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Ottawa dominates All-W-League team
July 26th, 2011 3:16PM

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[AWARDS] The undefeated Ottawa Fury, the top seed at this weekend’s championship, lead all W-League teams with three players chosen to the all-league team.

Mallory Outerbridge, the W-League goal-scoring and points leader, earns her first selection to the all-league team is joined by teammates Amanda Fancher and Jessica Shufelt.
 
Atlanta midfielder Megan Tomlinson and Long Island defender Sue Weber are the only repeat selections.

The youngest player is 17-year-old Colorado Rush forward Lindsey Horan.
 
2011 W-League All-League Team
GK – Cynthia Jacobo, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
D – Sue Weber, Long Island Rough Riders
D – Sasha Andrews, Pali Blues
D – Amanda Fancher, Ottawa Fury
D – Christine Exeter, Toronto Lady Lynx
MF – Tiffany Weimer, Vancouver Whitecaps
MF – Megan Tomlinson, Atlanta Silverbacks
MF – Jessica Shufelt, Ottawa Fury
F – Mallory Outerbridge, Ottawa Fury
F – Edite Fernandes, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
F – Lindsey Horan, Colorado Rush

All-Conference Teams:
Eastern Conference
GK – Ashley Baker, Atlanta Silverbacks
D – Sue Weber, Long Island Rough Riders
D – Blakely Mattern, Charlotte Lady Eagles
D – Ashley Swinehart, Charlotte Lady Eagles
D – Marisa Abegg, DC United Women
MF – Megan Tomlinson, Atlanta Silverbacks
MF – Samantha Huecker, Charlotte Lady Eagles
MF – Brittany Persaud, Dayton Dutch Lions
F – Stephanie Goddard, Virginia Beach Piranhas
F – Danielle Schulmann, North Jersey Valkyries
F – Tiffini Turpin, Atlanta Silverbacks
 
Central Conference
GK – Jasmine Phillips, Ottawa Fury
D – Amanda Fancher, Ottawa Fury
D – Christine Exeter, Toronto Lady Lynx
D – Courtney Maitland, Laval Comets
D – Myriam Bouchard, Quebec City Amiral
MF – Jessica Shufelt, Ottawa Fury
MF – Erica Henderson, Rochester Ravens
MF – Samantha Valliant, Hamilton FC Rage
F – Mallory Outerbridge, Ottawa Fury
F – Veronique Laverdiere, Quebec City Amiral
F – Christabel Oduro, Hamilton FC Rage
 
Western Conference
GK – Cynthia Jacobo, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
D – Christie Shaner, Pali Blues
D – Sasha Andrews, Pali Blues
D – Kendall VanDine, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
D – Kelsey Hood, Vancouver Whitecaps
MF – Tiffany Weimer, Vancouver Whitecaps
MF – Rebekah Patrick, Colorado Force
MF – Sophie Reiser, Seattle Sounders
F – Edite Fernandes, Santa Clarita Blue Heat
F – Lindsey Horan, Colorado Rush
F – Sydney Leroux, Vancouver Whitecaps



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