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Orlando Pride vs. North Carolina Courage: Final Score 0-0 as Pride Gets Road Result

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After not playing for almost a year, the Orlando Pride were finally able to get their first game in 2020 in a 0-0 draw on the road against the North Carolina Courage. Lynn Williams and Orlando rookie Carrie Lawrence both hit the frame of the goal but nothing went in as the teams split the points in Cary, NC. For the Pride (0-0-1, 1 point), getting a road result against a Courage team (1-0-1, 4 points) that had beaten them six times in a row is not a bad result — especially in the Pride’s first match of the year with a lineup that included several rookies.

“I can’t be prouder of the team’s effort,” Pride Head Coach Marc Skinner said after the match. “North Carolina are a changed team, I take nothing away from that. But the ability to take your physicality and play it on the pitch and then make sure that you control the spaces that they’re so dangerous in — I thought we did a wonderful job today.”

Skinner went with veteran goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris behind an experienced center back pairing of Ali Krieger and Tony Pressley, with rookies Carrie Lawrence and Courtney Petersen outside at the fullback positions. Marisa Viggiano and Jordyn Listro played the central midfield, with Marta and Kristen Edmonds dropping deep to help. Sydney Leroux and Abby Elinsky led the line in a formation that was announced as a 4-2-3-1 but played more like a 4-4-2 for the most part.

Orlando looked good early on and had some chances early in the match. Lawrence was sent down the right side of the box in the seventh minute and hit either a shot that went wide or a cross too far out in front of her teammates.

The Courage went with three defenders at the back and six midfielders, which compressed the field and helped the hosts take more possession of the game. A ball over the top for Lynn Williams looked to be trouble but Harris came way outside her area to get to it first. She made a mess of the clearance attempt, but Krieger was there to bail her out in the 16th minute.

Still, there were some decent looks for Orlando. Leroux got her head on a cross in the 25th minute but popped it up for an easy catch by North Carolina goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe. Three minutes later, Labbe was well positioned to catch another Leroux header — this time on goal off a set piece cross.

Leroux again got her head onto a cross in the 32nd minute when Listro found some space on the right and sent it in. The striker couldn’t direct the chance on target, however.

Ryan Williams fired a shot from out on the right flank in the 37th minute but it was no trouble for Harris. Debinha had a chance in the 42nd minute with a shot from a corner kick but Lawrence did just enough to cause her shot to go wide.

That was the last good opportunity of the first half and the teams went to the break without a goal. North Carolina led in shots (6-3), but Orlando had more on target (2-1). The Courage also led in corners (5-2), passing percentage (79.5%-73.6%), and possession (52.3%-47.7%).

The Courage came out flying to start the second half, looking for the breakthrough. Debinha nearly got in behind in the first minute of the second half but Lawrence did some good last-ditch defending to break it up. Debinha then sent a shot high over the bar in the 47th minute on a corner kick, as Orlando failed to find the crafty Brazilian on set pieces far too often in this game.

Lauren Milliet sent a header right at Harris in the 50th minute for an easy save, but the Courage nearly scored just moments later. Milliet sent in a cross to Debinha in the 53rd minute and it looked like a sure goal but Harris made a huge save with her right leg to keep the game level.

Milliet fired high again in the 55th minute as the Courage kept the pressure on.

But Marta showed some magic in the 58th minute with a spin move on the left side, fizzing a cross toward Leroux at the back post, but Labbe was able to grab it.

Lynn Williams created another chance in the 62nd minute by splitting two defenders and turning Pressley inside out, but she hit the near post with a left-footed shot.

Deneisha Blackwood came on for Elinsky, making her Pride debut, and she created some chances in her first few minutes, first winning a corner and then finding Marta in traffic but the Brazilian couldn’t get her header on target in the 66th minute. Two minutes later, Blackwood fizzed a cross into the area and Edmonds was just inches from getting onto it in front of goal.

Leroux played the role of provider in the Pride’s best scoring chance of the day in the 71st minute. Her cross to the back post found Lawrence wide open but the right back’s shot slammed off the crossbar.

“I just wanted to get good contact on the ball but I should have just placed it,” Lawrence said. “I put more power into it than I needed to. It could have just hit my leg and deflected in. But I saw it coming. I knew it was a good opportunity, obviously, to score but…pretty unlucky off the bar. But that won’t happen again.”

