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Tymrak headed to Bayern Munich
September 3rd, 2013 9:24PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] NWSL Rookie of the Year Erika Tymrak, who earned her first cap for the USA against Mexico on Tuesday night, and FC Kansas City teammate, backup keeper Bianca Henninger, will join Americans Sarah Hagen and Amber Brooks at Frauen-Bundesliga club Bayern Munich this fall.

Henninger and Tymrak will play on loan at Bayern, which finished fourth in Germany's top women's league.

Bayern coach Thomas Woerle described Tymrak as "very talented and a versatile offensive player."

The only other American to move to the Frauen-Bundesliga this summer is goalie Libby Stout, who moved from French club Nord Allier Yzeure to BV Cloppenburg.

Natalia Mann was transferred from relegated VfL Sindelfingen to SGS Essen.

Two other NWSL players, Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris, joined Tyreso of Sweden from the Washington Spirit.

Ex-Rice goalie Catherine Fitzsimmons took over for Stout at Nord Allier Yzeure, debuting Sunday in its 2-0 loss to Paris St. Germain. Lindsey Horan came on as a sub for PSG in the second half of its league opener.


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