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2010 team-by-team rosters
April 1st, 2010 8:41PM

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[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer announced the 18-player rosters for each of its eight teams for the 2010 season that begins April 10.

Teams are also allowed to carry four optional developmental players.

In 2010, there are 19 countries represented in WPS, including -- for the first time -- players from Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Spain.

Among colleges, North Carolina (17) had the most alumnae making the 18-player rosters. UNC is followed by Notre Dame (8), Portland (6), Santa Clara (6) and Virginia (6).

Atlanta Beat
Brett Maron, GK, Fairfield
Allison Whitworth, GK, Auburn
Tracy Hamm, D, California
Kia McNeill, D, Boston College
Leigh Ann Robinson, D, San Diego
Stacy Leigh Bishop, M, Florida
Tobin Heath, M, North Carolina
Angie Kerr, M, Portland
Katie Larkin, M, BYU
Sophia Mundy, M, Houston
Mami Yamaguchi, M, Florida State
McCall Zerboni, M, UCLA
Ramona Bachmann, F, Switzerland
Amanda Cinalli, F, Notre Dame
Monica Ocampo Medina, F, Mexico
Johanna Rasmussen, F, Denmark
Lauren Sesselmann, F, Purdue
Shelley Thompson, F, Germany


 
Boston Breakers
Allison Lipsher, GK, Duke
Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
Amy LePeilbet, D, Arizona State
Jordan Angeli, D, Santa Clara
Stephanie Cox, D, Portland
Kasey Moore, D, Texas
Alex Scott, D, England
Liz Bogus, F, Arizona State
Laura Del Rio, F, Spain
Fabiana, M, Brazil
Kristine Lilly, M, North Carolina
Leslie Osborne, M, Santa Clara
Maggie Tomecka, M, North Carolina
Chioma Igwe, M, Santa Clara
Kelly Smith, F, Seton Hall
Tiffany Weimer, F, Penn State
Sarah Walsh, F, Australia
Lauren Cheney, F, UCLA

Chicago Red Stars
Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
Jillian Loyden, GK, Villanova
Karen Carney, M, England
Katie Chapman, M, England
Marian Dalmy, D, Santa Clara
Ifeoma Dieke. D, Florida International
Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
Kate Markgraf, D, Notre Dame
Natalie Spilger, D, Stanford
Julianne Sitch, D/M, DePaul
Formiga, M, Brazil
Brittany Klein, M, Santa Clara
Megan Rapinoe, M, Portland
Kosovare Asllani, F, Sweden
Ella Masar, F, Illinois
Jessica McDonald, F, North Carolina
Casey Nogueira, F, North Carolina
Cristiane, F, Brazil

FC Gold Pride (Bay Area)
Nicole Barnhart, GK, Stanford
Brittany Cameron, GK, San Diego
Rachel Buehler, D, Stanford
Candace Chapman, D, Notre Dame
Carrie Dew, D, Notre Dame
Ali Riley, D, Stanford
Becky Edwards, D/M, Florida State
Camille Abily, M, France
Kristin Graczyk, M, Connecticut
Solveig Gulbrandsen, M, Norway
Kim Yokers, M, California
Kiki Bosio, F, Santa Clara
Kaley Fountain, F, Wake Forest
Tiffeny Milbrett, F, Portland
Kelley O’Hara, F, Stanford
Christine Sinclair, F, Portland
Marta, F, Brazil
Kandace Wilson, D/F, Cal State-Fullerton
 
Philadelphia Independence
Val Henderson, GK, UCLA
Karina LeBlanc, GK, Nebraska
Allison Falk, D, Stanford
Estelle Johnson, D, Kansas
Nikki Krzysik, D, Virginia
Sara Larsson, D, Sweden
Heather Mitts, D, Florida
Sarah Senty, D, Virginia
Jennifer Buczkowski, M, Notre Dame
Lori Lindsey, M, Virginia
Joanna Lohman, M, Penn State
Caroline Seger, M, Sweden
Danesha Adams, F, UCLA
Holmfridur Magnusdottir, F, Iceland
Karina Maruyama, F, Japan
Lyndsey Patterson, F, Tennessee
Amy Rodriguez, F, USC
Lianne Sanderson, F, England

St. Louis Athletica
Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
Hope Solo, GK, Washington
Carolyn Blank, D, West Virginia
Tina Ellertson, D, Washington
Kendall Fletcher, D, North Carolina
Sarah Wagenfuhr, D, Florida State
 Elise Weber, D, Notre Dame
Daniela Alves, M, Brazil
Shannon Boxx, M, Notre Dame
Lori Chalupny, M, North Carolina
Tina DiMartino, M, UCLA
Aya Miyama, M, Japan
Elaine Moura, M, Brazil
India Trotter, M/F, Florida State
Eniola Aluko, F, England
Madelaine Edlund, F, Sweden
Kristina Larsen, F, UCLA
Lindsay Tarpley, F, North Carolina

 
Sky Blue FC (NJ/NY)
Jenni Branam, GK, North Carolina
Karen Bardsley, GK, Cal State Fullerton
Anita Asante, D, England
Keeley Dowling, D, Tennessee
Daphne Koster, D, Netherlands
Christie Rampone, D, Monmouth
Brittany Taylor, D, Connecticut
Rosana Augusto, M, Brazil
Yael Averbuch, M, North Carolina
Carli Lloyd, M, Rutgers
Heather O’Reilly, M , North Carolina
Meghan Schnur, M, Connecticut
Kiersten Dallstream, F, Washington State
Natasha Kai, F, Hawaii
Laura Kalmari, F, Finland
Jessica Landstrom, F, Sweden
Katie Schoepfer, F, Penn State
Kacey White, F, North Carolina
 
Washington Freedom
Brittany Bock, D, Notre Dame
Sonia Bompastor, M, France
Lisa De Vanna, F, Australia
Kristi Eveland, D, North Carolina
Jill Gilbeau, D, Texas
Sarah Huffman, M, Virginia
Allie Long, F, North Carolina
Nikki Marshall, D, Colorado
Erin McLeod, GK, Canada
Rebecca Moros, F, Duke
Lene Mykjaland, F, Norway
Becky Sauerbrunn, D, Virginia
Homare Sawa, M, Japan
Briana Scurry, GK, Massachusetts
Alex Singer, D, Virginia
Abby Wambach, F, Florida
Christie Welsh, F, Penn State
Cat Whitehill, D, North Carolina

 


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