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Whitecaps rally to down Seattle in W-League opener
May 22nd, 2007 7AM

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The Vancouver Whitecaps needed goals from Canadian internationals Jodi-Ann Robinson and Sophie Schmidt to overcome Seattle, 2-1, before 1,819 fans in their 2007 W-League opener. Erin Redwine had given Seattle the lead in the 25th minute. Among the players Vancouver has added is former UCLA star Jill Oakes, who joined the Whitecaps after spending last season with the W-League regular-season champion New Jersey Wildcats.

GAME RESULTS:
May 18
Fredericksburg 1 (Bartholomew 70) Charlotte 2 (Schmedes pen. 7, 72).
Michigan 4 (Hill 36, 63, 73, Cauzillo 80) Fort Wayne 0.
Long Island 1 (Shulman pen. 62) Washington 3 (Androjewski 44, Welsh 66, 90).
May 19
Richmond 3 (own goal 1, Parson 29, Curtis 81) Charlotte 2 (Crumpton 16, Bath 49).
Northern Virginia 1 (Banks 8) New Jersey 1 (own goal 89).
Hampton Roads 2 (Kotwas 11, Clark 40) Fredericksburg 0.
May 20
Chicago 4 (Eliadis 22, Spacht 36, Johnson 57, Kohen 87) Fort Wayne 2 (Currie 4, Reese 5).
Vancouver 2 (Robinson 40, Schmidt 45) Seattle 1 (Redwine 25).



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