No. 1 WWU Vikings open season with a win

BELMONT, CA ---The No. 1-ranked and defending national champion Western Washington University women’s soccer team opened the 2017 season with a 3-1 road victory over Notre Dame de Namur Thursday afternoon at Koret Field. The Vikings (1-0) wasted little time getting on the scoreboard first, when sophomore forward Liv Larson (Arlington, WA) scored two minutes... Continue Reading →

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Reign FC add Aussie goalkeeper Lydia Williams

SEATTLE, WA --- Seattle Reign FC announced today the club has acquired Australian international goalkeeper Lydia Williams from the Houston Dash in exchange for a second-round draft pick in the 2018 NWSL College Draft. Seattle collected the draft pick from the Boston Breakers in a separate transaction. Williams joined the Dash in 2016, where she... Continue Reading →

Inaugural applicant markets announced for new US Pro third division soccer league

Chicago (Wednesday, August 30, 2017) – The National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), a new independent third division professional soccer league, announced eight markets today that have submitted applications to be part of the league’s inaugural season in 2018 (or 2019) subject to US Soccer sanctioning, which is part of the process to launch a professional soccer... Continue Reading →

PICTURE PERFECT: Sounders versus Timbers

Seattle Sounders FC lengthened their unbeaten string to 11 matches with a 1-1 draw against Portland Timbers FC on August 27 at CenturyLink Field. The match was witnessed by 52,000 fans. On the sidelines was goalWA.net photographer Jeff Halstead. Check out his match gallery at Facebook.com/goalWA!

PICTURE PERFECT: Reign versus Thorns

Seattle Reign FC hosted the Portland Thorns in NWSL action on Saturday afternoon August 26 at Memorial Stadium. The Reign lost the match to the Thorns, 2-1. Rick Edelman took photos for goalWA.net and you can see nearly 100 shots at Facebook.com/goalWA!

Huskies get two in second half to top LMU

SEATTLE,WA --- The No. 11 University of Washington men's soccer team scored two second-half goals to defeat Loyola Marymount 2-0 on Friday afternoon at Husky Soccer Field. The Huskies improved to 2-0-0 on the season while Loyola Marymount fell to 0-1-1. Washington controlled possession of the ball during the first half and held a 7-2... Continue Reading →

Seattle U blanks New Mexico

SEATTLE, WA--- Seattle University men's soccer turned closed out its opening weekend of play with a second straight 1-0 shutout, this time over No. 20 New Mexico, as the home win streak stretched to 18 straight Sunday evening at Championship Field. Nathan Aune was the man of the match this time around, scoring on a... Continue Reading →

Zags claim double overtime win at Bradley

PEORIA, IL--- The Gonzaga Bulldogs led Bradley on the road heading into the 87th minute, before Bradley tied the match and sent it to double-overtime, but Austin Giftopoulos cleaned up a pinball corner kick off Jalen Crisler and Ben White to seal the 2-1 season-opening win on Sunday afternoon. The Zags were playing the Braves... Continue Reading →

Camas High featured in youth soccer story

The Camas-Washougal Post-Record recently checked in with the defending 4A WIAA soccer champion girls of Camas High School as they worked with local youth players. Read the story here. “It’s awesome because Camas is a family. Us girls; we’re sisters. It’s cool to share our passion, and let them know that they’re involved with us... Continue Reading →

Vikings down Loggers in preseason finale

BELLINGHAM, WA--- The Western Washington University men’s soccer team scored twice late in the first half en route to a 2-0 victory over visiting Puget Sound on Saturday evening at Harrington Field during the final exhibition preseason game for the Vikings. WWU took the lead in the 40th minute when sophomore forward Christian Rotter (Auburn,... Continue Reading →

Over 6,000 see Reign fall to Portland

SEATTLE, WA – In the final regular season meeting with rival Portland Thorns FC, Seattle Reign FC fell 2-1 at home at Memorial Stadium in front of a crowd of 6,041. This marks the first time in club history Reign FC has lost in consecutive matches at Memorial Stadium. Match Gallery: by Rick Edelman for... Continue Reading →

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