National Women’s Soccer League 2014

Seattle Reign FC win and Kim Little leads top Goalscorer


Sky Blue FC 0 – 5 FC Kansas City

Goals From:

Erika Tymrak 2′ (FC Kansas City)

Lauren Holiday 9′ (FC Kansas City)

Sarah Hagen 20′ 42′ (FC Kansas City)

Amy Rodriguez 90+1′ (FC Kansas City)

Attendance: 1349

FC Kansas City beat Sky Blue FC 5 – 0 on Sunday evening in front of 1,349 fans at Yurcak Fieldin Piscataway, N.J. Second place in the league Kansas City had four goal scorers throughout the night. Erika Tymrak 2nd minute, Sarah Hagen 20th + 42nd minute, Lauren Holiday 9th minute and Amy Rodriguez in the 90+1 minute. Sarah Hagen started her first match for FC Kansas City and scored two goals.

Seattle Reign FC 3 – 2 Boston Breakers

Goals From:

Courtney Jones 19′ (Boston Breakers)

Nahomi Kawasumi 56′ 83′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Kim Little 77′ (Seattle Reign FC)

Katie Schoepfer 78′ (Boston Breakers)

Attendance: 3705

Seattle Reign FC beat Boston Breakers 3 – 2 on Sunday evening in front of 3,705 fans at Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium in Seattle, Wash. Defender Courtney Jones opened the scoring for Boston in the 19th minute. Despite giving up the first goal for the seventh time in the last nine games, three second half goals two from forward Nahomi Kawasumi  and one from Kim Little gave Seattle the win.


NWSL Top Goalscorer:

Kim Little – Seattle Reign 12

Amy Rodriguez – FC Kansas City 10

Jodie Taylor – Washington Spirit 9

Jessica McDonald – Portland Thorns FC  9

Lauren Holiday – FC Kansas City  7

Diana Matheson – Washington Spirit 6

Carli Lloyd – Western New York Flash 6

Samantha Kerr – Western New York Flash  6

Allie Long – Portland Thorns FC  5

Katy Freels – Sky Blue FC  5

Nahomi Kawasumi – Seattle Reign 5

Jennifer Hoy – Chicago Red Stars 4

Abby Wambach – Western New York Flash  4

Lianne Sanderson – Boston Breakers  4
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