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U.S. U-23 WNT to Open Year in La Manga, Spain, with Three International Matches

CHICAGO (Feb. 21, 2014) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will open its 2014 campaign with a challenging trip to La Manga, Spain, for the Six Nations Tournament running from Feb. 24-March 6. The USA will play three international matches, facing the U-23 sides of Japan (March 1), Sweden (March 3) and Norway (March 5).

U.S. head coach Steven Swanson will bring a 20-player roster to Spain featuring a mix of young pros and top collegiate players. Swanson named nine NWSL players, six that are heading into their rookie season and three that played in the league last year in Meleana Shim (Portland Thorns FC), Jennifer Hoy (Chicago Red Stars) and Erika Tymrak (NWSL Rookie of the Year with FC Kansas City). Tymrak just completed a three-week stint with the senior Women’s National team and currently has three caps and one goal for Tom Sermanni’s team.

The roster includes four first round picks from the 2014 NWSL Draft including No. 2 overall in forward Kealia Ohai (Houston Dash), No. 5 in defender Kassey Kallman (FC Kansas City), No. 6 in forward Maya Hayes (Sky Blue FC) and No. 7 in defender Amanda Frisbie (Seattle Reign FC). Additional draftees include: midfielder Jenna Richmond, who went in the second round at No. 16 overall to FC Kansas City and midfielder Frances Silva who was the first pick of the third round, going No. 19 overall to FC Kansas City.

The roster also includes five members of the U.S. team that won the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan: Ohai (who scored the game-winner in the World Cup Final), Kallman, Hayes, Texas goalkeeper Abby Smith and Stanford forward Chioma Ubogagu.

The remainder of the roster is completed by some of the top collegians in the country, including 2013 MAC Hermann Trophy finalist Abby Dahlkemper of UCLA.

The U.S. U-23 WNT will be followed into La Manga by the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team, which will play international matches there on March 8, 10 and 12.

U.S. U-23 WNT Roster By Position:
Aubrey Bledsoe (Wake Forest; Cincinnati, Ohio), Abby Smith (Texas; Dallas, Texas)
Abby Dahlkemper (UCLA; Menlo Park, Calif.), Amanda Frisbie (Seattle Reign FC; McKinney, Texas), Arin Gilliland (Kentucky; Lexington, Ky.), Jaelene Hinkle (Texas Tech; Castle Rock, Colo.), Kassey Kallman (FC Kansas City; Woodbury, Minn.), Emily Sonnett (Virginia; Marietta, Ga.)
Danielle Colaprico (Virginia; Freehold, N.J.), Caprice Dydasco (UCLA; Honolulu, Hawaii), Jenna Richmond (FC Kansas City; Centreville, Va.), Meleana Shim (Portland Thorns FC; Honolulu, Hawaii), Frances Silva (FC Kansas City; Overland Park, Kan.); Erika Tymrak (FC Kansas City; Bradenton, Fla.)
Shea Groom (Texas A&M; Liberty, Mo.), Maya Hayes (Sky Blue FC; West Orange, N.J.), Jennifer Hoy (Chicago Red Stars; Sellersville, Pa.), Kealia Ohai (Houston Dash; Draper, Utah), Katie Stengel (Wake Forest; West Melbourne, Fla.), Chioma Ubogagu (Stanford; Coppell, Texas)

Happy Valentine's Day from the #USWNT

The U.S. Women's National Team shares their favorite Valentine's Day gifts. Happy Valentine's Day 2014!

U.S. WNT Rolls to 7-0 Victory Against Russia in Boca Raton, Fla.

  • Carli Lloyd and Christen Press Each Score Two Goals
  • Abby Wambach Nets 164th Goal while Heather O’Reilly and Sydney Leroux Add Tallies to Help Extend Unbeaten Streak to 41 Games
  • USA and Russia Will Meet in Second Leg on Feb. 12 at Georgia Dome in Atlanta; Kick-Off at 7:30 p.m. ET on 

BOCA RATON, Fla. (Feb. 8, 2014) – Led by two-goal efforts from midfielder Carli Lloyd and forward Christen Press, the U.S. Women’s National Team defeated Russia 7-0 at FAU Stadium in the first meeting of a two-game set.

