The Orlando Pride battled to their first-ever win over the Washington Spirit behind three Pride players' goals.
The Orlando Pride drew with the Chicago Red Stars at home in this late-season matchup.
Orlando City B drew with the Harrisburg City Islanders but still stay below the playoff line.
After losing their season-opener to the Tampa Bay Rowdies on a penalty kick, Orlando City B returned the favor with a stoppage-time, equalizing penalty kick.
In a game that Orlando Pride head coach Tom Sermanni called a "must-win," Sermanni's Pride unloaded with one of their best offensive home performances ever.
Orlando City B drew with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds without team-leading assister Pierre da Silva.
The Orlando Pride have now been shut out in consecutive home matches. Orlando lost to the Houston Dash 2-0 a week earlier.
The Orlando Pride were shut out at home for the first time since July 2016.
Orlando City B scored early, but the Rochester Rhinos scored two minutes later to produce the final score.
It was a record-setting night, as the Orlando Pride recorded their first clean sheet since June 23, 2016 in a 2-0 win over the Boston Breakers.