The Pride seemed to lose their legs a bit after that, as the lack of game minutes caught up to Orlando. It was more about survival in the final 15 minutes plus stoppage time than getting a winner.

The most dangerous moment came in the 80th minute, when Debinha released Lynn Williams down the right side. With a runner coming to the back post, Williams crossed it in front of goal, where it somehow squirted through Harris and trickled toward goal. Lawrence got there in the nick of time to clear it off the line and prevent the go-ahead goal.

“They always crash the back post. For sure I knew there’s gonna be a player coming,” Lawrence said. “And there was contact on it and I saw it just kind of roll past Ash, I think. And I knew Danica (Evans) was coming, so it was just last-minute defending and I just cleared it.”

After that, the Pride survived a few late set pieces and the whistle blew on a hard-fought road draw. North Carolina led in shots (18-6), shots on goal (4-2), corners (8-4), and passing accuracy (77.1%-72.8%), but the Pride managed to eke out a slight advantage in possession (50.9%-49.1%).

It was Orlando’s first clean sheet since July 20, 2019 against Sky Blue FC at home. It was the first time ever that the teams have drawn, as the Pride’s record now stands at 2-7-1 in all competitions against North Carolina (1-4-1 on the road).

“I was happy with the moments we created,” Skinner said. “I’d like to create more with the players that we have, you know, with Syd and Marta and so on in those advanced positions. But it’s really, really important that we continue this growth of the mental stability and the mental side of the game. We have to be tougher. We have to be better at one-v-ones. We have to be better on our defensive situations.”

“I thought we battled really hard,” Leroux said. “Our defense was great, the rookies were great. So, I’m just really happy that I got to be on the field with them.”


The Orlando Pride will again be on the road next week, taking on the NWSL Challenge Cup champion Houston Dash next Saturday at 8:30 p.m.

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Orlando Pride Sign Midfielder Summer Yates to New Contract

The Pride have signed midfielder Summer Yates to a new two-year deal though 2025 with a mutual option for 2026.

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The Orlando Pride announced this afternoon that the club has signed midfielder Summer Yates to a new contract. The deal keeps the second-year professional in Orlando through the 2025 NWSL season with a mutual option for 2026.

“Summer’s growth over the last season has been evident, and her contributions on the field this year are a clear result of the work and dedication she has put into both herself and the team,” Pride Vice President of Soccer Operations and General Manager Haley Carter said in a club press release. “She is incredibly deserving of this new contract, and we are thrilled to reward her with it. We’re excited to see what Summer will achieve over her career here in Orlando and thankful to have her as part of our club for the foreseeable future.”

While many thought Yates would be a first- or second-round selection in the 2023 NWSL Draft, the University of Washington product dropped to the fourth round, where the Pride took her with the third pick (39th overall). It was seen by some as possibly the steal of the draft. Despite her low selection, the club signed her to a two-year deal with an option for 2025 on March 7, 2023.

Yates played sparingly during her rookie season, primarily seeing time during the NWSL Challenge Cup. However, she’s had a breakout year during her sophomore campaign, becoming a key contributor to the team. After making 10 league appearances in 2023, she’s made 15 appearances this year with 11 starts, scoring four goals.

The 24-year-old made her professional debut on March 26, 2023, coming on for Marta in the 53rd minute of the season-opening 4-0 loss to the Portland Thorns. She made 10 appearances and recorded 108 minutes in league play a year ago. The rookie was more prominent in the NWSL Challenge Cup, appearing in six games (two starts), while recording 259 minutes and two assists.

This year, Yates came on in the 70th minute of the season-opening 2-2 draw against Racing Louisville for Morgan Gautrat, scoring the equalizing goal in the 86th minute. She earned her first start on April 12 in a 1-0 win over the Utah Royals. Following her late goal that secured a point in the season opener, Yates scored the lone goal of a 1-0 win over San Diego Wave FC on April 19 and converted the eventual game-winning penalty against the Washington Spirit on April 26. Those performances have earned her the opportunity to extend her stay in Orlando.

“I am so honored to be staying in Orlando,” Yates said in the club’s release. “From day one, this organization has believed in me and helped me develop my game in so many ways. This team is so special, and I am grateful that I get to continue to be a part of it. Vamos Pride!”

