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Ottawa Fury Women

Ottawa Fury Women
Ottawa Fury logo
Full name Ottawa Fury Women
Nickname(s) The Fury
Founded 2003
Dissolved 2014
Ground Algonquin College Soccer Complex
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman John Pugh
Manager Dominic Oliveri
League USL W-League
2014 1st, Central Conference
National Semifinals

Ottawa Fury Women was a Canadian women's soccer team, founded in 2003. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues W-League, the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada. The team competed in the W-League's Central Conference with the rest of the league's Canadian clubs. The team is a part of the Ottawa Fury Football Club, which also includes the Fury FC men's team which competes in the North American Soccer League, the Ottawa Fury FC Men's Academy which competes in the USL PDL, as well as several other men's and women's Academy teams of all age levels. Through the Ottawa Fury FC, it is part of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, owned by Jeff Hunt.[1] On December 3, 2014 the parent club decided to disband the Women's team but would continue their Elite Girls Soccer Academy program. [2]

Contents

  • Players 1
    • Current roster 1.1
    • Notable former players 1.2
  • Club staff 2
    • Managerial history 2.1
  • Year-by-year 3
  • Awars and honors 4
  • Stadium 5
  • External links 6
  • References 7

Players

Current roster

As of May 22, 2014.[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Jillian McVicker
GK Maryse Bard-Martel
DF Kadeisha Buchanan
DF Arin Gilliland
DF Danielle Hubka
DF Maggie Malone
DF Annie Steinlage
DF Emma Donnelly
DF Meaghan Ramsden
DF Shelina Zadorsky
MF Lisa-Marie Woods
MF Laura Stockdale
MF Teresa Rynier
No. Position Player
MF Lydia Hastings
MF Courtney Raetzman
MF Jessie Bujouves
MF Kayla Adamek
MF Ronnie Mazzella
FW Kristy Moore
FW Bryanna McCarthy
FW Ashley Lawrence
FW Lauren Hughes
FW Arielle Kabangu
FW Sydney Braun-McLeod
FW Cristabel Oduro

Notable former players

Club staff

Senior staff[5]

  • Club President, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group: Jeff Hunt
  • Club President, Ottawa Fury FC: John Pugh
  • Director of Operations: Melanie Ireton
  • Director of Communications and Marketing: Graeme Ivory
  • Executive Assistant: Carrie MacKay

Management team[6][7]

  • Manager: Dominic Oliveri
  • Assistant Manager: Robin Rushton
  • Goalkeeping Coach: David Bellemare
  • Fitness Coach: Kyle Thorne
  • Team Physician: Dr. Taryn Taylor
  • Physiotherapist: Mel Flala
  • Equipment Manager: Brad Smith

Managerial history

  • Dominic Oliveri: 2011–present [8]
  • Craig Smith: 2008–2010 [9]
  • Frank Lofranco: 2003–2007[10]

Year-by-year

Year League Division Regular season Playoffs
2003 USL W-League Northern division 2nd National Semifinals
2004 USL W-League North Central Division 1st Conference Finals
2005 USL W-League Northern Division 1st National Final
2006 USL W-League Northern Division 1st National Final
2007 USL W-League Northern Division 1st Conference Finals
2008 USL W-League Northern Division 1st Conference Finals
2009 USL W-League Great Lakes Division 1st National Semifinals
2010 USL W-League Great Lakes Division 1st Conference Finals
2011 USL W-League Great Lakes Division 1st Runners-up
2012 USL W-League Central Division 1st Champions
2013 USL W-League Central Conference 2nd Conference Final
2014 USL W-League Central Conference 1st National Semifinals

Awars and honors

  • USL W-League Central Conference Champions 2014
  • USL W-League Champions 2012
  • USL W-League Great Lakes Division Champions 2011
  • USL W-League Great Lakes Division Champions 2010
  • USL W-League Great Lakes Division Champions 2009
  • USL W-League Northern Division Champions 2008
  • USL W-League Northern Division Champions 2007
  • USL W-League Eastern Conference Champions 2006
  • USL W-League Northern Division Champions 2006
  • USL W-League Eastern Conference Champions 2005
  • USL W-League Northern Division Champions 2005
  • USL W-League North Central Division Champions 2004

[11]

Stadium

External links

  • Officiel web site of Ottawa Fury Women
  • Ottawa Fury Women on USL Soccer

References

  1. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/front-office-staff#.U343ICimV8g
  2. ^ "Fury FC W-League Era Draws To A Close". Ottawa Fury FC. December 3, 2014. Retrieved December 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/news/detail/uuid/nistl6zx7oku1ur3r3w100fa3/fury-fc-women-finalize-roster-ahead-of-saturdays-opener-against-quebec#.U34tWyimV8g
  4. ^ Ottawa Fury Women Sign England and Arsenal Captain, http://www.ottawafury.com/fullstory.php?id=523
  5. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/front-office-staff#.U343ICimV8g
  6. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/w-coaching-staff#.U34q6iimV8g
  7. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/team-coaching-staff#.U34p-yimV8g
  8. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/w-league-history#.U341yyimV8g
  9. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/w-league-history#.U341yyimV8g
  10. ^ http://www.ottawafuryfc.com/page/slug/w-league-history#.U341yyimV8g
  11. ^ Fury W-League History on http://www.ottawafury.com/fw-index
  12. ^ Canada Soccer,Ottawa to host 2004 W-League Championship, http://www.canadasoccer.com/news/viewArtical.asp?Press_ID=1577&lang=en
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