2001 Women's Premier Soccer League
|Champions||Ajax of Southern California (1st title)|
|Best Player||April Colen|
|Top goalscorer||Erica Strey|
|Best goalkeeper||Carolyn Welman|
The 2001 Women's Premier Soccer League was the fourth season of the league. It began on May 12, 2001 and ended on July 28, 2001. Ajax of Southern California was the champion.
The number of teams from the previous season dropped from eight to seven. Foothill F.C. and Silicon Valley Red Devils dropped out in the off-season. Also in the off-season, the Vancouver Angels merged with the independent Vancouver Lady 86ers. The merged club was renamed the Vancouver Breakers and joined the USL W-League for the 2001 season. Two new clubs, East Bay Power and a reorganized Las Vegas Shooters, joined the league.
|1||Ajax of Southern California (C)||12||9||1||2||33||12||+21||28|
|2||San Diego W.F.C.||12||8||2||2||28||10||+18||26|
|4||East Bay Power||12||5||2||5||24||20||+4||17|
|6||San Francisco Nighthawks||12||4||0||8||12||26||−14||12|
|7||Las Vegas Shooters||11||0||1||10||6||36||−30||1|
|Home \ Away||AJX||CAL||EBP||LVS||SDW||SFN||UTA|
|Ajax of Southern California||—||3–1||4–0||3–1||1–1||2–0||1–2|
|East Bay Power||2–6||0–2||—||2–2||0–1||5–0||8–0|
|Las Vegas Shooters[note 1]||0–4||0–3||0–3||—||0–3||1–3||DNP|
|San Diego W.F.C.||2–3||3–1||4–1||5–1||—||3–0||3–2|
|San Francisco Nighthawks||0–1||0–2||1–2||3–0||1–0||—||3–0|
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
- Las Vegas' home games against California, East Bay and San Diego listed as 0-3 forfeits.
|1||Erica Strey||San Diego W.F.C.||8|
|2||April Colen||Ajax of Southern California||6|
|Kim Force||Utah Spiders||6|
|4||Myisha Delaney||Ajax of Southern California||5|
|Vanessa Talbot||California Storm||5|
- "WPSL Most Valuable Player, Most Valuable Goalkeeper 2001". Internet Archive Wayback Machine. 2001. Retrieved 20 September 2019.
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