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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #60 on: April 21, 2008, 01:38:05 AM »
THE SURGE WILL STRIKE CENTRAL FLORIDA

SACRAMENTO, CA (04/18/08) - The Florida Surge of the South Conference of the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) is starting it's inaugural season this summer and will offer a higher level of play to up-and-coming talent in the Central Florida area as well as abroad in one of the top leagues in the world. Playing at the David Maus Toyota Soccer Complex - located just north of Orlando and Disney - the Surge will host a variety of job opportunities and local activities for players to not only improve their skill-sets by playing at a higher level, but enjoy their time as well.

"The league would like to welcome the Surge to the WPSL," said WPSL Commissioner Jerry Zanelli. "We have every reason to believe they will be a strong addition to the South Conference this summer."

Florida has announced their coaching staff for Summer 2008 and Head Coach Mauricio Ruiz will lead the Surge for their first campaign. Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Mauricio holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) coaching license and is the former Coaching Director for Florida Soccer Alliance. Mauricio is currently playing professional soccer in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) for the Orlando Sharks, as well as coaching at the high school level at Winter Springs High School.

"I'm excited to be coaching in the WPSL for the Florida Surge's inaugural season and am eager to display the talent level of Central Florida players," said Ruiz.

Assistant Coach Kurt R. Oettl holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma as well as a NSCAA National Diploma. He helped coach the WPSL's Central Florida Strikers in their 2006 & 2007 seasons and has coached for the Girls Premiers team from the U-12 to U-17 age groups since 2002. Oettl is also the head coach for Winter Springs High School with an overall record of 50-36-4. 

Assistant Coach Jason Mann is in his fourth year as the Head Coach for Girl's Soccer at Edgewater High School (Orlando, FL). The Edgewater Eagles have made it to the state play-offs each year and in the process have won three Metro Conference Championships, three District Championships, once a Regional Finalist, once a Regional Champion, and once a State Finalist.

Mann holds licenses from the NSCAA and USSF and also serves as the FACA (Florida Athletic Coaches Association) East Region Coordinator for Girl's Soccer. Coach Mann was a member of the inaugural coaching staff of the WPSL's Orlando Falcons and is excited about this season with the Florida Surge.

You can find contact information and news about the Florida Surge at surgesoccer.com. The WPSL is now a 51-team national women's soccer league with five conferences and is considered one of the top women's soccer leagues in the world.

http://www.wpsl.info/news/index.php/?cat=1&id=398

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« Reply #61 on: May 06, 2008, 01:18:22 PM »
The WPSL line-up for the 2008 season has finally become clearer after the long string of new franchise announcements. A few weeks ago it seemed as if the various conference and divisional arrangements might be a bit of a mess by European criteria.  Prospects seem brighter now that the intended structure of the divisions has been settled and might be closer to the divisional home and away pattern most of us are used to.  League as well as club names have gone a bit exotic too with the arrival of the Sunshine and Big Sky Conferences. There are still one or two clubs or franchises that seem to be missing or renamed - perhaps that'll be clearer when the League starts at the end of the week.
 
Pacific Conference (formerly West Conference, now in 2 divisions)
North Division

California Storm
Monterey Blues  (new team)
Sacramento Pride
San Francisco Nighthawks
Sonoma County Sol
Walnut Creek Power  (formerly Lamorinda East Bay Power)

Pacific Conference
South Division

Ajax
Claremont Stars
Los Angeles Rampage  (new team)
San Diego Sealions
SD United (new team, based in San Diego)
West Coast  (new team, based in Orange County)

Big Sky Conference (formerly South West – now with new southern members from Texas and Oklahoma)
North Division

Albuquerque Lady Asylum
Arizona Rush  (new team, based in Tucson)
Colorado Springs United
Denver Diamonds
Northern Arizona Cheetahs  (new team, based in Prescott)
Salt Lake City Sparta  (new team)
Utah Spiders

Big Sky Conference 
South Division

Fort Worth  (new team)
Oklahoma Alliance  (new team)
South Select  (new team, based in Houston)
Tulsa Spirit  (new team)
Vitesse Dallas  (new team)

Midwest Conference
Chicago United Breeze
FC St. Louis
FC Twente3 Illinois
MYSC Lady Blues  (new team, based in Madison, Wisconsin)
Ohio Premier  (new team, based in Columbus)

Sunshine Conference (formerly South)
Brevard County Cocoa Expos (from W League)
Miami Kickers
Orlando Falcons
Palm Beach United
Puerto Rico Capitals  (new team)
Thomasville Dragons  (new team)

Presumably this division will also include the recently announced Florida Surge, based in Orlando.

