Allie Long was among 22 U.S. international players who were allocated to NWSL teams. (Andy Mead/YCJ Photo)
Northport, N.Y. native Allie Long can add another line to her burgeoning resume.
On Thursday, the Portland Thorns FC and U.S. international midfielder was named among the 22 U.S. national team players allocted to National Women’s Soccer League teams.
Long, who played in her first Olympics last summer, was a NWSL Best XI selection and was an MVP finalist last year.
She was among four new players who were allocated, joining Rose Lavelle (Boston Breakers), Casey Short (Chicago Red Stars) and Lynn Williams (North Carolina Courage).
The 29-year-old Long also joined Tobin Heath, Lindsey Horan, Meghan Klingenberg and Emily Sonnett as allocated players on Portland.
U.S. defender-midfielder Kelley O’Hara again was allocated to Sky Blue FC.
The Washington Spirit is the lone team without any allocated U.S. internationals.
The list of allocated players:
Boston Breakers: Rose Lavelle *
Chicago Red Stars: Julie (Johnston) Ertz, Alyssa Naeher, Christen Press and Casey Short *
Houston Dash: Morgan Brian and Carli Lloyd
FC Kansas City: Sydney Leroux, Amy Rodriguez and Becky Sauerbrunn
North Carolina Courage: Samantha Mewis and Lynn Williams *
Orlando Pride: Ashlyn Harris, Ali Krieger and Alex Morgan
Portland Thorns FC: Tobin Heath, Lindsey Horan, Meghan Klingenberg, Allie Long * and Emily Sonnett
Seattle Reign FC: Megan Rapinoe
Sky Blue FC: Kelley O’Hara
Washington Spirit: None
* — New federation player in 2017