Washington Spirits sign Maddie Huster as USWNT replacement player

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SANTA MONICA — Spirits Midfielder Maddie Huster signed her first contract as a U.S. Women’s National Team replacement player for Washington, joining her sister Tori on the club’s first team.

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With friendlies in full swing and World Cup qualifiers right around the corner, NWSL teams are looking to fill a few empty spots. Huster is set to replace Canadian Rebecca Quin, who is scheduled to compete for her nation’s team in their upcoming friendlies.

Huster played for Wake Forest University and was drafted in the third round of the 2018 NWSL College Draft. Huster has scored 10 career goals with eight assists and started 71 of her 75 games at Wake Forest. She has trained with both U23 and U20 camps.

Feature photo courtesy of the Washington Spirit’s website. In post photo courtesy of Maddie Huster’s Instagram.

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