Lynn Williams, a late cut from the U.S. Olympic team, scored both goals for the second time in four days. She also scored twice in the 2-0 win at Racing Louisville on Wednesday.
Williams, one of four Olympic alternates, took over the league lead with five goals. Casey Pickett assisted on both goals, becoming the league leader in assists with four.
“It’s been a fantastic week for us, and amazing to come away from it with nine points,” Courage coach Paul Riley said. “Our confidence is high, and with congestion like this it’s just about finding balance so we can get as much of our players as possible.”
The Courage, which jumped ahead of the previously unbeaten Thorns with the win, has a chance to take over first place when it travels to Exploria Stadium to face the Orlando Pride on July 4.