The Orlando Pride waived backup goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer on Monday after two seasons with the club.
Kopmeyer joined the club in 2018 when she was traded by Reign FC. The keeper notched one shutout and 61 saves during her two seasons with the Pride.
Although she served as a backup to captain Ashlyn Harris for her two seasons in Orlando, Kopmeyer was called on extensively during Harris’ absences for national team duty. She earned 10 of her 13 appearances for the club in the 2019 season, winning four NWSL Save of the Week awards this year.
Before joining the Pride, Kopmeyer played for five seasons with Reign FC. She has tallied 60 appearances, 337 saves and 12 clean sheets in her seven years in the NWSL.
“On behalf of everyone at Orlando Pride, we would like to thank Haley for her contributions throughout her time in Orlando,” Pride general manager Erik Ustruck said. “Haley has given seven years of her life to growing women’s soccer and the NWSL. We respect her decision to explore new opportunities and we wish her the best of luck in her next chapter moving forward.”