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2014 – 2019 SEASONS


ALL-TIME LEADERS CAUTIONS/yellow cards Does not include multiple yellow cards earned in one game that became an ejection/red card

Player Rachel Daly Ella Masar Amber Brooks Ellie Brush Bruna Benites Christine Nairn Allysha Chapman Cari Roccaro Janine van Wyk Haley Hanson Sophie Schmidt Osinachi Ohale Becky Edwards Caity Heap Lindsay Agnew Andressinha Janine Beckie Camila Sofia Huerta Carli Lloyd

YC 11 10 9 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

GP 80 37 91 30 14 22 43 33 37 43 18 19 23 19 19 36 38 12 36 27

Satara Murray Kealia Ohai Kaylyn Kyle Cami Privett Ari Romero

2 2 2 2 2

9 114 19 38 31

RED CARDS (straight) Rachel Daly Carli Lloyd Osinachi Ohale

RC 2 1 1

GP 80 27 19

RED CARDS (two yellows) none

GOALKEEPERS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Bianca Henninger Jane Campbell Lydia Williams Erin McLeod

GA 27 99 37 50

GP 20 64 23 31

GAA 1.35 1.55 1.61 1.61

SHUTOUTS Jane Campbell Bianca Henninger Erin McLeod Lydia Williams

SO 12 5 4 3

GP 64 20 31 23

SAVES Jane Campbell Erin McLeod Bianca Henninger Lydia Williams

Svs 225 143 79 70

GP 64 31 20 23

PENALTY-KICK SAVES (not incl. shootouts) Saves do not include attempts that went wide, hit post or crossbar

Player Jane Campbell Erin McLeod Bianca Henninger Lydia Williams

Bianca Henninger Photo © Ray Escamilla

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Svs 7 1 0 0

PKF 14 3 1 3


2014 OVERVIEW 2014

When the Houston Dash played their first NWSL match on April 12, 2014, it had been just four months since the news broke that the club would be joining the National Women’s Soccer League as the ninth team and first by way of expansion.

2015 2016 2017

After the December franchise announcement, it was another 30 days until head coach Randy Waldrum — plucked away from Notre Dame — was able to acquire the club’s first ten players in the expansion draft. Among them were Brittany Bock and Becky Edwards, who had played in midfield together on the fabulous Western New York Flash team that won the WPS title in 2011. The Dash were also able to Randy Waldrum acquire Meghan Klingenberg’s rights from the Photo © Ray Escamilla Boston Breakers, but she first had to finish her contract with Tyresö in Sweden, and did not debut for the Dash until July 5. The Dash were also awarded Whitney Engen via the allocation process from U.S. Soccer. She too had commitments with Tyresö and did not arrive until June. The NWSL slotted the Dash into the No. 2 overall position in the NWSL college draft (and gave the club the top pick in all subsequent rounds), and Houston gleefully made North Carolina standout Kealia Ohai its centerpiece. Ohai had a connection to Houston through

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Dash Starting XI — April 12, 2014 vs. Portland Thorns Back: Becky Edwards, Nikki Washington, Ella Masar, Osinachi Ohale, Holly Hein, Stephanie Ochs. Front: Kealia Ohai, Jordan Jackson, Erin McLeod, Brittany Bock, Ari Romero. Photo © Ray Escamilla.

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2014 ROSTER This list includes all players who were part of the 18-player gameday roster for an official NWSL match during the 2014 season. FIFA team listed for those capped by their respective national team before or during the 2014 season.

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

# 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17/21 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 30

Player Erin McLeod Ari Romero Whitney Engen Tori McCombs ** Rafaelle Souza Kealia Ohai Jordan Jackson Kaylyn Kyle Teresa Noyola Brittany Bock Tiffany McCarty Lindsay Elston Becky Edwards Domi Richardson ** Kika Toulouse Holly Hein Bianca Henninger Nina Burger Osinachi Ohale Melissa Henderson Stephanie Ochs Marissa Diggs Kelly McFarlane Meghan Klingenberg Nikki Washington Megan Kinneman ** Ella Masar

FIFA team CAN–Fed MEX-Fed USA-Fed BRA

CAN-Fed MEX-Fed

College SMU/Penn State Nebraska North Carolina Michigan Mississippi North Carolina Nebraska Saskatchewan Stanford Notre Dame Florida State Washington Florida State Missouri Virginia Michigan Santa Clara

