The Utah Royals came into Providence Park for the first time in their inaugural NWSL season, falling to the Portland Thorns 2-0 in a somewhat chippy game.
The Orlando Pride came to town, taking all the points as defensive gaffs, inconsistent officiating, and more brought down the Portland Thorns.
The Seattle Reign came into Providence Park for the first NW Derby of this young NWSL season with the Portland Thorns, and took all three points in a thriller.
The NWSL schedule is out and I look at a few must-see games for the Thorns. I also delve into the lineup changes for the team this season.
The Thorns secured a big three points at home on August 5th against the Houston Dash behind a stellar Tyler Lussi performance and some gelling up front.
Last week it was the top team in the NWSL, and this past Saturday it was the bottom team, but the results remained the same.
Hayley Raso's lone marker was all the Portland Thorns needed as they topple the NWSL's best North Carolina Courage at Providence Park.
The Thorns get back on the winning side of the ledger with a big 3-0 win over FC Kansas City at the friendly confines of Providence Park.
The Portland Thorns took on the Boston Breakers in the second of back-to-back games this time the NWSL matchup was at the friendly confines of Providence Park.
The Portland Thorns come back from a 2-0 deficit to secure a point against the Boston Breakers in Massachusetts this weekend.