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Utah Royals Offseason News

Racing Louisville FC select the rights to Christen Press in 2020 NWSL Expansion Draft

Christen Press would join Louisville when she returns from Manchester United in 2021.

Dealing with a pandemic: How Utah Royals are staying focused

It’s uncharted territory in NWSL history. We’re looking at how Utah Royals are responding

2020 Utah Royals home kit leak

We take a first look at what appears to be the new home kit

Five URFC players on NWSL Allocated List for 2020

Christen Press, Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O’Hara, Diana Matheson, & Desiree Scott are Utah’s allocated players for 2020.

URFC Show (87) : Michelle Maemone interview & we respond to the new head coach hire

Michelle Maemone makes her show debut and we react to the Craig Harrington hire

URFC midfielder Mandy Laddish announces retirement, Becca Moros waived

Mandy Laddish announces her retirement, Becca Moros waived by club.

URFC Show (85) : NWSL College Draft extravaganza

It’s Episode 85 of the Utah Royals FC Show.

Utah Royals FC draft three offensive players

The focus was on strengthening the offense.

2020 NWSL College Draft: What you need to know

The 2020 NWSL College takes place Thursday, January 16 from Baltimore, Maryland.

URFC Show (84) : The show endorses Scott Parkinson

It’s Episode 84 of the Utah Royals FC Show.

Roundtable: Thoughts on Laura Harvey’s departure; who should replace her?

Laura Harvey and Utah Royals mutually agreed to part ways. We give our thoughts.

Katie Stengel traded to the Houston Dash

URFC receives second-round pick in the 2020 College Draft, as well as Houston’s natural second-round draft pick in 2021.

Laura Harvey leaves Utah Royals FC

After two years, head coach Laura Harvey steps down to pursue a coaching opportunity with U.S. Soccer

URFC midfielder Erika Tymrak announces retirement

After two seasons with Utah, Tymrak is hanging up the boots

Breaking: Utah Royals sign defender Taylor Leach

27-year-old defender joins URFC from Sweden.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Amy Rodriguez

Rodriguez was, perhaps, Utah’s most important player because of her contributions to the offense all season.

URFC Show (83) : Laura Harvey’s departure, remembering 2019 and looking ahead to 2020

It’s Episode 83 of the Utah Royals FC Show.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Becky Sauerbrunn

Despite her absence due to the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Becky Sauerbrunn continued to be an important player for Utah Royals FC in 2019.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Lo’eau LaBonta

LaBonta went from a super sub to a regular starter in 2019. What changed?

Defining moments: Utah Royals FC’s 2019 season, part I

We’ve selected the 10 moments that defined URFC’s season. This is part one, moments 1 through 5.

Reports: Laura Harvey to coach January U.S. U-18 WNT camp

The Utah Royals FC coach will take on a temporary role coaching the U.S. U-18 WNT training camp.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Desiree Scott

The Destroyer has another solid year for club and country.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Verónica Boquete

A major signing during the off-season, Boquete provided experience, leadership, and stability to Utah’s midfield.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Rachel Corsie

In her first World Cup appearance and second season with Utah, lets look at Rachel Corsie’s 2019 season.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Samantha Johnson

Johnson’s second season with Utah Royals FC ended with her retirement halfway through the season, a surprise to many.

2019 Royals Player Profile: Michelle Maemone

As a rookie, she came in and played well.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Kelley O’Hara

Between an injury and national team duty, O’Hara made four appearances for Utah in 2019.

Makenzy Doniak traded to the Chicago Red Stars

Utah Royals FC acquire a second-round pick in the 2021 NWSL College Draft.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Makenzy Doniak

Doniak made a full recovery for a 2019 return after an ACL injury in 2018, and a debut for her new club.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Becca Moros

A key veteran, Moros’ right leg injury in 2019 limited her time with the club when she was mostly needed.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Erika Tymrak

Erika Tymrak was a sub a lot in 2019 and it really hindered her ability to impact games a lot.

2019 Royals Player Profiles: Raisa Strom-Okimoto

In a year where 2019 was kinder to rookies, Strom-Okimoto, a trialist, through time as a National Team Replacement player, eventually earned a contract.