The Reign was down 2-0 at halftime, but a pair of goals from Fishlock helped rally it to a 3-2 victory.
Jessica Fishlock scored in the 90th minute to lift the Seattle Reign to a 3-2 win over the Washington Spirit on Saturday afternoon in a season finale in Boyds, Md.
It was Fishlock’s second goal of the game. She put the Reign on the board in the 71st minute.
Larissa Crummer, who had substituted in at the 76th minute, had the equalizer in the 83rd on an assist from Fishlock. It was her first National Women’s Soccer League goal.
Kiersten Dallstream assisted on both of Fishlock’s goals.
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Mallory Pugh scored a brace of goals in the first half for the Spirit, which is the last-place team in the NWSL at 5-15-4. Pugh scored in the 27th and 32nd minutes. The Spirit outshot the Reign 19-12.
The Reign was eliminated from the postseason with a loss last weekend to FC Kansas City.
The Reign had gone 1-3-2 over the previous six games.
The Reign finished the season at 9-8-7 and in fifth place in the NWSL for the second consecutive year (top four make the playoffs).