U.S. Soccer

U.S. WNT Defeats Mexico 4-0 in Final Tune-Up for CONCACAF Women's Championship

Amy Rodriguez, Megan Rapinoe, Tobin Heath and Alex Morgan Tally Goals;
USA Eyes 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship Starting Oct. 15 vs. Trinidad & Tobago at Sporting Park in Kansas City

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WNT Sep 18, 2014

-U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report- 

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Mexico
Date: Sept. 18, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Sahlen’s Stadium; Rochester, New York
Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET
Attendance: 5,680
Weather: 54 degrees, partly cloudy 

Scoring Summary:       1      2      F
USA                                 3      1      4
MEX                                0      0      0 

USA – Amy Rodriguez (Megan Rapinoe)                          9th minute
USA – Megan Rapinoe                                                        37
USA – Tobin Heath (Amy Rodriguez)                                44
USA – Alex Morgan (Heather O’Reilly)                            79 

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo (capt.); 5-Kelley O’Hara, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 3-Christie Rampone, 25-Meghan Klingenberg (19-Crystal Dunn, 61); 12-Lauren Holiday (16-Julie Johnston, 46), 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe (20-Abby Wambach, 46); 2-Sydney Leroux (23-Christen Press, 67), 8-Amy Rodriguez (13-Alex Morgan, 46), 17-Tobin Heath (9-Heather O’Reilly, 46)
Substitutions Not Used: 24-Ashlyn Harris
Head Coach: Jill Ellis 

MEX: 1-Cecilia Santiago; 2-Arianna Romero, 3-Monica Alvarado, 5-Paulina Solis, 13-Bianca Sierra; 6-Liliana Mercado (11-Kenti Robles, 57), 7-Nayeli Rangel, 10-Stephany Mayor, 17-Veronica Perez (capt.) (14-Christina Murillo, 90+2); 9-Tanya Samarzich (8-Teresa Noyola, 67), 20-Charlyn Corral (19-Luz Duarte, 87)
Substitutions Not Used: 12-Brissa Rangel, 15-Guadalupe Cruzaley, 16-Jazmine Ponce, 18-Jackie Acevedo, 21-Lizbeth Angeles
Head coach: Leonardo Cuellar 

Stats Summary: USA / MEX
Shots:  16 / 4
Shots on Goal: 7 / 1
Saves: 1 / 3
Corner Kicks: 8 / 1
Fouls: 16 / 14
Offside: 3 / 2 

Misconduct Summary:
MEX – Stephany Mayor (caution)                     72nd minute 

Officials:
Referee: Marie-Soleil Beauboin (CAN)
Assistant Referee 1: Marie Charbonneau (CAN)
Assistant Referee 2: Suzanne Morisset (CAN)
Fourth Official: Michelle Pye (CAN) 

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Carli Lloyd

MNT Captain Michael Bradley Raises $5,655.55 in Auction of Rainbow Armband and Jersey; Pledges to Make Matching Donation

CHICAGO (July 1, 2016) - U.S. Men’s National Team captain Michael Bradley has raised $5,655.55 after donating the unique rainbow captain’s armband and his game jersey worn during the USA’s 2-1 win against Ecuador to an online charity auction. Bradley will also match the winning bid and donate to the funds.

Proceeds from the online auction will benefit the OneOrlando Fund and Equality Florida, two organizations providing financial resources to victims and families impacted by the Pulse nightclub mass shooting earlier this month.

The purpose of the OneOrlando Fund is to provide a way to help respond to the needs of our community after the Pulse tragedy.

Equality Florida consists of two organizations; Equality Florida Institute, Inc., a 501(c)(3) educational charity and Equality Florida Action, Inc., our 501(c)(4) advocacy organization. Together, these organizations form the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

For more information, or to contribute to the OneOrlando Fund, please visit OneOrlando.org or www.gofundme.com/PulseVictimsFun. Details on Equality Florida can be found here.

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MNT Jul 1, 2016

U-14 GNT Heads to Colorado for 36-Player Camp

CHICAGO (July 1, 2016) -- U.S. Under-14 Girls’ National Team head coach April Kater has called up 36 players for the second training camp of the year for this age group. The camp will run from July 9-16 in Ft. Collins, Colorado.

The majority of the players on the roster were born in 2002, with eight born in 2003 and one in 2004. The U.S U-14 GNT did not have programming last year as players born in odd years start with two years in the U-15 Girls’ National Team program.

For this cycle, with the majority of players born in an even year, which are the age-cut-off years for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, the players follow the path of one year as U-14s and then move to the Under-16 GNT (2 years), Under-18 WNT (2 years) and Under-20 WNT (2 years). These players are on a path that for some may lead to the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

U.S. U-14 Girls’ National Team Roster by Position:

