United Women’s Soccer (UWS) national pro-am league is excited to announce a partnership with Our Cup of Tea, a show dedicated to amplifying the voices of women’s soccer. Both organizations will work collaboratively to launch a live show on social media that will also be available in podcast form as well.
A quintet of players with United Women’s Soccer experience have inked professional contracts, including the first ever UWS League Two alumna to ink a pro deal. Megan Warner (Unity FC) became the first UWS League Two alum to jump to the professional ranks, signing a deal with UMF Sindri in Iceland.
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.
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.
It has been a long hard road for Unity FC. A road that became even more difficult to navigate with the incredulous reality that the sporting world had come to a complete halt due to a global pandemic. However, the perseverance of a group of young women along with the commitment of the organization to this group and the sport of women’s soccer, paid off as Unity FC showed its resolve in a 4-1 win against the Orlando FC Royals in a UWS-2 league match on Saturday night.