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W-League Playoff Results
July 28th, 2008 7AM



The Washington Freedom got a goal and assist from former U.S. international Christie Welsh in its 2-1 overtime win over the host Atlanta Silverbacks in the W-League's Eastern Conference final. Former WPSL power FC Indiana won the Central Conference title when the Lionesses beat the Ottawa Fury, 4-3. The Seattle Sounders will join Washington, FC Indiana and the regular-season champion Pali Blues at the W-League championship tournament July 31-Aug. 2 in Virginia Beach, Va. For all the W-League playoff results ...

Central Conference
Divisional Final
July 23

Toronto 0 Laval 2
LAV: Gagne 8
LAV: Gagne 40
July 25
Chicago 2 Ottawa 3
OTT: Jodie Taylor 12
OTT: Shay Powell (Lisa-Marie Woods) 15
CHI: Lauren Spacht (Jen Buczkowski) 26
OTT: Jodie Taylor (penalty) 62
CHI: Emily Maynard (penalty) 89
Indiana 5 Laval 2
IND: Annie Hamel (Kelly Parker) 14
IND: Lauren Sesselmann (Kelly Parker) 16
IND: Lauren Sesselmann (Laura Del Rio) 25
LAV: Andreanne Gagne (penalty) 55
IND: Kelly Parker (Annie Hamel) 63
IND: Veronica Phewa (Fatima Leyva) 72
July 27
Indiana 4 Ottawa 3

Eastern Conference
July 23
Long Island 1 Boston 0
LI: Derosa (Pardini) 83
July 25
Washington 6 Charlotte 5 (OT)
WAS: Christie Welsh 2
CHA: Christy Rife (Nikki Lyons) 11
WAS: Christie Welsh (Ella Masar) 16
WAS: Madison Keller (Sarah Huffman) 22
CHA: Kelly Schmedes (Nikki Lyons) 29
CHA: Tina Murphy 59
CHA: Nikki Lyons (Kelly Schmedes) 66
WAS: Rebecca Moros (penalty) 70
WAS: Emily Janss (Sarah Huffman) 97
WAS: Christie Welsh (Sarah Huffman) 103
CHA: Tina Murphy 107
Atlanta 1 Long Island 0
ATL: Christine Latham (Melanie Schneider) 51
July 26
Atlanta 1 Washington 2 (OT).
ATL: Christine Latham (Carolyn Ford) 23
WAS: Christie Welsh (Emily Janss) 77
WAS: Ali Andrzejewski (Christie Welsh) 118

Western Conference
July 26

Vancouver 0 Seattle 1.
SEA: Chalise Baysa (Shannon Lovejoy) 67


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