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Ashley scores in losing effort for Zorky
November 13th, 2013 11:21PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Ashley Nick scored for Russian club Zorky Krasnogorsk in its 5-2 loss at Birmingham City Ladies in the second leg of their UEFA Women's Champions League series. The USC product was one of four Americans to start for Zorky, which fell 7-2 on aggregate.

Also starting for Zorky were former UCLA goalie Chante Sandiford, Alyssa Mautz and Amy Barczuk. The latter two played in the NWSL in 2013.

UEFA Women's Champions League, Round of 16:
Wolfsburg 3 Malmo 1
(Wolfsburg wins 5-2 on aggregate)
FC Zurich Frauen 1 Barcelona 3
(Barcelona wins 6-1 on aggregate.)
Glasgow City Ladies 2 Arsenal Ladies 3
(Arsenal Ladies win 6-2 on aggregate.)
Birmingham City Ladies 5 FK Zorkiy Krasnogorsk
(Birmingham City Ladies win 7-2 on aggregate.)


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