7-5 at HOU

WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH
GAME NOTES • FLASH (6-8-2) AT HOUSTON DASH (4-9-1) • GAME #17
9:00 p.m. ET • Saturday, July 5, 2014 • BBVA Compass Stadium • Houston, TX
Referee: Katja Koroleva Assistant Referees: Kathryn Nesbitt, Ramon Bermudez Jr. Fourth Official: Greg Boles
2013 NWSL Regular-Season Champions
INSIDE THE MATCHUP: After going 2-2-0
during its four-game homestand, the Flash
heads to Houston for the final time this season.
The Flash is still looking for its first ever win
against the expansion club, losing both its
previous two matches by a score of 2-1. The
Dash is coming off a weather postponed
game on the road against Sky Blue FC.
SET PIECE SUCCESS: In five of the Flash’s
past six games, a goal has been scored off
of a set piece, and three of those five assists
have come from corner kicks. Brittany Taylor
has scored both of her goals this season off of
Vicky Losada set pieces, and two of her free
kicks this year have lead to Flash goals. Sam
Kerr has also scored off a corner this season.
Four of Losada’s league leading six assists
this year have come from set piece situations.
OFFENSIVE OUTPUT: With Vicky Losada’s
third goal of the season against Seattle Reign
FC this Wednesday, the Flash has now scored
in six-straight games since June 7th. Despite
a record of 3-3-0 over those six games, the
Flash has outscored its opponents 12-7. The
Flash’s current streak is the second-longest
active streak in the league behind FC Kansas
City, which has scored in all 16 games.
EIGHT CRAZY GOALS: This season, each of
the Flash’s eight losses has been by a difference
of just one goal. The Flash and Houston Dash
have both seen eight losses by one goal, the
most in the league. Houston has had eight of
its nine losses this season come by a single
score. Last season, all four of the Flash’s
regular-season losses were also by one goal.
POINTS LEFT BEHIND: This season, half of
the Flash’s losses have come after holding a
lead in the game. The Flash’s two ties have also
come after scoring the first goal of the game. If
the Flash would have won those games, rather
than draw or lose, it would have 36 total points on
the season, 16 more than its current total of 20.
PHYSICAL PRESENCE: Over 16 games this
season, the Flash has commited 155 total fouls,
tied for the most in the league with the Chicago
Red Stars. Carli Lloyd and McCall Zerboni
are first and second in the league for fouls
commited with 28 and 27 fouls, respectively.
HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE: The Flash head
on the road for just one game before returning
for its second three-game homestand of the
year. After its game against the Dash, the Flash
will end the regular season playing four of its
last seven games at home. The Flash have a
home record of 4-3-1. Over half of the Flash’s
points have come at Sahlen’s Stadium this
season, earning 13 of its 20 points in Rochester.
THE PLAYOFF PUSH: Despite the loss
to Seattle Reign FC, the Flash remain in
a three-way tie for fourth-place. However,
no matter the results from Friday’s match
between Portland and Chicago, the Flash will
be sitting in fifth come game time Saturday.
The Flash do own the tiebreaker over the
Thorns and the Red Stars. A win Saturday
could jump the Flash as high as a two-way
tie for third-place with the Washington Spirit.
2014 VS HOU: Through two games all-time
against the Houston Dash, the Flash has yet
to earn a point against the expansion team.
The previous two meetings ended similarly for
the Flash, on the losing side of a 2-1 scoreline
both times. This is the final regular season
meeting between the two clubs. With a win
against the Dash, the Flash’s first ever season
series with the squad would end at 1-2-0.
WAMBACH OUT A MONTH: Upon returning
from camp with the US Women’s National
Team, Abby Wambach will be out at least
two more weeks due to an LCL sprain.
