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WUSA Spring Training: Atlanta still unbeaten
March 29th, 2001 12AM
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Here are the results from the March 28 matches of the WUSA Spring Training tournament at the ARCO Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.: Atlanta 2 San Diego 0. Goals: Mary Pitera (17), Kerry Gragg, (90). Atlanta -- Melanie Wilson, Mary Pitera, Sharolta Nonen-capt., Kylie Bivens (Nikki Serlenga, 46), Lisa Krzykowski, Marci Miller (Nancy Augustyniak, 47), Wendy Dillinger, Kelly Cagle (Kerry Gragg, 46), Nicole Lamb (Emily Burt, 46), Charmaine Hooper, Cindy Parlow. San Diego -- Ulrika Karlsson (Jaime Pagliarulo, 46), Jennifer Babel, Fan Yunjie, Kim Pickup, Margaret Tietjen (Shannon MacMillan, 46), Erin Montoya (Karissa Hampton, 46), Shannon Boxx, Jenny Mascaro (Kristin Bengtsson, 46), Julie Foudy-capt., Mercy Akide (Tara Koleski, 59), Traci Arkenberg. U.S. U-21s 3 Carolina 3. Goals: Abby Wambach (19, 39), Betsy Barr (26); Mikka Hansen (13), Beth Keller (21), Wen Lirong (pen. 58). U.S. U-21s -- Jenni Branam, Danielle Borgman, Lauren Orlandos, Natalie Spilger, Bethany Bogart, Mary-Frances Monroe, Erin Misaki, Betsy Barr, Abby Wambach, Anne Morrell, Katie Barnes. Substitutes: Liz Wagner, Nikki Bolstad, Aly Wagner, Sarah Pickens, Joline Charlton, Andi Sellers, Ali Fennel, Kim Patrick, Amy Sauer. Carolina -- Kristin Luckenbill (Allison Snooks, 46), Fanta Cooper (Staci Burt, 35), Jaclyn Raveia, Carla Overbeck-capt. (Wen Lirong, 46), Naomi Stone (Tiffany Roberts, 70), Beth Sheppard, Sarah Dacey, Beth Keller, Meredith Florance, Mikka Hansen, Maren Hendershot (Carlene Stenson, 46). Bay Area 1 Boston 2. Goals: Theresa Wagner (14); Allie Kemp (38), Kristine Lilly (90). Bay Area -- Janine Szpara (Laurie Pells, 73), Carey Dorn, Amber Reynolds, Lisa Nanez, Christina Bell (Kelly Lindsey, 46), Theresa Wagner, Ann Cook, Kelly Wilson (Brandi Chastain, 46), Kim Clark (Julie Murray, 46), Jacqui Little (Sissi, 64), Megan Horvath. Boston -- Tracy Ducar, Becky Hogan, Sarah Powell, Tina August (Josha Krueger, 63), Kate Sobrero, Kristine Lilly-capt., Robin Confer (Maren Meinert, 63), Allie Kemp, Jennifer Tissue (Angela Hucles, 46), Elie Foster (Bettina Wiegmann, 63), Keri Raygor. Washington 3 Philadelphia 1. Goals:Amanda Cromwell (47), Monica Gerardo (49), Roseli (78); Rakel Karvelsson (73). U.S. U-19s 1 New York 0. Goal: Kristin Weiss (72). U.S. U-19s -- Jessica Ballweg, Kim Bingham, Keeley Dowling-capt., Hayley Hunt, Noelle Keselica, Jill Oakes, Sara Randolph, Lindsay Tarpley, Talin Tahmassian, Kristin Weiss, Kelly Wilson. Substitutes: Mary Boland, Brittany Cooper, Kate Taylor, Megan Kakadelas, Stacy Lindstrom, Casey McCluskey, Kelly McDonald, Leslie Osborne, Amy Steadman. New York -- Nicole Williams, Jen O'Sullivan, Emily Janss, Christie Pearce (Nel Fettig, 45), Kara Brown, Stephanie Loehr, Katie Tracy (Kristy Whelchel, 46, Sara Whalen, 50), Beth Zotter, Kerry Connors, Tammy Pearman (Anne Nielsen, 45), Rachel Hoffman. WUSA Spring Training Tournament Standings
TeamGPWLTGFGAGDP
Atlanta320151+47
Washington321086+26
Boston32103306
Bay Area31115504
Carolina311178-14
New York31206603
San Diego312056-13
Philadelphia302159-41


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