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Ottawa Fury goes perfect 12-0-0
July 18th, 2011 6:33PM

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[W-LEAGUE] The Ottawa Fury claimed the W-League regular-season title, amassing a perfect 12-0-0 record with 43 goals scored and only five against. It heads the 10-team playoff field vying for the three berths available at the 2011 W-League Championship to be hosted by the Seattle Sounders Women July 29-31.

Only five W-League teams have achieved perfect seasons with the Pali Blues last doing so in 2008 when they went 12-0-0 in regular season play before capturing the W-League Championship.

The Fury's Mallory Outerbridge, a rising senior at Western Kentucky, is the runaway leader in goals with 17 in 12 games.

The Western Conference was once again one of the tightest races in the W-League, with the Pali Blues, W-League champions in 2008 and 2009, missing the playoffs by a single point.

The 2010 champion Buffalo Flash joined WPS.
 
Western Conference
Final
July 24
Santa Clarita Blue Heat (8-1-5) vs. Vancouver Whitecaps (8-2-4)

Central Conference
Semifinals
July 23 in Ottawa
Ottawa Fury (12-0-0) vs. Toronto Lady Lynx (5-5-2)
Laval Comets (6-4-2) vs. Quebec City Amiral (6-5-1)

Eastern Conference
Semifinals
July 21 in Charlotte, N.C.
Atlanta Silverbacks (9-1-0) vs. New Jersey Wildcats (6-1-3)
Long Island Rough Riders (7-1-2) vs. Charlotte Lady Eagles (6-2-2)



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