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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.

BOSTON BREAKERS
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.

CHICAGO RED STARS
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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FC GOLD PRIDE
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.

LOS ANGELES SOL
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.

ST. LOUIS ATHLETICA
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.

SKY BLUE FC
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

WASHINGTON FREEDOM
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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