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W-League Playoff Schedule
July 23rd, 2008 3:22PM

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W-League playoff action begins Wednesday with the Northern and Northeast divisional rounds. The three conference champions, who will be crowned this weekend, will join the regular-season champion Pali Blues at the W-League championship tournament July 31-Aug. 2 in Virginia Beach, Va. For this week's W-League playoff schedule ...

SCHEDULE
Central Conference
July 23: Laval at Toronto - 7:30 - Divisional Round
July 25: Chicago vs. Ottawa - 4:00 - Conference Semifinal
July 25: Divisional Winner vs. Indiana* - 6:30 - Conference Semifinal
July 27: Conference Championship - TBD
Eastern Conference
July 23: Boston at Long Island - 7:00 - Divisional Round
July 25: Charlotte vs. Washington - 5:00 - Conference Semifinal
July 25: Divisional Winner vs. Atlanta* - 8:00 - Conference Semifinal
July 26: Conference Championship - 8:00
Western Conference
July 26: Seattle at Vancouver - 7:00 - Conference playoff
*Denotes conference tournament host
(All times Eastern.)



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