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Rush and Eagles out of gate quickly
May 29th, 2012 7:10PM

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[W-LEAGUE] The Colorado  Rush Women, who feature some of the top youth talent in the country, and Charlotte Ladies Eagles are the first 3-0-0 teams in the W-League with wins over the weekend. For all the action ...

The Rush Women opened up their home schedule with a 4-0 win over the Victoria Highlanders.

Former Notre Dame star Brittany Bock had two goals for Rush, U-20 star Lindsey Horan scored her first goal of the season, and Kendall Johnson completed the rout.

Rush, which also started U.S. U-17s Gabbi Miranda and Morgan Stanton, will play the Seattle Sounders Women on Thursday.

Charlotte won its first game on the road with a 5-1 decision over Central SC Cobras. Macky Wingo led the Eagles with a goal and two assists.

-- D.C. United Women have won sixth straight W-League matches dating back to last season. They got three second-half goals from Sam Baker, Mikaela Howell and Holly King to blank the Northern Virginia Majestics, 3-0, on Sunday night in a lightning-delayed match at the Maryland SoccerPlex.

-- It's been a struggle for the Vancouver Whitecaps, 0-3-0 in league play, but they held the Canadian women’s national team to a 1-1 draw in a friendly. Mele French scored for the 'Caps on the rebound of her penalty kick saved by Vancouver alum Erin McLeod.
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