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Re: W League
« Reply #40 on: December 09, 2007, 01:07:51 AM »
2008 W-League details announced
Alignment and competition structure set for next season
USL News Release

Friday, December 7, 2007

TAMPA, FL – United Soccer Leagues announced Friday details for the 2008 USL W-League season, which will see two divisions swap conferences for the upcoming campaign. Among the details finalized recently at the 2007 Annual General Meeting at the Hyatt Regency in Tampa, FL were the alignment, schedule and playoff details for the upcoming campaign.

The W-League will consist of 41 teams in 2008. The biggest change in the alignment is the shifting of the Northern Division to the Central Conference and the Atlantic Division’s move to the Eastern Conference. Several teams were also re-aligned to accommodate the new divisional adjustments.

“The time had come to take a step back and look at the overall alignment without divisional groupings and make adjustments based on the interest of the overall long-term health of the league and its member teams,” said W-League Director of Operations Kristin Lettiere. “We believe 2008, the league’s 14th season, will be an outstanding campaign with this fresh look to the alignment along with 10 new clubs in the league this year. The new rivalries created by the re-alignment and the influx of the new teams should bring a new excitement for W-League fans everywhere.”

Expansion teams that have been formally announced to date are the Kalamazoo Outrage, FC Indiana, Carolina RailHawks, Pali Blues and Connecticut. The Carolina Dynamo will also make a return to the league after a year’s absence. Additional expansion teams yet to be announced will be in Tampa (FL), West Virginia, Los Angeles and Ventura (CA).

All teams in the league, excluding the Western Conference, will play a 14-game regular season schedule. The Western Conference sides will play a 12-game season. The season will open May 2 and close July 20.

The playoffs will begin almost immediately with a midweek divisional playoff round. The three Conference Championship Tournaments will be held July 25-27. The W-League Championship Tournament will be held August 1 and 3. The W-League Championship host is determined via a bid process with the host team receiving a bye to the W-League Semifinals August 1.

W-League Alignments and Playoff Structure by Conference

Central Conference

Midwest Division: Chicago Gaels, Cleveland Internationals, Fort Wayne Fever, FC Indiana, Kalamazoo Outrage, Michigan Hawks, Minnesota Lightning, West Michigan Firewomen
Northern Division: Hamilton Avalanche, Laval Comets, London Gryphons, Ottawa Fury, Rochester Raging Rhinos, Toronto Lady Lynx, Vermont Lady Voltage, Western Mass Lady Pioneers

Central Conference Playoffs: The playoffs open with a Divisional Round between the second and third-place teams in the Northern Division hosted by the higher seed. The winner of the Divisional Round will advance to the conference tournament with the regular season Northern Division champion and the top two teams from the Midwest Division. The top seeds will play the lower seeds from the opposite division in the conference semifinals. The conference champion will advance to the W-League Championship Tournament. The regular season conference champion has the first right to host the conference tournament if they meet the pre-established hosting requirements.

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division: Atlanta Silverbacks, Bradenton Athletics, Carolina Dynamo, Carolina RailHawks, Charlotte Lady Eagles, Hampton Roads Piranhas, Richmond Kickers Destiny, Tampa (TBA), West Virginia (TBA)
Northeast Division: Boston Renegades, Connecticut, Fredericksburg Lady Gunners, Jersey Sky Blue, Long Island Rough Riders, New Jersey Wildcats, New York Magic, Northern Virginia Majestics, Washington Freedom

Eastern Conference Playoffs: The playoffs open with a Divisional Round between the second and third-place teams in the Northeast Division hosted by the higher seed. The winner of the Divisional Round will advance to the conference tournament with the regular season Northern Division champion and the top two teams from the Atlantic Division. The top seeds will play the lower seeds from the opposite division in the conference semifinals. The conference champion will advance to the W-League Championship Tournament. The regular season conference champion has the first right to host the conference tournament if they meet the pre-established hosting requirements.

Western Conference

Alignment: Fort Collins Force, Los Angeles (TBA), Pali Blues, Real Colorado Cougars, Seattle Sounders, Vancouver Whitecaps, Ventura (TBA)

Western Conference Playoffs: The regular season conference champion will play host to the second-place finisher in the Conference Championship match. The winner advances to the W-League Championship Tournament.

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Re: W League
« Reply #41 on: December 10, 2007, 01:53:43 PM »
The manager/coach scenario in the US doesn't normally stir my interest except for perhaps the clamour for Ryan's head during and after the World Cup in China. This one caught my eye though because Keith Jones was one of the unsung heroes of the Charlton side that finally made it to the FA Premiership a decade ago. Last year he took the Atlanta Silverbacks to the W League Championship Final and it's just been confirmed that he'll be back for 2008.

Jones back as Silverbacks coach in 2008
Atlanta Silverbacks News Release - www.atlantasilverbacks.com
Friday, December 7, 2007

ATLANTA, GA -- The Atlanta Silverbacks announced first-year W-League coach Keith Jones will return for a second campaign in 2008 after leading the club to the W-League Championship match in 2007.

Just three seasons after the Atlanta Silverbacks launched a USL W-League franchise, the Atlanta Silverbacks Women have become a dominating force in the league both on and off the field.

On the field, the Silverbacks advanced to the 2007 W-League Championship match, winning a Central Conference and Atlantic Division title along the way. The team fell just shy of playoff qualification in the first two years, but in 2007 the Silverbacks went 12-3-1 and made numerous franchise records. The Silverbacks went 5-0-1 at RE/MAX Greater Atlanta Stadium, joining just five other teams in the entire W-League to remain undefeated at home.

Head Coach Keith Jones led the team throughout the successful season.

"We’re happy to have Keith back for another year," commented Silverbacks’ W-League Executive Director Laura Fedrigo. "He did a great job last season in his first year with the team and we’re looking forward to bringing home a championship this time around."

Off the field, the United Soccer Leagues recognized the Atlanta Silverbacks as the W-League Organization of the Year - the highest honors for any W-League franchise. The Silverbacks received the award at the USL’s Hall of Fame and Awards Dinner in Tampa, FL.