AUT NGA Notre Dame San Diego UCF North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina LSU Illinois

USA-Fed

USA

Previous Club Chicago (NWSL)

Int’l Spot

Tyresö (SWE)

3

Boston (NWSL) Sky Blue (NWSL)

Portland (NWSL) Washington (NWSL) Kansas City (NWSL) SV Neulengbach (AUT) Delta Queens (NGA) Kansas City (NWSL) Washington (NWSL)

3 3

Tyresö (SWE) Portland (NWSL) Chicago (NWSL)

** June amateur call-ups The following player(s) were on the Dash roster in 2014 but did not make any gameday rosters due to injury.

2019

# 4

Player Lauren Sesselmann

FIFA team CAN–Fed

College Purdue

Previous Club Kansas City (NWSL)

Int’l Spot

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HOME JERSEY

AWAY JERSEY

GK JERSEY 20

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TRAINING TOP


TRANSACTIONS 2014 Player(s) Nina Burger (AUT)

Notes Signed

5/16

Domi Richardson

Waived

5/21

Kelly McFarlane

Signed

6/11

Megan Kinneman Tori McCombs Domi Richardson

Amateur players called up for June 11 – 14 matches due to international player absences

7/9

Melissa Henderson

Acquired from FC Kansas City in exchange for Houston’s natural third-round 2015 college draft pick

9/12

Nina Burger (AUT) Rafaelle Souza (BRA) Kika Toulouse

Waived

9/19

Brittany Bock

Re-signed

10/10

Carli Lloyd (USA-Fed) IN Becky Edwards OUT Whitney Engen (USA-Fed) OUT

Lloyd acquired from Western NY Flash in exchange for Edwards, Engen, and Houston’s natural third-round pick in the 2016 college draft

11/4

Rachael Axon (ENG)

Signed

12/2

Niki Cross IN Ari Romero (MEX-Fed) OUT

Cross acquired from Washington in exchange for Romero

12/11

Poliana (BRA) Rosana (BRA)

Signed for 2015 [Unable to join club after Brazil announced 18-month residency for World Cup and Olympics]

12/11

Osinachi Ohale (NGA)

Waived

12/12

Ashley Nick

Rights to Nick acquired from Sky Blue in exchange for Dash’s draft position in second and fourth rounds of 2015 college draft

Whitney Engen

Tiffany McCarty Photos © Ray Escamilla

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REGISTRY

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

Date 4/30


2015 RESULTS 2014 2015 2016 Niki Cross and Melissa Henderson

Toni Pressley Photos © Ray Escamilla

2017

Wed 7/29 5-4-5 4th

2018

AUGUST Sat 8/1 5-5-5 4th

W

L

HOU 3 KC 2 BBVA Compass Stadium 6,425 Scoring: KC 3’ Holiday, HOU 12’ Brush (Ohai), HOU 17’ McDonald, KC 85’ Hagen, HOU 87’ Lloyd (Cross) Discipline: none Referee: M. Mercier Dash lineup: McLeod; Masar (c), Brush, Pressley, Klingenberg; Brian (Cross 46), Andressinha, Lloyd; Henderson (Camila 64), McDonald, Ohai (McCarty 88) Subs not used: Henninger, Axon, Jackson

2019

HOME VISITOR VENUE CROWD WAS 3 HOU 1 Maryland SoccerPlex 5,418 Scoring: WAS 28’ Dunn, WAS 36’ Dunn (Matheson), WAS 45+1’ Dunn (Nairn), HOU 74’ McDonald (Ohai) Discipline: none Referee: M. Domka Dash lineup: McLeod (Henninger 32); Masar (c), Brush, Pressley (Cross 67), Klingenberg; Andressinha, Axon, Lloyd; Camila (Henderson 46), McDonald, Ohai Subs not used: McCarty

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Fri 8/7 5-6-5 6th

L

HOU 0 SKY BBVA Compass Stadium 6,216 2 Scoring: SKY 38’ Nadim (Levin), SKY 72’ Kerr Discipline: SKY 45+2’ Killion – Y Referee: C. Spivey Dash lineup: McLeod; Masar (c), Brush, Pressley (Axon 77), Klingenberg; Brian, Andressinha, Lloyd; Ohai, McDonald, Henderson (McCarty 69) Subs not used: Henninger, Camila, Jackson, LaPonte

