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Defending champion Vancouver fails to make W-League playoffs
July 24th, 2007 7AM

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The host Rochester Rhinos have a bye into the final four of the W-League playoffs, which they will host. They will be joined by the three conference champions. The defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps did not qualify for the playoffs. The following teams clinched playoff berths: Eastern Conference -- Washington Freedom, Jersey Sky Blue, Northern Virginia Majestics, Ottawa Fury, Toronto Lady Lynx, Laval Comets; Central Conference -- Atlanta Silverbacks, Richmond Kickers Destiny, Minnesota Lightning, Michigan Hawks; Western Conference -- San Diego Sunwaves, Seattle Sounders.

July 17
Charlotte 0 Richmond 0.

July 18
Cleveland 1 (Rostedt 48) Fort Wayne 2 (Pawlik 47, Reece 71).
West Michigan 0 Chicago 4 (Beans 18, Murray 32, Klimzak 56, Sloan 80).
Long Island 0 Jersey 3 (Tapscott 10, Dickenmann 55, 71).
Vermont 0 Ottawa 5 (Parker 66, 76, Laue 73, Robinson 75, White 87).
Western Mass 1 (Germain 8) Boston 6 (Craft 23, Powell 33, MacIver 36, Radke 58, 88, Huster 74).
Toronto 3 (Russell 5, Ruhe Lischke 12, 23) Rochester 1 (Miller 52).
Richmond 1 (Parsons 13) Atlanta 4 (Minnax 28, Davey 61, Steinmann 75, Brooks 80).

July 19
Seattle 3 (Lechak 20, Redwine 29, Reynolds 54) Colorado 1 (Flanagan 66).

July 20
Long Island 2 (DeRosa 27, Shulman 78) New Jersey 1 (Dauble 62).
Atlanta 5 (Latham 4, 49, Steinmann 24, Davey 31, West 75) Fredericksburg 0.
London 3 (Roberts 14, Dimitroff 42, 89) Minnesota 2 (Smith 63, 90).
San Diego 5 (Dominguez 36, 81, Brereton 49, Epsten 61, 74) Fort Collins 2 (Williford 44, pen. 90)
Cleveland 2 (Schwager 72, Kurz 87) West Michigan 0.
Rochester 2 (Lacek 17, Kruze pen. 70) Hamilton 1 (MacDougall 1).

July 21
Northern Virginia 1 (Deegan 54) Jersey 2 (Dickenmann 42, 67).
Boston 2 (Radke 23, Craft 27) Washington 4 (Singer 64, Porto 67, Welsh 72, Moros 79).
Michigan 0 Minnesota 1 (Smith 76).
Charlotte 8 (Lyons 8, Schmedes 25, 36, Rife 37, 45, Swinehart 42, Lorenz 54, Hammond 60) Fredericksburg 0.
Toronto 1 (McCalla 55) Laval 1 (Bouchard 38).
Ottawa 11 (Parker 9, Laue 16, 20, 24, 35, 42, Hamel 17, Sjoman 26, Nault 40, Robinson 70, Julien 71) Vermont 0.
Vancouver 2 (Smith 8, Milbrett 58) Colorado 0.

July 22
London 2 (Dimitroff 23, Costi 36) Michigan 1 (Swaving 16).
Western Mass 0 Washington 4 (Golebiowski 27, Andrzejeski 56, own goal 60, McCarty 82).
Richmond 2 (Curtis 25, Parsons 48) Hampton Roads 1 (Nweke 50).
Jersey 2 (Dickenmann 44, Griffin 66) Long Island 1 (McCabe 18).
Hamilton 2 (Greco 9, Neice 55) Rochester 4 (Miller 28, 85, Arbulu 42, Bybee 80).
San Diego 2 (Robinson 7, Epsten 57) Seattle 0.



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