Wambach, who leads the Flash in every
offensive category against the Reign, has
been sidelined since May 31st. It has been
announced that the forward will complete two
weeks of rehab and another two weeks of
training before being considered for game play
#REDALERT: The Western New York Flash
are calling upon fans to help “red out” Sahlen’s
Stadium during 2014. After wearing white kits
for home games last year, the Flash will be in all
red for Rochester matches this season. Fans are
encouraged to wear red apparel to games and
usethehashtag#RedAlertwhenonsocialmedia.
NEXT GAME: The Flash begin another
homestand with three games in a row at
Sahlen’s Stadium. The Washington Spirit visit
Rochester for the first time this season, with
the season series between the two squads at
an even 1-1-0. This will be the final meeting
between the two teams in the 2014 regular
season. Each meeting between the Flash
and the Spirit this season has had at least
four total goals, with the first ending 3-1 for
WNY and the second 3-2 in favor of the Spirit.
2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
	 DATE	OPPONENT	 TIME/RESULT
	 Sun. April 13	 at Washington Spirit	 W, 3-1
	 Sat. April 19	 at Chicago Red Stars	 L, 1-0.
	 SAT. MAY 3	 PORTLAND THORNS FC	D, 1-1	
	 WED. MAY 7	 FC KANSAS CITY	 W, 2-1
	 SUN. MAY 11	 SKY BLUE FC	 W, 2-0
	 Sat. May 17	 at Washington Spirit	 L, 3-2
	 Wed. May 21	 at Portland Thorns FC	 L, 2-1
	 Sun. May 25	 at Seattle Reign FC	 D, 2-2
	 SAT. MAY 31	 HOUSTON DASH	 L, 2-1
	 Wed. June 4	 at FC Kansas City	 L, 1-0
	 Sat. June 7	 at Portland Thorns FC	 W, 5-0
	 Wed. June 11	 at Houston Dash	 L, 2-1
	 WED. JUNE 18	 CHICAGO RED STARS	 W, 2-0
	 SUN. JUNE 22	 SEATTLE REIGN FC	 L, 2-1
	 FRI. JUNE 27	 BOSTON BREAKERS	 W, 2-1
	 WED. JULY 2	 SEATTLE REIGN FC	 L, 2-1
	 Sat. July 5	 at Houston Dash	 9:00 p.m.
	 SAT. JULY 12	 WASHINGTON SPIRIT	 7:00 P.M.
	 FRI. JULY 18	 FC KANSAS CITY	 7:30 P.M.
	 FRI. JULY 25	 BOSTON BREAKERS	 7:30 P.M.
	 Thurs. July 31	 at Sky Blue FC	 7:00 p.m.
	 Sun. Aug. 3	 at Boston Breakers	 6:30 p.m.	
	 WED. AUG. 13	 SKY BLUE FC	 7:00 P.M
	 Sat. Aug. 16	 at Chicago Red Stars	 8:00 p.m.
VS. HOUSTON DASH
	 ALL-TIME NWSL RECORD: .....	0-2-0
		 Home Record ........................ 0-1-0
		 Away Record .........................	0-1-0
	 2014 RESULTS
		 5/31/14 ............... Dash 2, Flash 1
		 6/11/14 ............... Dash 2, Flash 1
	 ALL-TIME LEADERS VS HOU
		 Goals ................. Zerboni/Martin (1)
		 Assists ............................ Martin (1)
		 Shots ................................. Kerr (5)
		 SOG .......................... Four Tied (2)
		 Saves ........................... Williams (9)
		 Shutouts ................................... N/A
FLASH MEDIA CONTACT
	 JACKIE MAYNARD
		 Communications Manager
			 jackie.maynard@wnyflash.com
Office: 716.655.7529
Cell: 585.944.6995
Fax: 716.655.3615
www.WNYFlash.com
	@WNYFlash	 /WNYFlash
	@WNYFlash	 /WNYFlash
BOX OFFICE: 585.454.KICK
WHAT .................................. Training Facility
WHERE .............................. 7070 Seneca St.
