The Women’s Premier League (WPL) is more than halfway through its newly structured season, and the competition will resume Aug. 12-13. The top-four teams will advance to the Oct. 7 semifinals (top seed hosting), and then the finalists will report to a stand-alone national championship on Oct. 14. This set-up is new to all seven members, and each team is dealing with its brand of adjustments. The Colorado Gray Wolves are in a somewhat unique position, having transitioned . . .