Reign FC appears to be the busiest sports team out there, and here is a brief rundown of three more transaction in the past week or so:
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— Seattle has acquired forward Beverly Goebel on a year-long loan for INAC Kobe Leonessa, champion of the Japanese Nadeshiko League. The California native led the league with 15 goals in 15 games this past season and was named to its Best XI. Goebel, 25, in a University of Miami product who played for the Western New York Flash in Women’s Professional Soccer and went to Japan when the league folded.
— Also announced Thursday was a trade that sent forward Liz Bogus to FC Kansas City for a second-round pick (No. 15 overall) in the 2014 college draft. The teams also swapped third-round picks. Bogus was selected No. 26 overall in the 2013 supplemental draft and played 20 games this past season, scoring once and collecting two assists. The Reign currently holds the picks at No. 9, 15 and 26 in the Jan. 17 draft.
— In a move announced last week while I was on vacation, Seattle acquired forward Danielle Foxhoven from Portland in exchange for forward Jess McDonald and the rights to midfielder Rebecca Moros from the Reign’s discovery list. Foxhoven, a University of Portland product, played 21 games for the Thorns, starting eight, and scored four goals, including two game-winners. McDonald, acquired off waivers, scored three goals and had an assist in seven games for Seattle in 2013.