2004 Tournament

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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 Monday, June 30, 2003

We apologize for the delay, these game reports were difficult to track down.

Colorado I 9, Tri-State All-Stars 8
Colorado came out strong to a 7-4 half-time lead, but Tri-State made a game of it in the second half. In the end Colorado's goalie and defense stepped up to hold off the surge, Brittany Ester did her best throwing in 6 goals for Tri-State, while Megan Murphy led Colorado with 3 goals.

Future Elite 6, Green Mtn. Girls 1
Hard fought championship calibur game. Green Mtn. gave into experience and tremendous team play and the scoring of four different Future Elite players.

PA Express 12, CCLax 2
CCLax played all out every minute, with goalkeeper Haley Bosch showing outstanding play. PA's swarming attack and opportunistic defense took control, scoring came from Johna Capalers with 4 goals and Kelley Kremer and Natalie Miller each throwing in 2 goals. Both Ali Flury and Kathleen Latonick tossed one in for CCLax.

Heros 15, CTLF 5
Baltimore based Heros turned on the heat against Connecticut's CTLF, burning the sod with their smothering attack. CTLF made a few inroad goals, but were no match for the aggressive Heros. Kristen Slahor led Heros with 4 goals with the following four players each adding 2 goals: Gina Lucido, Jordan Jewell, Claire Cunifa, and Megan Carver. The CTLF team had different scorers for each of their 5 goals.

Future Elite 9, Colorado I 8
Courtney Arnold scored for Elite with less than a minute left for the win. Elite jumped out in full force to lead 7-2 at the half. A gritty and determined Colorado team roared back and tied the game twice in the last three minutes.

Green Mountain Girls 8, Tri-State 7
GMGs fashioned a 4-2 halftime lead and then had to hold off Tri-State's second half surge. Close checking and aggressive second half. Both defenses were solid and Tri-State took advantage of midfield miscues by the GMGs to stay in the game. In the end, however, the Green Mountain Girls were the victors by one.

PA Express 6, Hero's 5 2ot
Two highly skilled and motivated teams took the game to a second overtime before Kelley Kramer deposited the winning goal. Hero's came out on fire and led 3-0 only to have PA Express come back to tie it. This was an excellent game and it kept the trend of one goal outcomes for Monday.

CTLF 13, CCLax 5
The very young CCLax team could not stay with CTLF for the entire game. CTLF passed the ball well in transition in the second half to secure the win.

AAWLA 5, X-Team 3
This was a well played game between two evenly matched teams. X-Team simply could not finish their opportunities as well as AAWLA.

Colorado II 14, Windy City 8

Rose City Rebels 12, Minnesota 3

Houston Heat 5, Utah 2

AAWLA 8, Colorado II 7
In another one goal game, AAWLA held off a furious CO II rally to tie in the last few seconds.

Windy City 14, X-Team 8

Houston Heat 7, Rose City Rebels 6
In a close game, Rose City came from behind, but could not quite overtake Houston. Both teams showed great effort.

Minnesota 6, Utah 5
Close game throughout. Five yellow cards were given in this very physical affair. Minnesota scored the game winner in the last thirty seconds to avoid overtime. It was sweet revenge for Minnesota, who lost to Utah in pool play and recorded their first win of the tournament.



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