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WUSA Game Previews (June 29)
June 28th, 2002 12:48PM

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Saturday, June 29 (4:00 pm ET)
SAN JOSE (5-4-2, 17 points) at BOSTON (3-5-4, 13 points)
(TV: PAX)
Key Players Out: San Jose - F Megan Horvath (knee meniscus tear-L); Boston - none.
Referee: Terry Vaughn. Saturday, June 29 (7:00 pm ET)
WASHINGTON (4-5-3, 15 points) at NEW YORK (2-9-1, 7 points)
(TV: Metro Channel, CSN)
Key Players Out: Washington - D Lindsey Stoecker (ACL tear-L); New York - D Sara Whalen (sprained knee-R).
Referee: Kari Seitz. Saturday, June 29 (7:00 pm ET)
ATLANTA (6-4-1, 19 points) at PHILADELPHIA (7-1-3, 24 points)
(TV: CN8, WB 36)
Key Players Out: Atlanta - D Lisa Krzykowski (broken ulna-L); Philadelphia - M Kelly Smith (ACL tear-R), F Rakel Karvelsson (ACL tear-R).
Referee: Rachel Woo. Saturday, June 29 (7:00 pm ET)
SAN DIEGO (2-6-2, 9 points) at CAROLINA (7-2-3, 24 points)
(TV: Fox Sports South, Cox 4)
Key Players Out: San Diego - F Mercy Akide (Red Card Suspension), F Shannon MacMillan (foot strain-R); Carolina - F Kim Yankowski (lower back strain).
Referee: Erich Simmons.


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