Prior to being drafted by the Pride, Yates was the playmaker of the Washington Huskies. She made 93 appearances (86 starts) during her collegiate career, scoring 27 goals and recording 23 assists in five years. She was named to the All-Pac-12 team four times, Second Team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches, and twice named to the All-Pacific Region Team.

Internationally, Yates has appeared on the United States U-20 Women’s National Team, helping the side win the 2020 U-20 Concacaf Championship.

What It Means for Orlando

Yates was a low-risk and high-reward draft pick for the Pride. She was expected to go in the low first round or early second round, but continued to fall as the draft continued. Fortunately for Orlando, she was still available in the fourth round, where the Pride were able to take what might be the steal of the draft.

It was tough to judge Yates with her limited playing time in 2023, but she’s taken a major leap this season. She had the tough task of replacing Marta and Adriana earlier in the year when the Brazilians were out, taking advantage of those opportunities. She’s also been asked to take on more defensive roles due to multiple injuries to defensive midfielders.

Marta is currently on the final year of a two-year deal, so this could be the final season for the 38-year-old superstar. When the Pride captain does decide to end her career, Yates is an option to take over the number 10 role. She’s proven she can play the position and, at only 24 years old, still has room to grow.

Regardless of her future role in the team, Yates has proven this year that she can be a key contributor. The Pride’s recent success has been based on hitting on several trades and draft picks, both by Carter and former general manager Ian Fleming. Yates is another one of those good selections and has now dedicated herself to the Pride for the near future.

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Orlando Pride Sign Midfielder Cori Dyke to New Contract

The Pride have signed rookie midfielder Cori Dyke to a new deal through 2025 with a mutual option for 2026.

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The Orlando Pride announced this afternoon that the club has signed rookie midfielder Cori Dyke to a new contract. The deal runs through the 2025 NWSL season with a mutual option for 2026.

“Cori has stepped up and contributed in big moments this season, playing with composure and professionalism well beyond her years. Her versatility has been a very important part of our team, as well as her commitment to growing and learning each day,” Pride Vice President of Soccer Operations and General Manager Haley Carter said in a club press release. “We’re happy to be able to provide her with the support and environment she needs to continue her growth as a player, and to also see her continue as an important piece of what we are building here in Orlando.”

Dyke was selected by the Pride with the eighth pick of the second round (22nd overall) in the 2024 NWSL Draft. She was subsequently signed to a one-year deal on March 11, ensuring she would be on the team this year. The 23-year-old midfielder was an unused sub on March 22 against Angel City and wasn’t in the team until April 26 when she came on in the 81st minute in a 3-2 win over the Washington Spirit at Audi Field. However, she’s since become a regular for the team, taking part in every game since. The rookie has made 11 appearances this season with one start and recorded 269 minutes.

The one-year deal she signed in March was an audition to see if she would be a part of the team in the future. Pride Head Coach Seb Hines has spoken glowingly about the midfielder and used her more and more as the season has gone on. Those performances have earned her a new deal that could keep her in Orlando for another two years.

“I couldn’t be more excited about this new contract and to be staying in Orlando,” Dyke said in the club’s release. “I am so grateful to the staff and my fellow teammates for my experience thus far. I know I will only continue to grow and learn more from them while in this environment. This really is a special group and I feel blessed to continue to be a part of it.”

Prior to being drafted by the Pride, Dyke played five years for the Penn State Nittany Lions, gaining an extra year of eligibility due to the global pandemic. She made 108 appearances (all starts), scoring nine goals and recording nine assists in her collegiate career. During her senior season, she moved to center back and was named Big Ten Defender of the Year while helping Penn State to a league-best nine goals conceded in 17 games. For her success at the collegiate level in both academics and athletics, Dyke recently was named Penn State’s female Big Ten Medal of Honor winner for the 2023-2024 academic year.

At the international level, Dyke has competed for the U.S. Women’s National Team at the U-14 through U-23 levels, including winning the 2017 CFA Tournament with the U-19 side.

What It Means for Orlando

The Pride have built a strong side the last few years, enabling them to reach the top of the NWSL standings. Now, the goal for Hines and Carter is to keep those players together. While Dyke is unlikely to start much for the Pride during these next two years, she’s done well in her role as a substitute, coming on late to help the team see out games.

