Vote each home game for the Boston Breakers Player of the Game, sponsored by Steward Health Care

(April 24, 2015) - The Boston Breakers title sponsor, Steward Health Care, is giving Breakers fans a chance to vote for the Player of the Game for all 10 Breakers home games in 2015.

(April 24, 2015) - The Boston Breakers title sponsor, Steward Health Care, is giving Breakers fans a chance to vote for the Player of the Game for all 10 Breakers home games in 2015.

Fans can vote on Twitter using the hashtag #StewardMVP up until the 85th minute of every home match. The player that receives the most votes will be named Steward Health Cares Player of the Game.

Steward Health Care will provide the Player of the Game with $500 to donate to a charity of their choice. Each Player of the Game also receives a T-shirt.

Below is the list of players who have won the award this season and the charities they have selected to make the $500 donation.

Home Game 1 – Breakers vs. Houston Dash (April 26, 2015)

Stephanie McCaffrey – the rookie forward from Winchester, Mass. and former Boston College star had an assist and created havoc for Houston defenders in a 3-2 Breakers win. McCaffrey chose Wounded Warrior Project as her charity.


Home Game 2 – Breakers vs. Portland Thorns FC (May 16, 2015)

Kristie Mewis - The second-year Breaker scored the game-winning goal in the 93rd minute to defeat Portland, 1-0. Mewis had eight of the Breakers 11 shots and played 90 minutes in the victory. Mewis chose National Breast Cancer Foundation as her charity.


Home Game 3 – Breakers vs. Sky Blue FC (May 22, 2015)

Stephanie McCaffrey - The Breakers rookie continues to impress. In a 1-1 draw against Sky Blue FC, McCaffrey scored the game-tying goal in the 60th minute to keep the Breakers unbeaten at home. McCaffrey chose Wounded Warrior Project as her charity.


Home Game 4 – Breakers vs. FC Kansas City (May 30, 2015)

Jami Kranich - The second-year keeper put on a specatular display, making three remarkable saves and cutting down countless services into the box to help the Breakers secure a 1-0 win over the defending NWSL champions. Kranich chose Jamie Lynn Sullivan Memorial Foundation as her charity.

Home Game 5 – Breakers vs. Seattle Reign FC (June 21, 2015)

Kristie Mewis - The midfielder from Hanson, Mass. scored in the 14th minute to give the Breakers an early, 1-0 lead against Seattle Reign FC. It was Mewis' team-leading third goal of the season, which ties her career high. She played 90 minutes in the 3-2 loss. Mewis chose National Breast Cancer Foundation as her charity.

Home Game 6 – Breakers vs. Western New York Flash (June 28, 2015)

Julie King - The veteran defender played a strong 90 minutes in the 2-0 loss to the Western New York Flash. King disrupted a number of attacking opportunities by the Flash. King chose Susan G. Komen for the Cure as her charity.

Home Game 7 – Breakers vs. FC Kansas City (July 11, 2015)

Morgan Marlborough - The first-year Breakers forward scored her third goal of the season, setting a career high for goals scored in a season. Marlborough, who played 60 minutes in a 3-2 loss to FC Kansas City, scored off a header in the third minute, the quickest goal this season for the Breakers. Marlborough chose the Animal Rescue League of Boston as her charity.

Home Game 8 – Breakers vs. Chicago (July 22, 2015)

Alyssa Naeher - In her first home game after returning from the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Naeher made seven spectacular saves in a 2-1 loss to the Chicago Red Stars. Five of her seven saves came in the first half. Naeher chose the National Niemann-Pick Disease Foundation as her charity.

Home Game 9 – Breakers vs. Seattle Reign FC (Aug. 1, 2015)

Maddy Evans - Evans played a strong game at right back, stopping several Seattle shots and shutting down several chances in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Seattle Reign. She played all 90 minutes in the match. Evans chose Soccer Without Borders Nicaragua as her charity.

Home Game 10 – Breakers vs. Washington Spirit (Aug. 8, 2015)

Alyssa Naeher - In Boston's home finale, Naeher saved her best for last, making a season-high 11 saves, including four in a 10-second span in the second half, to preserve a 2-1 Breakers win. Naeher chose the National Niemann-Pick Disease Foundation as her charity.

 

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