East Conference
North Division

Adirondack Lynx
Boston Aztecs
Maine Tide  (new team, based in Bangor)
Massachusetts Stingers
New England Mutiny
New York Athletic
Soccerplus Connecticut

East Confeence
Mid Atlantic Division

Atlantic City Diablos
Central Delaware SA Future
Lancaster Inferno  (new team)
Long Island Fury
Millburn Magic  (new team)
Northampton Laurels
Philadelphia Liberty
TSC Maryland Pride
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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #62 on: May 08, 2008, 01:00:23 AM »
Week 1

Friday 9th May
North East Division
Soccerplus Connecticut 10 Massachusetts Stingers 0

Saturday 10th May
North East Division
New England Mutiny 4 New York Athletic 0
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Will new SD United teams stand test of time?
« Reply #63 on: May 08, 2008, 05:20:20 AM »
Here is the link to an article in today's San Diego Union-Tribune that discusses San Diego's two WPSL clubs:

http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20080507/news_1s7soccol.html

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The SD United women's team left the W-League to join the SeaLions in the Women's Premier Soccer League, but first it needed the blessing of the SeaLions for a second team in the county.

“We figured it would be good for San Diego to start a little derby or superclasico,” says Lu Snyder, who doubles as the SeaLions'goalkeeper and general manager. “Both teams are high level and there's good soccer in San Diego at the women's level, and we just want to get the kids exposed to that.
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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #64 on: May 12, 2008, 02:16:53 PM »
Week 2

Friday 16th May

Mid Atlantic Division
Millburn Magic 3 Central Delaware SA Future 0

Saturday 17th May

Mid Atlantic Division
Central Delaware SA Future 1 Northampton Laurels 2

North East Division
Adirondack Lynx 1 New York Athletic 2
Maine Tide 0 Soccerplus Connecticut 2
Massachusetts Stingers 1 New England Mutiny 5

Sunshine Division
Palm Beach United 0 Brevard County Cocoa Expos 2

Sunday 18th May

Mid Atlantic Division
Atlantic City Diablos 0 Philadelphia Liberty 0
Lancaster Inferno 1 Millburn Magic 0


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Re: Will new SD United teams stand test of time?
« Reply #65 on: May 12, 2008, 10:36:36 PM »

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The SD United women's team left the W-League to join the SeaLions in the Women's Premier Soccer League, but first it needed the blessing of the SeaLions for a second team in the county.

“We figured it would be good for San Diego to start a little derby or superclasico,” says Lu Snyder, who doubles as the SeaLions'goalkeeper and general manager. “Both teams are high level and there's good soccer in San Diego at the women's level, and we just want to get the kids exposed to that.

I read somewhere that some of the San Diego Sunwaves staff were involved in the new SD United set-up. Your link seems to confirm that.
I was wondering why the Sunwaves had folded after quite a successful opening season in the W-League's Western Conference - only failing at the Conference Play-Off to Seattle. It seems that they've just changed their name instead.

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SD United Joins the WPSL
« Reply #66 on: May 12, 2008, 11:51:38 PM »

I read somewhere that some of the San Diego Sunwaves staff were involved in the new SD United set-up. Your link seems to confirm that.
I was wondering why the Sunwaves had folded after quite a successful opening season in the W-League's Western Conference - only failing at the Conference Play-Off to Seattle. It seems that they've just changed their name instead.


