Denise O’Sullivan (Photo: Houston Dash)
Houston Dash has waived Irish International Denise O’Sullivan, the club announced on Wednesday, bringing their current roster to 18.
O’Sullivan played 11 matches for Houston in the 2017 season managing one assist in the match against Washington Spirit on April 29th, one year on from making her debut for the club.
Houston Dash celebrate their goal (Photo Houston Dash)
Houston Dash has continued their phenomenal, and surprising, run of form as they managed a 1-1 draw with Portland Thorns FC at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night.
It took just eight minutes for Houston Dash to open the scoring as Janine Beckie opened the scoring early in the match. Nichelle Prince found Rachel Daly at the edge of the box allowing her to cross for Beckie who was able to bury it from the spot for her first goal of the season.
Houston Dash celebrate their second goal (Photo: Houston Dash)
Houston Dash has finally hit some form, as they came from behind to score just their third road win of the season as they beat FC Kansas City 2-1 on Sunday.
FC Kansas City opened the scoring in first half stoppage time through a Shea Groom goal, her first of the year. Chrstina Gibbons’ ball in to the box fell for Groom who was able to get a shot past Jane Campbell at the far post to make it 1-0 at the break.
Houston Dash and Boston Breakers (Photo: Houston Dash)
Houston Dash have had their first draw of the season as they had their second straight match without a loss managing a scoreless draw against the Boston Breakers at BBVA Compass Stadium on Wednesday night.
It was also a second straight clean sheet for goalkeeper Jane Campbell who is keeping Australian Lydia Williams out of the side. It was also the first time this season Houston managed to pick up points in consecutive matches.
Kealia Ohai in action for the Dash (Photo: Houston Dash)
The run of ACL injuries in the 2017 NWSL season continues with Houston Dash announcing on Monday that Kealia Ohai will miss the rest of the season with an ACL injury.
Ohai was injured in the second half of the match against Orlando Pride in Orlando on Saturday and on Monday the team reported the extent of the injury. Ohai has suffered a Grade 3 ACL sprain and a medial meniscus tear in her left knee.
Photo: Houston Dash
Houston Dash has announced on Tuesday the appointment of Omar Morales as the interim head coach for the remainder of the 2017 National Womens’ Soccer League (NWSL) season following the departure of Randy Waldrum.
“It has been an interesting 10 days or so. I’m extremely excited about the opportunity and just ready to get working and try to get this ship turned around with the team – push the girls to get better every day.” Said Morales in a conference call.
In the process Houston Dash has made history as Morales is the first ever Latino coach in league history. Morales has already made his coaching debut with the Dash as he managed the team through their match this weekend against Washington Spirit on Saturday.
It was yet another hot middle of the day NWSL match at BBVA Compass Stadium as Houston Dash fell to a 2-0 loss to Seattle Reign on Saturday afternoon.
Dash fans were left frustrated as their side hit the post three times but just could not put the ball in the back of the net. Seattle managed to capitalize well on the chances that came their way, giving Dash a frustrating season.
Andressa competes for a header (Photo: Houston Dash)
Houston Dash suffered a heart breaking loss on Saturday afternoon as they fell to Sky Blue FC in New Jersey on Saturday afternoon thanks to a late goal giving Sky Blue the 2-1 win.
The winning goal came five minutes from time as Houston Dash failed to clear the ball from a free-kick conceded by Cami Privett. The ball was pumped in to the box and after a fight for the ball Sky Blue midfielder Raquel Rodriguez was able to poke it past Lydia Williams in the Dash goal.
Lee Nguyen provided an assist for New England Revolution this weekend (Photo: MLS)
Friday April 27 2017
North America (CONCACAF)
Major League Soccer
Orlando City 2 Colorado Rapids 0
Bobby Burling and Dillon Powers played the full 90 getting a yellow card in second half stoppage time as Colorado Rapids fell to Orlando City.
11th – Colorado Rapids 1W 1D 5L 4pts
Dash and Washington Spirit collide (Photo: Houston Dash)
Houston Dash has managed their first road win of the year as a Kealia Ohai managed a 1-0 win over Washington Spirit at Maryland SoccerPlex on Saturday afternoon.
That goal came in the 28th minute after a pass from Denise O’Sullivan on the left wing, creating space for Ohai. She made a good run along the sideline, allowing him to cut inside. Creating space in the box, allowing her to beat Stephanie Lebbe with a shot at the far post.