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Orlando Pride Provides Preseason Roster Update

March 18, 2019 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Orlando Pride News Release

ORLANDO, Fla. - At the start of its third week of the 2019 National Women's Soccer League preseason, Orlando Pride has announced its updated preseason roster. The Pride will continue camp with 26 players, having seen the return of seven players from international duty as well as the addition of a pair of non-roster invitees.

Chioma Ubogagu has returned to Orlando, fresh off a SheBelieves Cup victory with England, as well as U.S. Women's National Team players Alex Morgan and Ashlyn Harris, and Brazilian Marta. Australians Alanna Kennedy and Emily van Egmond are back for another preseason with the Pride with a Cup of Nations championship in tow, along with Canadian defender Shelina Zadorsky who finished in third place of the Algarve Cup at the beginning of March.

Orlando opens the 2019 season on Sunday, April 14 when Portland Thorns FC visits Orlando City Stadium. Fans interested in purchasing tickets to any Pride home games can find more information at orlando-pride.com/tickets or by calling (855) ORL-CITY.

2019 Orlando Pride Preseason Roster:

GOALKEEPERS (3): Lainey Burdett (NRI), Ashlyn Harris, Haley Kopmeyer

DEFENDERS (6): Alika Keene (NRI), Alanna Kennedy, Ali Krieger, Carson Pickett, Toni Pressley, Shelina Zadorsky

MIDFIELDERS (9): Joanna Boyles (NRI), Bridget Callahan (NRI), Kristen Edmonds, Abby Elinsky (NRI), Erin Greening (CDP), Leah Mohammadi (NRI), Emily van Egmond, Marisa Viggiano (CDP), Dani Weatherholt

FORWARDS (8): Danica Evans, Caitlin Farrell (NRI), Rachel Hill, Sydney Leroux, Camila Martins Pereira (NYR), Alex Morgan, Chioma Ubogagu, Marta Vieira da Silva

Key:

CDP - 2019 NWSL College Draft pick

NRI - Non-Roster Invitee

NYR - Not Yet Reported to Camp


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