Tag Archives: Motor City FC

Costner’s First Eagles Goal Helps Columbus Earn Draw Against Detroit

Madison Costner (center) celebrates her goal against Motor City FC on June 16, 2019. | Daniel Herlensky

Madison Costner’s 35th minute goal – her first as an Eagle – helped Columbus earn a vital 1-1 draw with Motor City FC on Sunday. The Eagles are the first team to take points from Detroit – the division leaders entered the match 5-0-0 with a plus-17 goal differential. Motor City took the lead in the […]

Columbus Eagles FC vs. Motor City FC

Lisa Nouanesengsy and the Eagles fell 1-0 to Motor City on Sunday | Daniel Herlensky

The Eagles continue the WPSL season with a home match against Motor City FC on Sunday, June 16! Kickoff is scheduled for 5 p.m. at Otterbein University’s Memorial Stadium. Tickets are on sale below for $10. Also, kids ages 6 and younger get into the match for free!  This match is included in Eagles season memberships, […]

Eagles’ 2019 Division Includes Cincinnati, Dayton, Cleveland

The Ohio Valley division of the WPSL

At the WPSL’s yearly meetings on Jan. 25-26, the league announced its official divisions for 2019. Columbus Eagles FC is part of the six-team Ohio Valley division that includes Cincinnati, Dayton, Cleveland, Detroit, and Ann Arbor. Columbus will play each team twice (home and away) in a 10-match WPSL regular season. The Eagles’ full schedule […]

Eagles Fall to Motor City, 1-0

Lisa Nouanesengsy and the Eagles fell 1-0 to Motor City on Sunday | Daniel Herlensky

A physical contest was decided by one goal on Sunday, as Columbus Eagles FC fell 1-0 to Motor City FC. Madison Alexander’s 68th minute goal was the difference. The Eagles fall to 2-1-1 but still sit atop the Valley division of the WPSL. Motor City (2-0-0) moves up to second place with the win. The […]

Eagles to Play in WPSL’s New-Look ‘Valley’ Division

The WPSL Valley division includes nine teams in 2018

Columbus Eagles FC will play in the Valley division of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) in 2018, the club announced Wednesday. The Valley looks quite different than it has in years past. Columbus’s division now includes teams from five states – Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New York – and has expanded from five […]