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NC Courage to Close Out Regular Season and Receive NWSL Shield on Fan Appreciation

Cary, NC - The North Carolina Courage close out the 2019 regular season this Saturday, October 12 against Sky Blue FC at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park. The 2019 Shield-winners will receive the Shield from NWSL President, Amanda Duffy, in a postgame ceremony. This is the third-consecutive season that the Courage clinched the NWSL Shield, making it something they have done every year since relocating to Cary.

NC Courage Fall to Washington Spirit 2-1 Despite Dominant Performance

Germantown, MD - The NC Courage fell to the Washington Spirit 2-1 in their final road game of 2019 at the Maryland Soccerplex in Germantown, MD on Saturday Night. Lynn Williams recorded her 50th NWSL goal but her strike was not enough for the visitors to come away with a win despite a dominant performance. 

Free "Discover Para-Badminton" Clinic Coming to Miami-Dade Parks' NFL YET

Miami-Dade County Parks Therapeutic Recreation and Inclusion Division (formerly known as Miami-Dade Parks Disability Services) is teaming up with USA Badminton to present a “Discover Para-Badminton” clinic on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the NFL YET (National Football League - Youth Educational Town) Center at Gwen Cherry Park, 7090 NW 22 Ave., Miami. The clinic is offered free of charge and provides an opportunity for adults with physical disabilities to come out and try the fun, easy-to-learn adaptive sport of “para-badminton.”

MNUFC Clinches First-Ever Playoff Spot

SAINT PAUL, Minn.-- They left it till nearly the last minute, but the Loons defeated the visiting Sporting Kansas City 2-1 and clinched the club’s first-ever playoff berth. Sporting KC came to Allianz Field with a similar game plan as many of those who have threatened to take points from the Loons – defend in a deep block and hit on the counterattack with pace. The strategy almost paid off for the visitors as a first half goal from Botond Baráth inside of six minutes stood until the 71st minute when Osvaldo Alonso finally broke through the SKC resistance. Heading into the 90th minute, both sides threatened with multiple chances to win the game but it was Hassani Dotson who came to the rescue for Minnesota United. A deflected shot bounced past the outstretched hands of Tim Melia to give the Loons a very late victory that clinched their first-ever playoff berth.

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