The Boston Breakers finished their maiden season in Women's Professional Soccer with a less than expected record of seven wins, nine losses and four ties.
Coach Tony DiCicco's team found themselves in the thick of the playoff hunt after seventeen games with a record of 7-6-4 before dropping their final three matches of the season.
Their less than stellar play during the home stretch of the campaign left them on the outside looking in, with their noses pressed against the playoff window as they watched their counterparts from New Jersey, Los Angeles, Washington and St Louis to battle for the first WPS crown.
As coach DiCicco, builds his roster for the 2010 WPS Season he has kept several key pieces from last years' team, while adding as many as a dozen new faces via trade, free agency and the college and dispersal draft, with hopes to put his team from Beantown to the top of the WPS standings.
Here's how the Breakers look today with just over four weeks remaining until their opening match versus the Washington Freedom on Saturday night April 10th.