2004 Tournament

Brackets
Results
 ·Sat 6/28
 ·Sun 6/29
 ·Mon 6/30
 ·Tue 7/1
Pictures
 ·Sat 6/28
 ·Sun 6/29
 ·Mon 6/30
Teams
 ·AAWLA

 ·CCLAX

 ·Colorado I
 ·Colorado II

 ·CTLF

 ·Future Elite

 ·Green Mtn. Girls

 ·Heros
 ·Houston Heat

 ·Minnesota
All-Stars
 ·PA Express

 ·Rose City Rebels

 ·Tri-State All-Stars

 ·Utah

 ·Windy City

 ·X-Team



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Results from Sunday, June 29, 2003

Colorado I 7, Vermont 6
A very exciting game. Both teams played hard and it could have gone either way.

Rose City Rebels 7, Houston Heat 6
Wonderful game. Very clean and well played. Both teams have improved their passing in just the two days of the tourney.

Tri-State All-Stars 11, Colorado II 1
The strength and passing ability of Tri-State came through in the win, despite Colorado's new uniforms.

Green Mtn. Girls W, Windy City L
A strong Green Mt. Team was up for their game after their tough loss earlier this morning. They were out to prove that they had it in them!

Utah W, Minnesota L
Utah was a team determined to win. They came out and gained an early lead. Minnesota gave a valiant second half effort and came close, but Utah's determination came through.

Colorado II 7, X-Team 4
What a win for Colorado II. They were the underdog, but came to play and play hard against an East Coast team. Very well played.

AAWLA 14, Windy City 2
Chicago started tentative, but got better and better as the game progressed. AAWLS's fast, accurate passing and goal scoring abilities distanced them from the Windy City club.

Heros 15, CC Lax 6
Baltimore Beltway rivales heated up in the second half. The many yellow cards matched the goals scored. Hero's tiped the scales in athleticism with all attack players depositing goals.

Future Elite 6, X-Team 2
Close all the way. Elite won the game in transition. Both defenses defenses and goaltenders played well.

AAWLA 4, Colorado I 4
Tight, close checking game. With 30 seconds left, Alexi Sanders in deep defense intercepted a shot to seal the tie.

PA Express 13, CTLF 6
A smothering defense and a patient attack added up to a well played game for PA. CTLF mounted an offensive comeback in the second, but were unable to make critical goals.

Future Elite 10, Tri-State 5
In a matchup of two undefeated teams, Elite was guilty of many turnovers, but made up for mistakes in the take away department. Elite's defense shut out tri-state attackers in the second half.


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