2016 National Women's Soccer League


The 2016 season was the National Women's Soccer League's 4th, and 10 teams competed in the league that year. The Western New York Flash won the 2016 NWSL championship.

2016 National Women's Soccer League Standings
2016 National Women's Soccer League League Leaders

Boston Breakers (3-15-2) - Roster | Statistics
Chicago Red Stars (9-5-6) - Roster | Statistics
FC Kansas City (7-8-5) - Roster | Statistics
Houston Dash (6-10-4) - Roster | Statistics
Orlando Pride (6-13-1) - Roster | Statistics
Portland Thorns FC (12-3-5) - Roster | Statistics
Seattle Reign FC (8-6-6) - Roster | Statistics
Sky Blue FC (7-8-5) - Roster | Statistics
Washington Spirit (12-5-3) - Roster | Statistics
Western New York Flash (9-6-5) - Roster | Statistics


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2016 Award Winners


Lynn Williams - Most Valuable Player
Ashlyn Harris - Goalkeeper of the Year
Lauren Barnes - Defender of the Year
Raquel Rodriguez - Rookie of the Year
Lynn Williams - Golden Boot
Sabrina D'Angelo - NWSL Championship Game MVP
Ashlyn Harris - NWSL Best XI First Team
Lynn Williams - NWSL Best XI First Team
Christen Press - NWSL Best XI First Team
Kealia Watt - NWSL Best XI First Team
Jessica McDonald - NWSL Best XI First Team
Allie Long - NWSL Best XI First Team
Arin Gilliland - NWSL Best XI First Team
Lauren Barnes - NWSL Best XI First Team
Emily Menges - NWSL Best XI First Team
Becky Sauerbrunn - NWSL Best XI First Team
Tobin Heath - NWSL Best XI First Team
Shea Groom - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Crystal Dunn - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Kim Little - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Jessica Fishlock - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Vanessa DiBernardo - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Danielle Colaprico - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Casey Krueger - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Christie Pearce - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Ali Krieger - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Alyssa Naeher - NWSL Best XI Second Team
Julie Johnston - NWSL Best XI Second Team

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