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WPS Rookies
April 19th, 2010 6:05PM

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[MAKING A LIST] Six rookies -- five first-round draft picks and St. Louis Athletica defender Carolyn Blank, the No. 46 pick overall -- have played every minute and two other rookies have also started both games in the first two weeks of Women's Professional Soccer.

MIN. PLAYER (PICK) TEAM
180 Lauren Cheney, 2. Boston
180 Kelley O'Hara, 3. FC Gold Pride
180 Brittany Taylor, 6. Sky Blue FC
180 Nikki Marshall, 7. Washington
180 Ali Riley, 10. FC Gold Pride
180 Carolyn Blank, 46. Saint Louis
179 Tobin Heath, 1. Atlanta
176 Whitney Engen, 4. Chicago
109 Becky Edwards, 12. FC Gold Pride
93 Danielle Johnson, 35. Sky Blue FC
69 Estelle Johnson, Philadelphia, via 25. Los Angeles
58 Casey Nogueira, Chicago via 8. Los Angeles
30 Kiki Bosio, FC Gold Pride via 22. Los Angeles
29 Kaley Fountain, 20. FC Gold Pride
22 Gina DiMartino, Philadelphia, via 56. Boston
9 Kiersten Dallstream, Sky Blue FC via 9. Los Angeles
4 Jessica McDonald, 15. Chicago



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