The Courage would go onto win 4-1.

The Courage remain undefeated and in first place with a 2-0-1 record and the Dash are in fifth place with a 1-1-1 record. 

Simon was subbed into the game in the 77th minute marking her first appearance in the 2019 NWSL season. Clare Polkinghorne put in another full 90 minutes in the backline for the Dash.

The final game of the week was between the Chicago Red Stars and Reign FC.

The game was originally scheduled for Saturday but had to be moved to Sunday, due to a snowstorm in the Chicago area. The Red Stars made the wait well worth it for the fans scoring three goals for the team’s first victory of the season. 

It was the first time in six regular season games, dating back to last season, that Sam Kerr did not score for the Red Stars. The loss for the Reign puts the team in seventh place having a record of 0-1-2 and the victory for Chicago has them in third place with a record of 1-0-2.

Kerr played a full game for Chicago while Elise Kellond-Knight was subbed into the game for the Reign in the 69th minute. Lydia Williams got her first start of the season for the Reign making six saves in the game. Steph Catley was listed as unavailable once again for the Reign due to a calf strain.

Chloe Logarzo and Amy Harrison were in a bye week for the Washington Spirit. 

The team is in sixth place with a 1-1-0 record.

Toppserien (Norway)

Tameka Yallop played a full game in Klepp IL’s 1-0 victory over Trondhiems-Ørn.  Klepp sits in third place with 12 points.

Primera Division (Spain)

Atletico Madrid continues their dominance with a 3-0 victory over VCF Femenino.  Alex Chidiac was an unused sub for the team who remains in first place with 81 points.

Aivi Luik got the starting nod for Levante and put in 77 minutes of work for the team.  Levante would go on to lose 1-0 to Madrid CFF. 

The loss puts them in third place with 57 points.

Úrvalsdeild Kvenna (Iceland)

Grace Maher recently signed a contract with Icelandic club, KR Reykjavik FC.  The team competes in the top Icelandic division, the Úrvalsdeild Kvenna.