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Last-Minute Strike Earns U.S. Under-21 Women a 3-3 Draw with WUSA Philadelphia Charge


CHULA VISTA, Calif. (Sunday, March 25, 2001) - The Philadelphia Charge had two leads versus the U.S. Under-21 team, but could hold neither as the U-21 squad tied up the game at three apiece in the 90th minute of play.

The Charge took a first half 2-0 lead on a pair of goals by Diedre Enos and Kalli Kamholz. Enos scored two minutes into the contest while Kamholz scored at the 30 minute mark after receiving a pass from Lorrie Fair.

Anne Morrell led the U-21 team back into the game with two straight goals. The first came off of a pass from Alison Fennell at the 52nd minute mark and the second five minutes later when Mary Francis Monroe found Morrell.

Enos scored her second goal of the game and Philadelphia's third, with 66 minutes to play. The lead stood for nearly 24 minutes before Lauren Orlandos scored in the final minute of play.

2001 U.S. UNDER-21 WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAM GAME REPORT

Participants:U.S. Under-21 Women's National Team vs. Philadelphia Charge (WUSA)
Competition:WUSA Preseason Exhibition
Venue:Arco Olympic Training Center (Chula Vista, Calif.)
Date:March 25, 2001

Scoring Summary:1st2ndFinal
United States
033
Philadelphia
213

PHI - Diedre Enos, 2.
PHI - Kalli Kamholz (Lorrie Fair), 30.
USA - Anne Morrell (Alison Fennel), 52.
USA - Anne Morrell (Mary Francis Monroe), 57.
PHI - Diedre Enos, 66.
USA - Lauren Orlandos, 90.

Lineups:
USA - Liz Wagner, Niede Bolstad, Natalie Spilger, Bethany Bogart, Dannielle Borgman, Betsy Ban, Allison Wagner, Erin Misaki, Sarah Pickens, Katie Barnes, Joline Charlton. Substitutions: Jennifer Branam, Andrea Sellers, Abby Wambach, Lauren Orlandos, Alison Fennel, Kim Patrick, Amy Sauer, Mary Francis Monroe, Anne Morrell.

PHI - Deon Danielle, Heather Mitts, Kalli Kamholz, Doris Fitschen, Jen Tietjen, Raven McDonald, Jen Soileau, Liu Ailing, Lorrie Fair, Diedre Enos, Erin Martin, Erica Iverson (Heather Mitts, 46), Michelle Demko (Liu Ailing, 46), Jenny Benson (Jen Soileau, 59), Sarah Yohe (Lorrie Fair, 73).


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