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W-League's Sunwaves peak in Rockies
May 31st, 2007 7AM

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The San Diego Sunwaves became the first team to record three wins when they improved to 3-0-0 with wins at Ft. Collins (3-2) and Mile High (4-0). Rebekah Patrick and Holly Grogan scored in both games.

Mexican international Sophia Perez in goal got tremendous support from Mariette Boyce, Beth McNamara, Lisa Gomez, Ana Gutierrez and Patrick.

GAME RESULTS:
May 23

Real Colorado 0 San Diego 1 (Robinson 10).

May 25
Fort Collins 2 (Pfankuch 80, Williford 84) San Diego 3 (Coops 2, Grogan 42, Patrick 66).
Cocoa 6 (Hanson 21, 45, Theri 48, Dittmer 51, Fletcher 74, Martineau 86).
Rochester 0 Toronto 4 (Moore 1, Ruhe-Lischke 3, Morra 18, Bisnott 75).
Fredericksburg 0 Atlanta 1 (Buff 85).
Michigan 4 (Cauzillo 10, Amorimo 38, Hill 42, Dobbyn 50) London 1 (Dimitroff 74).

May 26
Vermont 1 (Keefe 33) Laval 7 (Mercier 1, 15, Belanger 16, 20, 33, Walsh 49, Couture 70).
Seattle 2 (Baysa 22, 53) Vancouver 0.
Minnesota 2 (Smith 59, 82) Chicago 0.
Hampton Roads 0 Atlanta 3 (Steinmann 4, 44, Davey 51).
Ottawa 3 (Robinson 15, 75, Moscato 37) Hamilton 0.
Boston 2 (Macluer 27, Crinion 35) New York 1 (Meeke pen. 87).
West Michigan 1 (Bareti 14) Fort Wayne 1 (Blake 62).

May 27
Laval 3 (Couture 2, Busilacchi 18, Mercier 41) Vermont 0.
Mile High 0 San Diego 4 (Patrick 11, Grogan 24, Remy 83, Robinson 87).
Western Mass 1 (Guigli 73) New York 0.
New Jersey 1 (Hayer 9) Long Island 1 (own goal 55).



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