The STATE of Soccer in WASHINGTON
SPOKANE, Wash.— The Spokane Shine, defending champions of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) Northwest Division, are suddenly in search of a new head coach after Jason Quintero has taken … Continue reading
SEATTLE, Wash.— The greater Seattle area will host a fifth upper-level adult women’s soccer club this year with the arrival of AC Seattle, a club that will play in the … Continue reading
How does the ‘pyramid’ of adult women’s soccer look these days in the state of Washington? Thanks to the arrival of Seattle Reign FC and the new NWSL, we’ve got … Continue reading
SPOKANE, Wash.—The defending WPSL (WPSL.info) Northwest Division Champion Spokane Shine remain active behind the scenes during the current off-season. It is possible that among new announcements for the 2013 season … Continue reading
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Valley Soccer League (www.spokanevalleysoccerleague.com, facebook.com/SoccerSpokane) is a co-ed adult league in the Lilac City that organizes with the goal of “providing a recreational soccer environment … Continue reading
The Spokane Shine, Issaquah SC and Emerald City FC provided one of the best races in the country this spring and summer in the Northwest Division of the Women’s Premier … Continue reading
by David Falk ISSAQUAH, Wash.- You can plan for a new team, a new season, a new adventure, but you can’t always plan for the unexpected. Issaquah Soccer Club’s debut … Continue reading
by David Falk It was a memorable season for the Women’s Premier Soccer League (www.WPSL.info) in the Northwest. A new club in Oregon and two new clubs in the Seattle-area … Continue reading
Summer soccer seasons come and go so quickly in the state of Washington that fans, players, coaches and staff really have to pay attention to enjoying the fun of semi-pro … Continue reading
The three Washington state Women’s Premier Soccer League clubs are all in action this weekend as the WPSL season reaches the half-way mark.
The Spokane Shine are hopeful of a strong finish in the WPSL Northwest after taking points in three straight road matches, including Saturday in Seattle.
The Spokane Shine got a big away result on Friday night at Issaquah High School with a 1:0 win over ISC. Dale Garvey has photos and we’ve posted the Shine … Continue reading
The Spokane Shine are in Western Washington for matches Friday night v. Issaquah and Saturday afternoon v. Emerald City FC. Inland NW Soccer News reports the club is dealing with … Continue reading
The Spokane Shine opened their 2012 Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) home schedule with a 1:1 draw against still-unbeaten Issaquah SC at Joe Albi Stadium. Go to a match report … Continue reading
The Spokane Shine of the WPSL are turning to the Lilac City elite soccer and high school ranks to groom talent for their upcoming season. Today the club announced two … Continue reading
The Spokane Shine of the WPSL today announce a scoring duo that they hope will bring offense to the side in the upcoming season.
The Spokane Shine of the WPSL announce their latest player signing today. In recent days the Lilac City side has also announced their 2012 season schedule.
The Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) Spokane Shine and Issaquah SC (and their U-23s) have posted their 2012 schedules.
The WPSL Spokane Shine is getting some South Carolina flavor this summer as three SCSU Bulldogs will play for the Lilac City. See the press release sent out today.
The Spokane Shine is pleased to welcome back Shannon Lindsay.
The Spokane Shine is pleased to announce the return of Averi Hallman and Alyshia Madison for the 2012 season.
The news that got the biggest headlines this week in local soccer was the signing of Hope Solo to a Sounders Women contract. This was a business move first. Other … Continue reading
Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) has gone into hiatus, but in the Puget Sound area we will have not one but two high-level sides playing this spring and summer. Issaquah Soccer … Continue reading
Spokane is the third-largest American city in the Northwest behind soccer-crazy Seattle and Portland. How is the Spokane soccer culture unique?