Hayley Raso played a full 90 minutes in the Portland Thorns' latest outing.
In front of over 16-thousand fans, Portland scored a late equaliser to draw 2-2 at home with Seattle Reign.
Couldn't get through these games without the best fans in the world @ThornsFC 🌹 [pic.twitter.com/Bgyf5JM1Qn]pic.twitter.com/Bgyf5JM1Qn— Hayley Raso (@HayleyRaso) May 7, 2017
The point sees the Thorns lie second on the ten-team table after four rounds.
Fresh from winning the Julie Dolan Medal for the Westfield W-League player of the year, Samantha Kerr also played a full part as Sky Blue FC went down 4-3 at Washington Spirit.
The loss leaves Sky Blue eighth after four games.
2016/17 #wleague Julie Dolan Medalist @samkerr1 . [pic.twitter.com/jwuaZ9Dt6J]pic.twitter.com/jwuaZ9Dt6J— The Women's Game (@TheWomensGame) May 1, 2017
Lydia Williams was unable to prevent a 2-0 loss for her Houston Dash side at the Chicago Red Stars.
The Matildas goalkeeper conceded goals either side of half-time in a 2-0 loss which leaves Dash in fourth place on goal difference.
And Orlando Pride picked up just their second point of the campaign with a 1-1 draw away at fellow strugglers Kansas City.
Matildas defenders Steph Catley and Alanna Kennedy played 90 minutes for the Pride, who conceded a late goal to miss out on all three points.
Fellow Aussie Laura Alleway was an unused substitute.