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Stephanie Ochs on the ball for Canberra United
Stephanie Ochs on the ball for Canberra United
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Houston Dash added two more players to their squad on Monday as they picked up Bianca Henninger and Stephanie Ochs from trades.

Henninger was acquired from FC Kansas City, in exchange Kansas City have received Houston's third round College Draft pick.

Henninger was drafted to NWSL by FC Kansas City to serve as their goalkeeper and os currently playing in Germany, where she is on loan with Bayern Munich.

The goalkeeper went to the Under 20 World Cup in 2010, while she was playing her college career for Santa Clara University.

Dash coach, Randy Waldrum has experience with Henninger, having coached her as part of the USA Under 23 side and will provide a challenge for the number one jersey with Erin McLeod.

Ochs joins in a player trade deal with Washington Spirit which will see Danesha Adams move to the capital city club in a like for like exchange.

Ochs traded one capital for another in the NWSL off-season as she spends her off-season in the Australian capital playing for Canberra United in the W-League.

With the addition of Ochs Waldrum has again reunited with a player that was under his oversight while he was the Under 23 coach.

Spending 2008-2012 in the college system Ochs was able to win the West Coast Conference player of the year award in 2012 while at the University of San Diego.

Ochs was the first pick in the 2013 NWSL Supplemental Draft, picked up by Washington, playing all 22 matches for the capital club.

In the Australian W-League Ochs has played in eight games for Canberra United in the 2013-14 season, scoring four goals in the process.

2013 was a banner year for Ochs, as she won the MVP award at the Four Nations tournament, representing the USA Under 23s on the back of her two goals and three assists.

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