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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Point Boro and Monmouth University star on Sky Blue FC roster
This spring, the new professional soccer league for women is set to kick off, and Jersey Shore native Christie Rampone has been assigned to the local team. Rampone, who has won Olympic gold medals and World Cup trophies, will bring her experience to the Sky Blue FC club which will play its games somewhere in the New York/New Jersey area. The team will also include members of the Canadian and Mexican national teams as well as younger players fresh out of college. The National Women's Soccer League will also include teams in Boston, Chicago, Kansas City, Portland, Seattle and Washington D.C. Rampone, mother of two young girls, had lived in Point Borough for many years, graduated from Monmouth University and has been recently living in …
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Crowd cheers Christie Rampone at Jersey Shore University Medical Center's victory celebration
Dawn Steffens remembers the days when Christie Pearce was a shy, quiet girl, who let her presence on the soccer field do all the talking for her. That was nearly 20 years ago when Steffens — now Dawn Crawford — and Pearce —better known to the world as Christie Rampone — played for the Peninsula Aztec. "She was shy but she was always the one who pushed us," Crawford, of Hazlet, said as she waited in line to get a few moments with the most decorated soccer player in the United States. "When you're out on the field, she's a whole different person." Crawford and her children were among the more than 500 people who packed the Kurr Atrium at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune on Friday to cheer for Rampone at the Olympic victory …