I went to several of the Sunwaves matches last season and like you was wondering why the club had folded after such "a successful opening season in the W-League's Western Conference."  ???  There were some good crowds for their home matches at Torero Stadium and it was a lot of fun watching the Mexican star player Maribel "Marigol" Domínguez in action after she joined the club late in the season.   8)

It wasn't mentioned in the San Diego Union-Tribune article, but I believe the main reason why the Sunwaves left the W-League was because of the high travel expenses. As a member of the WPSL PACIFIC - SOUTH conference, SD United will not have to leave southern California for their 10 conference matches.  Last season as the only W-League club in Southern California,  the Sunwaves had to take a number of expense road trips to play in Colorado, Seattle, and Vancouver.
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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #67 on: May 21, 2008, 01:54:32 AM »
Week 3

Thursday 22nd May

North East Division
Boston Aztecs 5 Massachusetts Stingers 0

Friday 23rd May

North East Division
Soccerplus Connecticut 5 Adirondack Lynx 0

Sunshine Division
Palm Beach United 3 Florida Surge 1

Saturday 24th May

Mid Atlantic Division
Philadelphia Liberty 2 Central Delaware SA Future 0

Pacific North Division
Monterey Blues 2 San Francisco Nighthawks 2
Sonoma County Sol 1 Walnut Creek Power 2

Pacific South Division
Ajax 1 Los Angeles Rampage 2
Claremont Stars 0 SD United 0
San Diego Sealions 2 West Coast 4

Sunshine Division
Brevard County Cocoa Expos 2 Miami Kickers 1
Puerto Rico Capitals 1 Thomasville Dragons 1

Sunday 25th May

Pacific North Division
Sacramento Pride 2 Monterey Blues 1
San Francisco Nighthawks 0 Sonoma County Sol 1
Walnut Creek Power 0 California Storm 4

Pacific South Division
San Diego Sealions 1 Los Angeles Rampage 1
SD United 1 Ajax 0
West Coast 0 Claremont Stars 0

Sunshine Division
Florida Surge 0 Brevard County Cocoa Expos 1
Miami Kickers 1 Palm Beach United 2





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« Reply #68 on: May 26, 2008, 06:50:04 PM »
Week 3



Pacific South Division
Ajax 1 Los Angeles Rampage 2
Claremont Stars 0 SD United 0
San Diego Sealions 2 West Coast 4


Sunday 25th May

Pacific North Division
Sacramento Pride 2 Monterey Blues 1
San Francisco Nighthawks 0 Sonoma County Sol 1
Walnut Creek Power 0 California Storm 4

Pacific South Division
San Diego Sealions 1 Los Angeles Rampage 1
SD United v Ajax
West Coast 0 Claremont Stars


Thanks for posting these results redrobin:)  I just checked the WPSL site and wasn't able to find the scores for any of these matches so I'd be curious to know where you are getting this information from.

Since I went to their first two home matches I can confirm that the scores you have posted for the San Diego Sealions matches are correct. 

In both matches the Sealions were unable to hold on to 1-0 leads.  :(   San Diego was badly outshot in both matches, but in yesterday's match the big difference was Sealion goalkeeper Lu Snyder.  I didn't hear what the official stats were for the match, but Snyder must have had at least a dozen saves and several of them were quite spectacular.  Without Snyder playing as well as she did San Diego could have easily lost 5-1.   :o
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« Reply #69 on: May 26, 2008, 10:53:23 PM »

Thanks for posting these results redrobin:)  I just checked the WPSL site and wasn't able to find the scores for any of these matches so I'd be curious to know where you are getting this information from.

Since I went to their first two home matches I can confirm that the scores you have posted for the San Diego Sealions matches are correct. 


Can't claim any special sources. Just a good ferret around the League and club sites usually. I do find the WPSL a bit harder and slower than W-League - whether that's because of the clubs or the league you may know better than me.

I see the SD United set up isn't just the same backroom staff as the Sunwaves but the squad roster also has several of last year's team, including the three with English connections. They must like the weather down there!   ;D ;D



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« Reply #70 on: May 27, 2008, 01:01:04 PM »
Week 4

Thursday 29th May

Mid Atlantic Division
Central Delaware SA Future 0 Atlantic City Diablos 5

Friday 30th May

Big Sky North Division
Albuquerque Lady Asylum 2 Northern Arizona Cheetahs 0

Mid Atlantic Division
Long Island Fury 3 Northampton Laurels 1

North East Division
Boston Aztecs 0 Soccerplus Connecticut 3

Pacific South Division
Los Angeles Rampage 2 Claremont Stars 1

Sunshine Division
Florida Surge 0 Puerto Rico Capitals 0
Orlando Falcons 0 Brevard County Cocoa Expos 8

