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BOSTON BREAKERS

BREAKING REGGAE
Five players score in Boston's 5-0 win over Jamaica
ORLANDO, Fla. – The Boston Breakers wrapped up their two-match series with the Jamaican Women’s National Team by beating the Reggae Girlz 5-0 for the second time this week. And for the second time, five different players scored for the Breakers.
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BREAKING REGGAE
Five players score in Boston's 5-0 win over Jamaica

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Boston Breakers wrapped up their two-match series with the Jamaican Women’s National Team by beating the Reggae Girlz 5-0 for the second time this week. And for the second time, five different players scored for the Breakers.

BREAKERS OPEN 2015 SEASON ON ROAD ON APRIL 11
Home opener vs. Houston on April 26

The National Women's Soccer League has unveiled its complete 2015 regular season schedule,

ADDING DEPTH
After early trade for McCaffrey, Breakers pick six in NWSL Draft

The Breakers selected Seattle's Stephanie Verdoia in the fourth round of Friday's NWSL Draft. PHILADELPHIA--It took a little dealing, but the Boston Breakers got their hometown girl. They then added depth with six selections in Friday's NWSL Draft at the Philadelphia Convention Center.

GETTING THEIR WISH
Breakers deal for BC's Stephanie McCaffrey

The Boston Breakers traded for BC product Stephanie McCaffrey in the first round of Friday's NWSL Draft. PHILADELPHIA -- It took a little dealing, but the Boston Breakers got their hometown girl.

BREAKIN' IN
Breakers have four on NWSL allocation list

CHICAGO – The National Women's Soccer League has announced the allocated players for the 2015 regular season,

BACK AS BREAKERS
Whitehill, Kamich sign for 2015

HANOVER, Mass. - The Boston Breakers have exercised the options on defender Cat Whitehill and goalkeeper Jami Kranich for the 2015 NWSL season.

SIGNING WITH ARSENAL
Sanderson joins English squad

One day after announcing she will not be returning to the Boston Breakers, forward Lianne Sanderson has signed with the Arsenal Ladies, the team where the 26-year old forward began her career.

NOT RETURNING
Breakers' Sanderson to stay in England

HANOVER, Mass. – Boston Breakers forward Lianne Sanderson will not return to the club for the 2015 NWSL season. Due to her national team commitments prior to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, Sanderson has decided to remain in England to focus on her preparations without the physical and mental strain of flying back and forth between Boston and England.

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Stadium: Harvard Stadium
Colors: Blue and White
President/General Manager: Lee Billiard
Head Coach: Tom Durkin
League: NWSL
Team Founded: 2009
Team Web Site: bostonbreakers.com
 
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