U.S. Soccer

WNT Downs Brazil 3-1 in Front of Record-Crowd in Orlando as Holiday, Chalupny Play Final International Game

ORLANDO (Oct. 25, 2015) – The World Cup Champion U.S. Women’s National Team continued its Victory Tour with a  3-1 victory against Brazil at the Orlando Citrus Bowl in front of 32, 869 fans, the largest stand-alone crowd to watch the USA friendly in the state of Florida.

Defender Lori Chalupny and midfielder Lauren Holiday played in their final match for the USWNT and were honored before the game. Both are World Cup and Olympic champions and retire as two of the most successful players to put on the USA jersey, earning 106 and 133 caps, respectively.

It was a fast-paced, end-to-end match that saw Brazil control the play for significant parts of the game, but the Americans finished their chances to defeat Brazil for the first time in the last four meetings (one loss, two ties and a win). Both teams created early chances, but unlike their last meeting four days ago – a 1-1 tie in Seattle - it was the United States that got on the scoreboard first. In the ninth minute, Alex Morgan received a perfect through pass from Tobin Heath on the left side, ran past the defense, rounded the goalkeeper and slotted it home.

Nearing the end of the first half regulation time, Brazil got its equalizer when Cristiane received a nice slip pass from Marta in the right side of the penalty box. She cut back inside to beat a defender and hit a powerful left-footed shot from just inside the penalty box that flew straight to the left corner.

The USA mounted an immediate response and went ahead three minutes later when a point-blank header from Lindsey Horan was blocked by Brazil goalkeeper Luciana but rebounded to Crystal Dunn, finished through traffic with her right foot to regain the lead just before halftime.

Stephanie McCaffrey, who was making her USWNT debut, added another score in the fourth minute of second-half stoppage, volleying home a perfect Megan Rapinoe cross from the left side for the final score line. Hope Solo was once again solid in goal for the USA, making two saves while dominating the penalty box against a talented Brazilian attack.

With the win, the WNT extended its unbeaten home streak to 102 games (89-0-13). The last loss at home came to Denmark on Nov. 6, 2004, in Philadelphia.

The USWNT will resume its Victory Tour in December when it takes on Trinidad & Tobago on Dec. 6 in Hawaii and on Dec. 10 in San Antonio, Texas. The team will then face China PR in Glendale, Arizona on Dec. 13 and again in New Orleans on Dec. 16.  

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Alex Morgan (Tobin Heath), 9th minute.
Tobin Heath found some space down the left sideline and timed her pass perfectly to Alex Morgan, who made a precisely timed run to beat the Brazil back line. Morgan outran her defenders and then beat Brazil goalkeeper Luciana to the left before rolling the ball into and open net for her 55th career goal. USA 1, BRA 0. (SEE GOAL)

BRA – Cristiane (Marta), 45th minute: Marta found Cristiane with a nice slip pass into the box on the left side and Cristiane did the rest, cutting back to lose a U.S. defender before ripping a left-footed shot into the left corner. USA 1, BRA 1.

USA – Crystal Dunn (Lindsey Horan), 45+3: After Brazil had found the equalizer right before the 45-minute mark the USA answered back three minutes into stoppage as Meghan Klingenberg crossed a ball to the far post where Lindsey Horan headed it on goal. Luciana was able to block the point-blank attempt, but it rebounded back Crystal Dunn who finished with a right-footed strike from close range. USA 2, BRA 1. (SEE GOAL)

USA – Stephanie McCaffrey (Megan Rapinoe), 90+4: Just before the final whistle blew as the USA was killing off the game, Megan Rapinoe worked her way free on the left flank and crossed it to Stephanie McCaffrey who was able to re-direct the ball into the net at the back post to make it 3-1. It was McCaffrey’s first career goal on her debut with the USWNT. USA 3, BRA 1, FINAL. (SEE GOAL)

Key Saves and Defensive Stops:
USA – Becky Sauerbrunn, 24th minute:
Brazil’s counterattacked down the left side and crossed to the far post where Cristiane had an open shot from close range, but somehow Becky Sauerbrunn recovered to clear the ball away just inches from it crossing the line.

Next on the Schedule: The WNT will continue its Victory Tour with the final four games in December, making stops in Hawaii on Dec. 6, and San Antonio, Texas on Dec. 10. The team will then face Trinidad & Tobago in Glendale, Arizona on Dec. 13, and New Orleans on Dec. 16 to face China PR.
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Milestone Watch:

  • Lauren Holiday, who left the game in the 56th minute to a rousing ovation and was replaced by Carli Lloyd, ends her career with 133 caps and 24 goals.
  • Lori Chalupny, who left the game in the 21st minute to a rousing ovation and was replaced by Meghan Klingenberg, ends her career with 106 caps and 10 goals.
  • Holiday started the game wearing the captain’s armband.
  • Forward Stephanie McCaffrey and defender Gina Lewandowski earned their first caps as substitutes. McCaffrey came on at halftime for Tobin Heath. The 30-year-old Lewandowski came on in the 74th minute for Ali Krieger, a teammate on FFC Frankfurt when they won the UEFA Champions League in 2008.
  • With her goal against Brazil, McCaffrey became the 18th USWNT player to score in her first cap. The last player to do it was Christen Press on Feb. 9, 2013, against Scotland.
  • University of Virginia senior Emily Sonnett started in her first cap and played the entire 90 minutes next to Becky Sauerbrunn.
  • Lindsey Horan got her first start for the USA and earned her fourth cap.
  • With the win the USA’s all-time record against Brazil improved to 26-3-5.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Brazil
Date: Oct. 25, 2015
Competition: International Friendly; Victory Tour
Venue: Orlando Citrus Bowl; Orlando, Florida
Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET
Attendance: 32,869
Weather: 80 degrees; sunny

Scoring Summary:       1          2          F
USA                               2          1          3
BRA                               1          0          1

USA – Alex Morgan (Tobin Heath)                                  9th minute
BRA – Cristiane (Marta)                                                   45
USA – Crystal Dunn (Lindsey Horan)                              45+3
USA – Stephanie McCaffrey (Megan Rapinoe)                94

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger (30-Gina Lewandowski, 74), 27-Emily Sonnett, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 16-Lori Chalupny (22-Meghan Klingenberg, 21); 25-Crystal Dunn (15-Megan Rapinoe, 60), 12-Lauren Holiday (capt.) (10-Carli Lloyd, 56), 14-Morgan Brian, 17-Tobin Heath (28-Stephanie McCaffrey, 46); 31-Lindsey Horan (8-Amy Rodriguez, 80), 13-Alex Morgan
Subs Not Used: 2-Sydney Leroux, 3-Christie Rampone, 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Julie Johnston, 20-Abby Wambach, 21-Alyssa Naeher, 23-Christen Press, 29-Samantha Mewis
Head coach: Jill Ellis

BRA: 1-Luciana; 2-Fabiana, 4-Rafaelle, 5-Andressinha, 6-Tamires (7-Beatriz, 71), 8-Thaisa, 9-Andressa Alves, 10-Marta (capt.), 11-Cristiane, 14-Erika, 20-Formiga (17-Gabi Zanotti, 63)
Subs Not Used: 3-Monica, 12-Andreia, 13-Poliana, 15-Rilany, 16-Rafaela, 18-Bia Vaz, 19-Raquel
Head coach: Oswaldo Alvarez

Stats Summary: USA / BRA
Shots: 8 / 13
Shots on Goal: 5 / 4
Saves:  2 / 2
Corner Kicks: 2 / 6
Fouls: 11 / 5
Offside: 4 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Crystal Dunn (caution)   14th minute
BRA – Cristiane (caution)          37
USA – Lindsey Horan (caution) 66

Officials:
Referee: Margaret Domka (USA)
Assistant Referee 1: Felisha Mariscal (USA)
Assistant Referee 2: Marie-Josée Charbonneau (CAN)
4th Official: Katja Koroleva (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Lauren Holiday

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Brazil
Date: Oct. 25, 2015
Competition: International Friendly; Victory Tour
Venue: Orlando Citrus Bowl; Orlando, Florida
Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET
Attendance: 32,869
Weather: 80 degrees; sunny

Scoring Summary: 1    2    F
USA                       2    1    3
BRA                       1    0    1

USA – Alex Morgan (Tobin Heath) 9th minute
BRA – Cristiane (Marta) 45
USA – Crystal Dunn (Lindsey Horan) 45+3
USA – Stephanie McCaffrey (Megan Rapinoe) 94

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger (30-Gina Lewandowski, 74), 27-Emily Sonnett, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 16-Lori Chalupny (22-Meghan Klingenberg, 21); 25-Crystal Dunn (15-Megan Rapinoe, 60), 12-Lauren Holiday (capt.) (10-Carli Lloyd, 56), 14-Morgan Brian, 17-Tobin Heath (28-Stephanie McCaffrey, 46); 31-Lindsey Horan (8-Amy Rodriguez, 80), 13-Alex Morgan
Subs Not Used: 2-Sydney Leroux, 3-Christie Rampone, 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Julie Johnston, 20-Abby Wambach, 21-Alyssa Naeher, 23-Christen Press, 29-Samantha Mewis
Head coach: Jill Ellis


BRA: 1-Luciana; 2-Fabiana, 4-Rafaelle, 5-Andressinha, 6-Tamires (7-Beatriz, 71), 8-Thaisa, 9-Andressa Alves, 10-Marta (capt.), 11-Cristiane, 14-Erika, 20-Formiga (17-Gabi Zanotti, 63)
Subs Not Used: 3-Monica, 12-Andreia, 13-Poliana, 15-Rilany, 16-Rafaela, 18-Bia Vaz, 19-Raquel
Head coach: Oswaldo Alvarez


Stats Summary: USA / BRA
Shots: 8 / 13
Shots on Goal: 5 / 4
Saves: 2 / 2
Corner Kicks: 2 / 6
Fouls: 11 / 5
Offside: 4 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Crystal Dunn (caution) 14th minute
BRA – Cristiane (caution) 37
USA – Lindsey Horan (caution) 66

Officials:
Referee: Margaret Domka (USA)
Assistant Referee 1: Felisha Mariscal (USA)
Assistant Referee 2: Marie-Josée Charbonneau (CAN)
4th Official: Katja Koroleva (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Lauren Holiday

U-20 WNT Ties Japan 2-2 to Finish Two-Game Set at U.S. Soccer NTC

CARSON, Calif. (May 24, 2017) – Both teams scored a goal in each half as the U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team tied the Japan Under-20 Women’s National Team 2-2 in the second of two matches between the countries at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center.

Japan defeated the USA 2-1 on May 22, scoring in the last minute of second half stoppage time.

For the second game in a row, Japan scored early, this time tallying in the 6th minute as Fuka Kono found some space the left flank, cut inside and hit a right-footed grass cutter that snuck just inside the post.

The USA tied the game in the 25th minute, when Abigail Kim got around her defender on the right flank and sent a cross into the middle that Adrienne Richardson tapped into the net for her first international goal at the U-20 level.

The USA took the lead just a few minutes into the second half. This time Richardson played provider, sending a diagonal ball to Sophia Smith, who dribbled at the net and scored her fifth U-20 goal. She scored her first four during a tournament in La Manga, Spain last March.

Japan equalized in the 62nd minute off a turnover in midfield that led to a 2-on-1 scenario, and Asato Miyagawa finished past U.S. goalkeeper Laurel Ivory for the final score line.

 - U.S. Under-20 Women's National Team Match Report -

Match: U.S. Under-20 WNT vs. Japan Under-20 WNT
Date: May 24, 2017  
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Glenn “Mooch” Myernick Field; StubHub Center; Carson, Calif.
Weather: 70 degrees; sunny, windy

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F
USA                             1          1          2
JPN                             1          1          2

JPN – Fuka Kono                                                                   6th minute
USA – Adrienne Richardson (Abigail Kim)                              25
USA – Sophia Smith (Adrienne Richardson)                          49
JPN – Asato Miyagawa                                                          62

