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WPSL Week in Review: Rain score 14 in two games, young FC St. George side tops Utah

By Kaeley McEvoy

As the opening month of the WPSL came to a close this Memorial Day weekend, the league saw competition increase greatly in the Big Sky and East-Mid-Atlantic conferences. Although a majority of the league took a hiatus this past weekend to celebrate the holiday, or more likely to get a few more training sessions in before the opening weekend of June, other teams used this weekend as an opportunity for double headers to get a leg up on the competition. (more…)

WPSL Week in Review: Season debuts and multi-goal games highlight weekend

By Kaeley McEvoy

In the second weekend of WPSL play, more than 25 games were played, which included the debut of some of the season’s newest teams, a few out of conference games, and the openers for Big Sky North and Sunshine Conference, the second week of action left plenty of room for surprises, upsets, and triumphs for all WPSL teams. (more…)

Former FC Gold Pride midfielder Rosie Tantillo signs with San Diego SeaLions

By Kaeley McEvoy

On Thursday, the San Diego SeaLions of the WPSL Pacific Conference announced the signing of former FC Gold Pride (WPS) midfielder Rosie Tantillo. Tantillo joins the SeaLions after helping lead her former club to the WPS Championship in 2010. Tantillo has also gained experience playing for the Pali Blues and Buffalo Flash in the W-League along with the U-21 and U-23 Women’s National Teams. (more…)

Former Atlanta Beat players Kristina Larsen and Vendula Strnadova find new home

On Tuesday, Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) announced that the Atlanta Beat had released forward Kristina Larsen and midfielder Vendula Strnadova. Late Wednesday night, Orange County Waves General Manager Terry Foley confirmed that the Waves, of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), signed both Larsen and Strnadova. (more…)

WPSL kicks off 15th season

By Kaeley McEvoy

The largest women’s soccer league in the world, the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), kicked off its 15th season this weekend. With 65 teams spanning five divisions across the entire United States, the WPSL looks to have one of its most entertaining seasons since its establishment in 1998. The addition of nine extremely competitive teams such as the Bay Area Breeze, West Coast Wildkatz, F.C Bucks, Minnesota Kings, Chicago Red Stars, Albany Alleycats, F.C Dallas, Arkansas Comets and Tampa Bay Hellenic serves to heighten the already narrow race for the championship in each division. (more…)

Chioma Igwe to SC Freiburg

Former Boston Breakers and Chicago Red Stars midfielder Chioma Igwe has signed a two-year contract to play for SC Freiburg, a German club recently promoted to Bundesliga after finishing first in the South Division of 2. Bundesliga this past season. Igwe will join SC Freiburg at the end of June 2011. Until then, she will play for the Bay Area Breeze of Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). (more…)