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Women's United Soccer Association

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Posted: Friday June 02, 2000 02:00 PM



DiCicco named WUSA commissioner
Turner Sports to televise WUSA games
WUSA joins forces with MLS

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  • Michael Lewis: MLS-WUSA deal a boon for soccer

  • Women's Sports Week at a Glance: WUSA will survive

  • Diary: Kristine Lilly

  • Chat Reels: Tony DiCicco | Kristine Lilly

  • React: Users design new women's league

    WUSA Player Allocations
    Atlanta: Briana Scurry, goalkeeper; Cindy Parlow, forward; Nikki Serlenga, midfielder.

    Boston: Kristine Lilly, midfielder; Kate Sobrero, defender; Tracy Ducar, goalkeeper.

    New York: Tiffeny Milbrett, forward; Sara Whalen, midfielder; Christie Pearce, defender.

    Orlando: Michelle Akers, midfielder; Danielle Fotopoulos, forward; Tiffany Roberts, midfielder/defender.

    Philadelphia: - Lorrie Fair, midfielder; Saskia Webber, goalkeeper; Mandy Clemens, forward.

    San Diego: Julie Foudy, midfielder; Joy Fawcett, defender; Shannon MacMillan, midfielder/forward.

    San Francisco bay area: Brandi Chastain, defender; Tisha Venturini, midfielder; Lakeysia Beene, goalkeeper.

    Washington D.C.: Mia Hamm, forward; Siri Mullinix, goalkeeper; Michelle French, defender. 

    WUSA Investment
    Market  Investor  Amount 
    New York area  Time Warner Cable  $5 million 
    Tampa-Orlando  Time Warner Cable  $5 million 
    Atlanta  Cox Enterprises  $5 million 
    San Diego  Cox Communications  $5 million 
    Boston  Amos Hostetter  $5 million 
    Philadelphia  Comcast Corporation  $5 million 
    Washington D.C.  John Hendricks, Comcast Corp.  $2.5 million each 
    San Francisco  Amos Hostetter, John Hendricks  $2.5 million each 
    WUSA received additional investment letters from the WUSA investment group plus others that request reservation of team markets other than the above. Such investment letters total an additional $20 million.

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