Midfielder Heather O’Reilly and forward Sydney Leroux also supplied a goal each and world goal scoring record holder Abby Wambach tallied the 164 th of her career in the second half.

The U.S. WNT extended its unbeaten streak at home to 79 games (69-0-10) and extended its unbeaten streak overall to 41 games (35-0-6), dating back to March of 2012.

The USA and Russia square off again on Wed., Feb. 12, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. ET and will be live on Fans can also follow the U.S. WNT on Twitter @ussoccer_wnt.

The Americans thoroughly controlled the run of play against Russia, dominating possession from the start, and opened the scoring deluge and in the 29th minute.

Lloyd, who missed the USA’s 1-0 victory against Canada on Jan. 31 while serving a red card suspension, beautifully split a pair of Russia defenders on the dribble to give herself a free look at goal. She then blasted her shot past Russia goalkeeper Elvira Todua and into the upper right corner for a 1-0 lead. Lloyd was set up by O’Reilly, who terrorized the right flank before exiting the game for Florida native Erika Tymrak in the 68th minute. The assist was the 48th of O’Reilly’s career, passing Carin Gabarra for sole possession of seventh place all-time.

In the 32nd minute O’Reilly found herself in the right place when cross from the left deflected off of Russia left back Marina Pushkareva and ricocheted to the U.S. midfielder. O’Reilly blasted her shot into the upper right corner for a 2-0 advantage and her 38th career goal.

With O’Reilly’s early dominance, Russia head coach Sergey Lavrentyev was forced to replace left back Elena Medved with Elena Medved after little more than 30 minutes.

The move did nothing to slow the U.S. attack and in the 37th minute Lloyd scored one of her signature blasts from distance. After bringing down a Stephanie Cox pass from the left side with her chest, Lloyd dribbled laterally until she found some space for her world-class right foot. With a strike reminiscent of her game-winner against France at the 2012 Olympics, she drilled her shot into the upper left corner to make it 3-0 lead.

In the second half, the USA picked up right where it left off with Lloyd crossing from the left to found Press, who redirected the ball with her head past Todua in the 51st minute.

Leroux made it 5-0 just three minutes later as she thundered into the penalty area to latch on to a well-weighted slip pass from Lauren Holiday. While fighting off a defender, she lunged for the ball and cut her shot past Todua on the ground and inside left post. Holiday assist was the 27th of her career, passing Brandi Chastain for sole possession of 13th place on the all-time WNT assists list.

Press grabbed her second goal of the match and 10th of her young international career in the 58th minute after a corner kick bounced out to Ali Krieger at the top of the box. The right back’s shot smacked off the chest of the Russian goalkeeper and Press was first to the rebound to tap it home for a 6-0 lead.

U.S. WNT head coach Tom Sermanni replaced Leroux and Press with Amy Rodriguez and Wambach, respectively, in the 60th minute and seven minutes later the fresh forward tandem connected for the final goal. Rodriguez supplied a nifty back heel pass to Wambach on the left side and she finished into the open net for the final margin.

Russia had to play the last 20 minutes or so with 10 players after defender Valentina Orlova took down Rodriguez on a breakaway and was shown a straight red card for being the last defender.

The seven-goal victory was the USA’s most lopsided win since a 7-0 rout of Mexico on Sept. 3, 2013, at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Additional Notes:

  • The U.S. WNT improved to 6-0-1 all-time against Russia.
  • The USA is now 18-4-1 all-time in Florida-based matches.
  • The U.S. WNT moves to 15-0-3 all-time under head coach Tom Sermanni.
  • U.S. captain and center back Christie Rampone returned to the starting lineup (after coming on as a sub against Canada on Jan. 31) to earn her 289th-career cap. Rampone ranks second all-time behind Kristine Lilly (352 appearances from 1987-2010).
  • Christen Press and Sydney Leroux were paired up top, marking just the second time the two have started alongside each other. The other was the USA’s 3-1 victory against the Netherlands on April 9, 2013, as Press scored two of the team’s three goals.
  • Midfielder Megan Rapinoe entered the game for Stephanie Cox in the 74th minute, and Rachel Van Hollebeke (formerly Buehler) replaced Sauerbrunn in the 77th minute, playing her first match under her married name.
  • With O’Reilly and Solo making their 138th-career starts, they have passed Michelle Akers and are tied for 13th on the all-time list.
  • The match marked the third two-goal game of Christen Press’s young international career.
  • It also marked the 17th time the USA has scored exactly seven goals in a match.
  • Stephanie Cox’s assist was the 12th of her career. Krieger’s assist was her fourth.
  • The USA out-shot Russia 32-3 and allowed just one shot on goal as Hope Solo picked up her 69th career shutout, putting her just two shy of tying Briana Scurry for most shutouts in U.S. history.

