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2014 W-League All-League Team
July 22nd, 2014 11:23PM

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[AWARDS] Two midfielders from the regular-season champion LA Blues -- Mele French and Sarah Killion -- head the 2014 W-League all-league team.

The Hawaiian-born French led the Blues with 24 points on eight goals and eight assists this season, while Killion, who plays for UCLA and attended the U.S. women's national team camp in March, chipped in a goal and six assists.
 
The other three teams participating in Friday’s W-League semifinals have players on the team: Charlotte Lady Eagles defender Amanda Naeher, Ottawa Fury defender Shelina Zadorsky and Washington Spirit Reserves defender Sam Lofton.
 
Making their second consecutive appearance on the All-W-League team are Laval Comets goalkeeper Genevieve Richard and Carolina Elite Cobras midfielder Blakely Mattern.
 
2014 All-W-League Team:
GK – Genevieve Richard, Laval Comets
D – Sue Alber-Weber, Long Island Rough Riders
D – Sam Lofton, Washington Spirit Reserves
D – Amanda Naeher, Charlotte Lady Eagles
D – Shelina Zadorsky, Ottawa Fury FC
MF – Mele French, LA Blues
MF – Sarah Killion, LA Blues
MF – Blakely Mattern, Carolina Elite Cobras
F – Danica Evans, Colorado Rush
F – Chloe Logarzo, Colorado Pride
F – Marisa Park, Braddock Road Stars Elite


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