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U.S. WNT Begins Three-Game Series Against China PR as Part of Fan Tribute Tour, Presented by Panasonic

U.S. Women’s National Team vs. China PR – International Friendly
Ford Field; Detroit, Mich.
Dec. 8, 2012

U.S. WNT BEGINS THREE-GAME SERIES AGAINST CHINA PR: The U.S. Women’s National Team will cap off its 2012 schedule with three matches against China PR as part of the Fan Tribute Tour, presented by Panasonic. The USA hosts China at 1:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 8, at Ford Field in Detroit, followed by a Dec. 12 match at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston (7:30 p.m. CT, FOX Soccer) and a Dec. 15 game at Florida Atlantic University Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla. (7 p.m. ET, NBC Sports Network and Univision Deportes). Fans can follow all matches via’s MatchTracker and on Twitter @ussoccer_wnt.

2012 U.S. WNT Schedule



Time (ET)

U.S. Goalscorers/TV


Jan. 20+

Dominican Republic

14-0 W

Wambach (2), Lloyd, Buehler, O’Reilly (3), Heath, Rodriguez (5), Cheney

BC Place; Vancouver, Canada

Jan. 22+


13-0 W

Wambach (2), Cheney, Rodriguez, Lloyd, Lindsey, Leroux (5), Rapinoe, Morgan

BC Place; Vancouver, Canada

Jan. 24+


4-0 W

Lloyd (3), O’Reilly

BC Place; Vancouver, Canada

Jan. 27+

Costa Rica

3-0 W

Heath, Lloyd, Morgan

BC Place; Vancouver, Canada

Jan. 29+


4-0 W

Morgan (2), Wambach (2)

BC Place; Vancouver, Canada

Feb. 11

New Zealand

2-1 W

Morgan (2)

FC Dallas Stadium; Frisco, Texas

Feb. 29&


5-0 W

Morgan (2), Wambach, Lloyd, Leroux

Estadio Municipal; Lagos, Portugal

March 2&


2-1 W

Wambach, Leroux

Estadio Municipal; Lagos, Portugal

March 5&


0-1 L


Estadio Algarve; Faro, Portugal

March 7&


4-0 W

Morgan (3), Wambach

Estadio Bela Vista; Parchal, Portugal

April 1~


1-1 T


Yurtec Stadium; Sendai, Japan

April 3~


3-0 W

Lloyd, Boxx, Rodriguez

Fukuda Denshi Arena; Chiba, Japan

May 27

China PR

4-1 W

Morgan (2), own goal, Wambach

PPL Park; Chester, Pa.

June 16^^


3-1 W

Wambach, Morgan, Heath

Örjans Vall Stadium; Halmstad, Sweden

June 18^^


4-1 W

Morgan (2), Wambach (2)

Örjans Vall Stadium; Halmstad, Sweden

June 30


2-1 W

Own goal, Rodriguez

Rio Tinto Stadium; Sandy, Utah

July 25++


4-2 W

Wambach, Morgan (2), Lloyd

Hampden Park; Glasgow, Scotland

July 28++


3-0 W

Rapinoe, Wambach, Lloyd

Hampden Park; Glasgow, Scotland

July 31++

Korea DPR

1-0 W


Old Trafford; Manchester, England

Aug. 3++

New Zealand

2-0 W

Wambach, Leroux

St. James’ Park; Newcastle, England

Aug. 6++


4-3 W

Rapinoe (2), Wambach, Morgan

Old Trafford; Manchester, England

Aug. 9++


2-1 W

Lloyd (2)

Wembley Stadium; London, England

Sept. 1

Costa Rica

8-0 W

Rapinoe (2), Wambach (2), Morgan, Leroux, Lloyd, O’Reilly

Sahlen’s Stadium; Rochester, N.Y.

Sept. 16


2-1 W

Morgan, Boxx

The Home Depot Center; Carson, Calif.

Sept. 19


6-2 W

O’Reilly, Morgan (2), Wambach, Boxx, Leroux

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.

Oct. 20


1-1 T


Toyota Park; Bridgeview, Ill.

Oct. 23


2-2 T

Wambach, Heath

Rentschler Field; East Hartford, Conn.

Nov. 28

Rep. of Ireland

5-0 W

Morgan (3), Leroux (2)

JELD-WEN Field; Portland, Ore.

