2011 magicJack season

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2011 season
Owner United States Dan Borislow[1]
Head Coach United States Abby Wambach
Stadium FAU Soccer Field
Women's Professional Soccer 3rd
Playoffs Super Semifinal
Women's U.S. Open Cup Did not enter
Home colors
Away colors

The 2011 magicJack season was the club's first year of existence under the moniker "magicJack". Prior to the franchise purchase and relocation, the team had been playing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area under the name "Washington Freedom". Including the Freedom's history and records, this is magicJack's eighth season of existence.

The club finished the regular season in third place, amassing a record of nine wins, two ties and seven losses. During the playoffs, magicJack won the opening round against Boston Breakers, before being eliminated by Philadelphia Independence in the Super Semifinals.


Final regular season standings.

Blue denotes regular season champion, and top seed in 2011 Women's Professional Soccer Playoffs.
Green denotes team has spot in 2011 Women's Professional Soccer Playoffs.

Place Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Western New York Flash 18 13 3 2 40 18 +22 42
2 Philadelphia Independence 18 11 3 4 31 18 +13 36
3 magicJack 18 9 2 7 29 29 0 28*
4 Boston Breakers** 18 5 4 9 19 24 -5 19
5 Sky Blue FC 18 5 4 9 24 29 -5 19
6 Atlanta Beat 18 1 4 13 7 32 -25 7

Source: WPS standings
*magicJack was docked one point on 12 May for various violations of league standards.
**Boston wins head-to-head 2-1-1 over Sky Blue.


Final 2011 magicJack roster[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Hope Solo
2 United States DF Marian Dalmy
3 United States DF Christie Rampone
5 United States FW Lindsay Tarpley
6 Jamaica MF Omolyn Davis
7 United States MF Shannon Boxx
8 Canada MF Sophie Schmidt
9 United States FW Megan Rapinoe
10 United States DF Tina Ellertson
11 Australia FW Lisa De Vanna
No. Position Player
Canada GK Karina LeBlanc
14 United States MF Sarah Huffman
16 United States MF Lydia Vandenbergh
17 United States GK Brett Maron
20 United States FW Abby Wambach
21 United States GK Jillian Loyden
22 United States DF Becky Sauerbrunn
23 United States FW Christen Press
26 United States MF Nikki Washington
55 United States FW Ella Masar