"We feel we’ve made great progress since starting the franchise in 2005 and we’re looking forward to the 2008 season," said Silverbacks’ President and CEO Stephen Pratten. "Both players and staff have worked hard to put a quality product on the field for our Atlanta fans and I’m very pleased that hard work has been recognized at the league level."

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Re: W League
« Reply #42 on: December 20, 2007, 11:17:22 AM »
PDL rivals add W-League teams

Ventura County and Los Angeles expand for 2008
USL News Release

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

TAMPA, FL – United Soccer Leagues announced today that the Ventura County Fusion and Los Angeles Storm of the Premier Development League will be adding W-League franchises to their clubs for the 2008 campaign, extending their rivalry into the women’s game.

The pair round out the seven-team Western Conference, and will be part of a trio of new teams in the greater Los Angeles area along with the expansion Pali Blues.

“We are thrilled that two of our PDL franchises have made a commitment to the women’s game through the W-League and look forward to what should be an exciting season in Southern California soccer,” said W-League Director of Operations Kristin Lettiere. “As we continue to expand on the west coast, we believe that these three California clubs will serve as a solid foundation for future growth. Each brings a unique identity to the league via their club structure and staff that will make the Western Conference very dynamic.”

In just their first year in the PDL the Ventura County Fusion were playoff contenders in an extremely competitive Southwest Division as the top four teams finished within a two-point spread in the standings. The Fusion, at 9-4-3, narrowly missed the postseason by those two points.

Ventura was also a leader off the field, finishing fifth in the PDL in attendance with an average of 1,176 on the year, joining the Fresno Fuego (3,068) as the leaders in the Western Conference.

"We are exciting to be bringing the highest level of women’s soccer in the US to the Ventura County areas,” said Fusion General Manager Ranbir Shergill. “Our goal was always to expand the Fusion brand and the addition on the W-League is a very exciting move for our soccer loving public and female soccer players. Having a successful fisrt season in the PDL with tremendous community support meant that the W-League was just a natural progression in creating the all-embracing soccer organization. The acquisition brings us closer to completing the top-to-bottom soccer pyramid model that every soccer organization in the US is trying to strive for."

The Los Angeles Storm saw improvement in 2007 as they moved up the table from their inaugural 2006 campaign, finishing fifth at 6-5-5 for the year. The Storm also saw success off the field with their attendance growing over 30 percent from their opening campaign as several games had crowds in excess of 1,000. The club also played host to over 2,200 fans in a friendly with Major League Soccer’s Chivas USA.

The Storm’s new W-League franchise, name to be announced, will serve as the peak of the women’s pyramid for the club’s youth partner Glendora Football Club. Glendora FC is also a member of the Super Y-League via the team’s participation in the Coast Soccer League, which serves as the SYL’s Pacific Southern California Division. The U13 Girls advanced to the SYL North American Finals last November and finished 1-1-1 in a group in which the top two teams advanced to the semifinals. Glendora played the group-winner and eventual North American Champion Cleveland Internationals to a 1-1 draw.

"We wanted a W-League team from the very beginning, but just wanted to make sure the timing was right before launching a second team," said Storm co-owner and General Manager Josh Hodges. "We have built a very strong fan base and foundation with our PDL team over the past two years and I believe that our fans will welcome the addition of a W-League team with open arms, especially since most of the games will be doubleheaders."

"The competitive girls’ level of our youth partner Glendora FC is growing rapidly and it is very realistic to think that we could take players from our youth system and have them compete for us at this level in the near future. Our surrounding communities have a lot of talent. We are excited to provide a platform for these players to compete locally at the highest level US Soccer has to offer women and give our younger players something to aspire to."

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Re: W League
« Reply #43 on: December 29, 2007, 11:49:08 PM »
Fusion to field women's team in '08
by Joe Curley 
Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Not content to be a one-year wonder, Ventura County Fusion soccer club announced Tuesday the creation of a women's team that will play in the W-League, the top women's league in North America.

The Fusion women's team will begin play in May in a reshaped Western Conference. The team will announce a head coach later this week. Tryouts begin next month at Ventura College.

"Part of our goal at the outset was having the complete club-level pyramid, being an all-embracing club," said Fusion general manager Ranbir Shergill.

"A big part of our presence in Ventura County was that we cater to the women's game. It's something we've thought about since we started."

The announcement is a sign the Fusion, the closest thing the county has to a professional sports franchise, plans to be a summer fixture for local sports fans for years to come.

"It shows our long-term commitment to the franchise, to the community and to the game," said Shergill.

The W-League is part of the United Soccer Leagues, which also includes the Premier Development League. With a roster that included nine players who played for UCLA and UC Santa Barbara in the NCAA Division I men's national title game, plus 10-goal English striker Mark Draycott, the Fusion men's team was 9-4-3 in its inaugural PDL season last summer, one win from a Southwest Division title and postseason berth.

The Fusion hopes to build on that success in the W-League, which has filled the void for professionals and internationals since the 2003 collapse of WUSA, yet still maintains "open" status that allows elite collegiate players to participate without compromising their amateur status.

The Fusion will be one of 17 clubs that play in both the PDL and W-League. Shergill said the club will host at least three men's and women's doubleheaders this coming season and have an announcement soon on the development of its youth academy.

"It's a natural progression toward completing the top-to-bottom pyramid model that every soccer organization in the U.S. is striving for," said Shergill.

The W-League sent 54 current and former players, representing nine countries and 17 franchises, to the Women's World Cup in China earlier this year, including Formiga (Brazil) and Faye White (England). U.S. internationals Cat Whitehill, Lindsay Tarpley and Heather O'Reilly won the 2005 W-League title with the New Jersey Wildcats.

The team will play a 12-game schedule in a conference that includes two other expansion franchises in Southern California, the Palisades Blues and the Los Angeles Storm, three existing teams in Colorado and two historic teams in the Pacific Northwest, the Vancouver Whitecaps and the Seattle Sounders.

