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W-League Playoff Results
July 30th, 2007 7AM



Western Conference
July 27
San Diego 1 (Epsten 30) Seattle 2 (Bridges 34, Paterson 60).
Central Conference
July 27
Atlanta 4 (Steinmann 14, 74, own goal 45, Harbrueger 87) Michigan 0.
Minnesota 4 (Mueller 38, Smith 69, 103, 110) Richmond 2 (Sauerbrunn 79, Parsons 88).
July 28
Minnesota 2 (Smith 85, pen.  86) Atlanta 5 (Latham 4, 30, Schneider 16, Davey 22, Harbrueger 69).
Eastern Conference
July 25
Toronto 3 (Marton 47, Ramsdale 57, Morra 70) Laval 1 (Gagne 7).
Jersey 3 (DiPaolo 8, Dickenmann 19, Griffin 42) Northern Virginia 1 (Banks 66).
July 28
Ottawa 4 (Taylor 30, 68, Laue 71, Hamel 77) Jersey 0.
Washington 6 (Lindsay 13, 26, Welsh 31, Watson 76, Hammond 80, Porto 90) Toronto 1 (Chapman 78).
July 29
Ottawa 0 Washington 1 (Welsh 24).

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