Jonathan Tannenwald covers soccer for the Inquirer and Daily News.

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NWSL faces key questions over TV deal, next commissioner and expansion

After an NWSL board meeting Tuesday, Chicago Red Stars owner Arnim Whisler gave updates on some of the biggest talking points facing the league.

Union’s Ernst Tanner thrilled to have Jamiro Monteiro back, and isn’t done shopping yet

Tanner said the club-record $2 million transfer fee beat the “significantly higher” purchase price the Union and French club Metz originally agreed to when Monteiro was loaned here last year.

George Mason 76, La Salle 63: Stats, highlights, and reaction from Explorers’ loss

After staying close in a scrappy first half, La Salle got steamrolled in the second half.

Princeton 63, Penn 58: Stats, highlights, and reaction from Quakers’ loss

After a bad start to Ivy League play in a home loss to Princeton last Saturday, Penn’s season got even worse Friday night.

Union re-sign Monteiro, buying key midfielder from France’s Metz for $2 million

It’s a dramatic turn of events for the team and a player who was widely believed to be gone when his loan expired.

Union trade out of MLS draft first round for second straight year

Holding the No. 21 pick in a year with few top college prospects, the team dealt the pick to D.C. United Thursday in the hour before the MLS draft kicked off.

Sky Blue FC trades for Margaret Purce, sends Raquel Rodriguez to Portland Thorns

Sky Blue FC is doing its part to light up the NWSL offseason hot stove ahead of the team's move to Red Bull Arena.

Ex-Eagle Jay Ajayi becomes professional soccer video gamer with Union

The 26-year-old running back will be the Union's official esports player in MLS-sponsored tournaments of EA Sports’ venerable FIFA soccer franchise.

MLS stays away from replay technology that’s roiling the soccer world

Major League Soccer will not incorporate the virtual offside line technology that has caused a storm of controversy in England, at least for now.

‘Carson’s Cruel Fate’: See our newspaper covers on the Eagles’ playoff loss

For the last time this winter, here are our covers from the morning after a game.