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Horan strikes eighth goal for PSG
by Paul Kennedy, December 17th, 2012 9:59PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD]Lindsey Horan scored in Paris St. Germain's 4-1 win over St. Etienne at the Stade Charlety to finish the fall campaign, her first in France since signing out of high school, with eight goals in 10 games. For a look at the French German and Dutch women's leagues at the winter break ...

Paris St. Germain has nine wins, two ties and only one loss in 12 matches and is second in the Division 1 Feminine, seven points behind defending champion Lyon, which is perfect with 12 wins in 12 games -- and an astounding goal margin of 77-3. (The Division 1 Feminine awards four points for a win, two for a tie and one for a loss.)

FRANCE:
Division 1 Feminine

PTS TEAM
48 Lyon
41 Paris SG
Lindsey Horan
38 Montpellier
37 Juvisy
30 Guingamp
26 Yzeure Allier
Libby Stout
23 Saint-Etienne
22 Rodez
22 Arras
18 Vendenheim
16 Issy
12 Toulouse

GERMANY:
Frauen-Bundesliga

PTS TEAM
29 Wolfsburg
25 Turbine Potsdam
Alyssa Naeher
Alex Singer
Keelin Winters
22 FFC Frankfurt
Ali Krieger
21 Bayern Munich
Niki Cross
Sarah Hagen
Gina Lewandowski
20  Freiburg
Jenista Clark
Chioma Igwe
Katherine Reynolds
15  Essen-Schoenebeck
Katarina Tarr
14 Bad Neuenahr
14 USV Jena
11 Duisburg
Ashlyn Harris
Elli Reed
10 Bayer Leverkusen
7  Guetersloh
4  Sindelfingen

CoCo Goodson's FC Twente clinched the Bene League Orange regular-season title with two matches left on the schedule thanks to a 1-0 win over Telstar. Goodson blocked several shots and anchored a defense to keep a clean slate. The first-place finish places FC Twente as the first seed from the Netherlands in the new BeNe League A, in which the top four Dutch and top four Belgian teams qualify. The top Dutch and top Belgian teams then qualify for the 2013-14 UEFA Women's Champions League.

NETHERLANDS:
BeNe League Orange
PTS TEAM
31 FC Twente
CoCo Goodson
26 ADO
Elizabeth Guess
Teresa Noyola
Brittany Persaud
23 FCE/PSV
17 Ajax
17 Telstar
13 PEC
9 FC Utrecht
5 SC Heerenveen
Aricca Vitanza
Note: The final game of the regular season will be held Friday.



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