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  • Sept 16 - NWSL on Loan - Nairn and Huster
    NWSL on loan: Sept. 16 weekend recap

    As the 2014 off-season continues many loaned NWSL players saw their new clubs’ campaigns begin this weekend. Check out our recap of how NWSL players on loan fared in their first games overseas.

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    2014 Fan Voting Results

    The 2014 Spirit Awards, fan-voted, results are in!

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    Fan voting for 2014 Spirit player awards

    Vote for who you think was the best of the best this 2014 season. Fans vote for Defender of the Year, Best New-Comer, Most Valuable Player, and Fan Favorite.

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    Fall Academy registration is open

    The Washington Spirit Academy will host a series of training sessions this fall at the Wheaton Sports Pavilion in Maryland and the NOVA Field House in Virginia.

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    NWSL announce 2015 schedule format

    The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) announced today the League will play a 20-game schedule for the 2015 NWSL season. The NWSL will also a take brief two-week break during the group stages of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.

  • Spirit fall short of NWSL Championship game

    On Sunday evening, the Washington Spirit were defeated 2-1 by the Seattle Reign in the NWSL semi-finals. In a match strikingly similar to the one the teams played on August 9th, the Spirit took a lead, only to have the first place Reign come back in devastating fashion.

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    Spirit look to overthrow the Reign

    What a difference a year makes. Last season, the Washington Spirit and Seattle Reign found themselves at the bottom of the table. In fact, their combined point total, 32, would not have been enough to qualify for the playoffs this year. Now, these teams are ready to battle for a spot against FC Kansas City in the final.

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    Spirit head to Seattle for semi-final battle

    Finishing the regular season at 10-9-5, the Spirit have 35 points. Just a year ago, the Spirit finished in last place, with only three wins and 14 total points. This turnaround has produced an exciting and unpredictable season, which now will continue this weekend in a semi-final battle with number one ranked Seattle Reign FC.

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    National Women’s Soccer League announces 2014 NWSL Awards

    The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) announced today the list of 2014 NWSL Awards featuring the Golden Boot, Most Valuable Player, Defender of the Year, Goalkeeper of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year and Best XI. The 2014 NWSL Awards will be voted upon by owners, general managers, coaches, players and the media.

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    Despite falling 1-0 to Sky Blue FC, Spirit clinch first playoff birth

    Sometimes, losses can be victories. Even with a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Sky Blue FC, the Washington Spirit find themselves in the postseason. Finishing the regular season at 10-9-5, the Spirit have 35 points.