Pro Women Weekend Recap

Weekend recap

At the halfway point of the inaugural Pro Women's season, the pathway to championship weekend is becoming more clear for division leaders.

In the Heartland Wichita Aero FC traveled to Texas in a double header weekend against ATX Spirit Image and Dallas Select Image. Aero and ATX dueled to a draw of 6 to 6 on Saturday. On Sunday the Aero fell to Dallas Select Image with a final score of (Dallas) 11 (Aero) 9.

San Antonio Slayers hosted OKC Oblivion, losing to OKC with a final score of (SAS) 1 (OKC) 5 on Saturday.

Houston Indoor Club hosted division leader Mendoza RP on Saturday. Mendoza came away with another solid victory against HIC with a final score of (MRP) 9 (HIC) 7. This win places MRP securely at the top of the Heartland division with 21 points. OKC is trailing in second place with 13.

In the Midwest Kalamazoo United traveled to Cortland, Ohio to play against the Youngstown Ladyhawks keeping their division 2 undefeated streak alive with a final score (KZOO) 6 (YL) 3 on Saturday.

Detroit City FC hosted the Cincinnati Sirens on Saturday in a tense match to determine the second place spot in the division 1 standings. Detroit was able to secure a hard-fought win in front of a sold out crowd with a score of (DCFC) 4) (Sirens) 2.

Division leader Columbus Eagles FC traveled to Kalamazoo to play against Zoo City FC on Sunday. Zoo City held the division leader to a lower than average score, but ultimately came up short. The final score was (ZOO) 4 (CEFC) 7.

Columbus remains as the clear leader of the division with 13 points. DCFC is trailing in second place with 9, and the Sirens are in a close third with 6. The second spot is still a very close competition, and the next round of matches are expected to show a more clear pathway to the Pro Women's championships in Cincinnati the weekend of April 12.

Current division standings can be found here:

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