National Women’s Soccer League 2014

National Womens Soccer League 2014 Day 1 Results


Houston Dash 0 – 1 Portland Thorns FC

Goals From:

Allie Long 24′ (Portland Thorns FC)

Attendance: 8097

Allie Long scored the only goal of the game in the 24th minute. Nadine Angerer helped register a shutout as defending-National Women’s Soccer League champions Portland Thorns FC opened the 2014 regular season with a 1-0 a win against the Houston Dash in front of 8,097 fans at BBVA Compass Stadium.

FC Kansas City 1 – 1 Sky Blue FC

Goals From:

Amy Rodriguez 42′ (FC Kansas City)

Katy Freels 48′ (Sky Blue FC)

Attendance: 3107

Sky Blue FC earned their first point of the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) season with a 1 – 1 draw against FC Kansas City in front of 3,107 fans at Verizon Wireless Field at Durwood Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Amy Rodriguez put Kansas City in front on the 42nd minute and Sky Blue midfielder Katy Freels scored the equalizer in the 48th minute to level the match.



Washington Spirit 1 – 3 Western New York Flash

Goals From:

Vicky Losada 15′ 67′ (Western New York Flash)

Christine Nairn 50′ (Washington Spirit)

Brittany Taylor 54′ (Western New York Flash)

Attendance: 2306

The Western New York Flash beat the Washington Spirit 3 – 1 Sunday in front of 2,306 fans at Maureen Hendricks Field in Boyds, Md. Vicky Losada, who was signed by the Western New York Flash entering the 2014 season, scored twice 15th minute and the 67th minute. Christine Nairn scored a goal in the 50th minute to level the score at 1 – 1 and Brittany Taylor got the third goal for the Flash in the 54th minute.



Seattle Reign FC 3 – 0 Boston Breakers

Goals From:

Kim Little 49′ 54′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Megan Rapinoe 88′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Attendance: 2606

Seattle Reign FC beat the Boston Breakers 3 – 0 in front of 2,606 fans at Moda Health Pitch in Seattle. Scottish international Forward Kim Little scored a penalty in the 49th minute and added a second goal in the 54th minute, and Megan Rapinoe capped the scoring in the 88th minute to give the Reign the win.




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