(Undated) -- A federal judge is imposing a temporary restraining order that will give an Oregon soccer prodigy the chance to play for a professional team. The National Women's Soccer League had a rule that players had to be at least 18-years old to enter the league, however, the judge found the age restriction violates federal anti-trust law and would cause irreparable harm. The order will allow 15-year-old Olivia Moultrie to be offered a contract. Moultrie lives in Wilsonville, Oregon, and practices with the Portland Thorns. The order is only good for 14 days.