	 Elma, NY 14059
SURFACE ...................................... FieldTurf
CAPACITY ..........................................Varies
PHONE ............................... (716) 655-PLAY
2014 GAME NOTES Western New York vs Houston | Saturday, July 5 | 9:00 p.m. ET
2014 STAT LEADERS
Name	 GP	 GS	Min.	 G
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 6
Sam Kerr	 12	 12	 980	 5
Abby Wambach	 6	 6	 475	 4
McCall Zerboni	 16	 15	 1316	 3
Vicky Losada	 15	 14	 1233	 3
Name	 GP	GS	Min.	 A
Vicky Losada	 15	 14	 1233	 6
Adriana Martin	 14	 9	 886	 3
Sam Kerr	 12	 12	 980	 2
Seven Tied				 1
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 SH
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 36
Sam Kerr	 12	 12	 980	 28
Adriana Martin	 14	 9	 886	 21
Vicky Losada	 15	 14	 1233	 20
Sonia Bermudez	 13	 6	 515	 15
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 SOG
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 18
Adriana Martin	 14	 9	 886	 11
Sam Kerr	 12	 12	 980	 11
Abby Wambach	 6	 6	 475	 11
Two Tied				 7
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 FC
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 28
McCall Zerboni	 16	 15	 1316	 27
Two Tied				 13
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 FS
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 20
McCall Zerboni	 16	 15	 1316	 14
Jasmyne Spencer	 15	 5	 590	 14
Kristen Edmonds	 14	 13	 1208	 12
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 GWG
Brittany Taylor	 16	 16	 1440	 2
McCall Zerboni	 16	 15	 1316	 1
Jasmyne Spencer	 15	 5	 590	 1
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 1
Abby Wambach	 6	 6	 475	 1
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 Y
Angela Salem	 15	 15	 1282	 4
Carli Lloyd	 11	 11	 990	 3
Three Tied				 2
2014 WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH ROSTER
No.	Name	 Pos.	 Ht.	 DOB	 Hometown	 Last Club
1	 Lydia Williams	 GK	 5-9	 5/13/88	 Katanning, W. Aus.	 Canberra United
3	 Courtney Wetzel	 M	 5-7	 2/25/89	 Puyallup, WA	 Portland Thorns FC
4	 Samantha Kerr	 F 	 5-8	 9/10/93	 Perth, Australia	 WNY Flash
5	 Teigen Allen	 D	 5-6	 2/12/94	 Sydney, Australia	 Western Sydney Wanderers
6	 Angela Salem	 M	 5-5	 7/24/88	 Copley, OH	 WNY Flash
7	 McCall Zerboni	 M	 5-4	 12/13/86	 Camarillo, CA	 WNY Flash
8	 Sonia Bermudez	 F	 5-3	 11/15/84	 Madrid, Spain	 FC Barcelona
10	 Carli Lloyd	 M	 5-8	 7/16/82	 Delran Township, NJ	 WNY Flash
11	 Adriana Martín	 F	 5-9	 11/7/86	 Aragon, Spain	 WNY Flash
12	 Kristen Edmonds	 D	 5-5	 5/22/87	 Metuchen, NJ	 FC Rossiyanka
13	 Brittany Taylor	 D	 5-8	 9/18/87	 Campbell Hall, NY	 WNY Flash
14	 Vicky Losada	 M	 5-5	 3/5/91	 Terrassa, Spain	 FC Barcelona
15	 Jasmyne Spencer	 F	 5-1	 8/27/90	 Bay Shore, NY	 Washington Spirit
16	 Katherine Reynolds	D	 5-8	 9/14/87	 Medina, WA	 WNY Flash
17	 Kathryn Williamson	 D	 5-6	 8/1/89	 McKinney, TX	 Portland Thorns FC
19	 Kelsey Wys	 GK	 5-10	2/4/91	 Coral Springs, FL	 Florida State Univ.
20	 Abby Wambach	 F	 5-11	 6/2/80	 Rochester, NY	 WNY Flash
22	 Amy Barczuk	 D	 5-10	10/28/90	 Centennial, CO	 WNY Flash
23	 Haley Palmer	 D	 5-9	 10/19/92	 Windsor, CA	 San Diego State Univ.
Head Coach: Aaran Lines		 Athletic Trainer: Merle Cortellucci
Assistant Coach: Pedro Losa		 Strength and Conditioning Coach: Demeris Johnson
Goalkeeper Coach: Rudy Pompert	 Assistant General Manager: Mike Cipolla
SAHLEN’S STADIUM
WHAT ......................................... Home Field
WHERE ..................................... 460 Oak St.
