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WUSA opens on a big stage, but long-range prospects will take some time to develop.

Allen, a veteran executive with Quaker Oats, named league CEO.

After five-day combine, inaugural eight teams prepare for first draft.

WUSA conducts inaugural foreign player allocation draft.

Hamm is assigned to play in Washington as first 24 allocations are announced.

MLS commits to submit competing plan for women’s league by May 1.

New women's league is scheduled to start play in eight cities in April 2001.

Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA)

Official web site: www.wusa.com

Address
641 Lexington Avenue
Ninth floor
New York, New York 10022
phone: (212) 548-5860, (877) WUSA-INFO
fax: (212) 548-5879
e-mail: comments@wusa.com

WUSA Team-by-team listings (Team directory, email)
Eastern Division
Atlanta Beat atlantabeat@cox.com
Bay Area CyberRays info@bayareacyberrays.com
Boston Breakers info@bostonbreakers.com
Carolina Courage feedback@carolinacourage.com
New York Power feedback@newyorkpower.net
Philadelphia Charge wusaphiladelphia@comcast-spectacor.com
San Diego Spirit wusaSan Diego@comcast-spectacor.com
sandiegospirit@cox.com
Washington Freedom info@washingtonfreedom.com

Administration
Acting president: Lee Berke
Acting commissioner: Tony DiCicco
Chief executive officer: Barbara Allen
Vice president, operations: Thom Meredith
Vice president, player personnel and technical director: Lauren Gregg
Vice president, sponsorship sales: Sara Delgado
Vice president, legal affairs: Rob Kaler
Director, public relations: Shaun May
Board of governors: John S. Hendricks, Amos B. Hostetter, Jr., James C. Kennedy, James O. Robbins, Brian L. Roberts, Amy Banse, Joseph J. Collins, Fred M. Dressler, Julie Foudy (player representative).

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