Some Light Reading

18 11 2008

The WUSA folded before Maggie Tomecka ever had a chance to play in the top women’s league. So she moved on to another challenge: UNC School of Medicine. With the new WPS on the horizen, she’s thinking a team has use for a good doctor on their team, a doctor capable of winning a lot of headers.
http://www.womensprosoccer.com/newsitem_ektid6362.aspx

Notre Dame forward Kerri Hanks is one of the best players to grace the fields of college soccer. Kerri has learned to make soccer a part of her life, not her entire life. She has found one way to be happy is working with young children.
http://www.journalgazette.net/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20081114/SPORTS0302/811140345

Julie Murray proclaims women’s soccer as a rising power, as she was inducted into the Football Australia Hall of Fame. Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley stressed the importance of the women’s program, and noted the high participation of women in the sport. “There is a big future for the women’s game and, with the current 120,000 participants, it is the fastest growing sport in Australia.”
http://www.thewest.com.au/default.aspx?MenuID=4&ContentID=108163

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