The game against the Western New York Flash was pretty intense, and it caused a bit of stress and anxiety for Nic. There was one goal in the match, and you can hear all about it in post-game comments from Alex Morgan and Kristen Edmonds. Also – join Nic and Jay in speculating about why home-game attendance has dropped off, and whether it will climb back up after the Pride spend the next month on the road.
Orlando Pride vs Western New York Flash - 1-0 Win
Great time in the FANZONE, hanging out at the Magruder Laser Vision tent! If you missed us, don’t forget to Register to Win for your chance to get tickets or officially licensed merchandise this season. Nic and Malia were walking around talking with fans. Check it out!
Pride Defender Cami Levin Undergoes Successful Appendectomy after seeing her first playing time last week against the Seattle Reign.
Kristen Edmonds Shows Versatility Against Her Former Team. She has now played 3 different positions this season and has been catching eyes on the field. Kristen walked away with a yellow card, but she won the fans’ hearts! Let’s hear Kristen and Alex Morgan’s thoughts on the goal that gave us 3 three points this week.
Sarah Hagen got beat up during the first half and was subbed out before the beginning of the second for Lianne Sanderson to change up the formation. Listen to Captain, Alex Morgan’s thoughts on the halftime change.
Jasmyn Spencer was getting fouled with no calls from the ref and she was very vocal about it.
- Single-Elimination Format
The top four clubs in points from the League standings at the end of the regular season, qualify for the 2016 NWSL Playoffs.
- The two Semifinals will be decided by a single knockout game, the winner of which will advance to the Championship Game.
- The NWSL Championship will be a single championship match hosted at a pre-determined site.
- If the score is tied after 90 minutes of play in any playoff game, two 15-minute extra time periods will be played in their entirety, followed by kicks from the penalty mark, if necessary.
Upcoming Away Game:
Orlando Pride at Houston Dash - Watch Live – May 20, 2016 at 8:30pm
Listen to Episode 10 to hear our thoughts on the last time we went head to head with the Dash
Upcoming Home Games:
- Thursday, June 23 at 7:30pm against the Houston Dash Tickets
- Sunday, June 26 at 5:00pm against the Portland Thorns Tickets
Orlando City SC at Sporting Kansas City - 2-1 Loss
Close Up Shop!