WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 31: Ashley Hatch #33 of Washington Spirit and Allysha Chapman #2 of Houston Dash vie for the ball as Jane Campbell #1 of Houston Dash dives to make a play during the first half of the NWSL match at Audi Field in Washington, DC on October 31, 2021. (Photo by Scott Taetsch for The Washington Post)

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

Washington Spirit player, Ashley Hatch is making waves after increasing her goal in the United States of America (USA) National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) to 40.

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With her 40th goal for the Spirit, Hatch joins an exclusive group of players with 40 or more goals for a single club.

She joined four other players in the club.

Seattle Reign’s Jess Fishlock with 41 goals while Lynn Williams (North Carolina Courage) has scored 42 goals.

Fishlock’s teammate, Megan Rapinoe with 51 goals, and Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns) with 63 goals complete the club.

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The NWSL will continue this weekend with seven games.

Friday: Washington Spirit vs Orlando Pride
Angel City vs Kansas City Current

Saturday: North Carolina Courage vs Seattle Reign
Utah Royals vs Houston Dash
Chicago Red Stars vs Portland Thorns
San Diego Wave vs Bay FC

Sunday: Gotham FC vs Raving Louisville


Kansas City Current is having a good start to the 2024 NWSL campaign.

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They have scored 17 goals in the first five matches of the season.

The team is tied for the third most goals in any five-match stretch during a single regular season in NWSL history.

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