2019 United Women's Soccer season
The 2019 United Women's Soccer season is the 25th season of pro-am women's soccer in the United States, and the fourth season of the UWS league.
|Champions||LA Galaxy OC|
|Goals scored||386 (3.78 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Kate Howarth (NEM)|
|Biggest home win||HOU 6, ELP 0|
LIR 6, WOR 0
ROC 7, WOR 1
|Biggest away win||ELP 0, HOU 8|
|Highest scoring||ELP 0, HOU 8|
ROC 7, WOR 1
|Longest winning run||8 games|
(May 10 - June 21)
|Longest unbeaten run||10 games|
New England Mutiny
|Longest losing run||10 games|
Changes from 2018
- Syracuse Development Academy joined the league and was placed in the East Conference.
- AFC Ann Arbor joined the league and was placed in the Midwest Conference.
- San Antonio Athenians SC joined the league and was placed in the Southwest Conference.
- Queen City United SC (Regina, Saskatchewan) joined the league and was placed in the West Conference.
- Indy Premier was renamed Indiana Union
- Fort Wayne United FC Gryphons, Genesee FC, HAR FC, New York Surf, North Texas Image, Real Salt Lake Women, SoCal Crush FC and Western New York Flash left the league.
|1||New England Mutiny||10||8||0||2||30||7||+23||26||2019 East Conference playoffs|
|3||Lancaster Inferno FC||10||7||3||0||15||12||+3||21|
|4||Long Island Rough Riders||10||5||5||0||20||17||+3||15|
|5||Syracuse Development Academy||10||4||4||2||20||16||+4||14|
|6||Rochester Lady Lancers||10||3||5||2||23||20||+3||11|
|7||New Jersey Copa FC||10||1||9||0||7||20||−13||3|
|1||Lansing United||10||8||1||1||24||14||+10||25||2019 Midwest Conference playoffs|
|3||Detroit Sun FC||10||4||6||0||21||22||−1||12|
|4||Grand Rapids FC||10||3||5||2||23||26||−3||11|
|5||Michigan Legends FC||10||3||5||2||13||25||−12||11|
|6||AFC Ann Arbor||10||2||8||0||14||25||−11||6|
|1||Houston Aces||6||6||0||0||30||3||+27||18||2019 UWS national playoffs|
|2||FC Austin Elite||6||3||3||0||12||11||+1||9|
|3||San Antonio Athenians SC||6||3||3||0||12||16||−4||9|
|4||El Paso Surf||6||0||6||0||2||26||−24||0|
|1||Calgary Foothills WFC||8||6||1||1||20||5||+15||19||2019 UWS national playoffs|
|2||LA Galaxy Orange County||8||5||1||2||16||4||+12||17|
|3||Santa Clarita Blue Heat||8||5||2||1||14||9||+5||16|
|4||Queen City United SC||8||2||6||0||5||18||−13||6|
East Conference Playoffs
|1||New England Mutiny||3|
|4||Long Island Rough Riders||0|
|1||New England Mutiny||1|
|3||Lancaster Inferno FC||2|
|3||Lancaster Inferno FC||2|
Midwest Conference Playoffs
|4||Grand Rapids FC||3|
|4||Grand Rapids FC||2|
|3||Detroit Sun FC||1|
Southwest Conference regular season conference champion (Houston) plays in the national quarterfinal against a wild card selection (opponent and date to be announced). Wild card selection to be determined by the league's Competition Committee. Winner of national quarterfinal qualifies for the UWS national championship. The West Conference regular season champion automatically qualifies for the UWS national championship.
|WC||LA Galaxy OC||5|
|WC||LA Galaxy OC||4||MW||Indiana Union||1|
|SW||Houston Aces||1||WC||LA Galaxy OC||1|
|W||Calgary Foothills WFC||0|
|W||Calgary Foothills WFC||2|
|E||Lancaster Inferno FC||0|
All-League First Team
F: Kate Howarth (NEM), Alex Lamontagne (CAL)
M: Tatiana Ariza (HOU), Marti Corby (GRA), Samantha Dewey (IND), Yvonne Northover (CAL), Teresa Rook (LAN)
D: Natalie Jacobs (LAG), Sonia Rada (LAN), Yadira Toraya (SCB)
G: Hillary Beall (LAG)
All-League Second Team
F: Kaley Buck (LAN), Haley Crawford (LAN), Gabriella Mencotti (DET)
M: Vivien Beil (CON), Jordan Marada (LAG), Alexis Mitchell (LAN)
M/D: Ellie Jean (NEM), Molly McLaughlin (IND)
D/M: Natalia Ariza (HOU)
D: Athena Biondi (LAN)
G: Kelly O'Brien (LAN)
All-League Third Team
F: Tanya Boychuk (CAL), Taylor Wingerden (ROC), Bri Woodall (SAN)
M: Brooke Barbuto (SYR), Tara McKeown (SCB), Chelsey Patterson (LAG)
D: Shauny Alterisio (NEM), Paige Hayward (HOU), Julia Leonard (IND), Grace Stordy (CAL)
G: Liz-Amanda Brown (AUS)
- "UWS Welcomes Syracuse DA". February 20, 2019. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
- "Expansion: AFC Ann Arbor Joins Midwest". October 25, 2018. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
- "United Women's Soccer Welcomes Back San Antonio". January 22, 2019. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
- "United Women's Soccer Expands Further Into Canada". January 14, 2019. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
- "2019 UWS Postseason Format Released". July 5, 2019. Retrieved July 8, 2019.
- "2019 UWS Postseason Update". July 9, 2019. Retrieved July 10, 2019.
- "2019 UWS Championship Teams & Venue Set". July 15, 2019. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
- "National Final: LA Galaxy OC 1, Calgary FWFC 0". July 21, 2019. Retrieved July 21, 2019.
- "2019 UWS statistics". Retrieved July 9, 2019.
- "2019 All-United Women's Soccer Awards". United Women's Soccer (UWS). August 8, 2019.