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Week Five of the United Women’s Soccer Summer of Soccer: A Recap

06/26/2024, 8:15pm EDT
By Jonathan Ward

Week five of the United Women’s Soccer (UWS) Summer of Soccer was packed with excitement, featuring 28 games played across the league. Teams from coast to coast showcased their talent and competitive spirit, with standout performances and dramatic matches.


Thursday, June 13th


The week kicked off with three matches in the Midwest conference.


•Michigan Hawks 2-0 Michigan Stars

The Michigan Hawks secured a 2-0 victory over the Michigan Stars with goals from Sarah Langley and Mila Avery.


•Troy City WFC 5-1 Michigan Burn

Jada Rivera scored a hat trick and Amanda Palmer contributed a brace, leading Troy City WFC to a decisive 5-1 win over the Michigan Burn.


•Michigan Jaguars 4-1 Elite 14

The Michigan Jaguars continued their strong start to the season with a 4-1 win against Elite 14, maintaining their position at the top of the conference standings.


Friday, June 14th


Four matches took place from coast to coast.


•Calgary Foothills WFC 4-0 Los Angeles Soccer Club

Grace Stordy scored twice, helping Calgary Foothills WFC to a 4-0 win over the Los Angeles Soccer Club.


•Nationals SC 3-0 Michigan Hawks

In a back-to-back matchup, Nationals SC triumphed 3-0 over the Michigan Hawks, with Kaleigh Shafer providing two assists.


•Flower City 1872 6-0 FC Berlin

Delaney Tellex led Flower City 1872 with a hat trick in their commanding 6-0 victory over FC Berlin.


•Connecticut Rush 3-3 Albany Rush

In a thrilling back-and-forth game, Connecticut Rush and Albany Rush ended in a 3-3 draw, sharing the points.


Saturday, June 15th


An action-packed day saw 24 teams in action.


•New Jersey Copa FC 5-1 Steel United

Meghan O’Callahan scored twice for New Jersey Copa FC as they defeated Steel United 5-1.


•Sporting Connecticut 3-1 Maine Footy

Imani Jenkins scored a brace, leading Sporting Connecticut to a 3-1 win over Maine Footy.


•Coppermine United 5-0 Back Mountain Torrent

Kale’e Perry was among the scorers as Coppermine United won 5-0 against Back Mountain Torrent.


•Indiana Union 6-0 Rockford Raptors

Alexa Fraley’s hat trick helped Indiana Union to a 6-0 victory over Rockford Raptors.


•FC Buffalo 5-0 Erie Commodores

Skyler Cornell and Linda Ullmark led FC Buffalo to a 5-0 derby win against the Erie Commodores.


•New England Mutiny 4-0 Hudson Valley Crusaders

The New England Mutiny claimed the top spot in the East with a convincing 4-0 win over the Hudson Valley Crusaders.


•Michigan Legends 6-0 Michigan Stars

The Michigan Legends dominated the Michigan Stars, winning 6-0.


•Edgewater Castle 5-0 Firebirds SC

Edgewater Castle saw five different players score in their 5-0 win over Firebirds SC.


•FC Arizona 2-0 Players SC

Goals from Miranda Peña and Ashley Tasey gave FC Arizona a 2-0 win over Players SC.


Sunday, June 16th (Father’s Day)


Six matchups took place across the league.


•Pass FC 2-0 Troy City WFC

Pass FC defeated Troy City WFC 2-0.


•Steel City FC 2-1 Flower City 1872

In a playoff positioning battle, Steel City FC emerged victorious 2-1 over Flower City 1872.


•Connecticut Rush 2-1 Wooster Fuel

Connecticut Rush rebounded from their previous draw with a 2-1 win over Wooster Fuel.


•Albany Rush 5-0 New York Magic

Albany Rush gained momentum with a 5-0 win over New York Magic.


•Santa Clarita Blue Heat 2-1 Calgary Foothills WFC

Santa Clarita Blue Heat claimed the top spot in the West with a 2-1 victory over Calgary Foothills WFC.


Monday, June 17th


In the Midwest conference:


•Elite 14 7-1 Michigan Burn

Kelly Capoccia’s hat trick and contributions from four other players led Elite 14 to a 7-1 win over Michigan Burn.


Tuesday, June 18th


Defending champions Michigan Jaguars faced the Michigan Hawks:


•Michigan Jaguars 2-0 Michigan Hawks

The Michigan Jaguars remained at the top of the Midwest conference with a 2-0 win over the Michigan Hawks.


Week five of the UWS Summer of Soccer was filled with thrilling matches, standout performances, and significant results as teams continue to vie for top positions in their respective conferences.

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