Washington finished its quick west coast road trip with 1-1 record after a loss to Portland on Sunday. The team now looks forward to a return trip to Boston this weekend in NWSL action.
After a game hiatus since May 25, the Washington Spirit (1-4-3) returns to the Maryland SoccerPlex tonight to take on Western New York (4-2-2), looking to take advantage of missing offensive pieces for the Flash.
U.S. Women's National Team head coach Tom Sermanni has named Washington Spirit defender Ali Krieger and goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris to the 21-player roster that will travel to Toronto in preparation for the team's June 2 match against Canada.
A bevy of goals by Diana Matheson, Ali Krieger, Tiffany McCarty and Tori Huster paced Washington to a 4-2 road win over the winless Reign.
Lori Lindsey scored her first goal of the season to lift Washington to a 1-1 tie with Boston as this time Washington played spoiler for a would-be Boston victory.
A frantic last minute push by the Washington Spirit came up short as Portland held on for the 2-1 road victory in front of a sellout crowd of 5,011 at the Maryland SoccerPlex.
The Washington Spirit are set to host the offensive firepower of Alex Morgan and Christine Sinclair in Saturday’s NWSL match-up with the Portland Thorns at the Maryland SoccerPlex.
After falling behind early, the Spirit managed a first half equalizer by Diana Matheson. But the club was unable to hold off attack-minded Sky Blue FC, suffering its first loss of the season 2-1.
The 1-1 draw is the second consecutive such draw this season for the Spirit, though this felt a bit different than the first.
Spirit fans overcame a choppy, unreliable feed and an awful announcing duo to watch the Spirit draw the Boston Breakers 1-1 in their first NWSL match.
The new league and team announced their complete schedules for the upcoming season, which will kick off Sunday, April 14. We've got all the details here.
The Washington Spirit have announced the signings of two local players, Ingrid Wells and Chantel Jones, announced a new crest for the team, and have let three players go for USWNT camp.
After acquiring defensive players in the NWSL allocation, the Washington Spirit switched their focus to attackers in the NWSL draft.