Lineups:
USA: 12-Laurel Ivory; 14-Isabel Rodriguez (3-Julie Doyle, 63), 4-Tierna Davidson, 21-Naomi Girma (18-Karina Rodriguez, 46), 2-Emily Fox (capt.) (15-Tara McKeown, 33), 19-Adrienne Richardson (10-Viviana Villacorta, 72), 6-Jaelin Howell, 17-Brianna Pinto (8-Savannah DeMelo, 46); 7-Sophia Smith (9-Belle Briede, 63), 16-Civana Kuhlmann (13-Kelsey Turnbow, 63), 11-Abigail Kim (20-Amirah Ali, 72)
Subs not used: 1-Brooke Heinsohn, 5-Sydney Dawson, 22-Amanda McGlynn, 22-Amanda Dennis, 23-Mireya Grey, 24-Taylor Kornieck
Head Coach: Jitka Klimkova

JPN: 21-Mai Fukkuta; 2-Riko Ushijima (7-Mizuka Sato, 59), 13-Hana Takahashi, 12-Reina Nagashima, 23-Miyu Tomit (4-Moeka Minami, 32), 19-Nagisa Sato, 17-Sari Suzuki (5-Asato Miyagawa, 42), 14-Honoka Yonei (22-Mayu Karahashi, 32); 16-Yurina Imai, 6-Mami Muraoka (8-Rina Mehara, 48), 11-Fuka Kono
Subs not used: 1-Aguri Suzuki, 3-Miyu Takahira, 9-Hinata Miyazawa,10-Fuka Nagano, 15-Nana Ono, 18-Hannah Stambough, 20-Niina Yamada
Head Coach: Futoshi Ikeda

Statistical Summary: USA / JPN
Shots: 6 / 10
Shots on Goal: 3 / 8
Saves: 6 / 1
Corner Kicks: 2 / 4
Fouls: 9 / 3
Offside: 1 / 6

Misconduct Summary: 
None

Officials:
Referee: Jamie Padilla (USA)
Asst. Referee 1: Karen De Leon (USA)
Asst. Referee 2: Alexis Farmer (USA)

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U-20 WNT May 25, 2017

Ellis Convoca a 21 Jugadoras para Partidos en Suecia y Noruega

CHICAGO (25 mayo, 2017) – La directora técnica de Estados Unidos Jill Ellis convocó a 21 jugadoras para el viaje a Escandinavia que incluye un partido contra Suecia el 8 de junio en Gamla Ullevi Stadium en Gothenburg (1:30 p.m. ET en ESPN2 y UDN) y contra Noruega el 11 de junio en Komplett Arena en Sandefjord (1 p.m. ET en FOX), ubicado en la costa sureste a unas 75 millas al sur de Oslo. Ellis nombrará una nómina de 18 jugadoras para cada partido.

VIEJOS CONOCIDOS
El partido contra Suecia será el primer encuentro entre los dos equipos desde los cuartos de final de los Juegos Olímpicos 2016 en un partido que vio a Suecia avanzar en tiros penales después de un empate de 1-1 en tiempo reglamentario y tiempos extra. Gamla Ullevi alberga a más de 18,000 aficionados y es considerado el estadio nacional de la Selección Femenina de Suecia.

El partido contra Noruega marcará el 50vo encuentro entre las históricas rivales quienes combinaron para ganar los primeros cinco campeonatos femeninos de la FIFA. Komplett Arena tiene una capacidad de 6,500 espectadores.

DIJO ELLIS
"He disfrutado ver los partidos de la liga, pero será magnífico reunir a las jugadoras," dijo Ellis. "Será un viaje corto contra dos equipos muy buenos en su última etapa de preparación para la Euro Copa, así que me emociona ver como respondemos a estos dos rivales de calidad."

USA vs. SUECIA
Estados Unidos ha jugado contra Suecia 37 veces desde 1987 y tiene un registro de 20-6-11 contra las suecas. Solamente RP China (13 empates) ha empatado contra EE.UU. la misma cantidad de veces que Suecia. En los últimos 12 partidos contra Suecia desde 2010, EE.UU. tiene un registro de 4-3-5, haciendo de la rivalidad una de las más competitivas.