Wed 8/12 5-7-5 6th

L

SEA 2 HOU 1 Memorial Stadium 6,021 Scoring: HOU 15’ Ohai, SEA 22’ Mathias (Rapinoe), SEA 59’ Corsie (Cox) Discipline: HOU 70’ Masar – Y, HOU 90’ Brush – Y Referee: C. Adams

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2015 TEAM STATISTICS 2014 2015 2016 2017

GENERAL Games Played Goals Home Goals Away Goals PK Goals PK Attempts Own Goals Assists Braces Shots Shots on Goal

20 21 10 11 1 3 0 15 1 245 104

GOALS SCORED BY MINUTE 0 – 15 16 – 30 31 – 45 1st half stoppage 46 – 60 61 – 75 76 – 90 2nd half stoppage

2 3 4 1 5 4 2 0

MISCELLANY Corner Kicks Offside Calls Fouls Committed Yellow Cards Red Cards

94 52 133 15 0

GOALKEEPING Shutouts Goals Conceded Own Goals Conceded Goals Against Average Saves PKs Faced PKs Saved

6 26 2 1.30 94 0 0

GOALS CONCEDED BY MINUTE 0 – 15 16 – 30 31 – 45 1st half stoppage 46 – 60 61 – 75 76 – 90 2nd half stoppage

4 4 5 1 5 4 3 0

Overall Scoring First Conceding First Leading at Half Trailing at Half Tied at Half

HOME 4-4-2 3-0-1 1-4-0 4-0-1 0-4-0 0-0-0

AWAY 2-4-4 2-1-2 0-3-2 1-0-1 0-2-2 1-2-1

OVERALL 6-8-6 5-1-3 1-7-2 5-0-2 0-6-2 1-2-1

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Jordan Jackson, Cami Privett and Jordan Day Photo © Ray Escamilla

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2016 TEAM STATISTICS 2014 2015 2016 2017

GENERAL Games Played Goals Home Goals Away Goals PK Goals PK Attempts Own Goals Assists Braces Shots Shots on Goal

20 29 20 9 1 1 0 23 4 219 103

GOALS SCORED BY MINUTE 0 – 15 16 – 30 31 – 45 1st half stoppage 46 – 60 61 – 75 76 – 90 2nd half stoppage

2 4 5 0 5 6 6 1

MISCELLANY Corner Kicks Offside Calls Fouls Committed Yellow Cards Red Cards

91 90 177 17 0

GOALKEEPING Shutouts Goals Conceded Own Goals Conceded Goals Against Average Saves PKs Faced PKs Saved

2 29 1 1.45 67 2 0

GOALS CONCEDED BY MINUTE 0 – 15 16 – 30 31 – 45 1st half stoppage 46 – 60 61 – 75 76 – 90 2nd half stoppage

3 2 2 0 5 5 9 3

Overall Scoring First Conceding First Leading at Half Trailing at Half Tied at Half

HOME 4-4-2 4-1-0 0-3-1 3-1-0 0-1-0 1-2-2

AWAY 2-6-2 2-0-1 0-6-1 1-0-0 0-2-1 1-4-1

OVERALL 6-10-4 6-1-1 0-9-2 4-1-0 0-3-1 2-6-3

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Dash Starting XI — September 23, 2016 vs. Seattle Reign Back: Janine Beckie, Lydia Williams, Carli Lloyd, Morgan Brian, Poliana, Cami Privett. Front: Kealia Ohai, Denise O’Sullivan, Ellie Brush, Andressinha, Becca Moros.. Photo © Gia Quilap.

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RESULTS 2017

L

SEA 5 HOU 1 Memorial Stadium 2,727 Scoring: SEA 18’ Fishlock (Nairn), SEA 27’ Rapinoe (McNabb), SEA 31’ McNabb, SEA 55’ Yanez, SEA 74’ SEA Johnson, HOU 84’ Poliana Misconduct: 83’ SEA Corsie – Y Referee: M. Vega Dash lineup: Campbell; Levin, Roccaro, Benites, Poliana; O’Sullivan (Prince 72), Brooks Falknor (Hagen 46), Ohai (c) (Heap 81), Daly, Beckie Subs not used: Williams, van Wyk, Privett, Henderson

