016 NWSL season

The Washington Spirit kicked off the first game of the historic fourth season of the NWSL on Saturday, April 16. Maryland native Joanna Lohman scored a bicycle kick within three minutes of kickoff to propel her side to an early lead over the visiting Boston Breakers.

Washington Spirit Preview

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The Washington Spirit open their season at home tonight against the Boston Breakers

After two offseasons of turnover, this offseason was rather quiet for the Washington Spirit. The two-time semifinalists return almost three-quarters of the 2015 squad that finished in fourth place. However, the offseason didn't start quietly for the Spirit.

Washington Spirit waive Tiffany Weimer

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To free up roster space, the Spirit waive beloved forward Tiffany Weimer.

The Washington Spirit waived forward Tiffany Weimer, the club announced this afternoon. Weimer came on as a substitute during each of the Spirit's two preseason matches this season. Unfortunately for Weimer, the Spirit had already signed 20 players- the maximum amount of roster spots.

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Boston Breakers drop 1-0 on road to Sky Blue

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Boston's defense looked stronger but the offensive problems remain.

Starting XI: Abby Smith, Midge Purce, Julie King, Megan Oyster, Allysha Chapman, Angela Salem, Tiffany Weimer, Rosie White, Adriana Leon, Katie Stengel, Ifeoma Onumonu

Things got off to a start with a bang as the Boston Breakers took on Sky Blue FC away.

Boston drops 2-1 to Orlando Pride

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It started off rough, but Boston at least looked better than they did against Houston.

Starting XI: Abby Smith, Megan Oyster, Julie King, Allysha Chapman, Midge Purce, Angela Salem, Morgan Andrews, Rosie White, Amanda Frisbie, Katie Stengel, Ifeoma Onumonu

Boston started off against Orlando with five in the back, reflecting their clear awareness that the Pride presented a much bigger attacking threat than Houston, who they played earlier in the week.

The Rest

Thorns Down Under: Showing Up

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Crunch time is well and truly on in the W-League, and Thorns are not just involved — they are stepping up to win their teams points and making their presence felt. In all three games involving Thorns, their contributions were decisive. In the absence of any transfer news as of yet, it's satisfying to be reminded of just how much quality there is across the team.

Liga Femenil Alemana: Resultados de la Jornada 15

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Se jugó la Jornada 15 y uno de los duelos principales fue el de los líderes de la tabla invictos en la temporada, el campeón defensor VfL wolfsburg y el FC Bayern Munich. El partido, que fue el de transmisión por la página de la DFB, se llevó a cabo en Munich. El cuadro local salió con una línea defensiva de cinco y con Vanessa Burki y Katie Stengel en el ataque.

Sermanni names 24 players for upcoming USWNT friendlies vs. China

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Things may not have gone as well as the U.S. Women's National Team would have liked at the Algarve Cup earlier this month, but that has not stopped head coach Tom Sermanni from calling up the majority of the same players for a pair of friendlies in early April.