The 2017 edition of the Women’s Premier Soccer League dipped its toes into action over last weekend, before kicking off more or less fully this weekend.
Like the PDL and NPSL on the men’s side, the WPSL serves as a summer home for college soccer players, offering a platform to stay sharp ahead of the fall season.
Here’s a look at 15 Division I players set to compete in the WPSL.
Once again, Keever will return home to her native California and turn up for her old youth club’s WPSL side. The dangerous attacker has earned All-Pac-12 honors of some kind of all three seasons so far, and will look to finish on a high in the fall of 2017.