Sat 4/29 2-1-0 4th

W

WAS 0 HOU 1 Maryland SoccerPlex 3,154 Scoring: HOU 28’ Ohai (O’Sullivan) Misconduct: HOU 59’ Benites – Y Referee: C. Unkel Dash lineup: Williams; Levin, van Wyk, Benites, Roccaro; O’Sullivan, Brooks, Beckie (Privett 89); Ohai (c) (Poliana 90+1), Hagen (Prince 75), Daly Subs not used: Campbell, Falknor, Heap, Henderson

2015 REGISTRY

2019

2018

Sat 4/22 1-1-0 7th

2016

HOME VISITOR VENUE CROWD HOU 2 CHI 0 BBVA Compass Stadium 4,484 Scoring: HOU 15’ Ohai (Brooks), HOU 80’ Daly (Ohai) Misconduct: CHI 29’ Mautz – Y, HOU 56’ Benites – Y Referee: F. Dadkho Dash lineup: Williams; Roccaro, van Wyk, Benites, Poliana; O’Sullivan, Brooks, Andressinha (Hagen 69); Ohai (c) (Privett 89), Daly, Beckie (Falknor 68) Subs not used: Campbell, Ochs, Henderson, Heap

2017

W

Rachel Daly battles Arin Gilliland on opening day Photo © Gia Quilap

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ET CETERA

APRIL Sat 4/15 1-0-0 1st

2014

Simplified match reports for official NWSL matches only. Record and place in league standings shown under game date reflect status after game was played.


Janine van Wyk and Lydia Williams Photo @ Michael Cox

2017

2016

2015

2014

DRAFT & TRANSACTIONS 2017

COLLEGE DRAFT

Overall 15 28 33

Player Jane Campbell Nichelle Prince Erin Smith

TRANSACTIONS Date Player(s) 1/12 3 players (see above)

Pos GK F D

Nat USA CAN USA

College Stanford Ohio State Rutgers

Notes Selected in 2017 college draft

1/23

Chioma Ubogagu

Ubogagu traded to Orlando in exchange for third-round pick in 2018 college draft

1/25

Janine Beckie (CAN-Fed) Allysha Chapman (CAN-Fed)

2017 Canada allocations announced

2/16

Carli Lloyd (USA-Fed)

Loaned to Manchester City for FA WSL spring series

2/24

Claire Falknor

Signed

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REGISTRY

Pick 5 8 3

ET CETERA

Rd 2 3 4

2019

Before draft day, Houston acquired two picks from Boston — the #15 overall pick as part of a trade for Allysha Chapman and the #28 overall pick in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2018 draft. The #3, #13 and #23 overall picks had been traded away in fall 2015 (to Seattle and Sky Blue) and spring 2016 (to Kansas City).

2018

The NWSL College Draft was held January 12 in Los Angeles, featuring four rounds of ten picks each. Draft order was determined by the final 2016 NWSL regular season standings. The Dash’s natural picks were #3, #13, #23 and #33 overall.


The season began without Christen Press and without much success. An opening day draw against Chicago saw another rookie, Kimberly Keever, start and score. The game also featured a 91st minute equalizer from Taylor Comeau to snatch away the victory. The Dash then played their next four games without scoring — a 0-0 home draw against the Utah Royals and then losses to Red Stars, Orlando Pride, and North Carolina Courage.

2015

On the transfer market, Pauw brought in young South Africans Thembi Kgetlana and Linda Motlhalo, both of whom were light on notoriety but turned out to be excellent contributors.

2016

Pauw’s college draft was a mixed bag. She showed her inexperience with the process when she swapped the No. 3 pick with Washington for the No. 6 pick and Lindsay Agnew, giving up the opportunity to acquire Olympic bronze medalist Rebecca Quinn, who was promptly allocated by Canada. The Dash flipped that No. 6 pick for the No. 7 pick (as part of the Press trade) and wound up with Haley Hanson who did turn out to be one of the top rookies to play in the league that season. The Dash also used the No. 28 pick on Veronica Latsko who scored four goals.