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Russia
Feb. 8, 2014
International Friendly
FAU Stadium; Boca Raton, Fla.
3:30 p.m. ET
80 degrees, scattered clouds

Scoring Summary:     1          2          F
USA                             3          4          7
RUS                             0          0          0

USA – Carli Lloyd (Heather O’Reilly)               29th  minute
USA – Heather O’Reilly                                               32
USA – Carli Lloyd (Stephanie Cox)                             37
USA – Christen Press (Carli Lloyd)                             51
USA – Sydney Leroux (Lauren Holiday)                    54
USA – Christen Press (Ali Krieger)                             59
USA – Abby Wambach (Amy Rodriguez)                   67

1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn (16-Rachel Van Hollebeke, 80), 3-Christie Rampone (capt.), 14-Stephanie Cox (15-Megan Rapinoe, 74); 9-Heather O’Reilly (17-Erika Tymrak, 68), 10-Carli Lloyd, 12-Lauren Holiday, 19-Kristie Mewis; 23-Christen Press (8-Amy Rodriguez, 60), 2-Sydney Leroux (20-Abby Wambach, 60)
Substitutions Not Used: 6-Whitney Engen, 18-Nicole Barnhart
Head coach: Tom Sermanni

RUS: 1-Elvira Todua; 2-Marina Pushkereva  (18-Elena Medved, 33), 3-Valentina Orlova, 7-Ekaterina Dmitrenko, 19-Ksenia Tsybutovich (capt.); 13-Alla Sidorovskaya, 20-Nelli Korovkina (11-Anna Sinyutina, 90+4), 23-Elena Morozova (14-Anastasiya Chevtchenko, 53), 17-Ekaterina Pantyukhina (9-Alena Andreeva, 88); 10-Elena Terekhova (8-Karina Bliskaya, 75) 16-Elena Kostareva (4-Svetlana Tsidikova, 63)
Substitutions Not Used: 12- Maria Zhamanakova, 15-Ksenia Kovalenko, 21-Alena Beliaeva, 22-Daria Makarenko
Head coach: Sergey Lavrenty

Stats Summary: USA / RUS
Shots: 32 / 3
Shots on Goal: 18 / 1
Saves: 1 / 6
Corner Kicks: 13 / 2
Fouls: 8 / 8
Offside: 3 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
RUS – Valentina Orlova          (sent off)                     68th minute
RUS – Ekaterina Dmitrenko      (caution)                      70


Referee: Marie-Soleil Beaudoin (CAN)
Assistant Referee 1: Marie-Josee Charbonneau (CAN)   
Assistant Referee 2: Suzanne Morisset (CAN)
Fourth Official: Christina Unkel (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Carli Lloyd

Sermanni Names U.S. WNT Roster for Matches Against Canada and Russia

CHICAGO (Jan. 24, 2014) – U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Tom Sermanni has named a roster of 24 players for a three-game, three-week road trip as the USA opens its 2014 schedule.

The USA will play its first match of year on Jan. 31 against Canada at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas (8 p.m. CT on FOX Sports 1). The team then travels to Florida to face Russia on Feb. 8 at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton (3:30 p.m. ET on web stream), followed by a quick trip to Atlanta to play Russia again on Feb. 12 at the Georgia Dome (7:30 p.m. ET on web stream). Sermanni will name 18 players to suit up for each of the matches.

“The players and staff are looking forward to playing matches,” said Sermanni. “We had productive training camps in December and January, but having three games in less than two weeks is a great opportunity for these players to continue to show their growth as individuals and as a team. This is the start of a year in which competition for places becomes much more critical, as does team performance and results.”

All the players named to this roster participated in the USA’s early January camp at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif. With the exceptions of forward Alex Morgan and midfielder Tobin Heath, both of whom are still recovering from injuries, the USA will bring its full complement of regulars into these first matches of the year.