"We've finally tapped into the California market, which is where we've struggled," said Kristin Lettiere, the W-League's Director of Operations. "We're thrilled that we've finally got some teams in the Southern California area.

"It's one of the biggest things we've been working on for the last three years."

The Western Conference includes the Vancouver Whitecaps, for which U.S. international Tiffeny Milbrett and Canadian superstar Christine Sinclair, who tied for the most goals in the 2002 Women's World Cup, are current and former players.

Sinclair is expected to spend the season preparing for the Olympics with the Canadian national team.

"I haven't heard from a lot of teams lately," said Lettiere. "They'll get as many big names as they can. Honestly, it depends on which countries are in the (Olympic) tournament."

The local response was triumphant.

"I haven't heard about it, but I think everyone would be interested in that," said Oaks Christian senior Kelsea Smith, who has committed to Pepperdine. "That's exciting. It's about time."

"It's a great opportunity for women that love the game and want to pursue it," said Buena High senior Amelia Mathis, who will play soccer for UCLA next year.

"Of course I think it's a wonderful opportunity for girls who continue to aspire to play at the next level," said Vince Thomas, who coached Mathis on two national championship youth club teams with the Camarillo Eagles. "I would love to see it grow into something that's lasting."

The last two Western State Conference Most Valuable Players both said they'd try out.

"I'm so excited," said former Ventura College star Sienna Kluck. "I think we'll have a great team."

"For sure, I love soccer and anytime I can support it or go out and play, that's something that I'm interested in," said Moorpark College sophomore Jessica Zuehlsdorf.

Kelsey Davis, the Thousand Oaks native who keeps goal for University of Portland, has several friends who play for the Whitecaps.

"Anytime that you can get a team like this locally, it's awesome for the younger kids to look up to and for players my age to compete on," said Davis.

The U.S. Under-23 national team goalkeeper was certainly interested in learning more about the team.

"If I decide to come home this summer, it's cool that I have a team for play for," said Davis.

http://www.venturacountystar.com/news/2007/dec/19/fusion-to-field-womens-team-in-08/



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Re: W League
« Reply #44 on: December 30, 2007, 12:00:40 AM »
RailHawks looking at Triangle's talent

Dozens of men and women try out
by Rachel Carter

RALEIGH
Jay Howell took the field to look for more players for his RailHawks women's team, which will begin play mid-May in the W-League. None of the players will be getting paid -- the W-League is usually a mix of professional players and college players who are not paid and can keep their college eligibility.

Howell has 14 commitments and hopes to have roughly 22 players by February.

Anna Rodenbough, one of North Carolina's goalkeepers, already has committed to play for the RailHawks women. She and a number of other players already committed turned up for the tryouts to help Howell.

Millbrook senior Casey Godwin, who will play at UNC-Greensboro in the fall, said she wanted to test her skills.

"It's a just good opportunity," she said. "This is the first year they've done it with girls, and I just wanted to come see how I could do."

Howell has been getting inquiries from pros, college athletes and moms who want to get back into the game.

RailHawks president and general manager Chris Economides said he was more eager to watch the women's tryouts than the men's. Raleigh previously had a successful W-League team in the Raleigh Wings, which won league titles in 1998 and 1999. The short-lived Carolina Courage also thrived in the Triangle, winning the WUSA title in 2002, before the league folded.

"With the girls, we're where we were last year," Economides said. "This is brand new, it's a new horizon for us. ... We're very excited. This is a great community in terms of supporting women's soccer here. We're very proud and pleased to bring it back."

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Re: W League
« Reply #45 on: January 07, 2008, 07:28:22 PM »
West Virginia newest W-League side

Illusion to begin play in Morgantown in 2008

USL and West Virginia Illusion News Release - www.westvirginiaillusion.com

Monday, January 7, 2008

MORGANTOWN, WV -- The West Virginia Illusion announced Monday the formation of a USL W-League women’s soccer team for the 2008 season. The W-League franchise will be based in Morgantown and will be the first elite women’s soccer franchise in the history of the state of West Virginia.

The West Virginia Illusion will be members of the Eastern Conference’s Atlantic Division in 2008. The team will be coached by Joe Dorini, Director of Coaching for West Virginia United Soccer Club and Director of Soccer Operations at PROPerformanceRx, and will consist of past WVU stars as well as the best talent in the surrounding areas.

“West Virginia has always been an unknown item in the soccer community and we are hoping to show that this area has some great talent to offer. We have some real good backing and great family ownership (The Lynch Family) that will help us create a soccer environment suited for the best teams in the country. We are contacting many schools and soccer powers in the area to bring some great talent to the team as well as some possible unknown players to make a surprise impact,” said Head Coach and General Manager Joe Dorini.

Dorini brings professional USL experience as well as high level coaching experience to the team having played for the Carolina Dynamo in the USL Second Division. He is assisted by Christen “Suggie” Seaman, a former standout defender at WVU, will take on player-coach duties. Marisa Kanela, another former WVU star, has also committed to the team for the 2008 season.

The team will be training out of PROPerformanceRx, an 80,000 square foot training and fitness facility in Morgantown, WV (www.properformancerx.com).

Future endeavors for the Illusion include bringing Super Y-League and USL Super-20 League teams to the area. The club is currently setting up youth camps throughout North Central West Virginia for the next upcoming months and though the summer.

"We hope to make the WV Illusion a hometown team by involving the community and by providing a family friendly atmosphere to every home game and Illusion event. Our goal is to provide exciting high level and competitive team to the Morgantown area. We are going to be affiliated with West Virginia United Soccer Club, and also the West Virginia Chaos of the USL Premier Development League, as well as having open arms to anyone who wants to be a part of our commitment to the community. We can’t wait to start in May 2008,” said Dorini.

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Re: W League
« Reply #46 on: January 17, 2008, 12:09:51 PM »
New Los Angeles Legends

In December, the Los Angeles Storm announced that would be joining the W-League's Western Conference next summer. Following the latest announcement yesterday, the Storm have been relaunched as the Legends following further amalgamations with local clubs.

