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Yanks win Finnish Cup, Averbuch, Spencer score twice
by Paul Kennedy, October 1st, 2012 4:45AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Liz Bogusscored the first goal and fellow Americans Casey Berrier and Megan Chapinalso started for PK-35 in its 2-1 win over Pallokissat in the final of Finnish Cup. U.S. international Yael Averbuch scored two goals as FC Gothenburg beat Jitex, 3-1, to win its fifth game in a row in the Sweden's Damallsvenskan. Former Maryland star Jasmyne Spencerscored two goals for Danish club Brondby in its 9-3 win over Skjold. For American women in action abroad ...

Denmark (3F Ligaen)
Jasmyne Spencer(2 goals), Brondby, 9-3 vs. Skjold
Tiffany Weimer (1 goal), Fortuna Hjorring, 6-0 vs. BSF

Finland (Naisten Liiga)
Janelle Cordia (90 minutes, 1 goal), Aland United, 6-0
Mallori Lofton-Malachi (90 minutes, 1 goal), Aland United, 6-0

Finland (Suomen Cup)
Vikki Alonzo (90 minutes), Pallokissat, 1-2 PK-35
Casey Berrier (90 minutes), PK-35, 2-1 vs. Pallokissat
Liz Bogus(90 minutes, 1 goal), PK-35, 2-1 vs. Pallokissat
Megan Chapin (89 minutes), PK-35, 2-1 vs. Pallokissat

France, Division 1 Féminine
Lindsey Horan (90 minutes), Paris Saint-Germain, 1-1 at Montpellier
Libby Stout (90 minutes), Yzeure, 4-1 at Vendenheim

Germany, Frauen-Bundesliga
Niki Cross (90 minutes), Bayern Munich, 0-2 at SGS Essen
Sarah Hagen (90 minutes), Bayern Munich, 0-2 at SGS Essen
Ali Krieger (90 minutes), FFC Frankfurt, 2-1 at Turbine Potsdam
Gina Lewandowski (90 minutes, 1 yellow card), Bayern Munich, 0-2 at SGS Essen
Alyssa Naeher (90 minutes), Turbine Potsdam, 1-2 at FFC Frankfurt
Elli Reed (55 minutes) Duisburg, 2-3 at Guetersloh
Katherine Reynolds (90 minutes), Freiburg, 2-3 at Sindelfingen
*Alex Singer (90 minutes), Turbine Potsdam 1-2 at FFC Frankfurt
Katarina Tarr (90 minutes), SGS Essen, 2-0 vs. Bayern Munich
Keelin Winters (90 minutes), Turbine Potsdam 1-2 at FFC Frankfurt
*Singer suffered a 12-inch cut on her head and was hospitalized after clashing heads with a teammate (see video).



Netherlands (BeNe League Orange)
CoCo Goodson (90 minutes), FC Twente, 5-2 at PWC
Elizabeth Guess(90 minutes), ADO Den Hague, 2-1 vs. Ajax
Teresa Noyola (90 minutes, 1 goal), ADO Den Hague, 2-1 vs. Ajax

Norway, Toppserien
Ashley Nick (90 minutes), Arna Bjornar, 2-1 vs. Lillestrom
Shannon Smyth (90 minutes), Amazon Grimstad, 0-1 at Stabaek

Sweden (Damallsvenskan)
Yael Averbuch (90 minutes, 2 goals), FC Gothenburg, 3-1 at Jitex
Laura Chalupny (89 minutes), AIK, 3-0 at Kristianstad
Becky Edwards (90 minutes), Kristianstad, 0-3 vs. AIK
Meghan Klingenberg (90 minutes), Tyreso, 6-0 vs. Umea
Cam Levin (74 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 3-1 at Jitex
Christen Press (78 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 3-1 at Jitex
Ingrid Wells (sub: 17 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 3-1 at Jitex



3 comments
  1. stephen lang
    commented on: October 1, 2012 at 1:33 p.m.
    Frauen Bundesliga SGS Essen 2 FC Bayern Munich 0 Essen Stadion (New Stadium Opened August 2012) Sunday September 30th 2012 2pm Kick Off Attendance 1,331 (Cap 20,650) Some Pics http://groundhopper2000.blogspot.de/2012/09/sgs-essen-v-fc-bayern-munich.html
  1. Allan Lindh
    commented on: October 1, 2012 at 5:12 p.m.
    It is shameful that the richest country in the world, with the largest pool of women's soccer talent, doesn't have a first class league for the ladies to play in. Where exactly are the 1% when they are needed? What can they possibly be doing with their unearned Billions as important as underwriting a first class women's soccer league.
  1. Todd Clark
    commented on: October 2, 2012 at 11 a.m.
    Former players from Campbell University involved in both games as well. Pirjo Leppikangas captains PK35 and Hanna Salmen has played for Aland for five seasons before recently moving to France. Both are Finnish players who came to US to study and play.

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