The USL W League semifinals are right around the corner! Make sure to tune in to ElevenSports.com to watch both matches this Sunday, July 17.
Check out the storylines from each team below.
Minnesota Aurora FC’s goalkeeper Sarah Fuller denied Indy Eleven’s Maddy Williams from the spot in the 23rd minute which ended up being the difference maker as the match resulted in a 2-1 victory for the Aurora. Fuller’s excellent keeping has helped lead Minnesota to an undefeated season and a spot in the Semifinals.
Expect more jaw-dropping saves from Sarah Fuller in the next round.
Sarah Fuller in goal | Photo Courtesy of Minnesota Aurora FC
McLean Soccer scored a playoff-high eight goals in its quarterfinal matchup against Morris Elite SC. In the affair seven different McLean players found the back of the net and six of the eight goals were assisted. McLean has had no trouble finding the back of the net all season.
How many will McLean net in its high-caliber matchup against Minnesota's tough defense?
Amy Andrews scored 16 regular season goals for South Georgia Tormenta FC and the hot streak continued in the club's first match of the playoffs against FC Miami City. Andrews' lone goal in the 62 minute would prove to be the game-winner, propelling Tormenta to the semifinals.
Will Andrews find the back of the net in its meeting with Greenville and send Tormenta to the finals?
#7 Amy Andrews | Courtesy Tormenta FC
Coach Julie Carlson | Photo Courtesy of Greenville Liberty SC
Greenville Liberty SC punched its ticket to the semifinals after netting two long-range goals against visiting side Long Island Rough Riders. Both Caitlyn Reilly and Julie Mackin bagged incredible goals from outside the 18 to beat the defense and keeper.
Greenville will look to continue taking long shots as they welcome Tormenta this Sunday.