It wasn’t supposed to end that way.
The Seattle Reign was supposed to be the one whooping it up on the field, not trudging off dejectedly, in stunned disbelief.
The Reign, after all, had made the National Women’s Soccer League its own personal playground this year. Laden with world-class talent, the Reign had lost just twice all year heading into Sunday’s title match against FC Kansas City at Starfire Sports Complex.
Logic and form said this was going to be…