Seattle Reign FC wins the NWSL Shield 31st July 2014
Washington Spirit 2 – 1 FC Kansas City
Becky Sauerbrunn 18′ (FC Kansas City)
Kerstin Garefrekes 49′ (Washington Spirit)
Christine Nairn 67′ (Washington Spirit)
Washington Spirit defeated FC Kansas City, 2-1, on Wednesday night in front of 2,744 fans at Maureen Hendricks Field. Kerstin Garefrekes scores her first goal for the Spirit in the 49th minute.
Houston Dash 1 – 4 Seattle Reign FC
Sydney Leroux 2′ (Seattle Reign FC)
Kim Little 27′ 78′ (Seattle Reign FC)
Megan Rapinoe 48′ (Seattle Reign FC)
Kealia Ohai 56′ (Houston Dash)
Seattle Reign FC secures the NWSL Shield and home field advantage throughout the playoffs after beating the Houston Dash 4 – 1 on Wednesday night in front of 4,862 fans at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas. Kim Little scores two goals bringing her season tally so far this season to fourteen and puts her on top of the goal scorers leader board.
Sky Blue FC 1 – 0 Western New York Flash
Kelley O’Hara 50′ (Sky Blue FC)
Sky Blue FC beat Western New York Flash 1 – 0 on Thursday night in front of 3,471 fans at Yurcak Field in Piscataway, N.J. The only goal of the game coming from Sky Blue’s Kelley O’Hara in the 50th minute.
NWSL Top Goalscorer:
Kim Little – Seattle Reign 14
Jessica McDonald – Portland Thorns FC 11
Jodie Taylor – Washington Spirit 11
Amy Rodriguez – FC Kansas City 11
Allie Long – Portland Thorns FC 9
Lauren Holiday – FC Kansas City 8
Diana Matheson – Washington Spirit 7
Samantha Kerr – Western New York Flash 7
Christine Sinclair – Portland Thorns FC 7
Carli Lloyd – Western New York Flash 7
Nahomi Kawasumi – Seattle Reign 7
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