The roster includes the first and third overall picks in the 2014 NWSL College Draft with defender Crystal Dunn going No. 1 to the Washington Freedom and midfielder Julie Johnston at No. 3 to the Chicago Red Stars.

Sermanni also gave a first roster spot to rising UCLA senior Samantha Mewis, who helped the Bruins to the NCAA title last fall. The 6-foot-tall Samantha is the younger sister of current U.S. WNT defender Kristie Mewis.

The Mewis sisters played together on both the 2008 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Team and the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Team, but this is first time they are on a full U.S. Women’s National Team roster together. The younger Mewis trained with the USA for a few days at the end of the January camp in Los Angeles.

The series of matches also marks the first that will see defender Rachel Buehler switch to her married name on the back of her jersey. Buehler, who was married in November of 2012, will now go by Rachel Van Hollebeke (pronounced “van HALL-ah-beck”).

U.S. Women's National Team Roster By Position – Detailed Roster
GOALKEEPERS (3): Nicole Barnhart (FC Kansas City), Jill Loyden (Sky Blue FC), Hope Solo (Seattle Reign FC)
DEFENDERS (9): Stephanie Cox (Seattle Reign FC), Crystal Dunn (Washington Spirit), Whitney Engen (Tyresö), Ali Krieger (Washington Spirit), Kristie Mewis (Boston Breakers), Kelley O’Hara (Sky Blue FC), Christie Rampone (Sky Blue FC), Becky Sauerbrunn (FC Kansas City), Rachel Van Hollebeke (Portland Thorns FC)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Morgan Brian (Virginia), Lauren Holiday (FC Kansas City), Julie Johnston (Chicago Red Stars), Carli Lloyd (WNY Flash), Samantha Mewis (UCLA), Heather O’Reilly (Boston Breakers), Megan Rapinoe (Seattle Reign FC), Erika Tymrak (FC Kansas City)
FORWARDS (4): Sydney Leroux (Seattle Reign FC), Christen Press (Tyresö), Amy Rodriguez (FC Kansas City), Abby Wambach (WNY Flash)

Additional Notes:

  • The 2014 schedule begins with the 51st meeting between the USA and Canada. The USA is 42-3-5 all-time against the host of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
  • Seventeen players on the training camp roster played in the NWSL last season. Twenty-two of the 24 players have committed to play in the league during its second season in 2014.
  • It was announced this week that Megan Rapinoe has ended her tenure with French club Lyon and will be available to play for Seattle Reign FC for the entire NWSL season.
  • Three players on the roster were new allocations to NWSL clubs for the upcoming season: Stephanie Cox (Seattle Reign FC), Whitney Engen (Houston Dash) and Christen Press (Chicago Red Stars).
  • All nine NWSL clubs are represented on the roster. FC Kansas City has the most players with five.
  • Since taking over as the U.S. Women’s National Team head coach in January of 2013, Tom Sermanni has seen 44 players called in to at least one training camp. Of those 44 players, 32 have earned at least one cap.
  • Sermanni has thus far also given 10 players their first caps.
  • After Abby Wambach, who has 163 career goals, midfielder Carli Lloyd is the top scorer on the roster with 46 career international goals, followed by Heather O’Reilly with 37.
  • Wambach finished second in the voting for the 2013 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year after winning the award for 2012.
  • 2012 Olympic gold medalist Kelley O’Hara, who was a late addition to the January camp roster, could return to game action for the first time since April 9, 2013, when she started against the Netherlands in The Hague.
  • The call-up of both Mewis sisters – Kristie and Samantha – marks the first time sisters have played together on the full U.S. Women’s National Team since 1998, when identical twins Lorrie (120 career caps) and Ronnie Fair (3 caps) played together.
  • Alex Morgan will be with the U.S. team for a few days during the middle of the trip, but only for rehabilitation and evaluation purposes as she continues to come back from her ankle injury.
  • Tobin Heath, who is currently in France with her club Paris Saint-Germain, is progressing well with her recovery from a foot injury but is not ready yet for National Team action.
  • The roster also includes the winner of the 2013 MAC Hermann Trophy as college soccer’s top player in University of Virginia senior Morgan Brian.

