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Opening Day Rosters
March 26th, 2009 7AM
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[WPS] Wednesday was the final day for Women's Professionel Soccer teams to make cuts to get their rosters down to the maximum of 18 players plus four developmental players.

Goalkeepers: 1 Kristin Luckenbill, 18 Allison Lipsher, 24 Ashley Phillips
Defenders: 2 Heather Mitts, 6 Amy LePeilbe, 9 Candace Chapman (Canada), 17 Kacey Moore, 20 Sue Weber, 22 Alex Scott (England), 23 Ariel Harris, 25 Nancy Augustyniak Goffi.
Midfielders: 4 Stacy Bishop, 5 Maggie Tomecka, 13 Kristine Lilly, 16 Angela Hucles.
Forwards: 3 Kelly Schmedes, 7 Christine Latham  (Canada), 8 Amy Rodriguez, 10 Kelly Smith (England), 14 Abby Crumpton, 15 Fabiana (Brazil), 19 Jennifer Nobis.

Goalkeepers: 1 Caroline Jonsson (Sweden), 20 Jaimel Johnson, 25 Lydia Williams (Australia).
Defenders: 2 Marian Dalmy, 4 Ifeoma Dieke (Scotland), 13 Natalie Spilger, 15 Bonnie Young, 16 Sarah Wagenfuhr, 17 Michelle Wenino, 19 Mary Therese McDonnell, 23 Nikki Krzysik.
Midfielders: 5 Lindsay Tarpley, 6 Brittany Klein, 7 Heather Garriock (Australia), 8 Megan Rapinoe, 10 Carli Lloyd, 12 Chioma Igwe, 18 Frida Ostberg (Sweden).
Forwards: 3 Ella Masar, 11 Cristiane (Brazil), 12 Danesha Adams, 14 Karen Carney (England).
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Goalkeepers: 0 Meagan McCray, 1 Allison Whitworth, 18 Nicole Barnhart,
Defenders: 3 Marissa Abegg, 4 Rachel Buehler, 19 Carrie Dew, 20 Erika (Brazil), 23 Lindsay Massengale
Midfielders: 2 Kimberly Yokers, 5 Tina DiMartino, 6 Brandi Chastain, 7 Leigh Ann Robinson, 10 Leslie Osborne, 13 Kristen Graczyk, 21 Adriane (Brazil), 31 Formiga (Brazil),
Forwards: 8 Tiffany Weimer, 9 Kandace Wilson, 11 Eriko Arakawa (Japan), 12 Christine Sinclair (Canada), 15 Tiffeny Milbrett.

Goalkeepers: Brittany Cameron, Val Henderson, Karina    LeBlanc (Canada).
Defenders: Allison Falk, Kendall Fletcher, Johanna Frisk (Sweden), Stephanie Cox.
Midfielders: , Camille Abily (France), Greer Barnes, Shannon Boxx, Manya Makoski, Aya Miyama (Japan), Lisa    Sari, Aly Wagner, McCall Zerboni, Brittany Bock, Katie    Larkin.
Forwards: Han Duan (China), Marta (Brazil), Christie    Welsh.

Goalkeepers: Jillian Loyden, Hope Solo, Erin Kane.
Defenders: Sara Larsson (Sweden), Kia McNeill, Niki Cross, Tina Ellertson, Sheree Gray, Elise Weber, Stephanie Logterman, Lydia Vandenbergh.
Midfielders: Amanda Cinalli, Lori Chalupny, Daniela (Brazil), Francielle (Brazil), Lisa Stoia, Erin Walter, Angie Woznuk.
Forwards: Eniola Aluko (England), Ashlee Pistorius, Melissa Tancredi, Kerri Hanks.

Goalkeepers: 1 Karen Bardsley (England), 2 Cori Alexander, 23 Jen Branam.
Defenders: 2 Jenny Hammond, 3 Christie Rampone, 5 Anita Asante (England), 6 Natsha Kai, 17 Keeley Dowling, 18 Christie Shaner, 38 Julianne Sitch.
Midfielders: 4 Jen Buczkowski, 7 Kelly Parker (Canada), 10 Yael Averbuch, 11 Rosana (Brazil), 12 Megan Schnur, 13 Noelle Keselica, 14 Collette McCallum (Australia), 20 Kacey White.
Forwards: 8 Sarah Walsh (Australia), 9 Heather O'Reilly, 19 Mele French

Goalkeepers: 1 Briana Scurry, 61 Kati Jo Spisak.
Defenders: 3 Jill Gilbeau, 4 Cat Whitehill, 8 Sonia Bompastor (France), 21 Alex Singer, 22 Becky Sauerbrunn, 24 Christen Karniski, 29 Jayme Leigh Cargnoni.
Midfielders: 5 Joanna Lohman, 6 Lori Lindsey, 9 Allie Long, 10 Homare Sawa (Japan), 11 Emily Janss, 14 Sarah Huffman, 15 Kristin DeDycker, 19 Rebecca Moros, 26 Madison Keller.
Forwards: 7 Parrissa Eyorokon, 17 Lisa De Vanna (Australia), 20 Abby Wambach, 25 Claire Zimmeck.


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