Today, The Tuesday List takes a look at the final goal-scoring totals for Colorado's two
W-League teams. Each team played 12 games in the regular season.
Lisa Franke, 4 goals
Nikki Marshall, 4 goals
Emmalie Pfankuch, 4 goals
Jessica Boots, 1 goal
Monica Dolinsky, 1 goal
Carly Peetz, 1 goal
Molly Thomas, 1 goal
REAL COLORADO COUGARS
Kellyn Farrell, 4 goals
Taryn Hemmings, 3 goals
Becca Mays, 2 goals
Jenna Owens, 2 goals
Brianna Pugh, 2 goals
Brittney Macdonald, 1 goal
Beth West, 1 goal
Brianne Young, 1 goal
Colorado Force midfielder Lisa Kosena traps a pass during the first half of her team's 3-0
victory over Vancouver on Friday night in Loveland. (photo by Tom
With a shot at the W-League playoffs on the line, the Colorado Force put it all together Friday
Nikki Marshall scored two goals as the Colorado Force kept its playoff hopes alive with a 2-1
win over the L.A. Legends on Tuesday night in Chino, Calif.
The Force, 3-2-6 overall, improved to 15 points in the W-League's Western Conference and climbed
into a second-place tie with Seattle.
Seattle, 3-0-6, has three matches to play, all on the road, beginning with a match Wednesday
night against the Ventura County.
Jestina Orlando, right, and Lisa Kosena vie for a header on June 21 against the L.A.
Legends. (photo by George Tanner/ ColoradoSoccerNow.com)
With its eyes on a playoff spot, the Colorado Force kicks off a three-game Southern California
road trip tonight against league-leading Pali Blues.
Force midfielder Maggie Doe, right, closes in on NY/NJ Sky Blue striker Natasha Kai during
the first half of their friendly on Wednesday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.Â
(photo by Jonathan Ingraham/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)
Mother Nature gave them lemons.
Shay Powell returned to action Wednesday after injuring her left knee against Real
(photo by George Tanner/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)
The Colorado Force hopes to extend its four-match unbeaten streak when it hosts the Los Angeles
Legends at 7 p.
The Colorado Force will attempt to win its first game of the season tonight as Brazilians
Fabiane Nascimento and Paula Pires and the rest of the Ventura County Fusion visits the Loveland
Pires played for Brazil's U-20 national team in the U-20 World Cup last fall, a tournament that
also featured Force midfielder Nikki Marshall.
The Colorado Force was missing some heavy hitters Sunday against the defending W-League
Central defender Carly Peetz was invited to train with the U.S. U-23 national team.
Shay Powell hurt her left knee last week in a 2-2 tie with the Real Colorado Cougars; she wanted
to play in Sunday's matinee against the Pali Blues, but the Force kept her out of the game as a
After recording 1-0 home losses to Seattle last week, the Colorado Force and Real Colorado
Cougars prepare to meet twice in four days in W-League fixtures.
The home-and-home dates start at 7 p.m. Thursday with Hawaiian shirt night at Loveland Sports
Park; the second leg is scheduled for 1 p.
Sounders right back Kelli Smith clears a header off the goal line after a Colorado Force
corner kick during the first half in Loveland. Seattle won 1-0 on Wednesday. The play was the
closest the Force came to scoring. (photo by Zane
Michelle French scored in the 32nd minute as the Seattle Sounders began a two-game road swing
through the Centennial State with a 1-0 victory over the Colorado Force on Wednesday at the
Loveland Sports Park.