Saturday 31st May

Big Sky North Division
Albuquerque Lady Asylum 0 Arizona Rush 4
Colorado Springs United 0 Utah Spiders 3
Denver Diamonds 3 Salt Lake City Sparta 0

Mid Atlantic Division
Millburn Magic 2 Philadelphia Liberty 2
Northampton Laurels 0 Lancaster Inferno 2

North East Division
Adirondack Lynx 5 Massachusetts Stingers 2
Maine Tide 0 New England Mutiny 1

Pacific North Division
Sacramento Pride 0 Sonoma County Sol 3
San Francisco Nighthawks 0 California Storm 1
Walnut Creek Power 3 Monterey Blues 1

Pacific South Division
SD United 1 San Diego Sealions 2
West Coast 1 Ajax 4

Sunshine Division
Brevard County Cocoa Expos 0 Puerto Rico Capitals 0
Orlando Falcons 1 Florida Surge 4
Thomasville Dragons 1 Miami Kickers 2

Sunday 1st June

Big Sky North Division
Colorado Springs United 3 Salt Lake City Sparta 1
Denver Diamonds 3 Utah Spiders 2

Midwest Division
Ohio Premier 2 FC St. Louis 0

Pacific North Division
California Storm 5 Walnut Creek Power 2
Monterey Blues 4 Sacramento Pride 3
Sonoma County Sol 1 San Francisco Nighthawks 1

Pacific South Division
Ajax 0 SD United 0
Claremont Stars 1 West Coast 2
Los Angeles Rampage 1 San Diego Sealions 0

Sunshine Division
Thomasville Dragons 2 Palm Beach United 2

Pacific Conference – North Division
Up to and including Sunday 1st June
1   California Storm                 3   3   0   0   10     2   9
2   Sonoma County Sol             4   2   1   1     6     3   7
3   Walnut Creek Power            4   2   0   2     7   11   6
4   Monterey Blues                   4   1   1   2     8   10   4
5   Sacramento Pride               3   1   0   2     5     8   3
6   San Francisco Nighthawks   4   0   2   2     3     5   2

Pacific Conference – South Division
Up to and including Sunday 1st June
1   Los Angeles Rampage   4   3   1   0   6   3   10
2   West Coast                  4   2   1   1   7   7     7
3   SD United                   4   1   2   1   2   2     5
4   Ajax                           4   1   1   2   5   4     4
5   San Diego Sealions      4   1   1   2   5   7     4
6   Claremont Stars          4   0   2   2   2   4     2

Sunshine Conference
Up to and including Sunday 1st June
1   Brevard County Cocoa Expos   5   4   1   0    13   1   13
2   Palm Beach United                 4   2   1   1     7   6     7
3   Florida Surge                       4   1   1   2     5   5     4
4   Puerto Rico Capitals               3   0   3   0     1   1     3
5   Miami Kickers                       3   1   0   2     4   5     3
6   Thomasville Dragons             3   0   2   1     4   5     2
7  Orlando Falcons                    2    0   0   2    1   12   0
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« Reply #71 on: May 28, 2008, 12:45:23 AM »
Sunday 25th May

Pacific North Division
Sacramento Pride 2 Monterey Blues 1
San Francisco Nighthawks 0 Sonoma County Sol 1
Walnut Creek Power 0 California Storm 4

Pacific South Division
San Diego Sealions 1 Los Angeles Rampage 1
SD United 1 v Ajax 0
West Coast 0 Claremont Stars 0


After the first full weekend of play, SD United, with four points from two matches,  is currently in a three-way tie for first place on points in the WPSL Pacific South division.  8)

http://www.wpsl.info/standings/

Getting a draw on the road and then defeating perennial league power AJAX 1-0 the very next day at home is about as good of a start as San Diego's newest club could hope for.  With an important victory in the team's first-ever home match at Valhalla "Viking Heaven" Stadium I would think that this result would have been posted at the team's website shortly after the final whistle was blown. 

http://www.sdunited.net/womens.html
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« Reply #72 on: May 28, 2008, 01:06:59 AM »

I read somewhere that some of the San Diego Sunwaves staff were involved in the new SD United set-up. Your link seems to confirm that.
I was wondering why the Sunwaves had folded after quite a successful opening season in the W-League's Western Conference - only failing at the Conference Play-Off to Seattle. It seems that they've just changed their name instead.


