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Breakers claim regular-season title
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2012 12:37AM
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[WPSL ELITE] The Boston Breakers won the WPSL Elite League regular-season title with a 1-0 win over the Western New York Flash and secured top seed in this weekend's championship series at Sahlen's Stadium in Rochester, N.Y.

Defender Elli Reed scored her first goal of the season, and goalkeeper Alice Binns earned her sixth shutout in 12 starts to give Boston a final record of 11-3-0.

"It feels great, especially since it helped get us the title," Reed said of her goal. "I’m very excited. There’s a good energy amongst the team, and we’re feeling good going into playoffs."

The Breakers will play the Chicago Red Stars (9-4-1) one semifinal, while the second-place Flash (9-2-3) will face third-place New York Fury (9-3-2).

Final Standings:
33 Boston 11-3-0
30 Western New York 9-2-3
29 New York 9-3-2
28 Chicago 9-4-1
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21 New England 6-5-3
9 ASA Chesapeake2-9-3
5 Philadelphia 1-11-2
5 FC Indiana 1-11-2



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