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Lady Lynx remain perfect in the W-League
June 5th, 2007 7:01AM
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The Toronto Lady Lynx are the only W-League team to open with four straight wins. They won at Vermont (3-0) and Rochester (2-0) to win their third and fourth games, all by shutouts.

Three Lynx rank among the top four W-League scorers: American Brittany Moore of NCAA Division II power Carson-Newman and Adrienne Ruhe Lischke, tied for first with 10 points, and Stefania Morra, fourth with eight points.

Toronto faces its sternest test of the season on Sunday afternoon, when the Lynx host archrival and perennial W-League contender Ottawa Fury, which is also undefeated.

The Lynx are in their third season in the W-League. The men's team moved from the USL-1 to PDL in 2007 following the arrival of MLS's Toronto FC.

For complete W-League results and goalscorers ...

GAME RESULTS:
May 30
Fort Wayne 0 Michigan 0.
Toronto 6 (Schwarz 26, Morra 29, 45, Moore 43, Qually 80, Bisnott 85) Hamilton 0.
Real Colorado 2 (Billingsley 15) Fort Collins 0.

May 31
Richmond 4 (Sauerbrunn 3, J Parsons 15, Anger 52, B Parsons 86) Bradenton 0.
Mile High 2 (Miller 10, Antongiovanni 65) Seattle 0.
West Michigan 2 (Gerst 73, 78) London 4 (Dimitroff 11, 37, Lynch 23, 44).

June 1
Fort Collins 3 (Gragg 7, Pfankuch 56, 85) Seattle 2 (Baysa 44, Reiser 72).
Cleveland 3 (Augustine 34, Adams 55, Maxwell 65) Chicago 1 (Szilard 90).
Atlanta 2 (Minnax 57, Rooney 68) Charlotte 0.
Long Island 3 (DeCristoforo 43, McCabe 74, Shulman 82) Boston 0.

June 2
Fredericksburg 3 (own goal 7, Anthony 16, Bartholomew 74) Bradenton 0.
Rochester 6 (Miller 2, 71, Russell 21, Edber 5, Lacek 70) Hamilton 2 (Heydorn 4)
Ottawa 1 (Parker 39) Laval 0.
Northern Virginia 1 (Lowry 14) Washington 4 (Andrziewski 26, Golebiowski 58, Moros 75, Hammond 87).
London 1 (Costi 64) Chicago 4 (Murray 15, Beans 19, 30, Johnson 24).
Toronto 3 (Ruhe Lischke 7, 22, Morra 27) Vermont 0.
New York 0 Jersey 3 (Lehtinen 25, 37, Formiga 29).
New Jersey 1 (Bresoni 85) Boston 0.

June 3
Toronto 2 (Moore 28, Qually 70) Rochester 0.
Jersey 2 (Heath 14, Griffin 90) Northern Virginia 0.
Real Colorado 1 (Lukens 73) Seattle 1 (own goal 62).
New Jersey 3 (Lang 5, Bresiana 66, Negron 70) Western Mass 0.



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