WHITNEY ENGEN RUMORS

Whitney Engen will not return to play with the Boston Breakers, steps away from NWSL

The Boston Breakers announced on Wednesday that defender Whitney Engen will not return to play with the club in 2017. “It’s a shame to lose a player of Whitney’s caliber, but we respect how she feels and wish her all luck in the world for her next venture,” Boston Breakers head coach Matt Beard said in the press release. For the 2016 season in the National Women’s Soccer...
Via Excelle Sports
February 22, 2017

With Manchester City offer, Carli Lloyd may be the latest USWNT player to go abroad

Carli Lloyd, the reigning FIFA Player of the Year, appears set for a move abroad as the latest example of a recent trend.The U.S. national team star is expected to leave the Houston Dash to join Manchester City this season, according to multiple reports, including the Philadelphia Inquirer. The terms of the deal have reportedly not been finalized, but if her move ends up being similar...
Via FOX Sports
February 12, 2017

Boston Breakers defender Whitney Engen ‘stepping away from soccer’

Boston Breakers defender Whitney Engen has confirmed she will be “stepping away from soccer” and will not play in the NWSL in 2017. On Monday, the former Boston Breaker posted a note on her Twitter page, and said, “To the Women’s Soccer Faithful, I apologize for leaving you in limbo for so long. I have appreciated all of your encouraging messages and felt your tremendous...
Via Excelle Sports
February 06, 2017

Whitney Engen announces she has been released from U.S. women’s national team

Professional soccer player Whitney Engen announced on Twitter Sunday, that she has been released from the U.S. women’s national team. Engen, known as the third-string center back for the USWNT, tweeted that her time with the USWNT has come to an end. The California-native said she received a phone call from U.S. head coach Jill Ellis following the team camp where Ellis told her...
Via Excelle Sports
October 02, 2016

What to expect as the USWNT finishes their Olympic group vs. Colombia

Well, the U.S. got through the hard part of the group stage. Thanks to goalkeeper Hope Solo, the Americans got past France on Saturday, despite being out-played for much of the first half and they bounced back after halftime for a tight 1-0 win.Now, the Americans have won two for two and are in prime position to win Group G with either a win or draw in their final group game against...
Via FOX Sports
August 09, 2016

U.S. women defeat France 1-0 in Group G play

In a matchup of two of the top three ranked teams in the world the U.S. came away with a 1-0 victory. The U.S. had two changes to its starting lineup from its first match against New Zealand with Crystal Dunn replacing Mallory Pugh and Whitney Engen coming in for Julie Johnston, who was out with groin soreness. France was forced into a last minute change to their lineup as Eugenie...
Via CSN Chicago
August 06, 2016

Whitney Engen: One-Hit Wonder | WNT Animated, Presented by Ritz

The post Whitney Engen: One-Hit Wonder | WNT Animated, Presented by Ritz appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
Via The Soccer Daily
July 18, 2016

Pugh makes USWNT Olympic qualifying roster; O'Reilly, Engen miss out

United States women's national team coach Jill Ellis released her 20-player roster for the upcoming Olympic qualifying matches with some interesting surprises.  Mallory Pugh, the 17-year-old prodigy who made her senior team debut by scoring a goal is USA's 5-0 rout over the Republic of Ireland on Jan. 23, was included on Ellis' roster on Tuesday. Pugh will be joined by Stephanie...
Via FOX Sports
January 26, 2016  |  Discuss

The First Time Whitney Engen Ever Broke a Rule

The post The First Time Whitney Engen Ever Broke a Rule appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
Via The Soccer Daily
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss
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