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Orlando Pride Announces 2020 End of Season Roster Statuses

October 30, 2020 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Orlando Pride News Release

ORLANDO, Fla. - Following the conclusion of its fifth season, the Orlando Pride have announced the contract status for each member of its 2020 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) roster.

The Pride will retain the rights of 23 players by extending new contract offers to eight players and exercising options on six players, while four players are already under contract for the 2021 season. The Club also retains the NWSL playing rights of five Federation players in Ashlyn Harris (USA), Ali Krieger (USA), Alex Morgan (USA), Emily Sonnett (USA) and Shelina Zadorsky (CAN). 2021 Federation player statuses will be announced at a later date.

In addition, the Pride have waived forward Abby Elinsky as well as defenders Julie King and Morgan Reid.

Orlando Pride Contract Status (as of Oct. 30, 2020):

Kristen Edmonds: Extending New Contract Offer

Abby Elinsky: Waived

Claire Emslie: Extending New Contract Offer

Ashlyn Harris: Federation Player (USA)

Alanna Kennedy: Extending New Contract Offer

Julie King: Waived

Taylor Kornieck: Exercising Option

Ali Krieger: Federation Player (USA)

Sydney Leroux: Extending New Contract Offer

Camila Martins Pereira: Extending New Contract Offer

Erin McLeod: Exercising Option

Jade Moore: Exercising Option

Alex Morgan: Federation Player (USA)

Courtney Petersen: Under Contract for 2021

Carson Pickett: Exercising Option

Konya Plummer: Under Contract for 2021

Toni Pressley: Extending New Contract Offer

Morgan Reid: Waived

Ali Riley: Exercising Option

Emily Sonnett: Federation Player (USA)

Emily van Egmond: Extending New Contract Offer

Marta Vieira da Silva: Exercising Option

Marisa Viggiano: Extending New Contract Offer

Chelsee Washington: Under Contract for 2021

Brittany Wilson: Under Contract for 2021

Shelina Zadorsky: Federation Player (CAN)

Note: Contracts for players signed to Short Term Contracts expired following the conclusion of the 2020 Fall Series.


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