Spokane Shadow announce NWPL season schedule

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SPOKANE,WA—(club release) The Evergreen Premier League and Northwest Premier League unveiled their 2016 season schedules Wednesday. Both leagues will kick off with a combined seven games on May 1, three of them doubleheaders, and wrap up the weekend of July 30-31. The Shadow First Teams will continue to call Spokane Falls CC Stadium, where it has won two EPLWA titles, home in 2016.
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Twin City Union FC name head coach, hold open tryouts

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tcu_clear.pngCENTRALIA/CHEHALIS, WA— (club release)Twin City Union FC are proud to announce the appointment of Sophie Clough as our first ever head coach.  Sophie will be taking on the women’s first team which will be playing its first season in the newly formed Northwest Women’s Premier League.  Sophie joins our staff equipped with an extensive background in playing, coaching and recruiting.  She brings with her a wealth of experience being a part of the coaching staffs at the University of Montana, Lamar University and Oregon State University.  Sophie currently holds a USSF “B” License.

Sophie Clough Image 1Sophie played collegiately at Oregon State University, was a part of the England U17, U19 and U21 Women’s teams as well as Leeds United Ladies FC.

“She is a perfect fit for this program and I am proud to have the opportunity to work with her” – Horst Malunat Twin City Union FC Director of…

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Kevin Moon tabbed as first Spokane Shadow NWPL head coach

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shadow-sc-500SPOKANE, WA—(club release)Spokane SC Shadow announced today that long-time Shadow youth coach Kevin Moon will serve as the head coach for the Spokane Shadow Women’s First Team as it makes its debut in the newly-created Northwest premier League (NWPL) this spring and summer.

The highly regarded USSF National A Licensed coach is the only member of the club’s staff that dates back to the initial years of the Shadow youth program in 2001, and has been a vital part of the club’s success in helping guide young athletes into the collegiate ranks serving as the club’s collegiate advisor for many years. Many of those players, who may return to Spokane to play for the First Team this season, have gone on to find success at the college level.

NWPL Primary Crest“I am extremely excited to be the head soccer coach for the Shadow Women’s First Team,” said Moon. “I would…

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