The three Brits who were on the Sunwaves roster last season have apparently decided to stay in San Diego and play for SD United:

http://www.sdunited.net/roster.html

Debs Brereton   Middlesbrough, USL-W

Laura “Coops” Cooper M  England National Team

Holly Grogan MF  England  Mid-Tenn Univ, USL-W


I'd be interested to know what kind arrangements the Sunwaves were able to make last season to secure the services of three players from England.  Since the players are not supposed to be paid a salary, I wonder if the Sunwaves found housing for them and helped them get jobs?  I wonder too if the league is allowed to help foreign players get temporary work permits or even green cards?
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S.D. United's English contingent.
« Reply #73 on: May 29, 2008, 01:06:14 AM »

Debs Brereton   Middlesbrough, USL-W

Laura “Coops” Cooper M  England National Team

Holly Grogan MF  England  Mid-Tenn Univ, USL-W


I'd be interested to know what kind arrangements the Sunwaves were able to make last season to secure the services of three players from England.  Since the players are not supposed to be paid a salary, I wonder if the Sunwaves found housing for them and helped them get jobs?  I wonder too if the league is allowed to help foreign players get temporary work permits or even green cards?

I reckon Debs Brereton and Holly Grogan were already in the States on University scholarships. In Laura's case she joined the Sunwaves for summer 2007 after playing for Chelsea in our Premier League and returned to the UK and Chelsea at the end of the Sunwaves season.

Presumably she is repeating that approach this summer. I guess she wouldn't have required a work permit if the clubs don't pay the players.

I'm intrigued to know what players like Laura and Lorrie Fair (who spent a chunk of last season with Chelsea) think about the relative standards of the different leagues. Perhaps one day we'll find out  :)

 
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« Reply #74 on: May 29, 2008, 09:33:11 PM »
I reckon Debs Brereton and Holly Grogan were already in the States on University scholarships. In Laura's case she joined the Sunwaves for summer 2007 after playing for Chelsea in our Premier League and returned to the UK and Chelsea at the end of the Sunwaves season.

Thanks for this information Robin.  :)

Presumably she is repeating that approach this summer. I guess she wouldn't have required a work permit if the clubs don't pay the players.

I realize that the British players don't need a work permit to play for SD United, but was thinking more along the lines of how they are able to support themselves while they are living in the San Diego area.

I'm intrigued to know what players like Laura and Lorrie Fair (who spent a chunk of last season with Chelsea) think about the relative standards of the different leagues. Perhaps one day we'll find out  :)

Lorrie Fair was on the San Diego SeaLions roster the previous two seasons and her twin sister Ronnie has been with the SeaLions for many years and played in both matches for San Diego over the weekend.  I'm not sure what Lorrie thinks about "the relative standards of the different leagues," but one of the perks of her being with the Chelsea organization was that Lorrie got to travel to Moscow for the CL Final last week.   8)
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« Reply #75 on: June 06, 2008, 09:00:16 PM »
Week 5

Tuesday 3rd June

Mid Atlantic Division
Long Island Fury 4 Central Delaware SA Future 0

Wednesday 4th June

Mid Atlantic Division
Lancaster Inferno 2 Northampton Laurels 0

Friday 6th June

Big Sky South Division
Vitesse Dallas 0 Oklahoma Alliance 5

North East Division
Soccerplus Connecticut 5 Boston Aztecs 0

Sunshine Division
Miami Kickers 9 Orlando Falcons 1

Saturday 7th June

Big Sky North Division
Albuquerque Lady Asylum 5 Colorado Springs United 1
Salt Lake City Sparta 0 Northern Arizona Cheetahs 1
Utah Spiders 3 Arizona Rush 1

Big Sky South Division
Fort Worth 0 Oklahoma Alliance 3
Vitesse Dallas 2 South Select 3

