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San Diego Wave FC: 10 things to know about NWSL playoff team

San Diego Wave defender Naomi Girma speaks to the media at the Wave training facility on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022

Del Mar, CA – September 15: San Diego Wave defender Naomi Girma speaks to the media at the Wave training facility on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022 in Del Mar, CA.

(Meg McLaughlin/The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Besides Alex Morgan, the Wave have recognizable players such as defender and rookie Naomi Girma, who is nominated for League MVP, Defender of the Year and Rookie of the Year; and goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan, who is nominated for best goalie in the NWSL and is a member the Canadian women’s national team.

Also a few notable players have been on and off the pitch much of this season due to injuries. Abby Dahlkemper, a defender and the first Wave FC player ever signed, has been sidelined with rib fractures and a back injury, and forward Katie Johnson, who also plays for the Mexican national team, has an injured right foot.

In addition, the team is filled with players from international teams such as forward Sofia Jakobsson, from Sweden; midfielder Emily van Egmond, from Australia; forward Jodie Taylor, from England; and backup goalkeeper Carly Telford, from England.