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2011 regular-season rosters
March 31st, 2011 9:11PM

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[WPS] As Women's Professional Soccer cut down from eight to six teams, there has been huge turnover on the rosters of the returning teams, and many foreign players have left the league. The Atlanta Beat returns only three players, and magicJack (formerly Washington Freedom) has only six players back. The foreign contingent will again be led by Marta (now with Western New York Flash) and Kelly Smith (Boston Breakers), but the only foreign imports are Spaniard Adriana and Swede Therese Sjogran, both signed by Sky Blue FC.

Atlanta Beat
Katie Bethke (Univ. of Minnesota)
Kerri Butler (West Virginia Univ.)
Lori Chalupny (Atlanta Beat)
Bianca D'Agostino (Wake Forest Univ.)
Keeley Dowling (Sky Blue FC)
Colleen Flanagan (Univ. of Virginia)
Katie Fraine (Univ. of Florida)
Megan Jesolva (Univ. of California)
Kristina Larsen (St. Louis Athletica)
Meghan Lenczyk (Univ. of Virginia)
Allison Lipsher (Boston Breakers)
Carli Lloyd (Sky Blue FC)
Analisa Marquez (Buffalo Flash)
Heather Mitts (Philadelphia Independence)
Katherine Reynolds (Philadelphia Independence)
Angela Salem (Sky Blue FC)
Lauren Sesselmann (Atlanta Beat)
Vendula Strnadova (Czech Republic/Univ. of Memphis)
India Trotter (Sky Blue FC)
Cat Whitehill (Washington Freedom)
Allison Whitworth (Chicago Red Stars)
Kylie Wright (UCLA)

Boston Breakers
Jordan Angeli (Boston Breakers)
Leah Blayney (Australia/Boston Aztec)
Liz Bogus (Boston Breakers)
Rachel Buehler (FC Gold Pride)
Lauren Cheney (Boston Breakers)
Stephanie Cox (Boston Breakers)
Niki Cross (St. Louis Athletica)
Kelsey Davis (Chicago Red Stars)
Ifeoma Dieke (Scotland/Boston Breakers)
Taryn Hemmings (Boston Breakers)
Amy LePeilbet (Boston Breakers)
Kasey Moore (Boston Breakers)
Alyssa Naeher (Boston Breakers)
Kelley O'Hara (FC Gold Pride)
Leslie Osborne (Boston Breakers)
Ashley Phillips (Boston Breakers)
Elli Reed (Univ. of Portland)
Katie Schoepfer (Sky Blue FC)
Alex Scott (England/Boston Breakers)
Kelly Smith (England/Boston Breakers)
Nikki Washington (Chicago Red Stars)
Keelin Winters (Univ. of Portland)
Claire Zimmeck (Boston Breakers)

Shannon Boxx (FC Gold Pride)
Amanda DaCosta (Florida State Univ.)
Marian Dalmy (Chicago Red Stars)
Omolyn Davis (Jamaica/George Mason Univ.)
Lisa DeVanna (Australia/Washington Freedom)
Tina Ellertson (Atlanta Beat)
Sarah Huffman (Washington Freedom)
Meghan Klingenberg (Univ. of North Carolina)
Jillian Loyden (Chicago Red Stars)
Brett Maron (Atlanta Beat)
Nikki Marshall (Washington Freedom)
Ella Masar (Chicago Red Stars)
Rebecca Moros (Washington Freedom)
Christen Press (Stanford Univ.)
Christie Rampone (FC Gold Pride)
Johanna Rasmussen (Denmark/Atlanta Beat)
Becky Sauerbrunn (Washington Freedom)
Sophie Schmidt (Univ. of Portland)
Meghan Schnur (Sky Blue FC)
Hope Solo (Atlanta Beat)
Lindsay Tarpley (Boston Breakers)
Abby Wambach (Washington Freedom)
Kacey White (Sky Blue FC)

Philadelphia Independence
Danesha Adams (Philadelphia Independence)
Lauren Barnes (UCLA)
Nicole Barnhart (FC Gold Pride)
Veronica Boquete (Spain/Buffalo Flash)
Jen Buczkowski (Philadelphia Independence)
Laura del Rio (Spain/Boston Breakers)
Christina DiMartino (Philadelphia Independence)
Gina DiMartino (Philadelphia Independence)
Allison Falk (Philadelphia Independence)
Sinead Farrelly (Univ. of Virginia)
Lauren Fowlkes (Univ. of Notre Dame)
Val Henderson (Philadelphia Independence)
Estelle Johnson (Philadelphia Independence)
Tasha Kai (Sky Blue FC)
Nikki Krzysik (Philadelphia Independence)
Lori Lindsey (Philadelphia Independence)
Joanna Lohman (Philadelphia Independence)
Holmfridur Magnusdottir (Iceland/Philadelphia Independence)
Kia McNeill (Atlanta Beat)
Megan Rapinoe (Chicago Red Stars)
Leigh Ann Robinson (Atlanta Beat)
Amy Rodriguez (Philadelphia Independence)
Lianne Sanderson (Philadelphia Independence)

Sky Blue FC
Adriana (Spain/Rayo Vallecano, Spain)
Eniola Aluko (England/Atlanta Beat)
Kristin Arnold (Texas A&M Univ.)
Anita Asante (England/Washington Freedom)
Karen Bardsley (England/Sky Blue FC)
Carolyn Blank (Atlanta Beat)
Jenni Branam (Sky Blue FC)
Kiersten Dallstream (Sky Blue FC)
Carrie Dew (FC Gold Pride)
Kendall Fletcher (Sky Blue FC)
Erin Guthrie (FC Gold Pride)
Tobin Heath (Atlanta Beat)
Danielle Johnson (Sky Blue FC)
Lindsey Johnson (Santa Clara Univ.)
Laura Kalmari (Finland/Sky Blue FC)
Angie Kerr (Atlanta Beat)
Allie Long (Washington Freedom)
Alyssa Mautz (Texas A&M Univ.)
Casey Nogueira (Chicago Red Stars)
Heather O'Reilly (Sky Blue FC)
Therese Sjogran (Sweden/LdB FC, Sweden)
Brittany Taylor (Sky Blue FC)
Michelle Wenino (SC Freiburg, Germany)

Western New York Flash
Yael Averbuch (Sky Blue FC)
Brittany Bock (Washington Freedom)
Ashleigh Bowers (Niagara Univ.)
Kim Brandao (Buffalo Flash)
Brittany Cameron (FC Gold Pride)
Candace Chapman (Canada/FC Gold Pride)
Gemma Davison (England/Buffalo Flash)
Becky Edwards (FC Gold Pride)
Whitney Engen (Chicago Red Stars)
Kaley Fountain (Atlanta Beat)
Beverly Goebel (Washington Freedom)
Ashlyn Harris (Washington Freedom)
Gina Lewandowski (FFC Frankfurt, Germany)
Marta (Brazil/FC Gold Pride)
Alex Morgan (Univ. of California)
Kelly Parker (Canada/Buffalo Flash)
Ali Riley (FC Gold Pride)
Alex Sahlen (Buffalo Flash)
Caroline Seger (Sweden/Philadelphia Independence)
Christine Sinclair (Canada/FC Gold Pride)
Julianne Sitch (Chicago Red Stars)
Kandace Wilson (FC Gold Pride)
McCall Zerboni (Atlanta Beat)

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