Dyke is a defensive-minded midfielder that can slide back into the back line when needed. That versatility is valued by Hines and Carter and has been crucial to the Pride’s success this season. Her former college and current Pride teammate, Kerry Abello, played in the attacking midfield until this year, when she moved back to left back, with Kylie Strom taking a central role. Dyke’s ability to play in the midfield or on the back line makes her valuable to the team.

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Orlando Pride vs. Kansas City Current: Final Score 2-1 as Pride Win Battle of Undefeated Teams

Despite going down to 10 players in the first half, the Orlando Pride beat the Kansas City Current on the road.

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The Orlando Pride (11-0-5, 38 points) went on the road and handed the Kansas City Current (10-1-5, 35 points) their first loss of the season, winning 2-1 at CPKC Stadium in Kansas City. The Pride’s Barbra Banda and the Current’s Temwa Chawinga — the two top scorers in the NWSL — traded goals in the first half, and Marta scored the winner with a penalty kick in the second half.

Orlando was reduced to 10 players in the 42nd minute after Carrie Lawrence received her second yellow card, but the Pride were still able to win their 11th game of the season, claiming the battle of the league’s last two remaining unbeaten teams. The result extended the Pride’s unbeaten streak this season to 16 games — 17 dating back to last year’s season finale — and they are now first in the league standings.

Pride Head Coach Seb Hines made one change to the lineup that won 3-0 against Angel City FC, with Angelina replacing Haley McCutcheon in the midfield. It was Angelina’s first start since undergoing an arthroscopic procedure on her knee on May 9. Anna Moorhouse started in goal behind a back line of Kerry Abello, Kylie Strom, Emily Sams, and Lawrence. Julie Doyle, Angelina, Summer Yates, and Adriana made up the midfield, while Marta played a bit further up the pitch with Banda up top.

The Pride wasted no time in attacking and created the game’s first chance in the second minute. Banda charged toward the end line on the right and her shot forced a save from Current goalkeeper Adrianna Franch. Orlando cycled the rebound around until it wound up at the feet of Angelina, who took a low, driven shot from distance that Franch was able to gather.

It was just the start of a frantic battle between the league’s top offenses, as the match featured plenty of counterattacking. The duel between Strom and Michelle Cooper was one to watch up and down the wing and highlighted the back-and-forth nature of the match. Strom defended well against Cooper, but the 21-year-old had the Current’s first real chance in the sixth minute when a decent cross found her in the box, only for her to send it over the bar. Abello then went the other way, winning a corner after her cross was blocked.

Another important battle between individual players was Lawrence’s defense against Chawinga. It was just Lawrence’s second start this season after her injury in last year’s preseason, and stopping Chawinga is arguably the toughest assignment in the league. Chawinga is particularly lethal when counterattacking and Lawrence picked up the first yellow card in the 14th minute when she pulled the Malawian forward’s shirt to slow her down on the break. Though the Pride were able to safely deal with the ensuing free kick, the card put Lawrence in a tough spot early.

Sams made a critical tackle against Chawinga soon after, one of many great contributions from the defender. However, Chawinga was relentless in this match and had another chance in the 17th minute, nearly getting on the end of a loose ball in the box. However, Moorhouse was there to collect it and see out the danger. Moorhouse was called to action again in the 20th minute, making a save but spilling the rebound before chasing it down to push it out of play.

It was a physical match, and Marta received a yellow card in the 23rd minute for her reaction to a hard foul from Claire Lavogez. Marta will likely be heading back to Orlando with some bumps and bruises as it was just one of many times during the match that she was knocked down. Strom spoke after the match about how Marta’s passion in this match was a rallying point of sorts for the team.

“You saw the fire in her eyes today, and that is so contagious,” Strom said. “We see her fighting, and she’s the one throwing her body in front of everything, putting everything on the line. Everybody gets behind that, everybody in the locker room. We are so connected and that’s something so special with this team.”

That passion was evident soon after that foul, as Marta hustled to get in the way of an attempted clearance by the Current soon after. Banda was quick to get to the loose ball in the box, but she was forced into a tough angle and sent her shot wide.

In the 28th minute, the Current picked up their first yellow card of the night after Claire Hutton kicked the back of Marta’s leg while defending her.

