Portland Schwa and San Francisco Fury looked the best two teams up through the semifinals at the Eugene reOpen. Sporting their snazzy black jerseys, Schwa seeks to throw a wrench in Fury's title aspirations by handing them a loss at this regular season tournament.
Fresh off their YCC championship, the Oregon Downpour girls are continuing their run of success, this time through seasoned women's competition. In the Eugene reOpen semifinals, they find themselves against #2 ranked San Francisco Fury.
Fresh off their Youth Club Championship title, the Oregon Downpour girls are ready to take on more seasoned women's competition. At the Eugene reOpen, they got an opportunity to face off against some of the best club teams the West Coast has to offer. In the quarterfinals, they faced short-roster...
Our first look at West Coast women's action comes with a power matchup between Seattle Riot and San Francisco Fury. While rosters at this event are a bit different from what you normally see, these two old rivals still bring it on the field.
Seattle Riot has faced an uncertain year, as they were late to declare for the series and some key players have departed for other squads. Portland Schwa fields another strong roster as they seek to build off 2019's Club Championship semifinal appearance.
The Eugene reOpen brought together some of the best women's teams in the country, albeit not all at full strength. Portland Schwa is building off a surprising 2019 semifinals appearance, while San Francisco Fury seeks to reclaim the title after losing to Brute Squad in semis.