VOTE: Biggest 2011 soccer stories in Washington

We are approaching the end of a calendar year and looking back brings with it a chance to vote for the biggest soccer stories in Washington for 2011.

by David Falk

I have come up with 15 news stories from which you can vote for your top three. (See poll below). What were the biggest soccer stories this year in Washington? You can also write in your own choices, too. Poll closes New Years Day, 2012.

These stories have been covered over the months here on and elsewhere. Here are links (in random order) to refresh your memories!

Kasey Keller plays his final season

Camas Papermakers win 3rd 3A Boys soccer state title in six years

Dean Wurzberger resigns at UW after 19 seasons

Hope Solo’s rise to fame: goalkeeper, dancer, magazine model

Skyline Spartans win 3rd 4A Girls soccer state title

Seattle U head coach Julie Woodward wins 200th match

Tacoma Tide and Sounders Women sold to local owners, will continue to play

Federal Way’s Kelyn Rowe is named Pac-12 Player of Year

Bellingham United FC is founded

Issaquah Soccer Club founds a new Women’s Premier Soccer League club

Walla Walla CC Women three-peat as NWAACC champions

Kitsap Pumas win 2011 PDL National Championship

Seattle Sounders FC three-peat as US Open Cup champions

Seattle Sounders FC advance to the final 8 in Champions League

Washington Youth Soccer announces new Referee Program Director position


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