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June 04, 2008

WPSL Team of the Week

F Jessica McDonald (ARIZONA RUSH) - WPSL CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
The U.S. U-20 National Team star & soon-to-be North Carolina Tar Heel scored a hat-trick in just 32 minutes of action in the first half of Arizona's season-opening victory at Albuquerque.
F Danielle Dos Santos (BREVARD COUNTY COCOA EXPOS)
The 2007 Conference-USA Newcomer of the Year for the University of Central Florida & Brazilian native translated her collegiate success to her club side. Dos Santos scored a remarkable four goals over the 2-0 weekend for the Sunshine Conference leader Cocoa Expos.
F Katie Schoepfer (SOCCERPLUS CT)
The U.S. U-23 National Team member & Penn State star notched a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win over the Boston Aztecs on May 30th.
MF Orly Ripmaster (DENVER DIAMONDS) - WPSL CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK
The former Colorado Buffaloes standout & 2007 All-WPSL selection scored three goals and an assist in the Diamonds' first two games of the 2008 season - both wins.
MF Katie Gardiner (ADIRONDACK LYNX)
The former Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year & Hartford standout notched two goals (including the eventual game-winner) in the Lynx's first win of 2008 vs. the Massachusetts Stingers.
MF Salma Tarik (LOS ANGELES RAMPAGE)
The CSU-Northridge & Egyptian Women's National Team maestro has arguably been one of the most creative players on the first place Pacific-South Division side this season.
D Rochelle Willis (MIAMI KICKERS)
The former Princeton University & New Jersey Wildcats stalwart took control of the match against F.C. Thomasville, shutting down the opponent's offensive attacks and settled down the pace of the game in Miami's first win of the 2008 season.
D Stacie Alberico / Maureen Whitney (CALIFORNIA STORM)
Each of these players contributed greatly in two wins this past weekend for the perennial powerhouse Storm.
D Alea Kerch (SAN DIEGO SEALIONS)
The former Cal-Berkeley defender played an important role in Saturday's 2-1 defeat over SD United, the first win of the season for the SeaLions.
GK Julie Arroyo (PUERTO RICO CAPITALS)
The 2007 NCAA DIII Woman of the Year Finalist notched two shutouts (in two scoreless draws) against two strong opponents last weekend.

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