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St. Louis Athletica Announce Final Roster

Posted on April 02, 2010 by Lauren Salter

St. Louis Athletica officially announced its final 22-player roster today. The roster consists of 18 active players and four developmental players, denoted here with a “D” following their names.

articleKristina Larson, the 17th overall pick in the 2010 WPS draft, will begin the season on the injured reserve list, as she suffered a stress fracture recently. Niki Cross was signed as a free agent to complete the roster.

The announcement comes ten days before the WPS kicks off their season on April 10. St. Louis will host FC Gold Pride on April 11.

# Name Position College/Country Hometown Birth Date/Age
1 Hope Solo Goalkeeper Washington Richland, Washington July 30, 1981/28
2 Elaine Midfielder Brazil Bahia, Brazil November 1, 1982/27
3 Carolyn Blank Defender West Virginia Tom’s River, New Jersey March 23, 1988/22
4 Kendall Fletcher Midfielder North Carolina Cary, North Carolina November 6, 1984/25
5 Lindsay Tarpley Midfielder North Carolina Kalamazoo, Michigan September 22, 1983/26
6 Aya Miyama Midfielder Japan Chiba, Japan January 28, 1985/25
7 Shannon Boxx Midfielder Notre Dame Redondo Beach, California June 29, 1977/32
8 Tina Ellertson Defender Washington Vancouver, Washington May 20, 1982/27
9 Eniola Aluko Forward England Birmingham, England February 21, 1987/23
10 Daniela Midfielder Brazil Sao Paulo, Brazil January 12, 1984/26
11 India Trotter Midfielder Florida State Plantation, Florida March 10, 1985/25
12 Elise Weber Defender Notre Dame Elk Grove, Illinois July 26, 1987/22
13 Sarah Teegarden(D) Midfielder UW-Milwaukee Batavia, Illinois October 18, 1986/23
16 Erin Walter(D) Midfielder DePaul Elk Grove Village, Illinois November 28, 1983/26
17 Lori Chalupny Midfielder North Carolina St. Louis, Missouri January 29, 1984/26
18 Ashlyn Harris Goalkeeper North Carolina Satellite Beach, Florida October 19, 1985/24
19 Madelaine Edlund Forward Sweden Jönköping, Sweden September 15, 1985/24
20 Kristina Larsen Midfielder UCLA Mission Viejo, California June 16, 1988/21
21 Niki Cross For/Def UCONN Pembroke, Massachusetts May 30, 1985/24
22 Sarah Wagenfuhr Defender Florida State Colorado Springs, Colorado December 31, 1986/23
23 Veronica Perez(D) Midfielder Washington San Mateo, California May 18, 1988/21
25 Tina DiMarino Midfielder UCLA Massapequa, New York November 6, 1986/23
61 Kati Jo Spisak(D) Goalkeeper Texas A&M St. Louis, Missouri November 22, 1983/26

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