Mid Atlantic Division
Atlantic City Diablos 1 Long Island Fury 3
Central Delaware SA Future 2 Millburn Magic 3
Northampton Laurels 1 TSC Maryland Pride 0
**Maryland match deleted from League records

North East Division
Boston Aztecs 0 New England Mutiny 1
Maine Tide 3 Adirondack Lynx 1

Sunshine Division
Florida Surge 4 Thomasville Dragons 2
Puerto Rico Capitals 0 Palm Beach United 0

Sunday 8th June

Big Sky North Division
Albuquerque Lady Asylum 2 Denver Diamonds 2
Salt Lake City Sparta 2 Arizona Rush 2
Utah Spiders 5 Northern Arizona Cheetahs 0

Big Sky South Division
Fort Worth 0 South Select 2

Mid Atlantic Division
Philadelphia Liberty 1 Lancaster Inferno 2

Midwest Division
MYSC Lady Blues 2 FC St. Louis 0
Ohio Premier 3 FC Twente3 Illinois 0

North East Division
Massachusetts Stingers 0 Adirondack Lynx 5

Sunshine Division
Brevard County Cocoa Expos 5 Thomasville Dragons 0
Miami Kickers 3 Florida Surge 4

**There are also a number of games on both Saturday and Sunday between Pacific North and South teams from the Western Conference.
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« Reply #76 on: June 11, 2008, 09:56:35 PM »
Week 6

Wednesday 11th June

Mid Atlantic Division
Long Island Fury 5 Lancaster Inferno 2

Friday 13tth June

Big Sky South Division
Oklahoma Alliance 3 Vitesse Dallas 0

Mid Atlantic Division
Long Island Fury 1 Millburn Magic 0

North East Division
New England Mutiny 1 Soccerplus Connecticut 3

Saturday 14th June

Big Sky North Division
Arizona Rush 3 Colorado Springs United 0
Northern Arizona Cheetahs 2 Denver Diamonds 3

Big Sky South Division
Oklahoma Alliance 4 Fort Worth 3
Tulsa Spirit 0 Vitesse Dallas 2

Mid Atlantic Division
Atlantic City Diablos 5 Northampton Laurels 0
Central Delaware SA Future 0 Lancaster Inferno 6

Midwest Division
FC Twente3 Illinois 2 FC St. Louis 3
MYSC Lady Blues 2 Chicago United Breeze 1

North East Division
Adirondack Lynx 0 New England Mutiny 4
Maine Tide 6 Massachusetts Stingers 0

Pacific North Division
Sonoma County Sol 1 California Storm 2
Walnut Creek Power 0 Sacramento Pride 3

Pacific South Division
Ajax 3 San Diego Sealions 1
Los Angeles Rampage 0 West Coast 2

Sunshine Division
Puerto Rico Capitals 1 Miami Kickers 2
Thomasville Dragons 1 Orlando Falcons 0

Sunday 15th June

Big Sky North Division
Arizona Rush 4 Denver Diamonds 3
Northern Arizona Cheetahs 1 Colorado Springs United 2

Big Sky South Division
Tulsa Spirit 3 Fort Worth 3

Midwest Division
Chicago United Breeze 1 FC St. Louis 2
MYSC Lady Blues 1 FC Twente3 Illinois 0

North East Division
New York Athletic 2 Boston Aztecs 2

Pacific North Division
Sonoma County Sol 2 Monterey Blues 1
Walnut Creek Power 0 San Francisco Nighthawks 2

Pacific South Division
Ajax 3 Claremont Stars 0
Los Angeles Rampage 1 SD United 2

Sunshine Division
Orlando Falcons 2 Palm Beach United 4





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« Reply #77 on: June 12, 2008, 04:42:58 PM »
The two Pacific Conference Division tables remain the same this week as a series of inter-divisional games took place last weekend between the clubs from the two divisions. The games showed that the South teams are generally stronger and are likely to be the favourites for the Conference play-offs in the autumn.
 