	 Rochester, NY 14608
SURFACE ...................................... FieldTurf
CAPACITY ........................................ 13,768
PHONE ............................... (585) 454-KICK
SAHLEN SPORTS PARK
ASSISTS
GAME-WINNING GOALS
SHOTS
SHOTS ON GOAL
FOULS COMMITTED
FOULS SUFFERED
YELLOW CARDS
GOALS
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 SV
Lydia Williams	 12	 12	 1080	 44
Kelsey Wys	 4	 4	 360	 14
SAVES
GAME 14 RECAP: REIGN 2, FLASH 1
The Flash faced the league-leading Seattle Reign FC for the final time in the regular season, with a
chance to move into sole possesion of third place.
For the third time in three games against the Reign, the Flash scored first to take the lead 1-0. Brittany
Taylor’s free kick deflected off of Keelin Winters right to the feet of a waiting Vicky Losada. Vicky’s
shot hit off the underside of the crossbar and bounced behind the goal line for her third goal of the
season.
The lead lasted into the second half for the Flash, until Beverly Goebel headed a Kim Little cross just
past Lydia Williams. Williams had four saves in the game, two of them coming back-to-back in the
24th minute against Nahomi Kawasumi and Little.
Once again, the Reign found a way to score the game winner late. Megan Rapinoe, in her first game
since April 13, found Jess Fishlock at the top of the six, who sent home the game-winning goal from
close range.
Despite the loss, the Flash still sit in a three-way tie for fourth place with the Chicago Red Stars
and Portland Thorns FC. Due to a positive goal differential, the Flash currently has the deciding tie
breaker.
Goals:
WNY: 33’ - Losada	 SEA: 62’ - Goebel (Little)
	 84’ - Fishlock (Rapinoe) 	
	
Shots: Reign 10, Flash 9	 Shots on Goal: Reign 6, Flash 3
Saves: Flash 4, Reign 3	 Corner Kicks: Reign 1, Flash 0
Offsides: Reign 5, Flash 4	 Fouls: Flash 13, Reign 9
- - - www.WNYFlash.com - - -
RED CARDS
Name	 GP	GS	 Min.	 R
Angela Salem	 15	 15	 1282	 1

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7-5 at HOU

  • 1. WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH GAME NOTES • FLASH (6-8-2) AT HOUSTON DASH (4-9-1) • GAME #17 9:00 p.m. ET • Saturday, July 5, 2014 • BBVA Compass Stadium • Houston, TX Referee: Katja Koroleva Assistant Referees: Kathryn Nesbitt, Ramon Bermudez Jr. Fourth Official: Greg Boles 2013 NWSL Regular-Season Champions INSIDE THE MATCHUP: After going 2-2-0 during its four-game homestand, the Flash heads to Houston for the final time this season. The Flash is still looking for its first ever win against the expansion club, losing both its previous two matches by a score of 2-1. The Dash is coming off a weather postponed game on the road against Sky Blue FC. SET PIECE SUCCESS: In five of the Flash’s past six games, a goal has been scored off of a set piece, and three of those five assists have come from corner kicks. Brittany Taylor has scored both of her goals this season off of Vicky Losada set pieces, and two of her free kicks this year have lead to Flash goals. Sam Kerr has also scored off a corner this season. Four of Losada’s league leading six assists this year have come from set piece situations. OFFENSIVE OUTPUT: With Vicky Losada’s third goal of the season against Seattle Reign FC this Wednesday, the Flash has now scored in six-straight games since June 7th. Despite a record of 3-3-0 over those six games, the Flash has outscored its opponents 12-7. The Flash’s current