The hydration break did little to slow down the breakneck pace of the game. In the 32nd minute, Marta didn’t get all of the ball on an attempted shot and the Current sprinted the other way. Lavogez took a crack at goal herself from outside the box, but the shot went just over the ball. A minute later, Marta was fouled yet again, this time in a decent area from distance. Angelina lobbed the free kick over the Kansas City defense, but Franch was there to catch it.

The Pride finally broke through in the 37th minute. Adriana found a nice pocket of space between Kansas City defenders and Marta found her fellow Brazilian with a nice pass. Adriana didn’t take long to shoot and it never had a chance at going in, but it did deflect off of Elizabeth Ball and Banda was there to jump on the opportunity. The Zambian forward was on it in an instant and beat Franch to give the Pride the lead.

It was Banda’s 12th goal in what has been a fantastic first season in Orlando. With that goal, she took the lead in the NWSL Golden Boot race as well.

That lead, both for the Pride and Banda, lasted all of two minutes. Chawinga bested Lawrence and was then off to the races, dribbling through Orlando’s defense and putting her shot past Moorhouse for the equalizer in the 39th minute. It was Chawinga’s 12th goal of the season as well.

The game wasn’t done changing though, as Lawrence received her second yellow card in the 42nd minute and was sent off. Lawrence had been defending Chawinga yet again and left her feet to tackle the forward from behind, leaving the Pride with just 10 players for the remainder of the match. Even though halftime was looming, Seb Hines immediately made a change with his first substitution in the 44th minute, bringing off Doyle to add another defender in Rafaelle. Hines has spoken often about the importance of goals right before halftime, so it made sense for him to bring on Rafaelle immediately to prevent conceding a late, first-half goal.

Chawinga nearly had her brace in the 46th minute after a nice first touch to beat Sams and set up a shot. Moorhouse redeemed herself with a phenomenal diving save to nudge the curling shot just wide and out for a corner. While she had some worrying moments in this match, this save was one of Moorhouse’s best of the season.

Although down a player, the Pride didn’t stop pushing for a goal offensively to close out the first half. However, despite a flurry of corner kicks from Orlando, the first half ended with the game tied 1-1 and the Pride at a disadvantage due to Lawrence’s exit.

The Pride had more possession (53%-47%), shots (7-6), shots on target (5-4), corner kicks (4-1),and crosses (9-8). The Pride also completed 76% of their passes, while the Current were successful on 72% of theirs.

Hines made another change at halftime, replacing Yates with McCutcheon in the midfield.

It didn’t take long into the second half for Marta to be fouled again, with Lo’eau LaBonta receiving a yellow card this time. The medical team came out as she stayed down, but Marta was ultimately able to continue.

It was hard to tell that the Pride were down a player at times, as Banda and Marta required plenty of attention from the Current and the team remained organized and consistent with its pressure. This wasn’t the first time the Pride have played well after a red card this season and it showed.

“You have to manage those moments. You have to not find excuses,” Hines said. “It could have been very easy to give up and say, ‘You know what, we’re playing the top of the table tonight at their grounds, we’re down to 10 players.’ That could have been your excuse, but we’re not like that. That’s not the attitude. That’s not the character that we have in this group. They embrace it. They use it as fuel. Even when things are going against them, they step up and have great attitudes throughout the whole game.”

Adriana, Banda, and Marta all had their shots blocked in a barrage of chances for Orlando in the 51st minute, earning a corner for their efforts. That corner was cleared by the Current and Chawinga was wreaking havoc at the other end in a flash. Her cross skipped in front of goal, but Moorhouse collected it before the Current could capitalize. In the 55th minute, Chawinga sent a shot directly at Moorhouse. The goalkeeper couldn’t handle it, but her back line was able to clear away the danger during the panic.

Kansas City Head Coach Vlatko Andonovski made his first substitution in the 56th minute, bringing in Bayley Feist for Lavogez. In the 57th minute, Hailie Mace was shown a yellow card for yet another foul against Marta.