Big Sky Conference – North Division
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   Utah Spiders                     4   3   0   1  13   4   9
2   Denver Diamonds              3   2   1   0   8   4   7
3   Albuquerque Lady Asylum   4   2   1   1   9   7   7
4   Arizona Rush                     3   1   1   1   7   5   4
5   Colorado Springs United     3   1   0   2   4   9   3
6   Northern Arizona Cheetahs  3   1   0   2   1   7   3
7   Salt Lake City Sparta          4   0   1   3   3   9   1

Eastern Conference – Mid Atlantic Division
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   Lancaster Inferno                 4   4   0   0     7     1   12
2   Long Island Fury                  3   3   0   0   10     2     9
3   Millburn Magic                     4   2   1   1     8     5     7
4   Philadelphia Liberty              4   1   2   1     5     4     5
5   Atlantic City Diablos             3   1   1   1     6     3     4
6   Northampton Laurels            4   1   0   3     3     8     3
7   Central Delaware SA Future   6   0   0   6     3   19     0

* Table based on divisional results only - there are several extra fixtures during the season between North East and Mid Atlantic sides

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   Soccerplus Connecticut    5   5   0   0   25     0   15
2   New England Mutiny       4   4   0   0    11     1   12
3   Adirondack Lynx            5   2   0   3    12   12     6
4   Maine Tide                    3   1   0   2     3     4     3
5   New York Athletic           2   1   0   1     2     5     3
6   Boston Aztecs                4   1   0   3     5     9     3
7   Massachusetts Stingers   5   0   0   5     3   30      0
* Table based on divisional results only - there are several extra fixtures during the season between North East and Mid Atlantic sides

Pacific Conference – North Division
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   California Storm                 3   3   0   0   10     2   9
2   Sonoma County Sol            4   2   1   1     6     3   7
3   Walnut Creek Power           4   2   0   2      7    11   6
4   Monterey Blues                  4   1   1   2     8    10   4
5   Sacramento Pride               3   1   0   2     5     8   3
6   San Francisco Nighthawks   4   0   2   2     3     5   2

Pacific Conference – South Division
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   Los Angeles Rampage   4   3   1   0   6   3   10
2   West Coast                  4   2   1   1   7   7     7
3   SD United                   4   1   2   1   2   2     5
4   Ajax                           4   1   1   2   5   4     4
5   San Diego Sealions      4   1   1   2   5   7     4
6   Claremont Stars          4   0   2   2   2   4     2

Sunshine Conference
Up to and including Sunday 8th June
1   Brevard County Cocoa Expos   6   5   1   0    18    1   16
2   Florida Surge                        6   3   1   2    13  10   10
3   Palm Beach United                 5   2   2   1     7    6     8
4   Miami Kickers                       5   2   0   3    16  10     6
5   Puerto Rico Capitals               4   0   4   0     1    1     4
6   Thomasville Dragons             5   0   2   3      6  14     2
7   Orlando Falcons                    3   0   0   3     2   21     0
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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #78 on: June 16, 2008, 06:15:15 PM »
Week 7

Monday 16th June

Sunshine Division
Brevard County Cocoa Expos 3 Florida Surge 1

Wednesday 18th June

Midwest Division
FC Twente3 Illinois 0 Chicago United Breeze 1

Friday 20th June

Big Sky North Division
Northern Arizona Cheetahs 1 Albuquerque Lady Asylum 10

Mid Atlantic Division
Lancaster Inferno 0 Philadelphia Liberty 0
Millburn Magic 0 Atlantic City Diablos 1
Northampton Laurels 1 Central Delaware SA Future 0

North East Division
Massachusetts Stingers 0 Soccerplus Connecticut 5

Sunshine Division
Orlando Falcons 0 Miami Kickers 8

Saturday 21st June

Big Sky North Division
Arizona Rush 0 Albuquerque Lady Asylum 0
Denver Diamonds 1 Colorado Springs United 1

North East Division
Massachusetts Stingers 1 New York Athletic 3
New England Mutiny 6 Adirondack Lynx 0

Pacific North Division
California Storm 6 San Francisco Nighthawks 0
Monterey Blues 0 Walnut Creek Power 1
Sonoma County Sol 2 Sacramento Pride 1

Pacific South Division
Ajax 1 West Coast 3
Claremont Stars 0 Los Angeles Rampage 3
San Diego Sealions 1 SD United 0

Sunshine Division
Brevard County Cocoa Expos 1 Orlando Falcons 0
Miami Kickers 6 Thomasville Dragons 0
Puerto Rico Capitals 0 Florida Surge 1

