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17 Jun

MUTINY 5 SYRACUSE 0


The New England Mutiny defeated Syracuse DA by the final of 5-0. Mutiny Kate Howarth (Grand Blanc, MI/ Univ. of Miami) opened the scoring on the 10' with a blast that hit the the underneath of the crossbar for what would be the game-winner. Zoe Steck (Nutley, NY/UCONN) added her second goal of the season in the 19' slotting the ball on a break in past Syracuse goalkeeper Mackenzie Hanna. Breukelen Woodard (Rutland, VT/Univ. of Penn) got the assist on the play after carruing the ball through the midfield… [read more]
13 Jun

BLACKJACK! MUTINY WIN 1-0 AT NEW JERSEY


The New England Mutiny defeated New Jersey Copa 1-0 Wednesday night at St. John Vianney high school. The victory gave the Mutiny 21 regular season wins – the most in the history of United Women’s Soccer. The 20-year-old franchise is a founding member of UWS, which was created in 2016. In a strange twist of fate, its opponent on Wednesday, New Jersey Copa, was also looking for lucky number 21. However, Mutiny forward Kate Howarth (Grand Blanc, MI/Boston Breakers) dealt New Jersey a losing hand when… [read more]
09 Jun

MUTINY DEFEAT WORCESTER 5-0


The New England Mutiny defeated the Worcester Smiles by a 5-0 final at Lusitano Stadium on Saturday night. Mutiny forward Kate Howarth scored the game-winner in the 26’ off a header on a corner kick from Monson’s Brooke Murphy. Howarth’s goal would be the only tally for the better part of 60 minutes as the home side struggled to find much rhythm and found it difficult to break down Worcester’s disciplined defensive unit. The Mutiny aided the cause with 13 offside calls against them – mostly in the… [read more]
02 Jun

MUTINY 1 FUSION 1


In what was a great display of soccer, the New England Mutiny and Connecticut Fusion played to a 1-1 draw on Saturday night at Lusitano Stadium. The home side drew first blood in the 49' as Kate Howarth scored her 55th goal as a member of the New England Mutiny. [read more]
29 May

MUTINY vs CT FUSION - Game Preview


The New England Mutiny host the Connecticut Fusion in a battle of the only remaining undefeated teams in the East Conference of United Women's Soccer. The Fusion (3-0) will feature several familiar faces as former Mutiny players will return to face their former club along with top collegiate and international stars. [read more]
20 May

MUTINY WINS HOME OPENER 4-2


In front of a capacity crowd at Lusitano Stadium, the New England Mutiny scored 3 goals in the first 30 minutes en route to a 4-2 victory over the Long Island Rough Riders on Saturday night. Breukelen Woodard started the scoring after just 16 minutes as the Mutiny seemed energized by the electric atmosphere in the stadium provided by the sellout crowd. [read more]
19 May

MUTINY PARTNERS WITH YOGA SHOP OF LUDLOW


As part of their path to success, the New England Mutiny has selected to partner with The Yoga Shop of Ludlow and to incorporate yoga into their strength, conditioning and recovery training. Instructors of the Yoga Shop will be working directly with the team prior to training sessions and on match day. Yoga has been a critical component for soccer teams throughout the world, including the Italian men’s national team and United States women’s national team. [read more]
18 May

MUTINY 4 LONG ISLAND 2


Last night was the home opener for the New England Mutiny at Lusitano Stadium as they played the Long Island Rough Riders. It took the Mutiny just 16 minutes to score their first ever goal at Lusitano Stadium and from then on, the goals kept coming. [read more]
12 May

MUTINY TURN THAT FROWN UPSIDE DOWN


Last May, the Mutiny came into General Foley Stadium in Worcester, MA and they were dealt a humbling 1-0 loss that left the team searching for answers – answers that were never found in 2018. One of the great things about soccer is that there is always next year and next year is here. The New England Mutiny opened its 2019 season with a 3-0 victory over the Worcester Smiles. [read more]
09 May

MUTINY ANNOUNCE MORE SIGNINGS


As the New England Mutiny prepares to kick off the 2019 UWS season on Saturday against the Worcester Smiles at Foley Stadium, the team is solidifying its roster for its 20th season as a franchise. Newcomer Rachel Wood (Laguna Niguel, CA) joins the Mutiny this season. After playing collegiately for Anson Dorrance at the University of North Carolina, Wood went on to play professionally in the NWSL with the Boston Breakers. Wood will join quartet of returnees, which include Sydney Brackett (Hollis,… [read more]
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