streak is the second-longest active streak in the league behind FC Kansas City, which has scored in all 16 games. EIGHT CRAZY GOALS: This season, each of the Flash’s eight losses has been by a difference of just one goal. The Flash and Houston Dash have both seen eight losses by one goal, the most in the league. Houston has had eight of its nine losses this season come by a single score. Last season, all four of the Flash’s regular-season losses were also by one goal. POINTS LEFT BEHIND: This season, half of the Flash’s losses have come after holding a lead in the game. The Flash’s two ties have also come after scoring the first goal of the game. If the Flash would have won those games, rather than draw or lose, it would have 36 total points on the season, 16 more than its current total of 20. PHYSICAL PRESENCE: Over 16 games this season, the Flash has commited 155 total fouls, tied for the most in the league with the Chicago Red Stars. Carli Lloyd and McCall Zerboni are first and second in the league for fouls commited with 28 and 27 fouls, respectively. HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE: The Flash head on the road for just one game before returning for its second three-game homestand of the year. After its game against the Dash, the Flash will end the regular season playing four of its last seven games at home. The Flash have a home record of 4-3-1. Over half of the Flash’s points have come at Sahlen’s Stadium this season, earning 13 of its 20 points in Rochester. THE PLAYOFF PUSH: Despite the loss to Seattle Reign FC, the Flash remain in a three-way tie for fourth-place. However, no matter the results from Friday’s match between Portland and Chicago, the Flash will be sitting in fifth come game time Saturday. The Flash do own the tiebreaker over the Thorns and the Red Stars. A win Saturday could jump the Flash as high as a two-way tie for third-place with the Washington Spirit. 2014 VS HOU: Through two games all-time against the Houston Dash, the Flash has yet to earn a point against the expansion team. The previous two meetings ended similarly for the Flash, on the losing side of a 2-1 scoreline both times. This is the final regular season meeting between the two clubs. With a win against the Dash, the Flash’s first ever season series with the squad would end at 1-2-0. WAMBACH OUT A MONTH: Upon returning from camp with the US Women’s National Team, Abby Wambach will be out at least two more weeks due to an LCL sprain. Wambach, who leads the Flash in every offensive category against the Reign, has been sidelined since May 31st. It has been announced that the forward will complete two weeks of rehab and another two weeks of training before being considered for game play #REDALERT: The Western New York Flash are calling upon fans to help “red out” Sahlen’s Stadium during 2014. After wearing white kits for home games last year, the Flash will be in all red for Rochester matches this season. Fans are encouraged to wear red apparel to games and usethehashtag#RedAlertwhenonsocialmedia. NEXT GAME: The Flash begin another homestand with three games in a row at Sahlen’s Stadium. The Washington Spirit visit Rochester for the first time this season, with the season series between the two squads at an even 1-1-0. This will be the final meeting between the two teams in the 2014 regular season. Each meeting between the Flash and the Spirit this season has had at least four total goals, with the first ending 3-1 for WNY and the second 3-2 in favor of the Spirit. 