U.S. WNT Defeats Brazil 4-1 in Orlando to Complete Undefeated 2013 Campaign

  • Leroux Tallies First-Half Brace for Goals No. 23 and 24 of Career
  • Abby Wambach Scores 163rd Goal on 17th-Minute Penalty Kick
  • Florida Native Erika Tymrak Nets First Goal in Second International Appearance; Amber Brooks Earns First Cap
  • For Second Time in U.S. WNT History, Team Posts Unbeaten Record (13-0-3) During Year That Features Double-Digit Fixtures

ORLANDO, Fla. (Nov. 10, 2013) – The U.S. Women’s National Team defeated fourth-ranked Brazil 4-1 in front of 20,274 spectators at the Florida Citrus Bowl to wrap up the 2013 campaign with an unbeaten 13-0-3 record.

The sun-drenched crowd was the largest to watch the USA play at home this year and the biggest since 20,677 turned out at FC Dallas Stadium in February 2012 to watch the USA defeat New Zealand, 2-1. It was also the all-time largest to see the WNT in a stand-alone friendly in the southeastern U.S.

Forward Sydney Leroux scored two first-half goals, forward Abby Wambach added to her international goal scoring record with her 163rd tally and midfielder Erika Tymrak scored her first goal in only her second WNT appearance just one minute after entering the game. Goalkeeper Hope Solo had a strong match, making three goal-saving stops and earned Budweiser Woman of the Match honors.

With the victory, the U.S. WNT, for just the second time in the program’s history, has posted an unbeaten record during a year that featured double-digit fixtures. The only previous occurrence was in 2006 when the USA went 18-0-4.

With 2013 now in the books, head coach Tom Sermanni’s focus next year will be toward the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament at the end of the year as the Americans focus on earning a spot for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.

The match was physical and high-paced from the start. In only the fifth minute, Brazil’s Andreia Rosa was issued a yellow card when she shoved Wambach to the ground as the two jostled while the U.S. attackers were setting up for a corner kick. That competitive tone was set for a first half that saw the teams combine for four goals.

The USA deservedly opened the scoring in the 15th minute off a cross from Stephanie Cox, who was playing in her first match since April of 2012 after coming back from the birth of her first child. The USA’s left back drove a cross to far post where Heather O’Reilly got on the end of it and touched it back to the other post where Leroux acrobatically finished with a left-footed volley. The assist was the 47th for O’Reilly to tie her for seventh on the all-time list with Carin Gabarra.

Approximately one minute later, Wambach dribbled into the right side of the box and drew a penalty kick after she was tripped up from behind by Brazil’s Andressa. Wambach easily finished herself into the right corner for the 2-0 advantage.

Brazil got briefly back into the match in the 25th minute as veteran Rosana’s scored her 19th international goal. Rilany crossed from the right corner to Rosana who rose high to strike a skipping header past Solo low into the left corner.

Leroux pushed the lead back to two goals in the 36th minute with a slaloming dribbling run that ended with a classy finish. Carli Lloyd fought off Gabi Zanotti and dished to Wambach in the center of the field where she redirected the ball to a darting Leroux on the left side. Leroux got past Rilany, powered into the penalty area and took a touch inside to elude the onrushing Thais. With the Brazilian ‘keeper on the ground, Leroux slotted the ball home for her second goal of the half and the 24th of her international career.

With the lead at hand, Solo come up with two big-time saves against second-half sub Raquel. In the 55th minute, Cristiane screened the USA defense to set up some extra space for Raquel, who took two dribbles to her right and lined up a shot that Solo parried away with a fully extended left arm. In the 62nd minute, Solo stepped off her line to stuff another Raquel shot after she had gotten behind the U.S. defense. Solo added a diving stop on Nene in the closing minutes.

With the defense holding its ground, the USA added to its lead in the 76th minute when Tymrak – who attended high school in Bradenton, Fla., and college at the University of Florida – scored her first international goal in just her second cap. Lindsey Horan and Alex Morgan exchanged a couple of passes before Horan dished to Tymrak. She evaded a defender to her right and fired a low drive from the edge of the box that snuck into the lower left corner of the goal.

In second-half stoppage time, Lloyd picked up a second yellow card and was sent off, marking the first red card for the U.S. team since the quarterfinal of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup – also against Brazil – when Rachel Buehler was controversially ejected after a run-in with Marta in the penalty area.

