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REUNITED Riley, former Albertson coach, gets Menges, ex-Fury player in Portland
Several weeks prior to the National Women's Soccer League college draft, Portland Thorns FC coach Paul Riley talked about how much he would love to select Georgetown defender Emily Menges.



MAKING IT CRYSTAL CLEAR Dunn says she will focus as she juggles, school, national team and now a pro career
Rockville Centre, N.Y. native Crystal Dunn certainly finds her plate to be full, if not overloaded these days, especially after she was selected by the Washington Spirit in the National Women's Soccer League draft



THORNS FC ACQUIRE MIDFIELDER SINEAD FARRELLY FROM FC KANSAS CITY IN EXCHANGE FOR 2014 SECOND-ROUND DRAFT PICK
Portland Thorns FC have acquired midfielder Sinead Farrelly from FC Kansas City in exchange for the 16th overall selection in the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League College Draft, it was announced today.




THORNS FC SIGN GOALKEEPER NADINE ANGERER
Portland Thorns FC have signed experienced German international goalkeeper Nadine Angerer, it was announced today. She will be added to the roster pending league approval and receipt of her International Transfer Certificate (ITC). Per league and club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.



Albertson Director of Coaching Paul Riley Steering the Champion Portland Thorns Into Their Second Season
The five women from the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) who played in the inaugural season of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)––Michelle Betos, Vicki DiMartino, Domenica Hodak, Allie Long and Brittany Taylor––all were coached by Paul Riley as kids.



THORNS FC SIGN MIDFIELDER AMBER BROOKS
Portland Thorns FC today announced the signing of midfielder Amber Brooks from Bayern Munich in Germany’s Frauen Bundesliga. Per league and club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed.




THORNS FC NAME PAUL RILEY AS HEAD COACH FOR 2014 SEASON
Portland Thorns FC today named Paul Riley as the club’s head coach for the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League season.



LI Fury win, 8-0, move closer to a playoff berth behind Simonian, Mulholland
Karin Simonian recorded her second hat-trick of the season in an 8-0 triumph as Long Island moved closer to a Women's Premier Soccer League playoff berth.



LI Fury midfielder Lorraine Quinns enjoys the best of both worlds



HAT-TRICK HERO
Simonian's 3 goals lifts LI Fury over BuxMont Torch, 4-0





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