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Angel City FC 2022 Player Postmortem: Jasmyne Spencer

Jasmyne Spencer was one of Angel City FC’s expansion draft selections for their inaugural 2022 season, the veteran having previously played for five NWSL clubs as well as stints in Europe and Australia. Let’s just say Angel City really wanted to add Spencer for their debut season. An attacker...
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Angel City FC sign Jasmyne Spencer, Dani Weatherholt for 2022 season

Angel City FC are gearing up for their first preseason, and on Monday they announced the signings of forward Jasmyne Spencer and midfielder Dani Weatherholt for the 2022 season. Both players were selected by ACFC in the expansion draft in December. Spencer, 31, joins after playing on three continents to...
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Kristie Mewis and Jasmyne Spencer selected in NWSL Expansion Draft

The Houston Dash lost midfielder Kristie Mewis to San Diego Wave FC and Jasmyne Spencer to Angel City FC in this evening’s NWSL Expansion Draft. Mewis, 30, was traded to the Dash in 2017 and made 54 appearance for Houston. The US international scored 9 goals and added 7 assists during her time with the Dash. Mewis saw a bit of a career revitalization in Houston and got back in to the United States Women’s National Team picture. She has 33 caps for the USWNT, with 4 goals and 4 assists. Her presence in the midfield will definitely be missed in Houston.
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Jasmyne Spencer releases collection for Hurricane Ida relief

Houston Dash forward, Jasmyne Spencer, has released a collection of clothing called Gone by 2050, in order to raise funds for people affected by Hurricane Ida. The sustainable collection includes graphic tees designs by artist Shade Pratt, sweatpants and hoodies, which come in four different colours. 10 percent of the proceeds will go to SBP-USA, an organisation focused on investing in resilient communities and disaster recovery.