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The U.S. women's national team continues to dominate, and it would appear the NWSL is finding its international footing, too. The Portland Thorns announced the signing of French superstar Amandine Henry, who will join up after her season with Lyon runs out in June. It's a sign that NWSL is ready to compete with deeper-pocketed European leagues — and is on track to become a destination for players from around the world.

Bayern Munich came back from two goals down to beat Juventus 4-2 this week and clinch a spot in the Champions League quarterfinals, a win that also had implications for future Champions League spots, which are awarded to each country based on their progress in European competition. Juventus' loss means that England has clinched four spots again for next year — a big deal, especially for the squads locked in a race for fourth place in the Premier League.

Bloomington's Jackson Yueill, now a standout at UCLA, was included in the U.S. U-20 team for the Dallas Cup, an annual youth tournament that includes both national teams and club teams.