The National Women’s Soccer League’s announced Monday that 19 players are available on the Re-Entry Wire as part of the End of Season Process.

Teams will have until Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET to claim a player. Results will be announced Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET.

In the event a player is requested by more than one team, that player will be awarded to the team at the top of the Waiver Tiebreak Order. Once a team claims a player via the waiver tiebreaker, that team is moved to the bottom of the order for all future waiver sessions for the remainder of the offseason.

In addition, the following player has indicated she is retiring and will not be included in today’s Re-Entry Wire:
U.S. international and North Carolina Courage’s Heather O‚ÄôReilly has retired and will not be included in the waiver wire. If a player decides to come out of retirement and returns to the league, hers rights are maintained by their most recent club.


Players available on Re-Entry Wire:

Name Club
April Bockin Chicago Red Stars
Grace Cutler Houston Dash
Clare Polkinghorne Houston Dash
Kyah Simon Houston Dash
Julia Spetsmark North Carolina Courage
Kaycie Tillman North Carolina Courage
Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic Portland Thorns FC
Jaycie Johnson Reign FC
Amandine Pierre-Louis Sky Blue FC
Kyra Carusa Sky Blue FC
McKenzie Berryhill Washington Spirit
Megan Crosson Washington Spirit
Cali Farquharson Washington Spirit
Amy Harrison Washington Spirit
Elise Kellond-Knight Washington Spirit
Chloe Logarzo Washington Spirit
Arielle Ship Washington Spirit
Tiffany McCarty Washington Spirit
Shae Yanez Washington Spirit



Re-Entry Wire Tiebreaker Order:

1. Orlando Pride
2. Sky Blue FC
3. Houston Dash
4. Utah Royals FC
5. Washington Spirit
6. Reign FC
7. Portland Thorns FC
8. Chicago Red Stars
9. North Carolina Courage






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