NWPL Update: Seattle Stars, Spokane Shadow clinch playoff spots

The race for the playoffs in the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) was served a six-pack of matches over the June 17-18 weekend. The results are in for all six games but the race to the final four playoff spots is still ongoing. The "magic number" of standings points to clinch a spot is 15. Seattle... Continue Reading →

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NWPL Update: Shock battling back into race

The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) saw four matches played over the June 3-4 weekend. Puyallup's Washington Premier South Sound continued their season comeback with a big win at Twin City Union. Wenatchee side NCW Alliance suffered back-to-back blow out losses. Washington Timbers 0-0 Olympic Force VANCOUVER, WA--- The Washington Timbers (2-2-1) and Olympic Force (0-3-2)... Continue Reading →

Northwest Premier League returns Sunday with two new teams, new playoff format

https://www.facebook.com/NWPremierLeague/videos/1271170156269512/ The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) was founded in January of 2016 and returns on Sunday with three matches, two new teams and a new format as the statewide adult women's soccer league looks to build on it's hashtag slogan #FastForward. The Northwest Premier League has adjusted its format in light of two new clubs... Continue Reading →

NWPL: Twin City Union tops Olympic Force

CENTRALIA, WA--- The Twin City Union defeated the Olympic Force 2-0 on Friday night July 1 at Tiger Stadium in the only NWPL match scheduled for the holiday weekend. Ellie Quercia scored both goals for the Union. Olivia Brock got the shut out in goal. Read a match report from Lewis County Sports here.  

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