Additional Notes:

  • The U.S. is now 25-2-3 all-time against Brazil.
  • The USA extended its home unbeaten streak to 77 games.
  • The U.S. has also extended its overall unbeaten streak to 39 games. The U.S. WNT’s last loss came against Japan (1-0) on March 5, 2012, at the Algarve Cup in Portugal. Over those 39 games, the U.S. has scored 130 goals while allowing 29 in 33 wins and six ties.
  • Midfielder Heather O’Reilly moved into sole possession of ninth place in career caps with her 193rd appearance, passing Brandi Chastain (192).
  • O’Reilly led the U.S. WNT with 13 starts and 1,143 minutes played in 2013.
  • Abby Wambach led the U.S. with 11 goals this year and Sydney Leroux was second on the team with 10.
  • U.S. WNT head coach Tom Sermanni subbed out Leroux and Wambach for Alex Morgan and 19-year-old Lindsay Horan, respectively, in the 68th minute. Shortly into the match for her second cap, Horan took a knock to her mouth when she went up for a header against two Brazilian players. She was able to continue after a brief consultation with the USA’s medical staff.
  • Defender Stephanie Cox started and made her first appearance since a 3-0 win against Brazil on April 3, 2012, in Chiba, Japan. Cox earned her 83rd-career cap.
  • Midfielder Amber Brooks earned her first start and first WNT cap. She becomes the 10th player to earn her first cap in 2013 under Sermanni, joining Morgan Brian, Crystal Dunn, Ashlyn Harris, Lindsey Horan, Julie Johnston, Kristie Mewis, Christen Press, Leigh Ann Robinson and Erika Tymrak.
  • Robinson made her first WNT start, playing at right back for her second cap this year.
  • Team captain and defender Christie Rampone made her 287th-career appearance. Rampone is the most-capped active player in the world and second most-capped player in U.S. history behind Kristine Lilly (352).

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

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Brazil
Nov. 10, 2013
International Friendly
Florida Citrus Bowl; Orlando, Fla.
3:30 p.m. ET
80 degrees, partly cloudy

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

USA – Sydney Leroux (Heather O’Reilly)        15th minute
USA – Abby Wambach (penalty)                     17
BRA – Rosana (Rilany)                                    25
USA – Sydney Leroux                                      36
USA – Erika Tymrak (Lindsey Horan)             76

USA: 1-Hope Solo; 26-Leigh Ann Robinson, 3-Christie Rampone (capt.) (16-Rachel Buehler, 75), 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Stephanie Cox (23-Erika Tymrak, 75); 9-Heather O’Reilly, 22-Amber Brooks (7-Yael Averbuch, 81), 10-Carli Lloyd, 8-Kristie Mewis; 2-Sydney Leroux (13-Alex Morgan, 68), 20-Abby Wambach (25-Lindsey Horan, 68)
Substitutions Not Used:  12-Lauren Holiday, 18-Nicole Barnhart

Head coach: Tom Sermanni

BRA: 12-Thais; 2-Rilany, 4-Andreia Rosa, 5-Thaisa, 3-Calandrini; 8-Laylla (15-Bia, 46), 10-Rosana (capt.) (18-Thaisinha, 68), 9-Gabi Zanotti (19-Raquel, 46), 6-Andressa, 7-Debinha, 11-Cristiane (17-Nene, 76)
Substitutions Not Used: 1-Luciana, 13-Tayla, 14-Maria, 16-Tamires, 20-Rafinha
Head coach: Marcio de Oliveira

Stats Summary: USA / BRA
Shots: 15 / 10
Shots on Goal: 10 / 4
Saves: 3 / 6
Corner Kicks: 8 / 2
Fouls: 12 / 6
Offside: 4 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
BRA – Andreia (caution)                      5th minute
USA – Carli Lloyd (caution)                 79
USA – Carli Lloyd (caution)                 90+2
USA – Carli Lloyd (sent off)                90+2

Referee: Margaret Domka (USA)
Assistant Referee 1: Veronica Perez (USA)
Assistant Referee 2: Marlene Duffy (USA)
Fourth Official: Christina Unkel (USA)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Hope Solo