Lisa De Vanna and a red card are too much for Seattle to overcome as they suffer their sixth consecutive loss.
Seattle takes on a Sky Blue side fresh off of a win over the Thorns in Portland. The Reign are hungry to get their first points at home, but they won't come easy.
Preseason exhibition or no, this is Cascadia rivalry in its glory. The Vancouver Whitecaps have built a special team for tonight's match, just to stay on top of this rivalry. The Sounders Women have their Huskies back, it's gonna be a Dawg fight.
Seattle lost another starter to injury and gave up 4 goals to one of the league's least productive offenses. At least the weather was nice.
The Reign come back home still in search of their first win of the season, and in search of a consistent goal scorer.
I (Soundermom) was asked the other day if I thought the new league would survive. My first answer, gut reaction really, was to say no. Then I stopped, and thought. I don’t want to see this league fail...
In what's probably the best match of the preseason, the Seattle Sounders Women will take on the University of Washington Huskies tonight at 7:30 at Starfire. The Huskies are undefeated in Spring season (2-0-3).
Today, the Seattle Reign FC come home. After three tough games on the road to start the season, the Reign finally get to play in front of the home crowd at Starfire. Game time is 8:00pm, and tickets are available.
For their third preseason match the Seattle Sounders Women face Seattle Pacific University. It's Mellisa Busque's final preseason match for the SSW, as she's been called up to the Canadian National Team's EXCELeration camp.
The Sounders Women improved their season to 1-0-1, and signed 3 more players. They face Seattle Pacific on Wed at 7:00.
Join us for the game thread tonight at 7:00pm. The Sounders Women will be taking on Seattle U in their second pre-season match.
Tonight is final match of the Reign's extended three-game road trip to start the season, when they'll take on FC Kansas City — another of the NWSL franchises (along with Seattle & Portland) that got a team largely on the strength of their community.