GOALKEEPERS (4): Ryan Campbell (So Cal Blues; Dana Point, Calif.), Mia Justus (PDA; North Brunswick, N.J.), Lauren Kellett (Dallas Sting; Coppell, Texas), Stephanie Sparkowski (East Meadow SC; East Meadow, N.Y.)
DEFENDERS (10):
Sydney Bloch (Beach FC; Redondo Beach, Calif.), Baleigh Bruster (Tophat SC; Smyrna, Ga.), Kayla Colbert (Arsenal FC; Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.), Kylie Daigle (Penn Fusion; Millville, N.J.), Talia DellaPeruta (Tophat SC; Cumming, Ga.), Samar Guidry (FC Dallas; McKinney, Texas), Olivia Migli (FC Virginia; Haymarket, Va.), Emily Royson (PDA; Toms River, N.J.), Faith Slimmer (South Jersey Elite; Mauricetown, N.J.), Dasia Torbert (Tophat SC; Dacula, Ga.)
MIDFIELDERS (13):
Abby Allen (Lonestar SC; Austin, Texas), Erin Carleton (Concorde Fire; Powder Springs, Ga.), Leah Chancey (Solar Chelsea; Ovilla, Texas), Devi Dudley (Utah Celtic FC; American Fork, Utah), Emma Egizii (Beach FC; Downey, Calif.), Jillian Martinez (Lonestar SC; San Antonio, Texas), Jaiden McClellan (Crossfire United Oregon; Wilsonville, Ore.), Alexis Missimo (Solar Chelsea; Southlake, Texas), Avery Patterson (Florida Elite Soccer Academy; Jacksonville, Fla.), Michaela Rosenbaum (Santa Rosa United; Rohnert Park, Calif.), Bella Sember (East Meadow SC; Centerport, N.Y.), Allyson Sentnor (South Shore Select; Hanson, Mass.), Grace Watkins (Slammers FC; Manhattan Beach, Calif.)
FORWARDS (9):
Kailyn Dudukovich (Cincinnati United; West Chester, Ohio), Brooklyn Harris (Cincinnati United; New Albany, Ohio), Amelia Horton (Sporting Blue Valley; Olathe, Kan.), Samantha Kroeger (Matchfit Academy; West Milford, N.J.), Kacey Lawrence (Connecticut FC; Monroe, Conn.), Aryssa Mahrt (FC Wisconsin Eclipse; Wauwatosa, Wisc.), Raigen Powell (Solar Chelsea; Rowlett, Texas), Jillian Shimkin (Albertson SC; Rockville Centre, N.Y.), Reilyn Turner (So Cal Blues; Aliso Viejo, Calif.)

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U-14 NDP Jul 1, 2016

U-18 WNT Will Travel to England for Training Camp and Two Matches

CHICAGO (July 1, 2016) – The U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team will travel to England from July 6-15 for a training camp being held at St. George’s Park, the sprawling official training center for the England Football Association located about 130 miles north of London.

The USA will face the England U-18 WNT twice, on July 12 and July 14, to end the trip.

The USA will be coached by U.S. Soccer Women’s Technical Director April Heinrichs, who has called up 20 players, including 19 youth club players and one collegiate-level player, who were all born in 1998. The goal for this age group is to ultimately qualify for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will be held in France.

U.S. U-18 WNT Roster by Position:

GOALKEEPERS (2): Amanda Dennis (Penn State; Palmetto, Fla.), Brooke Heinsohn (New England FC; Norfolk, Mass.)
DEFENDERS (7):
Julie Doyle (San Diego Surf; Laguna Niguel, Calif.), Samantha Hiatt (Crossfire SC; Newcastle, Wash.), Julie Mackin (Real Colorado; Castle Rock, Colo.), Kaiya McCullough (San Diego Surf; Mission Viejo, Calif.), Taylor Mitchell (Real So Cal; Tarzana, Calif.), Zoe Morse (Michigan Hawks; East Lansing, Mich.), Natalie Winters (Michigan Hawks; Plymouth, Mich.)
MIDFIELDERS (6):
Olivia Athens (PSV Union FC; Atherton, Calif.), Haley Berg (Solar Chelsea; Celina, Texas), Samantha Coffey (New York Soccer Club; Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.), Taylor Kornieck (San Diego Surf; Henderson, Nev.), Shea Moyer (FC Revolution; Wyomissing, Pa.), Nicole Whitley (PDA; Freehold, N.J.)
FORWARDS (5):
Malia Berkely (Michigan Hawks; Liberty Township, Ohio), Sunny Dunphy (San Diego Surf; Carlsbad, Calif.), Cecilia Gee (Lamarinda United; Orinda, Calif.), Kennedy Goins (TSC Hurricane; Broken Arrow, Okla.), Abigail Kim (Pacific NW SC; Vashon, Wash.)

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U-18 WNT Jul 1, 2016

EE.UU. jugará amistoso contra Cuba el 7 de octubre en la Habana

CHICAGO (30 de junio, 2016) - Por primera vez desde 1947, la Selección Masculina de Estados Unidos y Cuba jugarán en un partido amistoso internacional. El histórico encuentro en la Habana se llevará a cabo el 7 de octubre en el Estadio Pedro Marrero. El partido será transmitido en vivo por ESPN y una cadena de Univision. La hora de inicio está aún por determinarse.

Es solamente la segunda visita de EE.UU. a Cuba en los últimos 69 años, al haber ganado 1-0 el 6 de septiembre, 2008, durante la Ronda Semifinal de eliminatoria para la Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2010.

"Estamos absolutamente encantados de tener la oportunidad de llevar a nuestro equipo a Cuba," dijo el director técnico de EE.UU. Jurgen Klinsmann. "Además de buena competencia, siempre estamos buscando que nuestro grupo tenga experiencias diferentes y ésta es una oportunidad única."

Al haber terminado en cuarto lugar de la histórica Copa América Centenario, Estados Unidos continúa con la Ronda Semifinal de la eliminatoria para la Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2018 el 2 de septiembre contra San Vicente y las Granadinas. La Selección Masculina de EE.UU. cierra la fase de grupos el 6 de septiembre cuando reciben a Trinidad y Tobago. El inicio en EverBank Field en Jacksonville, Florida, está programado para las 8 p.m., y el partido será transmitido en vivo por FS1 y una cadena de Univision.

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Espanol Jun 30, 2016
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