The inaugural season for the North Carolina Courage has been amazing so far. There were a lot of people who thought that the move would upset the delicate balance that had allowed the Western New York Flash to win the NWSL Championship in 2016, and even more pundits simply thought that the success had been… Continue reading The Courage Sign Two New International Players
Yuri's Season is Over Bad news for the Courage comes on the eve of their game against Boston: Japanese international Yuri Kawamura has suffered a right ACL and meniscus tear, ending her inaugural season with the team. The injury occurred when Kawamura collided with Alyssa Mautz in the 32nd minute of the loss to Chicago… Continue reading Courage’s Yuri Kawamura Suffers ACL Tear
In sports and in life, consistency portends success. Across the globe, the greatest teams and the greatest players are generally the ones for whom very little changes throughout their careers, with small adjustments preferable to major overhauls. Conversely, franchises mired in mediocrity or worse are typically those that undergo the most constant upheaval and change.… Continue reading Jessica McDonald: Consistently Great
On Sunday, October 9th, the Western New York Flash won the NWSL Championship in penalty kicks after an improbable trip to the playoffs. The Flash failed to win 7 consecutive games at the end of the 2016 season before winning their final game to clench the 4th seed in the playoffs. The Flash beat the… Continue reading Meet the North Carolina Courage
Courage Parker Cleveland, from Dirty South Soccer, analyzes the Courage's dominating performance over the Orlando Pride. MLSmultiplex writer Eric Harris takes you around the NWSL in his Week 3 Roundup. To the surprise of absolutely no one, The Courage still hold the top spot in the NWSL. NCFC Austin da Luz, NCFC midfielder and founder of… Continue reading Link Roundup: Courage Cruise, #TeamTurbo, Scott Darling and more.