Things took an unexpected turn in the 60th minute. Sams came up with another important tackle to spark a counterattack that sent Banda downfield in a hurry. The forward dribbled towards the box and then slipped a nice pass in to tee up a shot for Adriana. The Brazilian’s first shot was blocked, and she rushed to poke at the rebound, getting fouled by Franch in the process. Franch was shown a yellow card while Adriana remained down and the Pride were awarded a penalty. Marta took it and beat Franch to give Orlando an unlikely lead while down a player on the road. Purists may say her penalty kick was too driven to be a panenka, but it was crafty, deceptive, and wound up in the back of the net all the same.

The goal showcased Orlando’s commitment to keep attacking for a winner despite being a player down in the second half.

“It didn’t change,” Hines said in regards to the team’s game plan after the red card. “We came into this game with the intention that we wanted to win. Whether we have 10 players or 11 players, it doesn’t matter. We always feel like there’s an opportunity for us to win.”

Chasing a result, Feist had a shot from distance in the 66th minute. It took a deflection, but Moorhouse was able to make the save without any trouble. Hutton had a shot from distance in the 68th minute, but it went over the crossbar. The Pride’s defense did a great job limiting the Current to tougher shooting opportunities and pressed when needed to stop Kansas City from gaining momentum.

Hines then added some fresher legs with a pair of substitutions in the 69th minute, with Cori Dyke and Ally Watt replacing Adriana and Angelina. Watt did fairly well when defending and applying pressure, although she did concede a foul in the 74th minute that gave the Current a free kick in a dangerous area. Debinha is lethal from set piece situations, but the Pride’s wall did its job to stop the shot.

Banda had a chance to expand Orlando’s lead in the 80th minute, but Franch managed an impressive kick save to deny her. She had another chance in the 84th minute while surrounded by Kansas City players, but her shot went wide.

Andonovski made another change in the 85th minute, with Brazilian defender Lauren coming on for Ball. The Current started to pick up the pace, creating better opportunities as the game neared its end. Feist had a shot from distance that went over the bar like many others, but it wasn’t off by much.

Hines responded by bringing in another defender, with Bri Martinez coming off the bench for Marta to help see out the match. Moorhouse came up with another big save in stoppage time against Ellie Wheeler after the ball took a weird bounce off of Abello. The Current were relentless, but the Pride proved why they have the best defense in the league.

“I think it says so much about our mentality,” Abello said after the match. “Going a player down obviously isn’t the best situation, but you can still get points. We’ve played some of our better football when we’re a player down. We still found the spaces. We still played well. It’s all about making good decisions and just being gritty in the defensive third.”

Mace had a shot with plenty of heat on it that went just off target and Chawinga put a header wide of goal in the final moments in the Current’s best chances of an onslaught of attacks successfully endured by the Pride. The final whistle blew after a little over 10 minutes of stoppage time and the Pride claimed all three points on the road.

Lawrence’s red card shifted things as far as statistics go, but it was far from one-sided, as the Current finished with more possession (57%-43%), shots (23-15), shots on target (13-11), and crosses (26-11). The Current also completed 74% of their passes while the Pride completed 68% of theirs. Both teams had five corner kicks. Moorhouse finished the game with seven saves, and Franch ended up with three.

“We showed so much character, so much heart,” Strom said. “To be honest, even when we went a man down, we were never in doubt. We knew we could win this game. From the beginning of this year, we knew we had something special with this team and we just proved it.”

There was plenty of attention on this match as it pitted the league’s two previously undefeated sides against each other for the first time this season. It was the most impressive result yet for a team that has far exceeded expectations this season. Seb Hines has spoken often this year about the team’s tenacity and this match was a testament to the work the Pride have put in to reach the top of the table.

“To go down to 10 players so early in the game and show the character that we’ve been talking about all season long is just incredible,” Hines said. “To come into this environment, we knew that was going to be a tough game. Same amount of points, same amount of wins, same amount of ties, there was nothing between us going into this game. I think we showed our character, our personality.”


The win gives the Orlando Pride sole possession of first place in the NWSL standings after 16 games. They are in a great spot as the league takes a break for the Olympics and the Summer Cup. Marta, Adriana, Rafaelle, Angelina, Banda, and Grace Chanda will all be in Paris for the tournament.

The Pride’s next game will come in the group stage of the inaugural NWSL X Liga MX Femenil Summer Cup when they take on the North Carolina Courage on July 20. Their next NWSL match isn’t until Aug. 23, when they face the Houston Dash on the road.

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