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by Paul Kennedy, August 24th, 2009 6:45AM
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[LOS ANGELES-SKY BLUE FC REPORT CARD]Soccer America's Editor in Chief Paul Kennedy grades the players in Saturday's Women's Professional Soccer championship won by Sky Blue FC over Los Angeles, 1-0.

Sky Blue FC
PLAYER (COLLEGE/COUNTRY) AGE
STARTERS:
7 Jenni Branam (North Carolina) 29
6 Meghan Schnur (Connecticut) 24
7 Christie Rampone (Monmouth) 34
6 Jen Buczkowski (Notre Dame) 24
6 Keeley Dowling (Tennessee) 26
7 Heather O'Reilly (North Carolina) 24
7 Yael Averbuch (North Carolina) 22
6 Francielle (Brazil) 19
7 Kacey White (North Carolina) 25
6 Rosana (Brazil) 27
7 Natasha Kai (Hawaii) 26
SUBS:
4 Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame) 23
4 Collette McCallum (Australia) 23
NR Noelle Keselica (Virginia) 25

Los Angeles Sol
STARTERS
5 Karina LeBlanc (Nebraska/Canada) 29
4 Stephanie Cox (Portland) 23
4 Brittany Bock (Notre Dame) 22
2 Allison Falk (Stanford) 22
3 Manya Makoski (Arizona State) 25
4 Aya Miyama (Japan) 24
4 Aly Wagner (Santa Clara) 29
6 Shannon Boxx (Notre Dame) 32
3 McCall Zerboni (UCLA) 22
5 Marta (Brazil) 23
3 Han Duan (China) 26
SUBS:
4 Sharolta Nonen (Nebraska/Canada) 31
4 Katie Larkin (BYU) 22
NR Lyndsey Patterson  (Tennessee) 26
(1=horrible; 5-average; 10=brilliant)

 



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