Women's Soccer USA

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August 29, 2009

UNC 4, UCF 0

Senior midfielder Tobin Heath produced a pair of world-class finishes while assisting on another tally in leading the top-ranked University of North Carolina women's soccer team to a 4-0 victory over UCF Friday night in the second game of the Carolina Nike Classic at Fetzer Field.

Unprotected in Washington

1. Lori Lindsey
2. Kristin DeDycker
3. Parrissa Eyorokon
4. Jill Gilbeau
5. Emily Janss
6. Christen Karniski
7. Madison Keller
8. Rebecca Moros
9. Sarah Senty
10. Alex Singer
11. Kati Jo Spisak

August 28, 2009

Unprotected in Boston?

1. Abby Crumpton
2. Nancy Augustyniak Goffi
3. Mary Frances Monroe
4. Sophia Mundy
5. Christine Latham
6. Maggie Tomecka
7. Kristin Luckenbill

Unprotected in Northern California?

1. Greer Barnes
2. Lindsey Massengale
3. Meagan McCray
4. Tiffany Weimer
5. Kimberly Yokers
6. Eriko Arakawa
7. Brandi Chastain
8. Sissi
9. Marisa Abegg

August 26, 2009

Crossley Named Breakers Interim GM

Andy Crossley has been named the interim General Manager of the Boston Breakers, it was announced on Wednesday by the team’s Manager Partner, Michael Stoller.
Crossley was the team’s third employee, joining the Breakers in October 2007 as Director of Business Development. In that role, he directed the team’s ticket sales, merchandising and customer service programs. Prior to joining the Breakers, Crossley worked in minor league baseball for seven years, including two years as General Manager of the Brockton Rox and Campanelli Stadium in Brockton, Mass. from 2005-2007.

Philadelphia will draft Sweden's Caroline Seger

Philadelphia Independence Manager Terry Foley said to a Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that his club will draft Sweden international Caroline Seger with their number 1 pick and is prepared to pay her a top salary.

US women's team to hold camp

Pia Sundhage invited 23 players who played in the inaugural season of the WPS professional league.
The roster:
Goalkeepers: Nicole Barnhart, Ashlyn Harris, Hope Solo.
Defenders: Brittany Bock, Rachel Buehler, Lori Chalupny, Stephanie Cox, Amy LePeilbet, Heather Mitts, Megan Schnur, Cat Whitehill.
Midfielders: Yael Averbuch, Shannon Boxx, Tina DiMartino, Tobin Heath, Angela Hucles, Brittany Klein, Lori Lindsey, Carli Lloyd, Heather O'Reilly, Leslie Osborne, Megan Rapinoe, Kacey White.
Forwards: Lauren Cheney, Amy Rodriguez, Abby Wambach.

August 23, 2009

Stunning title win for Sky Blue

Sky Blue FC have secured the inaugural Women's Professional Soccer league title by defeating premiers and favourites Los Angeles Sol in the final at the Home Depot Center in Carson.
The New Jersey-based side continued their improbable run to the title having scraped into the semi-finals with a win on the final day of the regular season.
A goal in the 16th-minute from USA midfielder Heather O'Reilly proved enough to separate the two sides despite the star quality of the home side which included Brazilian star Marta, Japan's Aya Miyama, China's Han Duan and experienced USA international Shannon Boxx.

August 22, 2009


Defending NCAA women's soccer champion North Carolina tallied three goals in the first 13 minutes of play Saturday night to spark a 7-2 victory for the No. 1-ranked Tar Heels over No. 3-ranked UCLA in the season opener for both teams. A crowd of 3,372 at Fetzer Field sat through a steady rainstorm throughout the night to witness what proved to be a very different game from the one the two played last December 5 in the NCAA semifinals, a 1-0 Tar Heel victory.

The Atlanta Beat announces head coach

"Atlanta Beat General Manager Shawn McGee announced Gareth O’Sullivan as the first Head Coach of the Beat, a 2010 expansion team in Women’s Professional Soccer.
A native of Ballina, Ireland, O’Sullivan is a nationally respected coach with proven success at the youth, college and professional levels. Most recently he served as coach to Afturelding and KR in the Icelandic Premier League.
Prior to his years in Iceland, O’Sullivan coached collegiately in the United States. From 1997 to 2003, he led Christian Brothers University (Memphis, TN) women’s soccer team to five Gulf South Conference titles, en route to capturing the university’s first ever NCAA II national championship in 2002."

Its clear that McGee HAS NOT done his homework.
Why do you ask?
1. Call Chairman Guðjón Guðmundsson at KR and ask hard questions.
2. What happened at Christian Brothers University?