PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The National Women's Soccer League was set to open its eighth season this weekend. The league had momentum coming off a successful year that saw a “World Cup Bump,” as well as a new commissioner and a new TV deal. But like other leagues, it's now on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. Among those who have been sidelined are the Portland Thorns' Morgan Weaver, the surprise No. 2 draft pick this year. Weaver got in just about a week of training camp before the NWSL was suspended.