Los Angeles Legends News Release
Wednesday, January 16, 2008

LOS ANGELES, CA -- The ownership of the Los Angeles Storm Premier Development League team announced today the finalization of a merger of two local youth clubs in the area Glendora FC and FC Stampede with the PDL and its new sister W-League side, forging the newly-named Los Angeles Legends Football Club.

After two years of competing in the USL and now the addition of the W-League franchise, the ownership felt it is important to take the next step towards their vision for a true soccer development program. The Los Angeles Legends PDL and W-League franchises will serve as the peak of the development pyramid for the newly formed Legends Football Club. Both GFC & Stampede have operated successfully for the past six years and agreed that joining forces together would be the best for everybody in the area.

“We are excited for the new name and the new direction,” said Los Angeles Legends President Josh Hodges.“Change is good and I believe this will be a change that will allow us to have a great foundation to grow even more in the future.”

The partnership will have the Legends program fielding 50 or more competitive boys and girls teams, a year-round soccer academy, and many other supporting programs. In addition to having all of the teams and programs, the PDL and W-League franchises will make the Los Angeles Legends one of the most unique soccer clubs in the Southern California area.

“We are excited about the opportunities that Legends FC will open up for our players, teams, members, and staff,” said Legends FC Director of Coaching Billy Bizzarro. “The USL teams will be a great focal point for our players to aspire to play at some day.”

The Los Angeles Legends PDL and W-League teams will continue to play at Citrus College Stadium which seats 10,000. There are five scheduled double headers for this upcoming 2008 season. The players, coaching staff, and new website will be announced soon.

For more information on the Los Angeles Legends, we will be having a formal presentation on Thursday, January 31, 2008. The event will kick off at 7:00 p.m. at the Diamond Bar Center. The address is 1600 S. Grand Ave, Diamond Bar CA 91765.

http://wleague.uslsoccer.com/home/221557.html
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Re: W League
« Reply #47 on: January 17, 2008, 12:22:29 PM »
Hellenic unveiled as new Tampa team

W-League club owned by Fotopoulos to debut in 2008
USL News Release

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

TAMPA, FL -- United Soccer Leagues and Hellenic, LLC are proud to announce the formation of the Tampa Bay Hellenic, a member of the United Soccer Leagues’ W-League. The Hellenic will begin play in 2008 as a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Hellenic, LLC is fronted by George Fotopolous and Maryanne Bishop.

Fotopolous, former women’s head coach at Louisiana State University and current Girls’ Director of Coaching (U13-U19) for the HC United Soccer Club, will also serve as the head coach of the Hellenic. His squad will consist of current and former U.S. Women’s National Team players and former WUSA players, as well as local collegiate talent. He will be assisted by his wife, Danielle Fotopolous, a former US Women’s National Team and WUSA player.

“We are excited to bring the highest level of women’s soccer to the Tampa area,” commented Fotopolous. “The W-League has demanded throughout its existence the highest standards from it’s franchises. We are committed to putting a highly competitive team on the field, and we look forward to our inaugural season.”

The Hellenic will play 14 games, including seven at their home field at the Ed Radice Sports Complex, located at 14720 Ed Radice Drive, about 20 miles Northwest of downtown Tampa. The Ed Radice Sports Complex is home to HC United, the official youth arm of the Hellenic, and has been a host site for the USL SoccerFest’s Super Y-League North American Finals the past three years.

The season starts out with a match on Saturday, May 10 against their closest rival geographically, the Bradenton Athletics. The regular season will conclude with a game at the Carolina RailHawks on Saturday, July 12, in Cary, NC. In between, the Hellenic will look to make their mark on the Atlantic Division. Other teams joining Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division are: Atlanta Silverbacks, Bradenton Athletics, Carolina Dynamo, Carolina RailHawks, Charlotte Lady Eagles, Hampton Roads Piranhas, Richmond Kickers Destiny and West Virginia Illusion.

“We are thrilled to have W-League soccer returning to our hometown of Tampa,” said W-League Director of Operations Kristin Lettiere. “USL’s presence in the community has grown tremendously over the last few years with events such as the USL SoccerFest and Annual General Meetings. We are looking forward to having an active, year-round presence via the Hellenic.”

Tampa Bay was also home from 1997-2002 to the Tampa Bay Extreme, a team famous for the signing of Hall of Famer and US international Michelle Akers in 1998. The team, which primarily called Clearwater home over its existence, also featured players such as Tara Minnax, Siri Nordby, Heather Mitts and Danielle Fotopolous, wife of the new Hellenic owner. The history of the W-League and the Fotopolous family also extends into the history of the USL front office, where Spirit Fotopolous (George’s sister) was the first Director of W-League Operations from 1996-98.

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Re: W League
« Reply #48 on: February 12, 2008, 12:47:47 PM »
After all the various new team franchise announcements and the re-shuffling of the League's divisions, the 2008 summer season is expected to consist of the following teams. The season gets under way in May.

W-League 

Central Conference

Midwest Division
Chicago Gaels
Cleveland Internationals
FC Indiana (joined from WPSL) (re-christened as FC Indiana Lionesses)
Fort Wayne Fever
Kalamazoo Outrage (new team)
Michigan Hawks
Minnesota Lightning
West Michigan Firewomen

Northern Division
Hamilton Avalanche
Laval Comets
London Gryphons
Ottawa Fury
Rochester Raging Rhinos
Toronto Lady Lynx
Vermont Lady Voltage
Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks
Bradenton Athletics
Carolina Dynamo  (returning after a year's absence)
Carolina RailHawks (new team)
Charlotte Lady Eagles
Hampton Roads Piranhas
Richmond Kickers Destiny
Tampa Bay Hellenic  (new team)
West Virginia Illusion (new team)

Northeast Division
Boston Renegades
Connecticut Passion (new team)
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners
Jersey Sky Blue
Long Island Rough Riders
New Jersey Wildcats
New York Magic
Northern Virginia Majestics
Washington Freedom

Western Conference
Fort Collins Force
Los Angeles Legends  (new team)
Pali Blues  (new team)
Real Colorado Cougars
Seattle Sounders
Vancouver Whitecaps
Ventura County Fusion (new team)

The League also seems to have lost one or two teams since last summer, although there have been no announcements that I have come across:-

San Diego Sunwaves, despite a good opening season
(Chelsea's Laura Cooper played for this outfit)
Subsequent news is that although the Sunwaves seemed to have shut down, their key personnel are involved in the new SD United operation which has started up in the WPSL.
 
