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Player Ratings: Houston Dash 3, Utah Royals FC 3

Which players stood out in URFC’s first game of the tournament?

Lucas Muller | RSL Soapbox

Abby Smith: 6- Abby made a few good save throughout the game and was left hanging on all three goals.

Gunny Jonsdottir: 5.5- Gunny had a decent game overall, but it looks like she was responsible for the first Houston goal, after badly guessing where the ball was going to land.

Rachel Corsie: 6 - Rachel was responsible for the second goal, but she played well and stopped other potential goals from being scored.

Elizabeth Ball: 6.5 Elizabeth didn’t really have any bad moments, and looked good throughout the match.

Raisa Strom-Okimoto: 5- Raisa didn’t have a great match. She did have a couple of dangerous opportunities, but she had quite a few giveaways and was invisible for most of the match.

Katie Bowen: 6- Katie was involved in both the attack and on defense and did well.

Diana Matheson: 7.5 - Matheson played extremely well for her first game back from a mysterious injury, looking dangerous and scored the first Utah goal.

Lo’eau LaBonta: 6.5 - LaBonta looked good, but had a dangerous giveaway that she luckily prevented from turning bad.

Vero Boquete: 7- Vero was dangerous all game, and ended with a beautiful goal and an assist.

Brittany Ratcliffe: 7- Brittany had an impressive return to the field after missing the 2019 season. She made great runs, had great passes and was in dangerous spots the entire time she was on the field.

Amy Rodriguez: 7- Amy looked dangerous like always. She couldn’t quite get a goal, but she got an assist.


Taylor Lytle: 4- Taylor was at fault for the third Houston goal, and didn’t look great in her return from injury.

Kate Del Fava: 6- Kate didn’t stand out good or bad during her shift.

Tziarra King: 7- Tziarra played well in her professional debut, being dangerous and scoring the tying goal in the final minutes of the game to give URFC a result.

Michelle Maemone: N/A

Madeline Nolf- N/A