As the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup progresses, Canada is developing a reputation as a world power in women’s soccer. Lady Eagles’ fans knew that though, thanks to the play of Canadian forward Lauren Hughes this season.
The Charlotte Lady Eagles kick off a four-game road trip this Saturday by heading north to face the Southeast Conference leading Dayton Dutch Lions. Dayton has won the first five games of their W-League campaign, but the Lady Eagles have a game in hand on the Dutch Lions and could pull within three points of first place with a win in their first true road game of the season.
The Charlotte Eagles are off to a great start to their 2015 campaign, winning their first six games and establishing themselves as the team to beat in the Southeast Division of PDL. One player who has contributed to this success is striker Danny Jensen.
The Lady Eagles faced off in their 3rd home game of the 2015 Women’s league season against the Braddock Road Stars Elite on Thursday June 11, 2015 earning another win at home and earning Charlotte Goalkeeper Robyn Horner her first shut out of the 2015 season.