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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.

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.

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U-20 Star Andrews On Preliminary Mutiny Roster

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New Hampshire native and U.S. Women's National Team U-20 star Morgan Andrews is among 15 players on the New England Mutiny's preliminary 2014 roster, which was released on Monday.

Andrews, who also played for the Mutiny for parts of the past three seasons, will be joined by 2013 All-WPSL selection Sarah Brochu, 2013 WPSL National Championship Best XI honoree Alie Fitzsimmons, 2013 All-WPSL East selection McKenzie Hollenbaugh and leading scorer Tori Sousa.

WPSL: Mutiny Prevail in OT, Earn Spot in Semis

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The New England Mutiny were crowned East Conference champs and earned a trip to the WPSL quarterfinals in the wake of a 3-2 overtime win over the ASA Chesapeake Charge. (Photo: wpsl.info)

The New England Mutiny (8-0-5)booked their tickets to the WPSL Semifinals as a 3-2 overtime win against the ASA ChesapeakeCharge (10-1-2) on Saturday allowed them to claim the East Conference crown.

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[VIDEO] Meet the Gatorade 2013 Athlete of the Year Nominees

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Pretty Tough interviews nominees for the Gatorade 2013 Athlete of the Year Awards on July 16th: Lauren Carlini, Morgan Andrews, Kendell Williams, Carley Hoover, Mercedes Russell and Sarah Baxter at the W Hotel in Hollywood, California. Two of these girls played football in high school!!

Soccer Player Morgan Andrews Chosen As Gatorade Female Athlete Of The Year

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Midfielder Morgan Andrews walked into the media room clutching her Gatorade Athlete of the Year award. And she carried it with her all night long even to the rooftop pool party at the W Hotel in Hollywood after the ceremony.

The incoming Notre Dame freshman was just named the 2012-13 Gatorade National High School Athlete of the Year and it was perhaps the most exciting thing that had happened to the soccer player in her career as a student-athlete.

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U17 US WNT Play Thursday For World Cup Spot

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The U.S. Under-17 Women's National Team stormed through the group stage at the 2012 CONCACAF U-17 Women's Championship to take the top spot in Group B. Now the U.S. players focus on perhaps the most important game of their young careers so far, a match-up with Group A runner-up Panama on Thursday, May 10 at 2:30 p.