March 22, 2011
BOCA RATON, FL -Florida Atlantic University Athletics will serve as the 2011 host site for magicJack, of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS), at the FAU Soccer Fields, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton campus. The WPS is the premiere women's professional soccer league in the world.
Team members include some of the most recognizable names from the U.S. Women's National Team such as Abby Wambach (U.S. soccer player of the year), Hope Solo, Christie Rampone, Shannon Boxx, Lindsay Tarpley, Becky Sauerbrunn and Meghan Klingenberg. MagicJack's roster also includes Australian National Team member Lisa De Vanna.
magicJack is coached by Mike Lyons and the general manager is former U.S. National Team goalkeeper Brianna Scurry (world cup champion and Olympic gold medalist). The WPS enters its third season with six franchises including: Atlanta Beat (Team Boca alumnus India Trotter), Boston Breakers (former national team coach Tony DiCicco), Philadelphia Independence (Amy Rodriguez), Sky Blue FC (New Jersey, Heather O'Reilly) and the Western New York Flash (Brazilian superstar and FIFA player of the year, Marta).
Season ticket packages begin at $75 for adults and $60 for child/senior for general admission; and $120 for adults and $75 child/senior for reserved center circle seating. Individual game tickets begin at $10 for adults and $8 child/senior for general admission. Reserved center circle seating is $15 for adults and $12 child/senior.
For more information or to purchase tickets, call 1-866-FAU-OWLSbegin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-866-FAU-OWLS end_of_the_skype_highlighting or 1-866-328-6957begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-866-328-6957 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or visit www.ticketmaster.com and enter "magicJack" in the search window.2011 magicJack Schedule
|April 16||Sat||at Philadelphia Independence||Philadelphia, PA||7 p.m.|
|Apr 23||Sat||Boston Breakers||Boca Raton, FL||7 p.m.|
|May 1||Sun||Philadelphia Independence||Boca Raton, FL||4 p.m.|
|May 8||Sun||Atlanta Beat||Boca Raton, FL||4 p.m.|
|May 22||Sun||at Western New York Flash||Rochester, NY||TBA (FSC)|
|May 28||Sat||Atlanta Beat||Boca Raton, FL||7 p.m.|
|June 5||Sun||at Boston Breakers||Boston, MA||TBA (FSC)|
|June 11||Sat||at Atlanta Beat||Atlanta, GA||6 p.m.|
|June 18||Sat||at Philadelphia Independence||Philadelphia, PA||7 p.m.|
|July 9||Sat||at Sky Blue FC||New Brunswick, NJ||7 p.m.|
|July 20||Wed||at Western New York Flash||Rochester, NY||7:30 p.m.|
|July 23||Sat||at Atlanta Beat||Atlanta, GA||7 p.m.|
|July 27||Wed||Sky Blue FC||Boca Raton, FL||7 p.m.|
|July 30||Sat||Boston Breakers||Boca Raton||7 p.m.|
|Aug 3||Wed||Sky Blue FC||Boca Raton, FL||7 p.m.|
|Aug 6||Sat||at Boston Breakers||Boston, MA||7 p.m.|
|Aug 10||Wed||Western New York Flash||Boca Raton, FL||7 p.m.|
|Aug 14||Sun||Philadelphia Independence||Boca Raton, FL||4 p.m.|
Teams will have a two-week break from June 25-July 4 to accommodate players participating in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany.