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U-23 WNT Takes Four Nations Tournament Title in Norway

The U-23 WNT came away with two wins and one draw at the 2015 Four Nations Tournament in Sarpsborg, Norway. After a short, yet successful, appearance in Norway, the team is happy to have represented the United States well before the start of the 2015 WWC.

U-23 WNT Wins Four Nations Tournament with 2-1 Win Against England

CHICAGO (May 31, 2015) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team defeated its counterparts from England 2-1 to win the Four Nations Tournament in Norway with a 2-0-1 record.

The USA also defeated Sweden 2-1 and tied host Norway 2-2. Sweden finished second, Norway was third and England was fourth.

Midfielder Rose Lavelle had a goal and an assist in the match while forward Taylor Smith scored the game-winner in the 73rd minute.

The USA opened the scoring just seven minutes into the match as Daphne Corboz found Lavelle with a pass near the top of the penalty box. Lavelle quickly turned and fired a shot that gave the Americans an early lead.

England equalized in the 60th minute off a corner kick that was deflected to Jess Sigsworth inside the six-yard box for a finish from close range.

The young Americans scored 13 minutes later as Lavelle chipped as pass over the defensive line to the speedy Smith on the right side. She took a few touches centrally and finished well into the far side netting. Lavelle, one of five players on the U.S. roster who participated in the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, picked up an assist in each of the three games to go with her goal in the match today.

Abby Smith started the first match in goal for the U.S., while Jane Campbell went the distance in the final two.

- U.S. U-23 Womens National Team Match Report -

Match:  U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team vs. England Under-23 Women’s National Team
Date: May 31, 2015
Competition: Four Nations Tournament
Venue: Fredrikstad Stadium; Fredrikstad, Norway

Scoring Summary:                   1          2          F
USA                                         1          1          2
ENG                                         0          1          1

USA - Rose Lavelle (Daphne Corboz)                 7th Minute
ENG - Jess Sigsworth (Lucy Staniforth)              60
USA - Taylor Smith (Rose Lavelle)                      73

Lineups:
USA: 1-Jane Campbell, 13-Christina Gibbons, 21-Christen Westphal, 2-Cari Roccaro (capt.), 5-Carson Pickett, 19-Andi Sullivan, 10-Rose Lavelle, 6-Daphne Corboz (15-Kayla Mills, 82), 22-Jaycie Johnson (7-Claire Falknor, 65), 17-Savannah Jordan (25-Katie Stengel, 46), 9-Chioma Ubogagu (14-Taylor Smith, 46)
Substitutes Not Used: Hope DAddario, Abby Smith, Jessie Scarpa
Head Coach: Janet Rayfield

ENG: 1-Mary Earps, 2-Hannah Blundell, 6-Jemma Rose, 3-Millie Bright, 7-Meghan Sargeant, 8-Sherry McCue, 17-Beth England (14-Hannah Dale, 81), 16-Nikita Parris (10-Jess Sigsworth, 59), 15-Lucy Staniforth, 20-Mel Lawley, 19-Natasha Flint
Substitutes Not Used:  Laura-Jayne ONeill, Martha Harris, Abbey-Leigh Stringer, Drew Spence, Alex Brooks
Head Coach: Julie Chipchase

Stats Summary: USA / ENG
Shots: 12 / 5
Shots on Goal: 7 / 4
Saves: 3 / 5
Corner Kicks: 4 / 6
Fouls: 2 / 7
Offside: 0 / 3

Misconduct:
None

Officials:
Referee: Emilie Rodahl Dokseth (NOR)
Assistant Referee 1: Linda Andresen (NOR)
Assistant Referee 2:  Marit Skurdal (NOR)
Fourth Official: Elisabeth Thoresen (NOR)

U-23 WNT Draws Norway 2-2 at Four Nations Tournament in Norway

CHICAGO (May 29, 2015) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team tied host Norway 2-2 in its second match of a three-game tournament being held in Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg, Norway in the southeast region of the country, about 60 miles south of Oslo.

The USA was coming off a 2-1 victory against Sweden in its first match, but fell behind 1-0 in the 11th minute as Andrine Hegerberg converted a penalty kick.

The USA roared back to take the lead on two second half goals from forward Chioma Ubogagu, who is currently playing her club soccer in England with the Arsenal Ladies.

The USA equalized in the 51st minute after a Norway clearance was won by Daphne Corboz, who fed the ball to Katie Stengel near the top of the penalty area. Stengel in turn found Ubogagu, who took a few touches and put a shot that deflected off the goalkeeper’s arm into the net.

The USA took the lead in the 75th minute, once again after winning possession of a clearance. Ashley Meier touched it to Rose Lavelle, who turned and fed the ball past a defender to Ubogagu on the left side. Ubogagu took a few touches and tucked it past the goalkeeper.

Norway only took three minute to equalize as Cathrine Dekkerhus gained possession of the ball and fed it through the U.S. back line to Synne Hansen. She received the ball about 30 yards out, fought off two defenders, and slipped the ball past U.S. goalkeeper Jane Campbell near the penalty spot.

