Charge Host Mia Hamm and Freedom in Semifinals
Charge Finish Second in Standings, Host Third-Seeded Washington
Sunday, August 11, 2002By Greg Wiley
Philadelphia Charge Correspondent
The Philadelphia Charge learned Sunday who their opponent will be in Saturday's WUSA semifinal contest at Villanova Stadium at 1:30 p.m. - Mia Hamm and the Washington Freedom. The Charge learned their fate after the Carolina Courage played to a 1-1 tie against the San Diego Spirit on Sunday night to capture the WUSA regular-season championship.
FWAA Announces 2002 Outland Trophy Watch List
Saturday, August 10, 2002
By David W. Unkle
The following players are considered the top candidates for the 2002 Outland Trophy, which is presented by the Football Writers Association of America to the top interior lineman in college football each season. The winner of the 2002 Outland Trophy will be announced Dec. 12 on the ESPN College Football Awards Show from Orlando, Fla. Three finalists will be selected by the FWAA All-America Committee in late November and will appear on the show.
Phantoms Sign Former Boston University Standout Jack Baker to AHL Contract
Friday, August 9, 2002
By Al Cohen
The Philadelphia Phantoms today announced the signing of right wing Jack Baker to an American Hockey League contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal are not disclosed. Baker, 22, joins the Phantoms after a solid four-year career at Boston University, where he totaled 43 goals and 48 assists in 137 games. As a senior last season, he ranked second on the team in points (28), goals (15) and shots (99), and tied for first in game-winning goals (3).
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