FCKC’s Henderson still has one goal unmet

In seven starts with FC Kansas City, Melissa Henderson, 23, has been applauded for her play, but she remains without a goal — a fact certainly not lost on her as FC Kansas City travels to face Chicago at 3 p.m. Sunday.

FCKC’s Cheney receives player of month honor

As if Lauren Cheney didn't have enough to celebrate this week. Three days before her wedding day in California, Cheney was voted the National Women's Soccer League player of the month for June after scoring six goals in five games for FC Kansas City.

FC Kansas City trades Renae Cuellar

Renae Cuellar's stay in Kansas City was a brief one. FC Kansas City made the first trade in franchise history Monday, a deal that sends Cuellar, the team's second-leading scorer, to Seattle in exchange for two players and a draft pick.

FC Kansas City shuts down Portland in 2-0 win

FC Kansas City toppled the Portland Thorns 2-0 in front of 4,774 on Sunday at Shawnee Mission North District Stadium. And the Blues, 7-4-2, got that first victory over a team currently in the top four of the National Women’s Soccer League standings.

FC Kansas City’s newest addition eager for fresh start

Forward Tiffany Cameron — who scored 21 goals last season at Ohio State, including an NCAA-best nine game-winners — endured a lot of losing before she was released by the Seattle Reign FC. “It’s a breath of fresh air for me,” Cameron said. “If you look at all the teams in the NWSL, I think that Kansas City plays the best soccer.”

FC Kansas City player copes with tragic death of husband

In March, 23-year-old Jaime French learned she had been selected as a member of FC Kansas City’s inaugural team. She was one of three players plucked from a tryout open to the public. A week later, her husband, Josh, drove from Naperville, Ill., to congratulate his wife of nine months. But he never made it to Jaime’s apartment.

Cheney scores twice as FCKC beats Washington 2-0

Midfielder Lauren Cheney tallied both goals in FC Kansas City's 2-0 win against visiting Washington on Sunday. FC Kansas City, 6-4-1, earned its first home win since May 18 in front of 3,057 fans at Shawnee Mission North District Stadium.

Chicago beats FC Kansas City 3-1

After Renae Cuellar scored her fifth goal of the season, Chicago aggressively responded with a flurry of three goals, handing FC Kansas City its second consecutive home loss.

FCKC looking to stay above .500

After dropping the first match of a three-match road trip, FCKC is preparing to face winless Seattle on Sunday night. The Blues have beaten Seattle twice this year and need a win to stay above .500.

FC Kansas City expects a battle against Sky Blue

Blues midfielder Kristie Mewis sees plenty of room for improvement. “It’s time we started getting a couple of more goals,” Mewis said. “We’ve spent a lot of time working on finishing our chances. We’re scoring goals, but we could easily get a couple of more if we finish our chances.”