The USA still has a chance to win the tournament as it finishes up its three-games-in-five-days set on May 31 against England at Fredrikstad Stadium.

- U.S. U-23 Womens National Team Match Report -

Match:U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team vs. Norway Under-23 Women’s National Team
Date: May 29, 2015
Competition: U-23 Four Nations Tournament
Venue: Sarpsborg Stadium, Sarpsborg, Norway

Scoring Summary:                   1          2          F
USA                                         0          2          2
NOR                                         1          1          2

NOR - Andrine Hegerberg (penalty kick)                                      11th Minute
USA - Chioma Ubogagu (Katie Stengel)                                      51
USA - Chioma Ubogagu (Rose Lavelle)                                      75
NOR - Synne Hansen (Cathrine Dekkerhus)                                 78

Lineups:
USA: 1-Jane Campbell; 13-Christina Gibbons; 21-Christen Westphal; 2-Cari Roccaro (capt.); 19-Andi Sullivan; 4-Michaela Hahn (6-Daphne Corboz, 46); 11-Alexis Shaffer (8-Ashley Meier, 64); 10-Rose Lavelle; 14-Taylor Smith; 25-Katie Stengel (22-Jaycie Johnson, 64); 16-Margaret Purce (9-Chioma Ubogagu, 46)
Substitutes Not Used: Kayla Mills, Abby Smith, Jessie Scarpa
Head Coach: Janet Rayfield

NOR: 1-Nora Gjoen; 13-Tuva Hansen (Cecilie Kvamme, 46); 4-Stine Reinas; 14-Ingrid Stenevik; 5-Nora Byom Nilssen; 7-Guro Reiten (19-Synne Hansen, 46); 20-Anja Sonstevold; 16-Maria Brochmann (8-Cathrine Dekkerhus, 62); 17-Lisa Naalsund (11-Victoria Ludvigsen, 77); 10-Andrine Hegerberg (capt.); 9-Andrea Thun (18-Vilde Fjelldal, 62)
Substitutes Not Used: Ane Walsoe, Kristine Nostmo
Head Coach: Goril Kringen

Stats Summary: USA / NOR
Shots: 16 / 10
Shots on Goal: 7 / 5
Saves: 3 / 5
Corner Kicks: 5 / 3
Fouls: 6 / 10
Offside: 4 / 4

Misconduct:
USA - Rose Lavelle (caution)                 34th Minute
NOR - Victoria Ludvigsen (caution)        90

Officials:
Referee:  Fatemeh Zangeneh (NOR)
Assistant Referee 1: Rikke Melby (NOR)
Assistant Referee 2: Sonia Kahn (NOR)
Fourth Official: Ole Valen (NOR)

U-23 WNT to Norway for Four Nations Tournament

CHICAGO (May 20, 2015) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will travel to Norway for a four-team tournament running from May 27-31 that also includes Norway, Sweden and England. The matches will be held in Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg in the southeast region of the country, about 60 miles south of Oslo and close to the border with Sweden. Both stadiums have artificial turf. 

The USA’s 22-player roster features 19 college players in addition to three current professionals, all whom play outside the United States: Daphne Corboz (Manchester City), Chioma Ubogagu (Arsenal) and Kate Stengel (Bayern Munich). Ubogagu and Stengel were members of the U.S. team that won the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan. University of Texas goalkeeper Abby Smith was also on that squad. 

The roster features seven members of the U.S. team that got knocked out on penalty kicks by Korea DPR in the quarterfinals of the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Stanford goalkeeper Jane Campbell, Duke defender Christina Gibbons, Notre Dame defender Cari Roccaro, Stanford defender/midfielder Andi Sullivan, Wisconsin midfielder Rose Lavelle, Florida forward Savannah Jordan and Harvard forward Margaret Purce. 

The USA opens the competition on May 27 against the Sweden U-23 WNT at Fredrikstad Stadium, faces England on May 29 at Sarpsborg Stadium, and finishes up the three-games-in-five-days set on May 31 against England at Fredrikstad Stadium. 

WOMEN’S U-23 FOUR NATIONS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 

May 27
USA vs. Sweden at Fredrikstad Stadium
Norway vs. England at Sarpsborg Stadium 

May 29
Sweden vs. England at Fredrikstad Stadium
USA vs. Norway at Sarpsborg Stadium

May 31
Norway vs. Sweden at Fredrikstad Stadium
USA vs. England at Fredrikstad Stadium 

