New York Power
|Full name||New York Power|
|Ground||Mitchel Athletic Complex, Uniondale, New York|
|Owner||Time Warner Cable|
|Head Coach||Tom Sermanni|
|League||Women's United Soccer Association|
The team began play in 2001 during the inaugural season of the WUSA. The Power reached the semifinals in the 2001 season by finishing third in the standings. They faced the Bay Area CyberRays and lost 3-2.
The following season the team finished last in the league standings, then resurged in the 2003 season to finish 5th among 8 teams, narrowly missing the playoffs.
The "founding players" of the Power were Tiffeny Milbrett, Christie Pearce and Sara Whalen of the 1999 USA Women's World Cup team. International players who played for the Power included Ann Kristin Aarones (Norway), Gro Espeseth (Norway), Gao Hong (China), Cheryl Salisbury (Australia) and Anita Rapp (Norway).
2003 Roster 
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Coach: Tom Sermanni
The New York Power received the WUSA Team Fair Play Award during the 2001 season. Tiffeny Milbrett received the WUSA Most Valuable Player and WUSA Offensive Player of the Year the same year. Gro Espeseth and Tiffeny Milbrett were named to the WUSA Global XI First Team in 2001.
The WUSA announced on September 15, 2003 that it was suspending operations.
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- "Hamm, Scurry among awards finalists". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 20 October 2012.