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UWS Stadium Showcase Final

Two second half goals propelled Midwest United FC to a 3-1 victory over host club Detroit City FC, claiming the United Women’s Soccer (UWS) Keyworth Showcase title on Sunday evening. Stephanie “Stitch” Curry netted the eventual game-winner after the break, her fifth goal of the Showcase.

UWS Stadium Showcase: Third-place Match

Lansing United put in a dominating performance on Sunday afternoon, picking up a 3-0 victory over Livonia City FC (UWS-2) to claim third-place in the United Women’s Soccer Stadium Showcase. Three different scorers found twine for The Hoops in the win, while team captain Anna Stinson tallied two assists.

UWS Stadium Showcase Semi #2: Detroit City FC holds off Lansing United

Detroit City FC earned their place in the United Women’s Soccer 2020 Stadium Showcase Final on Sunday afternoon, squeaking out a 2-1 victory over Lansing United in the second game of the Showcase. Kenna White’s 74th minute goal was the deciding factor in the victory, breaking a 1-1 stalemate and launching DCFC past the visiting United.

UWS Stadium Showcase Semi #1: Midwest United FC 9, Livonia City FC 0

Midwest United punched their ticket to the United Women’s Soccer 2020 Stadium Showcase Final on Sunday afternoon, earning a 9-0 victory over UWS League Two foe Livonia City FC in the first game of the Showcase. Stephanie “Stitch” Currie netted four goals to lead the Midwest effort, notching a hat trick in the first 32 minutes of play. Marty Corby added a brace and two assists, while Kaema Amachree ended with a goal and assist.

2020 UWS Stadium Showcase Preview

Detroit City FC is set to host the inaugural United Women’s Soccer Stadium Showcase this weekend at Keyworth Stadium (Hamtramck, MI). The two-day tournament features four UWS clubs from the Midwest that are competing for the 2020 UWS Stadium Championship title. Fans will not be permitted to attend this weekend’s historic matches, however the showcase will be live-streamed on MyCujoo.

UWS To Partner With College Fit Finder

United Women’s Soccer (UWS) national pro-am league is proud to announce that they teamed up with the leading online college recruitment company, College Fit Finder (CFF). The multi-year exclusive agreement gives high school-aged UWS players a more complete opportunity to showcase themselves to potential collegiate programs using the nation’s most comprehensive online college recruitment platform.

UWS Expands Into Utah

United Women’s Soccer is excited to announce the acceptance of Kongo Soccer Club into the national pro-am league for 2021. The Utah-based franchise will compete in a newly revamped West Conference. Established in 2013, Kongo has been in the sports training and club management business and currently manages over 700 athletes.

NWSL Challenge Cup to Feature Former UWS Players

United Women’s Soccer (UWS) is excited to follow 14 UWS alumnae as they participate in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Challenge Cup, beginning this weekend. The one-off tournament features eight NWSL teams playing 23 games in eight match days in Herriman, Utah through July 13. Each team will then be seeded according to record and entered into the knockout round, culminating with the final on July 26 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah.

UWS National Cup Cancelled

United Women’s Soccer has decided to cancel the 2020 UWS National Cup that was scheduled to be held in Round Rock, Texas from July 9-17. The league has been monitoring the rise of COVID-19 cases in the area and heeding the advice given by their Medical Director, Dr. Martha Pyron of Medicine in Motion. “Due to the increase in cases in our area and the fact that teams would be flying in, I felt that the risk had increased to a point where we could not ensure the safety of all participants,” stated Dr. Pyron.

UWS Announces Two Regional Showcases

United Women’s Soccer (UWS) is excited to announce two league sanctioned showcases in the Midwest Conference to take place this July. Member teams have worked with the league to provide competitive opportunities for their players despite the cancellation of a full-regular season.

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