U-23 Women’s National Team Roster by Position: Detailed Roster
GOALKEEPERS (2): Jane Campbell (Stanford; Kennesaw, Ga.), Abby Smith (Texas; Plano, Texas)
DEFENDERS (6): Christina Gibbons (Duke; Raleigh, N.C.), Jaycie Johnson (Nebraska; Lake Winnebago, Mo.), Kayla Mills (USC; West Covina, Calif.), Carson Pickett (FSU; Fleming Island, Fla.), Cari Roccaro (Notre Dame; East Islip, N.Y.), Andi Sullivan (Stanford; Lorton, Va.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Daphne Corboz (Manchester City FC; Greenbrook, N.J.), Katie Cousins (Tennessee; Forest, Va.), Claire Falknor (Florida; Dayton, Ohio), Michaela Hahn (FSU; Titusville, Fla.), Rose Lavelle (Wisconsin; Cincinnati, Ohio), Ashley Meier (Virginia Tech; Strongsville, Ohio), Alexis Shaffer (Virginia; Cary, N.C.)
FORWARDS (7): Savannah Jordan (Florida; Fayetteville, Ga.), Margaret Purce (Harvard; Silver Spring, Md.), Jessie Scarpa (UNC; Lakeland, Fla.), Taylor Smith (UCLA; Fort Worth, Texas), Katie Stengel (Bayern Munich; West Melbourne, Fla.), Chioma Ubogagu (Arsenal; Coppell, Texas), Christen Westphal (Florida; Brecksville, Ohio)

U-23 WNT Camp in Florida Features All College Players

CHICAGO (April 20, 2015) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will hold a training camp in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, from April 26-May 3, featuring 24 current collegiate players. 

The majority of the roster has extensive experience with the USA’s Youth National Teams, including nine players who have played for the USA at FIFA U-17 or U-20 Women’s World Cup tournaments.

The camp will be used as a final evaluation to pick a 20-player roster that will travel to Norway in May to play the U-23 teams from Sweden, Norway and England. 

Roster by Position: Detailed Roster
GOALKEEPERS (3): Jane Campbell (Stanford; Kennesaw, Ga.), Madalyn Schiffel (USF; Citrus Heights, Calif.), Abby Smith (Texas; Plano, Texas)
DEFENDERS (8): Christina Gibbons (Duke; Raleigh, N.C.), Jaycie Johnson (Nebraska; Lake Winnebago, Mo.), Kayla Mills (USC; West Covina, Calif.), Katie Naughton (Notre Dame; Elk Grove Village, Ill.), Carson Pickett (FSU; Fleming Island, Fla.), Cari Roccaro (Notre Dame; East Islip, N.Y.), Jacqueline Simpson (USF; Lithia, Fla.), Emily Sonnett (Virginia; Marietta, Ga.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Claire Falknor (Florida; Dayton, Ohio), Michaela Hahn (Florida State; Titusville, Fla.), Rose Lavelle (Wisconsin; Cincinnati, Ohio), Ashley Meier (Virginia Tech; Strongsville, Ohio), Gabbi Miranda (UCLA; Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Alexis Shaffer (Virginia; Cary, N.C.), Danielle Weatherholt (Santa Clara; Capistrano Beach, Calif.)
FORWARDS (6): Makenzy Doniak (Virginia; Chino Hills, Calif.), Hayley Dowd (Boston College; Peabody, Mass.), Ashley Hatch (BYU; Gilbert, Ariz.), Margaret Purce (Harvard; Silver Spring, Md.), Taylor Smith (UCLA; Los Angeles, Calif.), Christen Westphal (University of Florida; Brecksville, Ohio)

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A member of the U.S. team that won the 2014 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship in the Cayman Islands to earn a berth to the World Cup, she started and played in one match in the tournament … Started every game for the U.S. at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan, allowing one goal in three matches and earned a shut-out against eventual champion France ... A member of the U.S. team that won the 2012 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Guatemala and qualified for the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup … Started and played every minute of all five games during qualifying in Guatemala and did not allow a goal … One of three players to play every minute of qualifying … Got an assist during the tournament on a goal by Andi Sullivan off a booming punt against T&T … Finished her U-17 international career with 16 caps … Was undefeated in her U-17 career at 10-0-5 … First played with the U.S. U-17s at the age of 15 … Played with the U-15 GNT in 2010 and attended the U.S. Soccer U-14 I.D. Camp in 2009 … Attended U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team Training camp in October of 2011 as a 16-year-old … At age 17 in Jan of 2013, she became the youngest goalkeeper ever called into a full U.S. national team camp ... She was the first high school-aged player to be called into the full national team since forward Amy Rodriguez in 2005.

Enrolled at Stanford University as a freshman in the fall of 2013 … Made collegiate debut Aug. 31 against Portland in relief of injured Emily Oliver and then became the starter ... Her first start was Sept. 6 when she teamed with Sarah Cox to shut-out Loyola Marymount ... Played in 19 total games and started 18 while compiling a 0.72 goals-against average with six shutouts ... Played 1,629 minutes … Had two shutouts in the NCAA tournament, against Cal State Fullerton in the First Round and South Carolina in the Second Round ... Attended Darlington School, a boarding school in Rome, Ga. … The 2011 NSCAA Youth Girls’ Player of the Year and a two-time NSCAA Youth All-American (2011 and 2012).

Played U-16 to U-18 with the Concorde Fire South and was a teammate of current U-20 teammate Savannah Jordan … From U-12 to U-15 she played with the North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA) … Won the U-16 state champions with the Fire … Won a U-14 state title with NASA.
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