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Solo leads all-star vote getters
July 28th, 2009 7:02AM

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[WPS] With the July 31 deadline approaching for all-star balloting, Saint Louis Athletica goalie Hope Solo led all players with her name on 35 percent of submitted ballots for the WPS all-star team that will face Swedish champion Umea IK at the Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park in Fenton, Mo., on Aug. 30. Other leaders, by position, are defender Heather Mitts, midfielder Lori Chalupny and forward Marta.

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Goalkeeper
(percentage of submitted ballots)

Hope Solo, Saint Louis Athletica 35%
Karina LeBlanc, Los Angeles Sol 12%

Defenders
Heather Mitts, Boston Breakers 21%
Cat Whitehill, Washington Freedom 20%
Christie Rampone, Sky Blue FC 18%
Tina Ellertson, Saint Louis Athletica 17%
Stephanie Cox, Los Angeles Sol 11%
Alex Scott, Boston Breakers 10%

Midfielders
Lori Chalupny, Saint Louis Athletica 27%
Shannon Boxx, Los Angeles Sol 25%
Sonia Bompastor, Washington Freedom  22%
Heather O'Reilly, Sky Blue FC 21%
Kristine Lilly, Boston Breakers 19%
Camille Abily, Los Angeles Sol 19%
Kelly Smith, Boston Breakers 16%
Megan Rapinoe, Chicago Red Stars 16%
Carli Lloyd, Chicago Red Stars 14%
Aly Wagner, Los Angeles Sol 10%
Aya Miyama, Los Angeles Sol 10%

Forwards
Marta, Los Angeles Sol  27%
Abby Wambach, Washington Freedom 20%
Natasha Kai, Sky Blue FC 13%
Eniola Aluko, Saint Louis Athletica 11%
Cristiane, Chicago Red Stars 10%

 

 



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