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Lightning strikes twice on the road
July 17th, 2007 7AM

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[W-LEAGUE RESULTS] The Minnesota Lightning remained unbeaten with road wins over the Chicago Gaels (2-1) and West Michigan Firewomen (1-0) over the weekend. Kelsey Hans had the winning goal in the win over West Michigan, her sixth goal in six games. For complete PDL results and goalscorers ...

July 9
Boston 2 (Craft 11, Huster 20) Western Mass 0.

July 10
Jersey 7 (Dickenmann 5, 84, DiPaolo 30, Bishop 64, 65, DeMaio 70, pen. 72) New York 0.

July 11
San Diego 4 (Remy 13, Epstein 16, Patrick 67, Dominguez 90) Vancouver 1 (Milbrett 56).

July 12
Fort Collins 1 (Phankuch 75) Real Colorado 2 (Lukens 37, Hemmings 90).

July 13
Western Mass 2 (Haqq 52, 90) Long Island 3 (Shulman 3, 80, McCabe 75).
Laval 2 (Legault 2, Hopper 60) Toronto 0.
Chicago 3 (Beans 27, 52, 63) London 2 (Costi 20, Smith 81).
Michigan 1 (Dobbyn 30, 84) Cleveland 1 (Augustin 76).

July 14
Fort Collins 4 (Scachetti 6, Williford 10, Phankuch 55, Barstow 86) Mile High 2 (Sharp 29, Miller 76).
Northern Virginia 4 (Falk 3, Banks 32, Smerdzinski 50, Myers 53) New York 1 (McCullough 55).
Hampton Roads 0 Charlotte 3 (Rife 3, Bath 8, Schmedes 15).
Fort Wayne 0 Cleveland 3 (Oliveira 21, 45, Augustin 80).
Rochester 1 (Ebner 62) Ottawa 3 (Parker 38, Robinson 45, 75).
Chicago 1 (Sitch 6) Minnesota 2 (Junkermeier 44, Kallman 45).
Seattle 2 (Patterson 49, Deines 89) Vancouver 1 (Schmidt 66).
Washington 2 (Lindsay 38, 65) New Jersey 0.
Boston 1 (MacIver 20) Long Island 0.
Vermont 1 (Reed 46) Toronto 2 (Romagnuolo 21, Danielle 79).

July 15
Mile High 2 (Bogus 14, Antongiovanni pen. 57) Real Colorado 1 (Bauman pen. 33).
Bradenton 4 (Stalzer 1, 22, 80, Barbaresi 30) Fredericksburg 1 (Blosser 82).
Hamilton 0 Ottawa 1 (Julien 63).
London 0 Michigan 5 (Swaving 23, pen. 32, Sincola 44, Panabaker 55, Crawford 84).
Washington 6 (Andrzejeski 5, 22, Lindsay 6, Welsh 60, 67, 70) New York 0.
West Michigan 0 Minnesota 1 (Hans 72).



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