Cocoa Expos
(Liz Hansen, the Canadian striker playing for Doncaster Rovers Belles was with the Expos last summer)
Subsequent news is that the Expos have joined the WPSL as Brevard County Cocoa Expos.

Mile High Edge
(based at Denver)


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Re: W League
« Reply #49 on: May 08, 2008, 12:34:48 AM »
Week 1

Saturday 10th May

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks 3 Hampton Roads Piranhas 1
Carolina Dynamo 0 Carolina Railhawks 2
West Virginia Illusion 0 Charlotte Lady Eagles 3

North East Division
Boston Renegades 0 Jersey Sky Blue 1
Long Island Rough Riders 1 Washington Freedom 3
New York Magic 2 Connecticut Passion 2

Western Division
Ventura County Fusion 0 Pali Blues 5

Sunday 11th May

Atlantic Division
Tampa Bay Hellenic 0 Bradenton Athletics 1

 
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Re: W League
« Reply #50 on: May 12, 2008, 02:08:49 PM »
Week 2

Wednesday 14th May

Atlantic Division
Carolina Dynamo 0 Atlanta Silverbacks 2

Thursday 15th May

Western Division
Seattle Sounders 1 Ventura County Fusion 0

Friday 16th May

Atlantic Division
Carolina Railhawks 0 Atlanta Silverbacks 5
Charlotte Lady Eagles 3 Carolina Dynamo 2

Midwest Division
Kalamazoo Outrage 0 FC Indiana Lionesses 2

Saturday 17th May

Atlantic Division
Hampton Roads Piranhas 0 Tampa Bay Hellenic 3

North East Division
Boston Renegades 7 Northern Virginia Majestics 1
Connecticut Passion 1 Jersey Sky Blue 3
Long Island Rough Riders 2 New York Magic 1

Western Division
Pali Blues 4 Los Angeles Legends 0
Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Ventura County Fusion 2

Sunday 18th May

Atlantic Division
Richmond Kickers Destiny 0 Carolina Railhawks 3
West Virginia Illusion 0 Tampa Bay Hellenic 3

Northern Division
Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 0 Toronto Lady Lynx 2


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Re: W League
« Reply #51 on: May 21, 2008, 12:18:55 AM »
Week 3

Tuesday 20th May

North East Division
Long Island Rough Riders 5 Connecticut Passion 0

Wednesday 21st May

Atlantic Division
Bradenton Athletic 1 Tampa Bay Hellenic 3

Midwest Division
FC Indiana Lionesses 5 Michigan Hawks 0

Northern Division
Toronto Lady Lynx 4 London Gryphons 0

Friday 23rd May

Atlantic Division
Hampton Roads Piranhas 0 Charlotte Lady Eagles 1

Midwest Division
Michigan Hawks 2 Fort Wayne Fever 1

Northern Division
Vermont Lady Voltage 0 Laval Comets 7

Western Division
Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Los Angeles Legends 1

Saturday 24th May

Atlantic Division
Carolina Railhawks 1 Carolina Dynamo 1
Richmond Kickers Destiny 0 Charlotte Lady Eagles 6
West Virginia Illusion 0 Atlanta Silverbacks 5

Midwest Division
West Michigan Firewomen 3 Kalamazoo Outrage 1

North East Division
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 0 Washington Freedom 3
New Jersey Wildcats 5 New York Magic 1

Northern Division
Rochester Rhinos 3 Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 1
Vermont Lady Voltage 0 Toronto Lady Lynx 3

Sunday 25th May

Midwest Division
FC Indiana Lionesses 5 Fort Wayne Fever 1

Northern Division
London Gryphons 4 Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 0

Western Division
Seattle Sounders 0 Los Angeles Legends 0




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« Reply #52 on: May 27, 2008, 11:20:18 AM »
Week 4

Monday 26th May

Atlantic Division
Richmond Kickers Destiny 0 Atlanta Silverbacks 3

Tuesday 27th May

Midwest Division
West Michigan Firewomen 1 Michigan Hawks 2

Northern Division
Laval Comets 2 Vermont Lady Voltage 0

Wednesday 28th May

Atlantic Division
Bradenton Athletics 0 Charlotte Lady Eagles 3

Western Division
Real Colorado Cougars 1 Vancouver Whitecaps 1

Friday 30th May

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks 3 Charlotte Lady Eagles 2

Midwest Division
Minnesota Lightning 3 Michigan Hawks 2

Western Division
Fort Collins Force 0 Vancouver Whitecaps 1

Saturday 31st May

Atlantic Division
Hampton Roads Piranhas 4 Carolina Dynamo 1
Tampa Bay Hellenic 1 Richmond Kickers Destiny 0
West Virginia Illusion 1 Carolina Railhawks 2

North Eastern Division
Connecticut Passion 1 New York Magic 1
Jersey Sky Blue 0 Boston Renegades 2
Long Island Rough Riders 1 Northern Virginia Majestics 1
New Jersey Wildcats 3 Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 1

Northern Division
London Gryphons 1 Vermont Lady Voltage 0

Western Division
Pali Blues 3 Ventura County Fusion 1

Sunday 1st June

Atlantic Division
Bradenton Athletics 4 Richmond KIckers Destiny 3

Midwest Division
Chicago Gaels 0 FC Indiana Lionesses 3
Minnesota Lightning 2 West Michigan Firewomen 0

North East Division
Long Island Rough Riders 2 Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 1
New Jersey Wildcats 2 Northern Virginia Majestics 2
Washington Freedom 0 Boston Renegades 1