Dec. 1

Rep. of Ireland

2-0 W

Morgan, Rapinoe

Univ. of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, Ariz.

Dec. 8

China PR

1:30 p.m.


Ford Field; Detroit, Mich.

Dec. 12

China PR

8:30 p.m.

FOX Soccer

BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston

Dec. 15

China PR

7 p.m.

NBC Sports Network, Univision Deportes

FAU Stadium; Boca Raton, Fla.

+ CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament
++ 2012 London Olympics
& Algarve Cup
~ Kirin Challenge Cup
^^ Volvo Winners Cup

GOALKEEPERS (2): 1-Hope Solo, 18-Nicole Barnhart
DEFENDERS (6): 2-Heather Mitts, 3-Christie Rampone, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 5-Kelley O’Hara, 6-Amy LePeilbet, 16-Rachel Buehler
MIDFIELDERS (5): 7-Shannon Boxx, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe, 17-Tobin Heath
FORWARDS (5): 8-Amy Rodriguez, 11-Sydney Leroux, 12-Lauren Cheney, 13-Alex Morgan, 14-Abby Wambach

U.S. Soccer announced U.S. Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan as the 2012 Female Athlete of the Year and U.S. Under-20 WNT defender Julie Johnston as the 2012 Young Female Athlete of the Year. The Female Athlete of the Year award is the first for Morgan, who leads all U.S. WNT players this year in goals (28) and assists (19) with three matches remaining. Her goals total ranks third all-time for a calendar year behind only Abby Wambach (31 goals in 2004) and Michelle Akers (39 goals in 1991).

With each passing game in 2012, Alex Morgan continues to join elite company in the record books. Morgan is one assist away from joining 2007 National Soccer Hall of Famer Mia Hamm in the exclusive 20-20 club. Hamm currently is the only U.S. WNT player to have ever accomplished the feat of 20 goals and 20 assists in a calendar year (she finished exactly on 20 and 20), that coming in 1998. Morgan sits at 28 goals and 19 assists in 2012.

The U.S. WNT has played 11 games indoors in its history and is a perfect 11-0-0 in those games. In fact, the USA has outscored its opponents 68-1 indoors. The first indoor game was at the Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit in 1993 as part of a test run for the surface that would be used in the 1994 World Cup. Here are the matches the U.S. Women have played indoors.

Date; Opponent; Score; Venue
June 21, 1993; Canada; 3-0 W; Pontiac Silverdome; Detroit, Mich.
Nov. 2, 2002; Panama; 9-0 W; SAFECO Field; Seattle, Wash.
Nov, 6, 2002; Costa Rica; 7-0 W; SAFECO Field; Seattle, Wash.
Oct. 23, 2004; Rep. of Ireland; 5-0 W; Reliant Stadium; Houston, Texas
Oct. 13, 2007; Mexico; 5-1 W; Edward Jones Dome; St. Louis, Mo.
Dec. 17, 2008; China; 1-0 W Ford Field; Detroit, Mich.
Jan. 20, 2012; Dom. Republic; 14-0 W; BC Place Stadium; Vancouver, Canada
Jan. 22, 2012; Guatemala; 13-0 W; BC Place Stadium; Vancouver, Canada
Jan. 24, 2012; Mexico; 4-0 W; BC Place Stadium; Vancouver, Canada
Jan. 27, 2012; Costa Rica; 3-0 W; BC Place Stadium; Vancouver, Canada
Jan. 29, 2012; Canada; 4-0 W; BC Place Stadium; Vancouver, Canada
Dec. 8, 2012; China; TBD; Ford Field; Detroit, Mich.


  • Alex Morgan (28 goals) and Abby Wambach (23 goals) have combined for 51 goals in 2012 – the second-most goals of any duo in U.S. WNT history. The record is 55 goals in 1991 when Michelle Akers scored a record 39 goals and Carin Jennings tallied 16 goals. They have three games left to get four goals to tie or five to break the record.
  • Morgan notched her second-career hat trick on Nov. 28 during the USA’s 5-0 win against the Republic of Ireland. She also scored three goals on March 7 en route to a 4-0 win against Sweden to take third place at the 2012 Algarve Cup. Morgan became the ninth WNT player to record two or more hat tricks.
  • Only four players in U.S. WNT history have scored more than 20 goals in a calendar year: Akers (39 in 1991), Tiffeny Milbrett (21 in 1999), Wambach twice (31 goals in 2004, 23 in 2012) and Morgan (28 in 2012).
  • Lauren Cheney is second behind Morgan in assists with year with 11. Both Heather O’Reilly and Megan Rapinoe have 10 assists.
  • O’Reilly has six goals in 2012, and would need four more to record a “10 and 10” year for the second time in her career. She missed the last match against Republic of Ireland on Dec. 1 with the flu.
  • Five players on the U.S. roster scored in the 2012 London Olympics and eight total players have scored in an Olympics: Wambach (4 goals in 2004; 5 goals in 2012), Carli Lloyd (2 goals in 2008; 4 goals in 2012), Heather O’Reilly (1 goal in 2004; 2 goals in 2008), Shannon Boxx (1 goal in 2004), Amy Rodriguez (1 goal in 2008), Morgan (3 goals in 2012), Megan Rapinoe (3 goals in 2012) and Sydney Leroux (1 goal in 2012).
  • The London Olympics marked the first time the U.S. WNT won every game en route to the gold medal.
  • Rapinoe and Morgan led the team with four assists apiece in the Olympics.
  • Morgan, Rapinoe and Wambach each had 10 points in this year’s Olympics.
  • Only three U.S. WNT players were on the field for all 570 minutes in the 2012 Olympics: goalkeeper Hope Solo, defender and team captain Christie Rampone and defender Kelley O’Hara.
  • Morgan’s game-winning goal against Canada on Aug. 6 is the latest tally ever in a FIFA competition. Her strike hit the back of the net at 122 minutes, 23 seconds. Wambach’s memorable game-tying header against Brazil in the quarterfinals of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup crossed the goal line at 121 minutes, 19 seconds.
  • The USA has scored 110 goals this year (108 individual goals, 2 own goals), ranking fourth all-time in the program’s history. The 2000 campaign ranks first with 124 goals in 41 games, followed by 1991 (122 goals in 28 games) and 1999 (111 goals in 29 games).


  • The U.S. has played twice in Detroit and won on both occasions: a 3-0 victory against Canada on June 21, 1993, at the Pontiac Silverdome, and a 1-0 win against China PR on Dec. 18, 2008, at Ford Field. Those two games also are the only times the USA has played in the state of Michigan and both were indoors, like the match on Dec. 8 vs. China.
  • In the 2008 win against China, Heather O’Reilly scored the game’s lone goal in the 34th minute as the U.S. was in the midst of a post-Olympic tour celebrating the team’s gold medal performance at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
  • The 1993 victory against Canada marked the first indoor game in U.S. Soccer history. Joy Fawcett scored two goals and Michele Akers also contributed a goal. The indoor grass was the same playing surface that was to be used one year later in the 1994 FIFA Men’s World Cup as the U.S. Women gave it a test run.
  • The USA has had two prominent players from the state of Michigan in Lindsay Tarpley (Kalamazoo) and Kate Markgraf (Bloomfield Hills), who both played prominent roles in helping the USA win multiple world championships. Markgraf is retired, while Tarpley recently had a baby and is still recovering from a major knee injury suffered in the run up to the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.


  • The U.S. holds a 17-game unbeaten streak against China PR with a 14-0-3 record dating back to a 2-0 victory on March 20, 2003, in Loule, Portugal.
  • Overall, the U.S. Women are 26-8-12 in the series that started with a 2-1 win on July 20, 1986. During that span, the U.S. has a 72-33 scoring margin.
  • The U.S. famously defeated China 5-4 in a shootout during the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup on July 10 in Pasadena, Calif. Brandi Chastain tallied the game-ending penalty kick.
  • The USA won on its home soil against China in the first-ever Olympics in which women’s soccer was featured, earning a 2-1 victory in the gold medal game on Aug. 1, 1996 at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. Shannon MacMillan had the game-opening goal and Tiffeny Milbrett scored the eventual game-winner midway through the second half.
  • The last time the U.S. and China met, Alex Morgan scored twice and the USA overcame an early deficit to post a 4-1 win in front of a sellout crowd of 18,573 at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Abby Wambach added a goal and the U.S. benefited from an own goal by Zhou Gaoping.


  • U.S. forward Amy Rodriguez is one appearance away from 100 for her career, and if she plays in Detroit on Saturday she will become the 29th U.S. WNT player to reach the century club. Rodriguez has eight goals this year off the bench and has logged 825 minutes, four starts and 26 total appearances.
  • U.S. defender and team captain Christie Rampone recently took sole possession of third place all-time in career caps with her 273rd appearance during the team’s 2-0 win against the Republic of Ireland on Dec. 1 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. Rampone surpassed Julie Foudy (272) and is now two caps behind Mia Hamm (275). Kristine Lilly holds the record with 352 caps.
  • Carli Lloyd is two games away from earning her 150th career cap which would make her one of 17 players to reach that plateau.
  • Rampone has 22 career Olympic appearances and moved six ahead of previous USA record holders Joy Fawcett, Foudy, Lilly and Kate Markgraf.
  • Abby Wambach scored five goals in five straight games during the London Olympics, which is an Olympic record. She has nine-career Olympic goals and is atop the USA leaderboard in that category, surpassing the previous record of five held by Hamm and Milbrett.
  • Alex Morgan’s 75 points (28 goals, 19 assists) are tied for second-most for a WNT player in a calendar year. Wambach had 75 points in 2004 (31 goals, 13 assists) and Michelle Akers had 86 points in 1991 (39 goals, 8 assists).
  • Hope Solo has 100 wins in 131 appearances over her 13 years with the U.S. WNT and is second only to Briana Scurry, who had 133 wins in 173 appearances. Solo also has 23 wins this year, matching her career high in 2008 when she was 23-1-0.
  • Solo set a U.S. WNT goalkeeper consecutive minutes played record at 1,163 earlier this year, surpassing the previous mark of 990 set by Scurry.
  • Sydney Leroux continues to improve her U.S. WNT record for goals scored off the bench in a year with 12 goals in 2012. She scored two second-half goals during the USA’s 5-0 win against Ireland on Nov. 28. Leroux broke the previous bench scoring record of nine goals originally set by Debbie Keller in 1998.
  • Nicole Barnhart earned her 45th cap on Dec. 1, which ties her with Siri Mullinix (45 caps from 1999-2004) for third among U.S. WNT goalkeepers. One of Barnhart’s caps was as a field player.


  • 1: USA’s FIFA ranking
  • 5: Goals scored in a game by Sydney Leroux (Jan. 22, 2012), Amy Rodriguez (Jan. 20, 2012), Abby Wambach (Oct. 23, 2004), Tiffeny Milbrett (Nov. 2, 2002), Michelle Akers (Nov. 24, 1991) and Brandi Chastain (April 18, 1991)
  • 9: Career Olympic goals by Wambach, a U.S. WNT record
  • 11: Games this year in which Morgan and Wambach both contributed at least one goal (11-0-0 record)
  • 19: China PR’s FIFA ranking
  • 20: Combined goals off the bench this year by Leroux (12) and Rodriguez (8)
  • 22: Career Olympic appearances by U.S. captain Christie Rampone
  • 95: U.S. victories when Abby Wambach scores a goal (95-2-7 overall)
  • 110: Goals scored by the U.S. WNT in 2012 (108 individual goals, 2 own goals)

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The Fan Tribute Tour embraces a U.S. Women’s National Team that has set a standard in the Olympics. No soccer team – men’s or women’s – has won four Olympic gold medals. Here is a look at all four gold medal-winning performances:

