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D.C. United Acquire 2017 Third Round Draft Pick in Exchange for Conor Doyle

February 9, 2016 - WASHINGTON - D.C. United have acquired the Colorado Rapids' natural third-round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft in exchange for forward Conor Doyle. Doyle, 24, played in 25 MLS matches in 2015, starting 10. He scored two goals in the MLS season, both against the Fire. Doyle made four appearances in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League and scored two goals, and also provided an assist in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. "Conor was a real team player who provided us with depth at multiple p... Full Story

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NWSL Announces Labbé, Matheson, and Zadorsky as Spirit's 2016 Canadian Allocated Players

February 8, 2016 - BOYDS, MD - The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) announced today the Canadian Women's National Team allocated players for 2016, including goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé, midfielder Diana Matheson, and defender Shelina Zadorsky to the Spirit. The Spirit acquired the rights to Labbé through a trade with the Chicago Red Stars announced last month in which the Red Stars received Amanda Da Costa and the Spirit's natural fourth-round pick in the 2017 NWSL College Draft. "Steph was our top tar... Full Story

D.C. United Unveil 2016 Primary Kits

February 6, 2016 - WASHINGTON - D.C. United unveiled their new primary kit for the 2016 season, which celebrates United's identity as the District's team by infusing culture with sport in an unprecedented way. The kit is a symbol of United's commitment to D.C. as the team prepares for their new home in Buzzard Point. The neck tape reads, "Taxation without Representation," the unofficial mantra of the District, representing the D.C. voting rights movement, as District residents pay federal taxes, yet have no vot... Full Story

BayHawks Receive Three Players and First Round Pick for Goalie Tyler Fiorito

February 5, 2016 - ANNAPOLIS, MD - The Chesapeake Bayhawks announced Friday that they received a 2017 first round college pick and three players (midfielders Tyler German and Greg Coholan, as well as attackman Ryan Young) from the Boston Cannons in exchange for goalie Tyler Fiorito and a 2017 seventh round supplemental draft pick. "This deal makes sense for both teams," Bayhawks Head Coach Brian Reese said. "Tyler is one of, if not the best, goalies in the MLL. We respect him as a teammate and player and wish h... Full Story

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