2014

OVERVIEW 2018

LONGEST STREAKS 3 games (May 31 – June 11) Winning Undefeated 3 games (May 31 – June 11, July 11 – June 26) Losing 5 games (July 30 – August 17) MILESTONES & RECORDS Club’s 100th Goal Most Goals (Team) Most Goals (1 Game) Most Wins Most Home Wins

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Veronica Latsko, May 5 vs. Sky Blue 35 6, August 25 vs. Sky Blue 9 5

2018 2019

Amber Brooks, Jane Campbell (2,160) Jane Campbell (3)

REGISTRY

The second Dash win of the season was a landmark on two fronts. On May 23, the Dash went down early to the Seattle Reign and it looked to be another typical DashReign match. But in the 68th minute a Dash free kick led to a Kristie Mewis equalizer. Then in stoppage time the Dash ran a superb

Minutes Shutouts

ET CETERA

Going into the Sky Blue match, many around the league thought it might be the worst single matchup in NWSL history, and indeed Sky Blue would HOUSTON DASH 2018 lose or draw their first 23 Head Coach Vera Pauw matches before winning their Assistants Lisa Cole, Eddie Robinson Record 9-10-5 (32 points) regular-season finale. But Finish 6th the match served as a Venue BBVA Compass Stadium turning point for the Dash. Largest Crowd 5,845, March 25 vs. Chicago The win snapped a threeSmallest Crowd 2,376, May 23 vs. Seattle match losing streak. The Season Average 3,655 Dash would not lose back-toSTAT LEADERS back games the rest of the Goals Rachel Daly (10) season, a stretch of 19 Assists Sofia Huerta, Kealia Ohai (4) games.

2017

Pauw’s first win came away to Sky Blue on May 5, after shifting Kristie Mewis and Rachel Daly back to their natural attacking roles. Despite surrendering leads twice the Dash prevailed 3-2 on Latsko’s late game-winner.


2018 ATTENDANCE 2014

HOME STADIUM BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas field: 73 x 115 yards surface: grass maximum capacity: 22,039 (lower bowl approx. 7,000)

2015 2016

HOME GAMES Day Date Fri 3/30 Sun 3/25 Sat 4/28 Wed 5/9 Wed 5/23 Sun 5/27 Sun 6/3 Fri 6/22 Wed 7/11 Sun 8/5 Sat 8/17 Sat 8/25

Opponent Utah Chicago North Carolina Portland Seattle Washington North Carolina Portland Orlando Utah Washington Sky Blue Total Average

AWAY GAMES Day Date Wed 4/18 Sun 4/22 Sat 5/5 Sat 5/12 Sat 5/19 Wed 6/27 Sat 7/7 Sun 7/15 Sat 7/22 Sat 8/11 Tue 8/21 Sat 9/8

Crowd 4,434 5,846 3,591 2,668 2,376 4,045 2,941 3,480 3,308 3,907 3,007 4,257 43,860 3,655

Opponent Chicago Orlando Sky Blue Chicago Utah Orlando Seattle Portland Washington Sky Blue Seattle North Carolina Total Average

Crowd 2,327 3,890 2,065 2,372 8,323 3,215 3,172 15,327 3,623 2,126 3,193 9,505 59,138 4,928

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Nichelle Prince

Taylor Comeau Photos © Gia Quilap

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2019 OVERVIEW 2014 2015

For the Dash’s second coaching search in as many years, the club went in a very different direction. After reaching across the Atlantic for the 2018 head coach, the next Dash manager was an internal hire. Born in England, James Clarkson had been a longtime employee of the Houston Dynamo, most prominently as the club’s academy director. For the first time, the club hired a complete full-time coaching staff, with Clarkson hiring three full-time assistant coaches who had no responsibilities outside the Dash.

2016 2017

After being named coach, Clarkson immediately made contact with every player, including those playing in Australia. One of those was Sofia Huerta, who was ready for another change in her roller coaster career. Simply put, Huerta wanted to play James Clarkson outside back, the position where U.S. Soccer Photo © Michael Cox coaches wanted her to hone her skills. Clarkson though, like Huerta’s previous NWSL coaches, wanted her to be part of the attack. He promised Huerta he would look around for a trade partner, but not that he would trade her. In the end, Huerta stayed in Houston and appeared in all 24 matches, along with Amber Brooks and Jane Campbell. Those two played every minute for the Dash for the third and second straight year, respectively. Meanwhile, South Africans Thembi Kgatlana and Linda Motlhalo left to pursue lucrative club opportunities in Asia, giving Clarkson more spots

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Dash fans celebrate Amber Brooks’ 100th NWSL regular-season game, April 14, 2014

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2019 RESULTS 2014 2015 2016 Haley Hanson dribbles past Becky Sauerbrunn, September 13, 2019 2017