Sunday 22nd June

Big Sky South Division
South Select 1 Tulsa Spirit 2

Mid Atlantic Division
Philadelphia Liberty 1 Atlantic City Diablos 0

North East Division
Boston Aztecs 2 New York Athletic 0
Soccerplus Connecticut 3 Maine Tide 0

Pacific North Division
Sacramento Pride 0 California Storm 11 (eleven)
San Francisco Nighthawks 0 Monterey Blues 0
Walnut Creek Power 0 Sonoma County Sol 4

Pacific South Division
Los Angeles Rampage 1 Ajax 3
SD United 5 Claremont Stars 0
West Coast 2 San Diego Sealions 0



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Re: W.P.S.L. - Women's Premier Soccer League
« Reply #79 on: June 20, 2008, 01:38:17 AM »
Big Sky Conference – North Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Arizona Rush                    5   3   1   1   14    8  10
2   Denver Diamonds              5   3   1   1   14  10  10
3   Utah Spiders                     4   3   0   1   13   4    9
4   Albuquerque Lady Asylum   4   2   1   1    9    7    7
5   Colorado Springs United     5   2   0   3    6  13    6
6   Northern Arizona Cheetahs  5   1   0   4    4  12    3
7   Salt Lake City Sparta          4   0   1   3    3    9    1

Big Sky Conference – South Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Oklahoma Alliance   4   4   0   0   15     3   12
2   South Select           2   2   0   0     5     2     6
3   Vitesse Dallas         4   1   0   3     4   11     3
4   Tulsa Spirit             2   0   1   1     3     5     1
5   Fort Worth              4   0   1   3     6   12     1

Eastern Conference – Mid Atlantic Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Long Island Fury                  5   5   0   0   16     4   15
2   Lancaster Inferno                 6   5   0   1   15     6   15
3   Atlantic City Diablos             4   2   1   1    11    3     7
4   Millburn Magic                     5   2   1   2     8     6     7
5   Philadelphia Liberty              4   1   2   1     5     4     5
6   Northampton Laurels            5   1   0   4     3    13    3
7   Central Delaware SA Future   7   0   0   7     3    25     0
* Table based on divisional results only - there are several extra fixtures during the season between North East and Mid Atlantic sides

Eastern Conference – North East Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Soccerplus Connecticut    6   6   0   0    28     1   18
2   New England Mutiny        6   5   0   1    16     4   15
3   Maine Tide                     4   2   0   2      9     4    6
4   Adirondack Lynx             6   2   0   4    12    16    6
5   New York Athletic            3   1   1   1     4      7    4
6   Boston Aztecs                 5   1   1   3     7    11     4
7   Massachusetts Stingers    6   0   0   6     3    36     0
* Table based on divisional results only - there are several extra fixtures during the season between North East and Mid Atlantic sides

Pacific Conference – North Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   California Storm                 4   4   0   0   12     3   12
2   Sonoma County Sol            6   3   1   2     9     6   10
3   Sacramento Pride               4   2   0   2     8     8    6
4   Walnut Creek Power            6   2   0   4    7    16    6
5   San Francisco Nighthawks   5   1   2   2     5     5    5
6   Monterey Blues                  5   1   1   3     9    12   4

Pacific Conference – South Division
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Ajax                           6   3   1   2  11  5    10
2   West Coast                  5   3   1   1   9   7   10
3   Los Angeles Rampage   6   3   1   2   7   7   10
4   SD United                   5   2   2   1   4   3     8
5   San Diego Sealions      5   1   1   3   6  10    4
6   Claremont Stars           5   0   2   3   2   7     2

Sunshine Conference
Up to and including Sunday 15th June
1   Brevard County Cocoa Expos   6   5   1   0    18    1   16
2   Palm Beach United                 6   3   2   1    11    8   11
3   Florida Surge                        6   3   1   2    13  10   10
4   Miami Kickers                       6   3   0   3    18  11     9
5   Thomasville Dragons             6   1   2   3      7  14     5
6   Puerto Rico Capitals               5   0   4   1     2    3     4
7   Orlando Falcons                    5   0   0   5     4   26     0
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