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Washington Freedom Finish Third

August 7, 2008 - Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) - magicJack News Release

The Washington Freedom finished their 2008 season with an impressive 17-2-2 overall record. They won the Northeast Division title and the Eastern Conference title, and fought their way to a third place finish in the W-League Championship. Lori Lindsey, Christie Welsh, and Emily Janss all received W-League honors for their performances throughout the season and in the Final Four. For the full article, click here

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WPS Social Network Now Open!

To kick the Olympic Games off, Women's Professional Soccer has launched its own Social Network at It's the place to be to chat about all the Olympic action, the domestic and international players who aspire to play in WPS, and September's Allocation of Women's National Team players.

Here's what you can look forward to at

o Regular blogs from USWNT players Cat Whitehill and Leslie Osborne, who will bring you direct access to their team as they compete in China o Olympic soccer commentary from's Graham Hays o Links to worldwide coverage of each game including post-game match reports, news, and video highlights o And much, much more...

And while you're there, check out the Washington Freedom's page at


The Freedom is Looking for a Corporate Sponsorship Sales Manager

The Freedom is a sales-driven organization and this is a salary/commission sales position. The Corporate Partnerships Account Manager is responsible for generating, servicing and increasing corporate sales revenue from local, regional and national sponsor clients. For more information click here

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