2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT Sun. April 13 at Washington Spirit W, 3-1 Sat. April 19 at Chicago Red Stars L, 1-0. SAT. MAY 3 PORTLAND THORNS FC D, 1-1 WED. MAY 7 FC KANSAS CITY W, 2-1 SUN. MAY 11 SKY BLUE FC W, 2-0 Sat. May 17 at Washington Spirit L, 3-2 Wed. May 21 at Portland Thorns FC L, 2-1 Sun. May 25 at Seattle Reign FC D, 2-2 SAT. MAY 31 HOUSTON DASH L, 2-1 Wed. June 4 at FC Kansas City L, 1-0 Sat. June 7 at Portland Thorns FC W, 5-0 Wed. June 11 at Houston Dash L, 2-1 WED. JUNE 18 CHICAGO RED STARS W, 2-0 SUN. JUNE 22 SEATTLE REIGN FC L, 2-1 FRI. JUNE 27 BOSTON BREAKERS W, 2-1 WED. JULY 2 SEATTLE REIGN FC L, 2-1 Sat. July 5 at Houston Dash 9:00 p.m. SAT. JULY 12 WASHINGTON SPIRIT 7:00 P.M. FRI. JULY 18 FC KANSAS CITY 7:30 P.M. FRI. JULY 25 BOSTON BREAKERS 7:30 P.M. Thurs. July 31 at Sky Blue FC 7:00 p.m. Sun. Aug. 3 at Boston Breakers 6:30 p.m. WED. AUG. 13 SKY BLUE FC 7:00 P.M Sat. Aug. 16 at Chicago Red Stars 8:00 p.m. VS. HOUSTON DASH ALL-TIME NWSL RECORD: ..... 0-2-0 Home Record ........................ 0-1-0 Away Record ......................... 0-1-0 2014 RESULTS 5/31/14 ............... Dash 2, Flash 1 6/11/14 ............... Dash 2, Flash 1 ALL-TIME LEADERS VS HOU Goals ................. Zerboni/Martin (1) Assists ............................ Martin (1) Shots ................................. Kerr (5) SOG .......................... Four Tied (2) Saves ........................... Williams (9) Shutouts ................................... N/A FLASH MEDIA CONTACT JACKIE MAYNARD Communications Manager jackie.maynard@wnyflash.com Office: 716.655.7529 Cell: 585.944.6995 Fax: 716.655.3615 www.WNYFlash.com @WNYFlash /WNYFlash @WNYFlash /WNYFlash BOX OFFICE: 585.454.KICK
  • 2. WHAT .................................. Training Facility WHERE .............................. 7070 Seneca St. Elma, NY 14059 SURFACE ...................................... FieldTurf CAPACITY ..........................................Varies PHONE ............................... (716) 655-PLAY 2014 GAME NOTES Western New York vs Houston | Saturday, July 5 | 9:00 p.m. ET 2014 STAT LEADERS Name GP GS Min. G Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 6 Sam Kerr 12 12 980 5 Abby Wambach 6 6 475 4 McCall Zerboni 16 15 1316 3 Vicky Losada 15 14 1233 3 Name GP GS Min. A Vicky Losada 15 14 1233 6 Adriana Martin 14 9 886 3 Sam Kerr 12 12 980 2 Seven Tied 1 Name GP GS Min. SH Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 36 Sam Kerr 12 12 980 28 Adriana Martin 14 9 886 21 Vicky Losada 15 14 1233 20 Sonia Bermudez 13 6 515 15 Name GP GS Min. SOG Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 18 Adriana Martin 14 9 886 11 Sam Kerr 12 12 980 11 Abby Wambach 6 6 475 11 Two Tied 7 Name GP GS Min. FC Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 28 McCall Zerboni 16 15 1316 27 Two Tied 13 Name GP GS Min. FS Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 20 McCall Zerboni 16 15 1316 14 Jasmyne Spencer 15 5 590 14 Kristen Edmonds 14 13 1208 12 Name GP GS Min. GWG Brittany Taylor 16 16 1440 2 McCall Zerboni 16 15 1316 1 Jasmyne Spencer 15 5 590 1 Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 1 Abby Wambach 6 6 475 1 Name GP GS Min. Y Angela Salem 15 15 1282 4 Carli Lloyd 11 11 990 3 Three Tied 2 2014 WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH ROSTER No. Name Pos. Ht. DOB Hometown Last Club 1 Lydia Williams GK 5-9 5/13/88 Katanning, W. Aus. Canberra United 3 Courtney Wetzel M 5-7 2/25/89 Puyallup, WA Portland Thorns FC 4 Samantha Kerr F 5-8 9/10/93 Perth, Australia WNY Flash 5 Teigen Allen D 5-6 2/12/94 Sydney, Australia Western Sydney Wanderers 6 Angela Salem M 5-5 7/24/88 Copley, OH WNY Flash 7 McCall Zerboni M 5-4 12/13/86 Camarillo, CA WNY Flash 8 Sonia Bermudez F 5-3 11/15/84 Madrid, Spain FC Barcelona 10 Carli Lloyd M 5-8 7/16/82 Delran Township, NJ WNY Flash 11 Adriana Martín F 5-9 11/7/86 Aragon, Spain WNY Flash 12 Kristen Edmonds D 5-5 5/22/87 Metuchen, NJ FC Rossiyanka 13 Brittany Taylor D 5-8 9/18/87 Campbell Hall, NY WNY Flash 14 Vicky Losada M 5-5 3/5/91 Terrassa, Spain FC Barcelona 15 Jasmyne Spencer F 5-1 8/27/90 Bay Shore, NY Washington Spirit 16 Katherine Reynolds D 5-8 9/14/87 Medina, WA WNY Flash 17 Kathryn Williamson D 5-6 8/1/89 McKinney, TX Portland Thorns FC 19 Kelsey Wys GK 5-10 2/4/91 Coral Springs, FL Florida State Univ. 20 Abby Wambach F 5-11 6/2/80 Rochester, NY WNY Flash 22 Amy Barczuk D 5-10 10/28/90 Centennial, CO WNY Flash 23 Haley Palmer D 5-9 10/19/92 Windsor, CA San Diego State Univ. Head Coach: Aaran Lines Athletic Trainer: Merle Cortellucci Assistant Coach: Pedro Losa Strength and Conditioning Coach: Demeris Johnson Goalkeeper Coach: Rudy Pompert Assistant General Manager: Mike Cipolla SAHLEN’S STADIUM WHAT ......................................... Home Field WHERE ..................................... 460 Oak St. Rochester, NY 14608 SURFACE ...................................... FieldTurf CAPACITY ........................................ 13,768 PHONE ............................... (585) 454-KICK SAHLEN SPORTS PARK ASSISTS GAME-WINNING GOALS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED YELLOW CARDS GOALS Name GP GS Min. SV Lydia Williams 12 12 1080 44 Kelsey Wys 4 4 360 14 SAVES GAME 14 RECAP: REIGN 2, FLASH 1 The Flash faced the league-leading Seattle Reign FC for the final time in the regular season, with a chance to move into sole possesion of third place. For the third time in three games against the Reign, the Flash scored first to take the lead 1-0. Brittany Taylor’s free kick deflected off of Keelin Winters right to the feet of a waiting Vicky Losada. Vicky’s shot hit off the underside of the crossbar and bounced behind the goal line for her third goal of the season. The lead lasted into the second half for the Flash, until Beverly Goebel headed a Kim Little cross just past Lydia Williams. Williams had four saves in the game, two of them coming back-to-back in the 24th minute against Nahomi Kawasumi and Little. Once again, the Reign found a way to score the game winner late. Megan Rapinoe, in her first game since April 13, found Jess Fishlock at the top of the six, who sent home the game-winning goal from close range. Despite the loss, the Flash still sit in a three-way tie for fourth place with the Chicago Red Stars and Portland Thorns FC. Due to a positive goal differential, the Flash currently has the deciding tie breaker. Goals: WNY: 33’ - Losada SEA: 62’ - Goebel (Little) 84’ - Fishlock (Rapinoe) Shots: Reign 10, Flash 9 Shots on Goal: Reign 6, Flash 3 Saves: Flash 4, Reign 3 Corner Kicks: Reign 1, Flash 0 Offsides: Reign 5, Flash 4 Fouls: Flash 13, Reign 9 - - - www.WNYFlash.com - - - RED CARDS Name GP GS Min. R Angela Salem 15 15 1282 1