July 23, 2008
Tallahassee, Fla. – United Soccer Leagues announced Thursday, July 17 the W-League Team of the Week for the 13th week of the USL season. Boston midfielder Tori Huster was named to the list after leading the Renegades to victory.
Huster notched the game-winning goal for Boston in a 2-1 victory over the Connecticut Passion. In front of the hometown crowd, Huster broke a 1-1 tie finding the back of the net in the 69th minute of action to give the Renegades the lead for good. The goal was the fourth of the season for Huster in W-League play.
Florida State has a number of Seminole student-athletes competing in the W-League this summer. Three Seminoles are also participating in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). Here is a look at who is playing and where they are competing before returning to Tallahassee in the fall.
Tori Huster – 8 GP, 690 minutes, 9 P, 4 G, 1 A, 19 Shots
Rachel Lim – 8 GP, 654 minutes, 2 P, 1 G, 3 Shots
Toni Pressley – 5 GP, 167 minutes, 2 Shots
Ella Stephan – 11 GP, 852 minutes, 1 P, 1 A, 1 Shot
Northern Virginia Majestics
Kate Milstead – 7 GP, 575 minutes, 1.48 GAA, 9 GA, 55 saves
Kimmy Diaz – 5 GP, 418 minutes, 0.86 GAA, 4 GA, 10 saves
Erin McNulty – 4 GP, 360 minutes, 1.00 GAA, 4 GA, 26 saves, 1 shutout
Katrin Schmidt – 8 GP, 720 minutes, 1 P, 1 A, 8 Shots
Sanna Talonen – 8 GP, 538 minutes, 7 P, 3 G, 1 A, 15 Shots
Tiffany McCarty – 4 GP, 152 minutes, 4 P, 2 G, 4 Shots
As the summer season comes to a close, both the W-League and WPSL are heading into postseason play. W-League teams qualifying for the postseason tournament are Vancouver, Ottawa, Washington and Boston. Soccer Plus Connecticut, who is 12-0-0, clinched the North Division of the WPSL en route to a berth in the postseason tournament.