The Washington Spirit (1-5-3) fell 2-0 to the Western New York Flash (5-2-2) on Saturday night at the Maryland SoccerPlex.
Maryland SoccerPlex dedicates stadium to Maureen Hendricks prior to kickoff between Spirit and Flash
Before the kickoff of the Washington Spirit-Western New York Flash match Saturday night at the Maryland SoccerPlex, the teams, facility officials and some special guests on hand celebrated the naming of the SoccerPlex’s Championship Stadium after women’s soccer pioneer, Maureen Hendricks.
On a day featuring cool temperatures and clear skies, the Washington Spirit Reserves offense found the conditions at the Maryland SoccerPlex ideal, scoring early and often throughout Saturday afternoon. The Spirit Reserves notched eight goals against the New Jersey Wildcats, extending their win streak to four games.
The Washington Spirit return to the Maryland SoccerPlex on Saturday, June 15 to host the Western New York Flash for their first home match since May 11, a 1-1 draw against the Boston Breakers.