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NJ/NY Gotham FC Earns Point on the Road against Orlando Pride

NWSL NJ/NY Gotham FC June 20, 2021 - ORLANDO, Fla. - NJ/NY Gotham FC faced the Orlando Pride for the first time during the regular season on a hot and humid evening at Exploria Stadium. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw with goals from fullbacks Caprice Dydasco and Courtney Petersen. With the draw, Orlando remains at the top of the table and Gotham FC holds steady in fourth place with 8 points in five games played. The first half was a back and forth affair with both teams having looks on goal. The stalemate was finally broken in the last minutes of the first ... Full Story

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Pride Maintain Unbeaten Streak on Courtney Petersen's First Career Goal

NWSL Orlando Pride June 20, 2021 - ORLANDO, Fla. - Second-year defender Courtney Petersen scored her first career goal on Sunday night, a 90th minute equalizer, to lead the Orlando Pride (3-0-3, 12 points) to a 1-1 draw with visiting NJ/NY Gotham FC (2-1-2, 8 points). With the point, the Pride's unbeaten streak reaches six-straight to start the regular season, and eight total dating back to the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup. Despite going down 1-0 near the end of the first half, the Pride continued pushing and eventually found the equalizer in the final minutes ... Full Story

Thorns FC Earn 1-0 Shutout Victory over KC NWSL

NWSL Portland Thorns FC June 20, 2021 - PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland Thorns FC earned a 1-0 shutout victory over KC NWSL on Sunday afternoon at Providence Park. Simone Charley provided the game-winner in first-half stoppage time to help Portland secure its third consecutive shutout victory. Adrianna Franch finished the match with five saves, recording her fourth shutout of the campaign. Clean Sheet Streak Portland earned its third consecutive clean sheet in today's match, registering its fourth shutout in six regular-season matches in 2021. Notably, Thorns FC h... Full Story

Salmon's Debut Heroics Boost Racing Past Houston Dash

NWSL Racing Louisville FC June 20, 2021 - All of 20 years old, Ebony Salmon recently arrived to Louisville with plenty of promise. It took her less than 60 seconds to start living up to it. The new Racing Louisville FC forward came on as a 71st-minute substitution Sunday and scored nearly instantly thanks to a nifty bit of footwork, sparking her new side to a 1-0 victory over the Houston Dash at Lynn Family Stadium. Salmon, named England's FA Women's Super League Young Player of the Year by the Athletic exiting the 2020-2021 season with Bristol City, was annou... Full Story

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Ifeoma Onumonu of NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. the Orlando Pride
Ifeoma Onumonu of NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. the Orlando Pride
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