Northern Division
Hamilton Avalanche 2 Rochester Rhinos 0
Toronto Lady Lynx 3 Vermont Lady Voltage 0
Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 1 Laval Comets 5

Western Division
Real Colorado Cougars 2 Fort Collins Force 1


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Re: W League
« Reply #53 on: June 02, 2008, 11:26:52 AM »
Week 5

Tuesday 3rd June

Midwest Division
Michigan Hawks 2 Kalamazoo Outrage 0

Western Division
Fort Collins Force 3 Los Angeles Legends 0

Wednesday 4th June

Atlantic Division
Carolina Dynamo 3 Bradenton Athletics 1

Midwest Division
Cleveland Internationals 5 Kalamazoo Outrage 0

Northern Division
London Gryphons 1 Toronto Lady Lynx 2

Thursday 5th June

Atlantic Division
Richmond Kickers Destiny 2 Hampton Roads Piranhas 1

Western Division
Real Colorado Cougars 1 Los Angeles Legends 0

Friday 6th June

Atlantic Division
Carolina Railhawks 4 Bradenton Athletics 0
Charlotte Lady Eagles 4 Tampa Bay Hellenic 2

Midwest Division
Cleveland Internationals 0 FC Indiana Lionesses 5
Michigan Hawks 1 Chicago Gaels 3

Western Division
Fort Collins Force 1 Pali Blues 2

Saturday 7th June

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks 6 Tampa Bay Hellenic 0
Charlotte Lady Eagles 5 Bradenton Athletics 0
West Virginia Illusion 0 Carolina Dynamo 3

Midwest Division
Minnesota Lightning 5 Kalamazoo Outrage 0

North East Division
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 0 Boston Renegades 6
Jersey Sky Blue 0 New York Magic 0
Northern Virginia Majestics 2 Connecticut Passion 3

Northern Division
Ottawa Fury 1 Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 0
Rochester Rhinos 2 Vermont Lady Voltage 1

Western Division
Vancouver Whitecaps 3 Seattle Sounders 1
Ventura County Fusion 3 Los Angeles Legends 2

Sunday 8th June

North East Division
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 1 Connecticut Passion 2
Northern Virginia Majestics 1 Boston Renegades 4
Washington Freedom 5 New Jersey Wildcats 1

Northern Division
Hamilton Avalanche 1 Vermont Lady Voltage 0
Laval Comets 4 Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 0

Western Division
Real Colorado Cougars 1 Pali Blues 5

 
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« Reply #54 on: June 05, 2008, 12:46:00 AM »
Eastern Conference – Atlantic Division
Up to Sunday 1st June 2008
1  Atlanta Silverbacks          6   6   0   0   21     3   18
2  Charlotte Lady Eagles      6   5   0   1   18     5   15
3  Tampa Bay Hellenic         5   4   0   1   10     2   12
4  Carolina Railhawks          5   3   1   1     8     7   10
5  Bradenton Athletics         4   2   0   2     6     9     6
6  Hampton Roads Piranhas  4   1   0   3     5     8     3
7  Carolina Dynamo             5   0   1   4     4   12     1
8  West Virginia Illusion       4   0   0   4     1   13     0
9  Richmond Kickers Destiny 5   0   0   5     3   17     0

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to Sunday 1st June 2008
1  Long Island Rough Riders     5   3   1   1   11     6   10
2  Boston Renegades               4   3   0   1   10     2     9
3  New Jersey Wildcats            3   2   1   0   10     4     7
4  Washington Freedom           3   2   0   1     6     2     6
5  Jersey Sky Blue                   3   2   0   1     4     3     6
6  Connecticut Passion              4   0   2   2     4   11     2
7  New York Magic                   4   0   2   2     5   10     2
8  Northern Virginia Majestics    3   0   2   1     4   10     2
9  Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 3   0   0   3     2     8     0

Western Conference
Up to Sunday 1st June 2008
1  Pali Blues                     3   3   0   0   12     1   9
2  Vancouver Whitecaps     4   2   2   0     6     4   8
3  Real Colorado Cougars   2   1   1   0     3     2   4
4  Seattle Sounders           2   1   1   0     1     0   4
5  Los Angeles Legends      3   0   1   2     1     6   1
6  Ventura County Fusion    4   0   1   3     3   11   1
7  Fort Collins Force           2   0   0   2     1     3   0
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« Reply #55 on: June 09, 2008, 11:57:28 AM »
Central Conference – Mid West Division
Up to Sunday 8th June 2008
1 FC Indiana Lionesses         5   5   0   0   20     1   15
2 Minnesota Lightning           3   3   0   0   10     2     9
3 Michigan Hawks                6   3   0   3     9   13     9
4 Cleveland Internationals      2   1   0   1     5     5     3
5 West Michigan Firewomen   3   1   0   2     4     5     3
6 Chicago Gaels                   2   1   0   1     3     4     3
7 Fort Wayne Fever              2   0   0   2     2     7     0
8 Kalamazoo Outrage           5   0   0   5     1   17     0

Central Conference – Northern Division
Up to Sunday 8th June 2008
1 Toronto Lady Lynx                    5   5   0   0   14   1   15
2 Laval Comets                           4   4   0   0   18   1   12
3 Hamilton Avalanche                  2   2   0   0   3    0   6
4 Rochester Rhinos                     3   2   0   1   5    4    6
5 London Gryphons                     4   2   0   2   6   6    6
6 Ottawa Fury                             1   1   0   0   1   0    3
7 W.Massachusetts Lady Pioneers  6   0   0   6   2   19   0
8 Vermont Lady Voltage               7   0   0   7   1   19   0

Eastern Conference – Atlantic Division
Up to Sunday 8th June 2008
1  Atlanta Silverbacks          7   7   0   0   27     3   21
2  Charlotte Lady Eagles      8   7   0   1   27     7   21
3  Carolina Railhawks          6   4   1   1   12     7   13
4  Tampa Bay Hellenic         7   4   0   3   12   12   12
5  Carolina Dynamo             7   2   1   4   10   13     7
6  Bradenton Athletics          7   2   0   5     7   21    6
7  Hampton Roads Piranhas  5   1   0   4     6    10    3
8  Richmond Kickers Destiny 6   1   0   5     5   18     3
9  West Virginia Illusion       5   0   0   5     1   16     0