USA vs. NORUEGA
Estados Unidos ha jugado contra Noruega en 49 ocasiones – datando desde 1987 – más que ningún otro rival además de Canadá y RP China. EE.UU. tiene un registro de 28-19-2 contra Noruega. Las 19 victorias para Noruega son la mayor cantidad para un rival de EE.UU.; sin embargo, la U.S. WNT tiene una racha de cinco partidos sin perder contra Noruega. La victoria más reciente para Noruega fue en el primer partido de los Juegos Olímpicos 2008, una victoria de 2-0 en Qinhuangdao, China.

AMISTOSOS EN EUROPA
Estos serán los primeros partidos amistosos en Europa para EE.UU. desde febrero del 2015 (EE.UU. ganó la Copa Algarve en marzo de ese año en Portugal), cuando enfrentó a Francia el Lorient (una derrota de 2-0) y a Inglaterra en Milton Keynes (una victoria de 1-0). Anteriormente, EE.UU. había jugado partidos amistosos en Europa contra Alemania (un empate de 3-3) y Países Bajos (una victoria de 3-1) en abril del 2013. La Selección Femenina de EE.UU. hizo una gira similar en el verano del 2008, pero jugó primero contra Noruega, una victoria de 4-0 en Fredrikstad, antes de ir a Skelleftea para la victoria de 1-0.

Nómina de la Selección Femenina de EE.UU. Por Posición - Gira de Escandinavia 2017
ARQUERAS (2): Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars), Abby Smith (Boston Breakers)
DEFENSAS (7): Abby Dahlkemper (NC Courage), Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars), Jaelene Hinkle (NC Courage), Meghan Klingenberg (Portland Thorns FC), Kelley O’Hara (Sky Blue FC), Becky Sauerbrunn (FC Kansas City), Casey Short (Chicago Red Stars)
MEDIOCAMPISTAS (7): Morgan Brian (Houston Dash), Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC), Rose Lavelle (Boston Breakers), Carli Lloyd (Houston Dash/Manchester City), Allie Long (Portland Thorns FC), Samantha Mewis (NC Courage), Megan Rapinoe (Seattle Reign FC)
DELANTERAS (5): Crystal Dunn (Chelsea FC), Sydney Leroux (FC Kansas City), Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride/Olympique Lyonnais), Christen Press (Chicago Red Stars), Mallory Pugh (Washington Spirit)

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Espanol May 25, 2017

GALLERY: Jill Ellis Calls 21 Players for WNT June Friendlies in Scandinavia

Photos of the 21 U.S. Women's National Team players called to travel to Scandinavia for matches against Sweden on June 8 at Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg (1:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and UDN) and against Norway on June 11 at Komplett Arena in Sandefjord (1 p.m. ET on FOX), which is located on the southeast coast about 75 miles south of Oslo. Head coach Jill Ellis will name 18 players to the game day roster for each of the matches.

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WNT May 25, 2017

Ellis Ready for Top Competition in Adverse Conditions

In two weeks, the U.S. Women’s National Team will come together for the first time since early April when its two-game tour of Scandinavia gets underway. The USA will square off against two of the best teams in the world when it takes on Sweden on June 8 in Gothenburg and Norway on June 11 in Sandefjord. Today, U.S. head coach Jill Ellis named 21 players for the trip.

In the last six weeks, Ellis has had time to evaluate and observe players both home and abroad and has brought together a group that is performing well and ready to take on the test of playing overseas.

“These are going to be some really good games that will challenge us this year,” Ellis said. “Our goal is to continuously play top-10 teams and the games against Sweden and Norway are just that. It’ll be exciting to see what we face on the road, and for some players this will be their first time going to Europe or going on the road in tough conditions. It will be different but it’s important, and it’s just what we need to face to get better.”

The domestically-based WNT players have all been with their clubs since the start of the NWSL season. The league will enter the seventh of its 20-week schedule this weekend and a few players have already stood out for Ellis, including Samantha Mewis, who has played every minute of every game for North Carolina so far while adding a goal, and Rose Lavelle, who has added an assist and scored two goals while starting every game in her rookie NWSL season.

