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Sydney Leroux helps next generation of girl soccer players

ORLANDO, Fla.— Sydney Leroux knows a thing or two about soccer. The Orlando Pride star and Olympic gold medalist added another box to her already impressive resume. Coach Leroux. The forward recently became the Girls Director of Coaching at XL Soccer World. “Why not help our youth and I...
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XL Soccer World Lake Nona Announces Sydney Leroux as Girls’ Director of Coaching and Global Ambassador

XL Soccer World is delighted to announce that Sydney Leroux is joining our team as girls’ director of coaching in Orlando and global ambassador for XL Sports. Sydney has 77 caps and 35 goals with the U.S. Women’s National Team, helping the U.S. win both the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal and the 2015 FIFA World Cup. Leroux, who currently plays for the Orlando Pride, has made 113 NWSL appearances and scored 37 goals.
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2021 Orlando Pride Season in Review: Sydney Leroux

The Orlando Pride acquired Sydney Leroux on Feb. 2, 2018 from the Utah Royals for a first-round 2019 NWSL Draft pick. After a solid 2018 season, Leroux missed almost all of 2019 while pregnant and her 2020 full return was wiped out by the global pandemic. The 2021 season was...
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Orlando Pride’s Sydney Leroux Named to 2021 NWSL Best XI Second Team

ORLANDO, Fla. (Nov. 17, 2021) - Orlando Pride forward Sydney Leroux has been named to the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Best XI Second Team presented by Mastercard, it was announced today. The Best XI First Team and Best XI Second Team are based on a weighted voting scale comprised of players (50%), owners/GMs/coaches (20%), media (20%) and fans (10%).
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NWSL Star Power Index: Sydney Leroux and Bethany Balcer lead Golden Boot race

Welcome to the NWSL Star Power Index -- a weekly gauge of the players who are generating buzz around the league. Inclusion on this list is often a a good thing but it doesn't have to be. Buzz comes in all sorts of different flavors and simply means that they're capturing the NWSL world's attention for one reason or another. Also, this is not a ranking. The players listed are in no particular order, they're just all driving the conversation in their own ways.
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Soccer Players Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer Announce Split After 6 Years of Marriage

Soccer players Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer have split. Leroux, 31, announced the news on Friday, sharing a short statement on social media. "I have always been a transparent person. With that, I would like to share that Dom and I are ending our marriage. My children have always been and always will be my first priority," the Olympic gold medalist and Orlando Pride forward wrote.
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Former USWNT star Sydney Leroux announces split from Dom Dwyer

Soccer’s power couple is no more. Sydney Leroux announced she and fellow soccer player husband Dom Dwyer were separating in a Twitter post on Friday. “I have always been a transparent person,” Leroux wrote. “With that, I would like to share that Dom and I are ending our marriage. My children have always been and always will be my first priority. I ask that you respect my family’s privacy during this time. Thank you.”
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Soccer Stars Sydney Leroux And Dom Dwyer Split After 7 Years

Soccer power couple Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer are dunzo -- the ex-USWNT star just announced they are breaking up after 7 years together. Leroux and Dwyer first went public in 2014 ... and got married in 2015. They have two children together -- 4-year-old Cassius Cruz Dwyer and 2-year-old Roux James.
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Orlando Pride vs. Racing Louisville FC: Sydney Leroux nets equalizer as Pride snatch late-game draw

It's not how you start but how you finish. The Orlando Pride players were not happy with their performance, especially in the first half, but striker Sydney Leroux found the net in the fourth minute of stoppage time as Orlando pulled out a 1-1 draw against Racing Louisville FC in a National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) match on Friday at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
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Sydney Leroux powers Orlando Pride to last-minute comeback in Louisville draw

In the final minutes of stoppage time against Racing Louisville on Friday night, the host Orlando Pride were looking for a last-ditch miracle. The Pride had trailed Louisville since the 21st minute, struggling to find a single outlet to put the ball on frame. With seconds left on the clock, the team opted for a play of late-game desperation — pulling keeper Ashlyn Harris fully out of goal to ...
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Sydney Leroux equalizes at the death as Pride draw Louisville

ORLANDO, Fla. - Orlando Pride (4-2-4, 16 points) battled to a 1-1 draw against Racing Louisville FC (3-4-2, 11 points) on Friday night at Exploria Stadium in the expansion side’s first visit to downtown Orlando. The Pride equalized at the death, with Sydney Leroux bagging her team-high fifth goal of...
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