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to Sunday 8th June 2008
1  Boston Renegades               6   5   0   1   20     3    15
2  Long Island Rough Riders     5   3   1   1   11     6    10
3  Washington Freedom           4   3   0   1    11     3     9
4  Connecticut Passion             6   2   2   2     9    14     8
5  New Jersey Wildcats            4   2   1   1    11     9     7
6  Jersey Sky Blue                   4   2   1   1     4     3     7
7  New York Magic                   5   0   3   2     5   10     3
8  Northern Virginia Majestics    5   0   2   3     7   17     2
9  Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 5   0   0   5     3   16     0

Western Conference
Up to Sunday 8th June 2008
1  Pali Blues                     5   5   0   0   19     3   15
2  Vancouver Whitecaps     5   3   2   0     9     5   11
3  Real Colorado Cougars   4   2   1   1     5     7   7
4  Seattle Sounders           3   1   1   1     2     3   4
5  Ventura County Fusion   5   1   1   3     6   13   4
6  Fort Collins Force          4   1   0   3     5     5   3
7  Los Angeles Legends      6   0   1   5    3    13   1
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« Reply #56 on: June 10, 2008, 12:01:34 AM »
Week 6

Tuesday 10th June

Midwest Division
Fort Wayne Fever 0 Chicago Gaels 1

Wednesday 11th June

Midwest Division
Cleveland Internationals 6 Fort Wayne Fever 1
FC Indiana Lionesses 1 Minnesota Lightning 1

North East Division
Jersey Sky Blue 2 New Jersey Wildcats 1

Northern Division
Hamilton Avalanche 1 Toronto Lady Lynx 1

Western Division
Los Angeles Legends 1 Vancouver Whitecaps 2
Real Colorado Cougars 1 Seattle Sounders 1

Thursday 12th June

Atlantic Division
Bradenton Athletics v West Virginia Illusion
(abandoned due to lightning storm in 37th minute - match resumes on Saturday 14th in the morning!)

Midwest Division
Kalamazoo Outrage 0 Michigan Hawks 0

Friday 13th June

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks 2 Carolina Railhawks 0
Tampa Bay Hellenic 4 West Virginia Illusion 0

Western Division
Fort Collins Force 0 Seattle Sounders 0
Ventura County Fusion 1 Vancouver Whitecaps 3

Saturday 14th June

Atlantic Division
Bradenton Athletics 1 West Virginia Illusion 2
Carolina Dynamo 1 Hampton Roads Piranhas 2
Charlotte Lady Eagles 2 Richmond Kickers Destiny 0

Midwest Division
Kalamazoo Outrage 0 Cleveland Internationals 4
Minnesota Lightning 1 Chicago Gaels 0
West Michigan Firewomen 0 FC Indiana Lionesses 9

North East Division
Boston Renegades 2 Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 0
New Jersey Wildcats 1 Long Island Rough Riders 2
Washington Freedom 2 New York Magic 1
**Jersey Sky Blue's game against Connecticut Passion was postponed due to lightning storms

Northern Division
Ottawa Fury 6 London Gryphons 0

Sunday 15th June

Atlantic Division
Tampa Bay Hellenic 1 Carolina Railhawks 0

Midwest Division
Michigan Hawks 1 Cleveland Internationals 2

North East Division
Connecticut Passion 2 Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 1
Washington Freedom 1 Northern Virginia Majestics 1

Northern Division
Laval Comets 3 London Gryphons 0
Ottawa Fury 1 Toronto Lady Lynx 2
Rochester Rhinos 2 Hamilton Avalanche 0

Western Division
Pali Blues 4 Vancouver Whitecaps 0



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« Reply #57 on: June 16, 2008, 02:14:48 PM »
Central Conference – Mid West Division
Up to Sunday 15th June 2008
1 FC Indiana Lionesses         7   6   1   0    30     2    19
2 Minnesota Lightning          5   4   1   0    12     3     13
3 Cleveland Internationals     5   4   0   1    17     7    12
4 Michigan Hawks                8   3   1   4    10   15     10
5 Chicago Gaels                   4   2   0   2     4     5     6
6 West Michigan Firewomen  4   1   0   3     4    14     3
7 Kalamazoo Outrage           7   0   1   6     1    21     1
8 Fort Wayne Fever              4   0   0   4     3    14     0

Central Conference – Northern Division
Up to Sunday 15th June 2008
1 Toronto Lady Lynx                    7   6   1   0   17   3   19
2 Laval Comets                           5   5   0   0   21   1   15
3 Rochester Rhinos                      4   3   0   1    7   4     9
4 Hamilton Avalanche                   4   2   1   1   4    3     7
5 Ottawa Fury                             3   2   0   1    8    2    6
6 London Gryphons                     6   2   0   4    6   15    6
7 W.Massachusetts Lady Pioneers  6   0   0   6    2   19    0
8 Vermont Lady Voltage               7   0   0   7    1   19    0

Eastern Conference – Atlantic Division
Up to Sunday 15th June 2008
1  Atlanta Silverbacks          8   8   0   0   29     3    24
2  Charlotte Lady Eagles      9   8   0   1   29     7    24
3  Tampa Bay Hellenic         9   6   0   3   17   12    18
4  Carolina Railhawks          8   4   1   3   12   10    13
5  Carolina Dynamo             8   2   1   5   11   15     7
6  Hampton Roads Piranhas   6   2   0   4     8   11    6
7  Bradenton Athletics          8   2   0   6     8   23    6
8  Richmond Kickers Destiny 7   1   0   6     5   20    3
9  West Virginia Illusion       7   1   0   6     3   21    3