Photo © Gia Quilap

HOME VISITOR VENUE CROWD SEA 1 HOU 1 Cheney Stadium 3,063 Scoring: SEA 32’ Balcer, HOU 90’ Nairn Misconduct: SEA 45+3’ Groom – Y, HOU 66’ Prisock – Y Referee: T. Penso Dash lineup: Campbell; Murray, Brooks, Prisock, Romero; Mewis, Nairn; Ohai (c), Hanson, Huerta (Fields 80); Kizer (Calderon 74) Subs not used: Henninger, Comeau, Brandon, Jackmon, Smith

Sat 6/15 3-2-3 5th

HOU 2 ORL 2 BBVA Stadium** 3,776 Scoring: ORL 13’ Boyles, HOU 47’ Huerta, HOU 67’ Mewis (Ohai), ORL 71’ Evans (Boyles) Misconduct: HOU 11’ Brooks – Y, ORL 29’ Reid – Y, ORL 66’ Viggiano – Y, ORL 84’ Greening – Y Referee: S. Martinez Dash lineup: Campbell; Murray, Brooks, Prisock, Romero; Hanson, Nairn (Fields 81); Ohai (c), Mewis, Huerta; Kizer (Calderon 57) Subs not used: Henninger, Kerr, Simon, Smith, Brandon ** BBVA Compass Stadium was rebranded as BBVA Stadium on June 4, 2019

Sat 6/22 3-2-4 6th

WAS 0 HOU 0 Maryland SoccerPlex 2,367 Scoring: none Misconduct: HOU 44’ Nairn – Y, HOU 73’ Calderon – Y Referee: L. Varga Dash lineup: Campbell; Murray, Prisock, Brooks, Romero; Ohai (c), Nairn, Hanson, Huerta (Brandon 89); Mewis (Kizer 82), Fields (Calderon 64) Subs not used: Henninger, Baucom, Jackmon, Smith

2018

JUNE Sun 6/2 3-2-2 6th

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PRISOCK, Ally

ROCCARO, Cari

POS: D COLLEGE: DRAFT: Regular 2019

POS: D COLLEGE: DRAFT: Regular 2016 2017

G 0

A 0

___________________________

PRIVETT, Cami A 0 0 0 0 0

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PRUDHOMME, Sammy Jo POS: GK DOB: 10-25-93 NAT: USA COLLEGE: Oregon State/USC DRAFT: 2018 BOS Dispersal Rd 3, Pick 6 Regular Team GP GS Min GA 2018 HOU 0 0 0 0

SO 0

___________________________

RICHARDSON, Domi POS: D COLLEGE: Regular 2014

DOB: 10-18-92 NAT: USA Missouri Team GP GS Min HOU 2 1 91

G 0

A 0

DOB: 7-29-92 NAT: Mexico Nebraska 2014 HOU Expansion Pick 7 Team GP GS Min HOU 21 19 1765 HOU 10 8 762 Totals 31 27 2527

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

GA 0

SO 0

ROCHE, Stephanie G 0 0 0 0 0

G 0

A 0

POS: F Regular 2015

DOB: 6-13-89 Team GP HOU 2

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2015

Min 205 1056 750 17 2028

NAT: Ireland GS Min 0 24

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NAT: USA GS 2 11 8 0 21

A 0 0 0

ROMERO, Ari POS: D COLLEGE: DRAFT: Regular 2014 2019

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2016

DOB: 3-16-93 UC Irvine Team GP HOU 4 HOU 15 HOU 16 HOU 3 Totals 38

G 0 0 0

SCHEELE, Kate POS: GK COLLEGE: Regular 2016

DOB: 8-6-94 NAT: USA Colorado College/Colorado Team GP GS Min HOU 0 0 0

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REGISTRY

2019

2018

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The Brazilian trio in 2017: Andressinha, Bruna Benites and Poliana Photo © Michael Cox

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POS: M COLLEGE: Regular 2015 2016 2017 2019

DOB: 7-18-94 NAT: USA Notre Dame 2016 College Rd 1, Pick 5 Team GP GS Min HOU 15 14 1267 HOU 18 16 1500 Totals 33 30 2767

2017

DOB: 1-18-97 NAT: USA USC 2019 College Rd 2, Pick 3 Team GP GS Min HOU 15 15 1323

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