Dani Foxhoven Will Not Return to Seattle Reign FC for the 2016 Season

Earlier today, Seattle Reign FC announced today that forward Danielle Foxhoven will not be returning to Seattle Reign FC for the 2016 season.

“The last two seasons with the Reign have been some of the best years in my soccer career. Even though I have decided to look at other opportunities, the decision comes with a heavy heart as I think so highly of this club and the team,” said Foxhoven. “It has been an absolute honor to play at Memorial Stadium, in front of our fans, and for not only Laura, but also Sam, Ben, and Bill and Teresa. I would like to extend my sincerest thanks to everyone who helped me during my time with the Reign.”

Foxhoven was signed in 2013 by Portland Thorns FC as a discovery player for the inaugural season of the National Women’s Soccer League. In November 2013, Foxhoven was traded to Reign FC in exchange for forward Jessica McDonald and the rights to defender Rebecca Moros. Foxhoven played in 16 matches for Seattle Reign FC during the 2015 NWSL season, starting two of the matches for a total of 659 minutes.

“Dani has been an important part of our club for the past two seasons. She’ll be missed by me, by her teammates and by the fans,” said Reign FC head coach and general manager Laura Harvey. “We wish her the best and will leave the door open for her to return to Reign FC at some point in the future.”