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to Sunday 15th June 2008
1  Boston Renegades               7   6   0   1   22     3     18
2  Washington Freedom           6   4   1   1    14     5    13
3  Long Island Rough Riders     6   4   1   1   13      7    13
4  Connecticut Passion             7   3   2   2    11    15   11
5  Jersey Sky Blue                   5   3   1   1     6     4    10
6  New Jersey Wildcats             6   2   1   3    13   13     7
7  New York Magic                   6   0   3   3     6    12     3
8  Northern Virginia Majestics    6   0   3   3     8    18     3
9  Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 7   0   0   7     4    20     0

Western Conference
Up to Sunday 15th June 2008
1  Pali Blues                     6   6   0   0   23     3   18
2  Vancouver Whitecaps     8   5   2   1   14    11   17
3  Real Colorado Cougars   5   2   2   1     6     8     8
4  Seattle Sounders           5   1   3   1     3     4     6
5  Fort Collins Force          5   1   1   3     5     5     4
6  Ventura County Fusion   6   1   1   4     7   16     4
7  Los Angeles Legends      7   0   1   6    4    15     1
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« Reply #58 on: June 20, 2008, 12:23:38 AM »
Week 7
 
Wednesday 18th June

Midwest Division
FC Indiana Lionesses 3 Cleveland Internationals 0

North East Division
Jersey Sky Blue 0 Washington Freedom 1
New York Magic 0 Long Island Rough Riders 2

Northern Division
Laval Comets 1 Toronto Lady Lynx 2
Ottawa Fury 4 Vermont Lady Voltage 0

Thursday 19th June

Midwest Division
West Michigan Firewomen 0 Chicago Gaels 4

Friday 20th June

Atlantic Division
Atlanta Silverbacks 3 Richmond Kickers Destiny 0
Carolina Dynamo 3 West Virginia Illusion 1

Midwest Division
Minnesota Lightning 3 Fort Wayne Fever 2

North East Division
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 0 Northern Virginia Majestics 3

Saturday 21st June

Atlantic Division
Carolina Dynamo 2 Charlotte Lady Eagles 2
Hampton Roads Piranhas 2 West Virginia Illusion 1

Midwest Division
Chicago Gaels 3 Fort Wayne Fever 1
Kalamazoo Outrage 2 West Michigan Firewomen 1

North East Division
Connecticut Passion 6 New Jersey Wildcats 1
Long Island Rough Riders 2 Boston Renegades 0
Northern Virginia Majestics 0 Jersey Sky Blue 1

Northern Division
London Gryphons 2 Laval Comets 4
Rochester Rhinos 0 Ottawa Fury 7
Vermont Lady Voltage 1 Hamilton Avalanche 2

Western Division
Fort Collins Force 2 Ventura County Fusion 0

Sunday 22nd June

North East Division
Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 0 Jersey Sky Blue 2
New York Magic 0 Boston Renegades 2

Northern Division
London Gryphons 0 Rochester Rhinos 0
Toronto Lady Lynx 2 Ottawa Fury 3
Western Massachusetts Lady Pioneers 0 Hamilton Avalanche 4

Western Division
Vancouver Whitecaps 0 Pali Blues 3






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« Reply #59 on: June 24, 2008, 12:30:26 AM »
Central Conference – Mid West Division
Up to Sunday 22nd June 2008
1 FC Indiana Lionesses         8   7   1   0    33     2    22
2 Minnesota Lightning          6   5   1   0    15     5    16
3 Cleveland Internationals    6   4   0   2     17   10    12
4 Chicago Gaels                  6   4   0   2    11     6    12
5 Michigan Hawks                8   3   1   4   10    15    10
6 Kalamazoo Outrage           8   1   1   6     3    22     4
7 West Michigan Firewomen  6   1   0   5     5    20     3
8 Fort Wayne Fever              6   0   0   6     6    20     0

Central Conference – Northern Division
Up to Sunday 22nd June 2008
1 Toronto Lady Lynx                    9   7   1   1   21   7   22
2 Laval Comets                           7   6   0   1   26   5   18
3 Ottawa Fury                             6   5   0   1   22   4   15
4 Hamilton Avalanche                  6   4   1   1   10    4   13
5 Rochester Rhinos                      6   3   1   2    7   11  10
6 London Gryphons                     8   2   1   5    8   19    7
7 W.Massachusetts Lady Pioneers  7   0   0   7    2   23    0
8 Vermont Lady Voltage               9   0   0   9    2   25    0

Eastern Conference – Atlantic Division
Up to Sunday 22nd June 2008
1  Atlanta Silverbacks          9   9   0   0   32    3    27
2  Charlotte Lady Eagles     10   8   1   1   31    9    25
3  Tampa Bay Hellenic         9   6   0   3   17   12    18
4  Carolina Railhawks          8   4   1   3   12   10    13
5  Carolina Dynamo           10   3   2   5   16   18    11
6  Hampton Roads Piranhas  7   3   0   4   10   12     9
7  Bradenton Athletics          8   2   0   6    8   23     6
8  Richmond Kickers Destiny 8   1   0   7    5   23     3
9  West Virginia Illusion       9   1   0   8    5   26     3

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to Sunday 22nd June 2008
1  Boston Renegades               9   7   0   2    24    5    21
2  Long Island Rough Riders     8   6   1   1    17    7    19
3  Washington Freedom           7   5   1   1    15    5    16
4  Jersey Sky Blue                   8   5   1   2     9    5    16
5  Connecticut Passion             8   4   2   2    17  16    14
6  New Jersey Wildcats             7   2   1   4   14  19     7
8  Northern Virginia Majestics    8   1   3   4   11  19     6
7  New York Magic                   8   0   3   5     6  16     3
9  Fredericksburg Lady Gunners 9   0   0   9     4  25     0

Western Conference
Up to Sunday 22nd June 2008
1  Pali Blues                     7   7   0   0   26     3    21
2  Vancouver Whitecaps     9   5   2   2   14    14   17
3  Real Colorado Cougars   5   2   2   1     6     8     8
4  Fort Collins Force          6   2   1   3     7     5     7
5  Seattle Sounders           5   1   3   1     3     4     6
6  Ventura County Fusion   7   1   1   5     7   18     4
7  Los Angeles Legends      7   0   1   6    4    15     1
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