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Photo Gallery: WNT Claims 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship Title

Photos from the U.S. Women's National Team's 6-0 win against Costa Rica to claim the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship title.

WNT Rolls Past Costa Rica 6-0 to Win 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship Crown

CHESTER, Pennsylvania (Oct. 26, 2014) – The U.S. Women’s National Team held nothing back in closing out the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship. FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year nominee Abby Wambach recorded a first-half hat trick and four goals in all, and the USA rolled to a 6-0 victory against Costa Rica in the title match before 11,625 spectators at PPL Park. 

Carli Lloyd added a first-half goal to up her total to five goals in five tournament matches, and Sydney Leroux tallied her first goal of the competition in the second half. 

Wambach recorded the eighth hat trick of her international career, and the all-time goal scoring leader now has 177 goals in 228 matches. With her fourth goal, Wambach broke the U.S. WNT record with her 18th goal in World Cup qualifying matches, surpassing the mark of 17 set by Michelle Akers. 

Wambach scored seven goals in four games at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship to earn the Golden Boot. Lloyd won the Golden Ball as the tournament’s top player; and in addition to her five goals, Lloyd contributed four assists. Hope Solo was the Golden Glove winner, posting four shutouts. 

As a team, the U.S. outscored its opposition 21-0 in the tournament. 

The USA won the CONCACAF Women’s Championship for the fifth time. The WNT previously won the tournament in 1991, 1994, 2002 and 2006. The USA did not participate in the 1998 event because the team was already entered in the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup at the host nation. 

As finalists, the U.S. and Costa Rica had already qualified for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. It will mark the USA’s seventh consecutive appearance in the Women’s World Cup, while Costa Rica is making its first appearance. 

Earlier in the day, Mexico defeated Trinidad & Tobago 4-2 in overtime to win the third-place game and automatic qualification to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Mexico is the 21st team to qualify. 

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Abby Wambach (Morgan Brian), 4th minute: The USA threatened a couple times during this sequence, starting with Megan Rapinoe’s low, driven corner kick from the right side that eventually led to a long-distance shot from Meghan Klingenberg. Klingenberg’s strike was blocked by Costa Rica’s Diana Saenz, but not cleared far enough away as Brian collected on the left side. The USA’s youngest player  crossed to Wambach at the edge of the six-yard box and the all-time goal scoring leader finished with a snapped header. USA 1, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL)

USA – Carli Lloyd (Abby Wambach), 17th minute: Rapinoe’s corner kick from the left side reached Wambach on the right side of the box. Because she was too far from the goal to threaten the net with a shot, Wambach nodded the ball to the edge of the six-yard box toward Lloyd. Lloyd deftly flicked a header inside the left of the frame for her fifth goal in five tournament games. USA 2, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL)

USA – Abby Wambach (Carli Lloyd), 35th minute: Rapinoe played a through ball to Lloyd on the left side of the box. Lloyd eluded Costa Rica’s Carol Sanchez to create some space for a left-footed cross to the six-yard box, and once again Wambach headed the ball into the net. USA 3, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL) 

USA – Abby Wambach (Carli Lloyd), 41st minute: A carbon-copy of Wambach’s goal just six minutes earlier. Again, Rapinoe had the initial set-up pass to Lloyd in the left side of the box. This time, Lloyd turned to her right foot for the cross to Wambach, who headed into the right side of the frame. USA 4, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL) 

USA – Abby Wambach (Sydney Leroux), 71st minute: From midfield, Leroux’s up-field pass split a pair of Costa Rica defenders to Wambach on the right side of the box. Wambach recognized  that Dinnia Diaz was off her line and immediately launched a deft chip over the Costa Rica goalkeeper’s gloves and into the left side of the net. USA 5, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL) 

USA – Sydney Leroux (Tobin Heath), 73rd minute: Meghan Klingenberg left the ball to Heath on the left side of the area, and the second-half sub crossed the ball into the middle of the six-yard box. Leroux, who had hit the frame multiple times in this tournament, finally struck with a header into the back of the net. USA 6, CRC 0 (SEE GOAL) (FINAL) 

Key Saves and Defensive Stops:
CRC – Dinnia Diaz, 12th minute: Midfielder Carli Lloyd, the USA’s most consistent scoring threat throughout the tournament, had an early opportunity when she received the ball in the box with her back to the goal. Lloyd spun counter clockwise to stave off her defender and shot toward the near left side of the frame. Diaz reacted well and got low for the diving save. 

CRC – Lixy Rodriguez, 49th minute: Abby Wambach nearly had another opportunity to add to her first-half hat trick. Morgan Brian played the ball toward the U.S. striker, and Rodriguez made a strong sliding effort in the box to disrupt the pass and prevent Wambach from tallying another goal. 

CRC – Dinnia Diaz, 89th minute: USA second-half sub Heather O’Reilly attacked from the right side and working the ball into position for a close range shot in the box. O’Reilly’s shot was denied by Diaz with a kick save at the near right post. 

USA Leaders at CONCACAF Women’s Championship:

  • Goals: Abby Wambach (7), Carli Lloyd (5), Tobin Heath (2), Christen Press (2), five tied with (1)
  • Assists: Sydney Leroux (4), Carli Lloyd (4), Tobin Heath (2), five tied with (1) 

Milestone Watch:

  • Christie Rampone, the active caps leader in the world, earned her 301st cap. She trails only Kristine Lilly (352 games from 1987-2010) on the all-time list.
  • Abby Wambach and Carli Lloyd each made their 14th appearances in a World Cup qualifying match. They are tied for second place on the USA’s all-time list behind only Lilly (17 games).
  • Wambach’s eighth hat trick ties her for second on the U.S. WNT all-time list with Cindy Parlow (eight hat tricks from 1996-2004). Mia Hamm holds the USA record with 10 hat tricks from 1987-2004.
  • Sydney Leroux scored her 33rd international goal, moving into sole possession of 15th place on the WNT all-time list past Lindsay Tarpley (32 goals from 2003-2011).
  • Goalkeeper Hope Solo, the U.S. WNT’s all-time shutouts leader, upped her record to 77 clean sheets in 159 games. 

Next on the Schedule:
The U.S. WNT will prepare for the four-team International Tournament of Brasilia from Dec. 10-21. The USA opens against China PR (Dec. 10), followed by Brazil (Dec. 14) and Argentina (Dec. 17) in group play. Kickoff times and additional tournament information will be announced at a later date.
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Additional Notes:

  • The USA is now 15-2-3 in 2014.
  • The U.S. WNT moves to 10-0-0 all-time against Costa Rica. The USA has outscored Costa Rica 51-0.
  • U.S. head coach Jill Ellis made three starting lineup changes following the team’s 3-0 semifinal win against Mexico on Friday.
  • The majority of the defense returned to the starting lineup, with Hope Solo in goal, Meghan Klingenberg at left back, Ali Krieger at right back and captain Christie Rampone at center back. Becky Sauerbrunn got the call as the USA’s other center back, making her first start since the team’s 5-0 victory against Guatemala on Oct. 17 in the group stage.
  • The U.S. midfield featured returning starters Carli Lloyd and Lauren Holiday, while college senior Morgan Brian earned her first start of the tournament.
  • In the front of the USA’s 4-3-3 formation, regular starting midfielder Megan Rapinoe was pushed to forward. Christen Press earned her third straight start. Abby Wambach, who came off the bench against Mexico, returned to the starting group.
  • Ellis made all three subs in one block. In the 56th minute, Sydney Leroux and Heather O’Reilly replaced Brian and Press, respectively. In the 57th minute of that substitution trio, Tobin Heath entered for Rapinoe.
  • Lloyd is the only USA player to log the full 450 minutes during this year’s CONCACAF Women’s Championship.
  • Klingenberg, who wowed USA fans with her long-distance strike against Haiti, nearly struck with a second international goal in the 37th minute. However, her 17-yard shot rattled off of the crossbar.
  • The U.S. WNT is now 90-8-13 in the 111 games that Rampone has been the team captain.
  • The U.S. is 15-0-3 under head coach Jill Ellis.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Costa Rica
Date: Oct. 26, 2014
Competition: 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship; Final
Venue: PPL Park; Chester, Pennsylvania
Kickoff: 6:00 p.m. ET
Attendance: 11,625
Weather: 63 degrees, partly cloudy 

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F
USA                            4          2          6
CRC                            0          0          0 

USA – Abby Wambach (Morgan Brian)                     4th minute
USA – Carli Lloyd (Abby Wambach)                         17
USA – Abby Wambach (Carli Lloyd)                         35
USA – Abby Wambach (Carli Lloyd)                         41
USA – Abby Wambach (Sydney Leroux)                  71
USA – Sydney Leroux (Tobin Heath)                        73 

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo; 16-Meghan Klingenberg, 3-Christie Rampone (capt.), 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 11-Ali Krieger; 12-Lauren Holiday, 7-Morgan Brian (2-Sydney Leroux, 56), 10-Carli Lloyd; 14-Christen Press (9-Heather O’Reilly, 56), 20-Abby Wambach, 15-Megan Rapinoe (17-Tobin Heath, 57)
Subs Not Used: 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Whitney Engen, 8-Amy Rodriguez, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Julie Johnston
Head Coach: Jill Ellis 

CRC: 1-Dinnia Diaz; 5-Diana Saenz (9-Carolina Venegas, 46), 6-Carol Sanchez, 8-Daniela Cruz, 10-Shirley Cruz (capt.); 11-Raquel Rodriguez Cedeño, 12-Lixy Rodriguez (2-Gabriela Guillen, 76), 15-Cristin Granados, 16-Katherine Alvarado; 17-Daphnne Herrera, 20-Wendy Patricia Acosta (19-Fabiola Sanchez, 74)
Subs Not Used: 3-Mariane Ugalde, 4-Maríiana Benavidez, 7-Gloriana Villalobos, 13-Noelia Bermudez, 14-Yesmi Rodriguez, 18-Yirlania Arroyo
Head Coach: Avedissian Garabet 

Stats Summary: USA / CRC
Shots: 21 / 2
Shots on Goal: 14 / 0
Saves: 0 / 8
Corner Kicks: 8 / 2
Fouls: 18 / 6
Offside: 1 / 2 

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Megan Rapinoe (caution)       27th minute
USA – Lauren Holiday (caution)         60 

Officials:
Referee: Lucila Venegas (MEX)
Assistant Referee 1: Mayte Chavez (MEX)
Assistant Referee 2: Emperatriz Ayala (SLV)
Fourth Official: Maurees Skeete (GUY) 

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Abby Wambach

WNT vs. Mexico: Highlights - Oct. 24, 2014

The U.S. WNT booked a ticket to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup with 3-0 Victory against Mexico at PPL Park in Chester, Pa.

Photo Gallery: WNT Beats Mexico to Advance to 2015 World Cup

Photos from the U.S. WNT's 3-0 win against Mexico in the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship Semifinal that booked the USA a place in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Selección Femenina de EE.UU. reserva su boleto a la Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2015 con victoria de 3-0 contra México

CHESTER, Pennsylvania (24 de octubre, 2014) -  Una Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos concentrada y agresiva reservó su séptimo viaje consecutivo a la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA con una victoria de 3-0 contra México en las semifinales del Campeonato Femenino CONCACAF 2014 en PPL Park.

Carli Lloyd anotó dos goles en el primer tiempo y Christen Press anotó en el segundo tiempo en lo que Estados Unidos se convirtió en el equipo No. 19 este año en asegurar un puesto en la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015.

Estados Unidos se enfrentará a Costa Rica en la final del Campeonato Femenino CONCACAF 2014 el domingo en PPL Park. El partido inicia a las 6 p.m. ET (FOX Sports 1). Costa Rica derrotó a Trinidad y Tobago 3-0 en tiros penales en el primer partido del viernes para avanzar a la final y clasificar a su primera Copa Mundial de la FIFA.

Estados Unidos buscará su tercer título de la Copa Mundial en Canadá el año que viene. EE.UU. ganó el torneo en 1991 y 1999.

Justo antes de empezar el partido, la defensa y capitana de la Selección Femenina Christie Rampone fue honrada por jugar en su partido No. 300 en su carrera de 16 años. El Presidente de U.S. Soccer Sunil Gulati y el Presidente de la CONCACAF Jeffrey Webb le presentaron regalos comemorativos en reconocimiento del gran logro.

 

Resumen de Goles:

USA - Carli Lloyd (Tobin Heath), minuto 6: A pesar de enfrentar una defensa compacta en los primeros minutos, el movimiento de balón decisivo de EE.UU. fue demasiado para México. Lauren Holiday cambió el punto de ataque de la derecha a la izquierda en donde Heath la controló. Heath trajó el balón a su pie derecho y lo cruzó al borde del área chica, donde se encontraba Lloyd. Sin despegar los pies del césped, Lloyd cabeceó el balón al lado derecho del marco por un lado de la portera Pamela Tajonar para anotar su tercer gol del torneo. USA 1, MEX 0

USA - Carli Lloyd (penal), minuto 30: Tobin Heath consiguió una falta en el lado izquierdo del área contra Christina Murillo de México para conseguir un tiro penal. Lloyd tomó el disparo y lo mandó al lado izquierdo de la red mientras que Pamela Tajonar adivinó al otro lado. Fue el cuarto gol de Lloyd en el torneo. Lloyd ahora lleva tres partidos con más de un gol en lo que va del año. USA 2, MEX 0

USA - Christen Press (Sydney Leroux), minuto 56: Estados Unidos se llevó el balón por el centro con Christie Rampone pasándola para Leroux en el medio campo. El balón de Leroux pasó entre un par de defensas de México y forzó a Pamela Tajonar a dejar su línea. Press llegó primero al balón, lo tocó con la derecha para evadir a Tajonar y lo metió con la zurda para su segundo gol del torneo. USA 3, MEX 0

 

En la Mira:

  • Christie Rampone, jugando en su partido 300, se convirtió en la segunda jugadora de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos en alcanzar ese logro, uniéndose a Kristine Lilly (352 partidos de 1987-2010).

Próximamente:

La Selección Femenina de EE.UU. avanza a la final del Campeonato Femenino CONCACAF 2014 el domingo, 26 de octubre, contra Costa Rica en PPL Park en Chester, Pensilvania. El partido inicia a las 6 p.m. ET.

Información Sobre la Transmisión: FOX Sports 1 y dispositivos multiplataforma por medio de FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer 2GO y FOXSportsGo.com.

Social: Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt; @ussoccer_esp); Facebook; Instagram

 

- Resumen de Juego de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos - 

Encuentro: Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos vs. México

Fecha: 24 de octubre, 2014

Torneo: Campeonato Femenino CONCACAF 2014; Semifinales

Sede: PPL Park; Chester, Pensilvania

Inicio: 7:30 p.m. ET

Asistencia: 8,773

Clima: 68 grados, fresco

 

Resumen de anotaciones:   1          2          F

USA                                        2          1          3

MEX                                        0          0          0

 

USA - Carli Lloyd (Tobin Heath)                     minuto 6

USA - Carli Lloyd (penal)                                30

USA - Christen Press (Sydney Leroux)         56

 

Alineaciones:

USA:  1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 3-Christie Rampone (capt.), 6-Whitney Engen, 16-Meghan Klingenberg; 12-Lauren Holiday (9-Heather O’Reilly, 75), 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe (7-Morgan Brian, 67); 14-Christen Press, 2-Sydney Leroux (20-Abby Wambach, 62), 17-Tobin Heath

Suplentes No Utilizadas: 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 5-Kelley O’Hara, 8-Amy Rodríguez, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Julie Johnston

Directora Técnica: Jill Ellis

 

MEX: 12-Pamela Tajonar (capt.); 2-Arianna Romero, 3-Bianca Sierra, 4-Alina Garcíamendez, 15-Christina Murillo (14-Monica Alvarado, 72); 6-Liliana Mercado, 7-Lydia Nayeli Rangel, 13-Kenti Robles (8-Teresa Noyola, 76); 18-Dinora Garza, 19-Tanya Samarzich, 20-Luz Duarte (10-Sandra Stephany Mayor, 55)

Suplentes No Utilizadas: 1-Cecilia Santiago, 5-Paulina Solís, 11-Monica Ocampo, 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral, 16-Karla Nieto, 17-Verónica Pérez

Director Técnico: Leonardo Cuellar

 

Resumen estadístico: USA / MEX

Tiros: 21 / 1

Tiros al arco: 7 / 0

Atajadas: 0 / 4

Tiros de esquina: 4 / 1

Faltas: 4 / 12

Fueras de lugar: 9 / 1

 

Resumen de penalidades:

Ninguna

 

Árbitros:

Árbitro: Sheena Dickson (CAN)

Árbitro Asistente 1: Marie-Josee Charboneau (CAN)

Árbitro Asistente 2: Kimberly Moreira (CRC)

Cuarto Oficial: Maurees Skeete (GUY)

 

Jugadora del Partido Budweiser: Carli Lloyd


One of the USA's best and most crafty dribblers, she has taken on a greater role in 2012 as both a starter and a key sub in the midfield. Heath scored two goals in two starts during CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying in Vancouver, Canada, finding the net during the 14-0 rout of the Dominican Republic on Jan. 20, 2012. She also tallied the game-winner during the USA's 3-0 victory against Costa Rica on Jan. 27 to clinch a spot in the 2012 London Olympics.

One of the USA’s most skillful players and dynamic dribblers, she has been a member of the last three world championship squads … 2012: Had her best year yet for the U.S. WNT, playing in 26 matches and starting 16, both career highs … Scored four goals with seven assists, also career highs for a year … Played in all six games at the 2012 Olympics, starting four, while winner her second gold medal … Had three assists in the Olympics, one against France on Alex Morgan’s second goal, one against Colombia on Abby Wambach’s goal and one to Sydney Leroux against New Zealand … Played in two matches at the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament, both starts, and scored two goals … Also scored against Sweden and Germany during the year …  2011: Had a quality “rebound” year after not seeing any National Team action 2010, playing in 15 games with two starts … Scored one goal with two assists, with her lone score coming in the final game of the year, a 1-1 draw with Sweden … Played in four matches off the bench at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, including the quarterfinal, semifinal and final in what was her first World Cup at the senior level … 2010: Did not play for the USA as she recovered from illness and a major ankle injury suffered early in the WPS season that eventually required surgery … 2009: Was named the 2009 U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year … Played in two matches for the USA, both against Canada in July … 2008: Made her first WNT roster and debuted at the Four Nations Tournament in China … Nutmegged a Finland player on her first touches in her first cap … As the youngest player (20) on the 2008 Olympic gold medal team, she saw action in three games off the bench … Earned her first 17 caps for the USA in 2008 and scored two goals, including her first, which came against China at the Algarve Cup … 2007: Trained with the Women’s National Team in January for the first time … Youth National Teams: Played for the U.S. U-23 Women’s National Team in 2009 … Started for the silver medal-winning U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team at the Pan-American Games in Rio de Janeiro in the summer of 2007 … Was one of the standout players for the USA at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Russia, where she played in three matches … One of five players to make the World Cup roster without participating in CONCACAF Qualifying … The third youngest player on the World Cup roster … Played in 24 matches for the U-20s in 2006, scoring five goals including two in international matches … Scored her first international goal at the U-20 level against Canada in April in Brazil … Trained with the U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team for the first time in March of 2006 … Made a late run to make the World Cup roster after an excellent performance at the Ricardo Teixeira Cup in Brazil in April … Finished her U-20 international career with 14 caps and two goals … Also saw time in U.S. Under-21 Women’s National Team in 2006 during a trip to Holland in April … Played with the U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team in 2004 and 2005 and the U.S. U-16 Girls’ National Team in 2003 and 2004 … Participated in the U-14 Girls’ National Team Identification Camp … First Appearance: Jan. 18, 2008, vs. Finland … First goal: March 5, 2008, vs. China.

2013: Allocated to the Portland Thorns for the inaugural NWSL season … 2012: Played briefly with the New York Fury in the WPSL … Signed with Paris Saint-German in the French First Division for the second half of the 2012-2013 season … 2011: Played 571 minutes in 12 matches for Sky Blue FC, starting three, and had one assist … 2010: The No. 1 pick in the 2010 WPS Draft by the expansion Atlanta Beat … Played in just three matches for the Beat before suffering a season-ending ankle injury … Traded to her home state Sky Blue FC on Dec. 10 along with Eniola Aluko and Angie Kerr in exchange for Sky Blue FC’s pair of first-round picks in the 2011 WPS Draft and future considerations … Youth: Helped the PDA Wildcats win one club national championship, in 2003 as U-14s, and into two other club national championship tournaments … Helped the PDA Wildcats to the U-17 club National Championship game in 2005.

Full name is Tobin Powell Heath … Nickname is “Tobs” … Enjoys playing any sport, hanging out with the family and spending time outdoors … Also a talented tennis player … Loves the beach and the water and was voted to have the “Best Tan” by her U-20 WNT teammates … An avid reader of ussoccer.com ... Is learning how to surf … Loves a good hamburger, as well as waffles and mango … Skateboarded around campus and to class at UNC … Enjoys all the traveling that an international player gets to do but also gets homesick … Featured in three much-viewed ussoccer.com videos: “Ball Trick Battle” with Casey Nogueira when both were U-20s in 2006, “Tobin Heath: WALKABOUT” in 2008, which won ussoccer.com’s Best Video of the Year and “Trick Shot Battle” with Yael Averbuch in 2011, that has more than 185,000 YouTube views.

As a senior at North Carolina, she scored five goals with 10 assists for the Tar Heels, who compiled a record of 23-3-1 and pulled out 1-0 victories in both the NCAA semifinal and championship game … Was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team … Finished her UNC career with 19 goals and 32 assists … Was a major factor in leading UNC to its second straight NCAA title (and three in four years) and fourth straight Atlantic Coast Conference title … Heath was named First-Team All-ACC and was a First-Team NSCAA All-American, her third selection for each … Was also the first runner-up for the MAC Hermann Trophy, given to college soccer’s top player … Also named a First-Team Soccer America MVP … As a junior for the Tar Heels, she scored eight goals with eight assists while starting 25 of the 26 matches in which she played, helping UNC to a 25-1-2 record and the NCAA title … She missed UNC’s first match of the year while at the Olympics … Named Second-Team All-American and First-Team All-ACC … As a sophomore, she started 21 of the 23 games she played, scoring two goals with five assists … A First-Team NSCAA All-American and First-Team All-ACC pick, she was also named a Soccer America MVP … A consensus freshman All-America on UNC’s 2006 national championship team, she was named an NSCAA Second Team All-American and Second-Team All-ACC as well ... Started 22 of the 23 games she played for the Tar Heels at the left midfield spot, scoring four goals with nine assists  … Missed the first five games of the season playing with the U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team at the World Cup in Russia ... Made her Tar Heel debut against Washington on Sept. 8 and then started the final 22 games of the season … An Academic All-ACC Team selection ... Named to All-Tournament Team at 2006 NCAA College Cup … High School: Committed to attend UNC heading into her junior year of high school … A Parade All-American as a freshman, sophomore and junior at Ridge High School ... The New Jersey Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior … Did not play high school soccer her senior year, opting instead to train with boys … Led Ridge High School to one state championship … Was an NSCAA All-American as a sophomore and junior … Named the Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year ... Named to the Newark Star Ledger’s First-Team All-State and the paper’s New Jersey Player of the Year.

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