“Right now, I’m really happy with our young players in the league. Sam [Mewis] and Rose [Lavelle] are looking good. They have scored goals and are playing well. Mallory [Pugh] has obviously just made her NWSL debut which is exciting. Seeing these young players compete every weekend is crucial and now to take them into a hostile environment, it will be invaluable.”

The last time the U.S. women played a pair of friendlies abroad was in 2015 when they faced France (a 2-0 loss) on Feb. 8 in Lorient and England (a 1-0 win) on Feb. 13. Of the 21 players named to Ellis’ roster for this year’s games, 10 were part of the roster for the 2015 matches. Those not part of the squad were Samantha Mewis, Lindsey Horan, Mallory Pugh, Abby Dahlkemper, Casey Short, Megan Rapinoe, Rose Lavelle, Abby Smith, Allie Long and Jaelene Hinkle. For Dahlkemper, Short, Lavelle, Smith and Hinkle, this will be their first trip abroad with the senior WNT.

Returning to the roster for the Europe friendlies is Leroux, who was last in with the team in January Camp of 2016 but then missed the entire year due to pregnancy and the birth of her son. She has been back on the field as a starter for FC Kansas City since Week 1 of the 2017 NWSL season. Leroux has 75 caps with the WNT and 35 goals.

Also, back for the first time since 2016 are North Carolina Courage teammates Abby Dahlkemper and Jaelene Hinkle. Dahlkemper and Hinkle have helped the Courage to a 4-2-0 record so far this season, allowing only one goal through the first four weeks of the year. The only other newcomer is Boston Breakers goalkeeper Abby Smith who erns her first call-up to the National Team. Smith currently ranks fifth in the NWSL with 22 saves, helping Boston to a 2-2-2 record.

The U.S. will face Sweden on June 8 (1:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 & UDN), followed by Norway on June 11 (1 p.m. ET on FOX).

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WNT May 25, 2017

Ellis Names 21-Player Roster for Matches in Sweden and Norway

CHICAGO (May 25, 2017) – U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Jill Ellis has named 21 players to travel to Scandinavia for matches against Sweden on June 8 at Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg (1:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and UDN) and against Norway on June 11 at Komplett Arena in Sandefjord (1 p.m. ET on FOX), which is located on the southeast coast about 75 miles south of Oslo. Ellis will name 18 players to the game day roster for each of the matches.

OLD RIVALS
The match against Sweden will mark the first meeting between the teams since the quarterfinal of the 2016 Olympics, which saw Sweden triumph in a penalty kick shootout after a 1-1 tie through regulation and overtime. Gamla Ullevi seats just over 18,000 fans and is known as the national stadium for the Sweden Women’s National Team. 

The match against Norway will be the 50th meeting between the historic rivals who combined to win the first five FIFA world championships for women. Komplett Arena seats about 6,500 fans.

SAID ELLIS:
"I have enjoyed watching the league games, but it will be great to get the players back together," Ellis said. "This will be a quick trip against two very good teams in final preparations for the Euros, so I'm looking forward to seeing how we respond to these two quality opponents." 

U.S. Women’s National Team Roster by Position – Scandinavia Tour 2017
GOALKEEPERS (2): Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars), Abby Smith (Boston Breakers)

DEFENDERS (7): Abby Dahlkemper (NC Courage), Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars), Jaelene Hinkle (NC Courage), Meghan Klingenberg (Portland Thorns FC), Kelley O’Hara (Sky Blue FC), Becky Sauerbrunn (FC Kansas City), Casey Short (Chicago Red Stars)

MIDFIELDERS (7): Morgan Brian (Houston Dash), Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC), Rose Lavelle (Boston Breakers), Carli Lloyd (Houston Dash/Manchester City), Allie Long (Portland Thorns FC), Samantha Mewis (NC Courage), Megan Rapinoe (Seattle Reign FC)

FORWARDS (5): Crystal Dunn (Chelsea FC), Sydney Leroux (FC Kansas City), Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride/Olympique Lyonnais), Christen Press (Chicago Red Stars), Mallory Pugh (Washington Spirit) 

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WNT May 25, 2017
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