Week 7: Stars Remain Unbeaten, Capital Clinches Bye, Shakeup For 5th and 6th

It was a big weekend for the league leaders with Capital FC Atletica facing both the Seattle Stars and Washington Premier, and it was also a big weekend for five teams chasing the final two playoff… Source: Week 7: Stars Remain Unbeaten, Capital Clinches Bye, Shakeup For 5th and 6th Continue reading Week 7: Stars Remain Unbeaten, Capital Clinches Bye, Shakeup For 5th and 6th

2019 NWPL Team Capsules

The Northwest Premier League kicks off their fourth season on Saturday with four week one games beginning with Capital FC Atletica hosting Yakima United in Salem. Source: 2019 NWPL Team Capsules The Seattle Stars are the defending NWPL champions and have been busy adding a plethora of players to their roster and looked poised for a repeat. But the Washington Timbers will surely have something to say about it, along with many others. Four of the nine teams have new head coaches including the Timbers, who won the league in 2017 and were finalists last season. The league also features … Continue reading 2019 NWPL Team Capsules

Washington Timbers Women’s First Team prepares for season opener | ClarkCountyToday.com

Current and former college soccer players have a club team of their own in Clark County Source: Washington Timbers Women’s First Team prepares for season opener | ClarkCountyToday.com The Timbers begin their 2019 season Sunday on the road in Wenatchee. Their home opener is May 18, with all home matches to be played at Harmony Sports Complex at NE 18th Street and NE 192nd Avenue. Continue reading Washington Timbers Women’s First Team prepares for season opener | ClarkCountyToday.com

NCW Alliance announce new Head Coach Alvaro Rodriguez

WENATCHEE, Wash.— North Central Washington Alliance Football Club announces that Alvaro Rodriguez has been named the new Head Coach of the Women’s soccer team competing in the Northwest Premier League (NWPL). Rodriguez replaces outgoing coach Jamie Richards who recently stepped down from the post. Read the release here: http://www.ncwalliancefc.com/ncw-alliance-announce-new-head-coach-alvaro-rodriguez/ Continue reading NCW Alliance announce new Head Coach Alvaro Rodriguez

Oly-Pen Force and Tacoma Narrows FC schedule indoor women’s match

BREMERTON, WA— The Oly-Pen Force and Tacoma Narrows FC might have anticipated meeting next year in men’s pre-season action with their EPLWA (Force) and WWPL (Narrows) men’s clubs. But they aren’t waiting around until then. Instead the clubs are getting … Continue reading Oly-Pen Force and Tacoma Narrows FC schedule indoor women’s match

“Olympic Peninsula Force” reveal new name, updated crest

The Olympic Sports Center and the Olympic Force recently announced that the indoor center at Pendergast Park in Bremerton will be renamed as Olympic Peninsula Sports (or Oly-Pen Sports); the Olympic Force soccer club will officially be renamed Olympic Peninsula Force (or Oly-Pen Force). Both Oly-Pen Sports and Oly-Pen Force will use the same logo going forward (pictured above). On the club website the Force stated: We are making these changes for two main reasons. First we feel that “Oly-Pen” more completely describes the community area of the entire Olympic Peninsula. As we are striving to help and support the … Continue reading “Olympic Peninsula Force” reveal new name, updated crest

Shadow out of NPSL playoffs, remain alive for EPLWA post season berth

SPOKANE, WA—Despite numerous second half chances to pull even, it was a devastating night for the Shadow First Team Saturday evening at SFCC as FCM Portland handed their first loss, 2-1, in the opening round of the playoffs. As the game concluded, though, a dose of good news came from down south where Tri-Cities Alliance fell in its season finale, leaving the door open for the Shadow U23s to win the Columbia Division and make the EPLWA playoffs. Read entire release here. Continue reading Shadow out of NPSL playoffs, remain alive for EPLWA post season berth

Pumas fall to FCM Portland, miss out on playoffs

BREMERTON, Wash. — After the final whistle, Mike Scharf paced the turf of Gordon Field, staring unseeing into the trees that circle the facility. The Pumas last hopes of earning a playoff berth this season were gone, all that was left was for the Kitsap captain was to think about what might have been. “Most of all, I was thinking about the fight the guys put not only in this game, but all season,” Scharf said. “The effort was always there.” On this night, that effort and fight wasn’t enough. FC Mulhouse Portland earned its third victory over the Pumas … Continue reading Pumas fall to FCM Portland, miss out on playoffs