  • Aug. 9, 2012: USA 2, Japan 1: U.S. midfielder Carli Lloyd, the gold medal hero of the 2008 Olympics, once again led the way for the USA by scoring both goals to upend 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup champion Japan in front of more than 80,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium in London – an Olympic record crowd for women’s soccer and the largest crowd the U.S. WNT has played in front of outside the United States. Lloyd made a darting run in the eighth minute, heading home the game’s first goal. Then Lloyd unleashed a right-footed shot from 20 yards out in the 54th minute for what would prove to be the winning tally.
  • Aug. 24, 2008: USA 1, Brazil 0 (OT): The U.S. held Brazil scoreless for 120 minutes and Carli Lloyd took the spotlight with a game-winning goal in the sixth minute of overtime in front of 51,612 at Worker’s Stadium in Beijing. Lloyd’s left-footed strike from just outside the box was the finishing touch for the USA’s third gold medal in four Olympic Games. Goalkeeper Hope Solo made six saves for the clean sheet.
  • Aug. 26, 2004: USA 2, Brazil 1 (OT): Abby Wambach’s snap header from about 12 yards out in the 112th minute flew past Brazil goalkeeper Andreia for the winner as the young Wambach capitalized on Kristine Lilly’s corner kick. Lindsay Tarpley gave the USA a first-half lead in the 39th minute and Brazil’s Pretinha equalized in the 73rd minute. The Athens Olympics served as the final international championship for retiring players such as Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy and Mia Hamm.
  • Aug. 1, 1996: USA 2, China PR 1: Tiffeny Milbrett scored off of a strong setup from Joy Fawcett in the 68th minute to give the USA its first gold medal in front of 76,481 at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. Fawcett attacked down the right side into the penalty area, drew a China defender and slid the ball to a wide open Milbrett. Shannon MacMillan scored the first goal in the 19th minute, rebounding Mia Hamm’s initial shot that was saved by China goalkeeper Hong Gao and deflected off the post. China’s Lihong Zhao tied the score at 1-1 in the 32nd minute.

Interim head coach Jill Ellis has managed four games for the U.S. Women’s National Team, compiling a 2-0-2 record as she manages the team for the remainder of 2012 before Tom Sermanni takes the reins at the start of 2013. The 46-year-old Ellis was appointed as the Development Director for the U.S. Women’s National Teams in January of 2011. She oversees the women’s youth national team program at the U-14, U-15 and U-17 levels. Below are some of her accomplishments as a player and coach.

  • Ellis served as an assistant coach under Pia Sundhage, helping the U.S. Women’s National Team to a gold medal at the 2008 Olympics.
  • Ellis twice coached the U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team, guiding the squad to the CONCACAF title in 2010 and the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Germany.
  • She also had two stints as the head coach of the U.S. U-21 WNT, the second starting in the middle of 2005, after which she guided the team to the Nordic Cup in Sweden. Ellis also coached the U-21s to the Nordic Cup title in Germany in 2000.
  • Ellis spent 12 years as the head coach of the UCLA women’s team, leading the Bruins to eight NCAA Final Fours, including seven in a row from 2003-09. She won six straight conference titles (2003-08) and compiled a 229-45-14 record.
  • She also was the head coach at the University of Illinois in 1997 and 1998.
  • Ellis grew up in Portsmouth, England, and came to the U.S. in 1981 at age 15. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William & Mary in 1988.
  • The former Williams & Mary forward (1984-87) was a third-team All-American in 1987 and an honorable mention all-region selection in 1985.

Chinese Football Association
Founded: 1924 (Joined FIFA in 1931)
Head Coach: Li Xiaopeng
FIFA World Ranking: 19
Best FIFA World Cup Finish: Second Place (1999)
Best Olympics Finish: Second Place (1996)

GOALKEEPERS (2): 1-Zhang Yue (Beijing), 12-Wang Fei (Dalian)
DEFENDERS: 2-Wang Lingling (Beijing), 4-Li Jiayue (Shanghai), 6-Lin Yuping (Army), 14-Wang Dongni (Dalian), 19-Liu Shanshan (Hebei), 20-Huang Yini (Shanghai), 26-Wu Haiyan (Beijing)
MIDFIELDERS: 7-Bi Yan (Dalian), 11-Pu Wei (Shanghai), 18-Han Peng (Tianjin), 21-Wang Lisi (Jiang Su), 23-Ren Guixin (Changchun), 25-Zhang Rui (Army), 33-Zhang Xin (Shanghai)
FORWARDS: 10-Ma Xiaoxu (Dalian), 13-Wang Shanshan (Tianjin), 16-Wang Chen (Beijing), 27-Li Ying (Zhejiang)


  • Six players on China PR’s roster were part of the 2012 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup team earlier this year, including four of its six defenders: Wu Haiyan, Lin Yuping, Liu Shanshan and Huang Yini.
  • Pu Wei played on China’s 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup team that fell to the USA in penalty kicks in the title match. She would later sign with the WUSA’s Washington Freedom.
  • China participated in the 12-team 2012 Algarve Cup in Portugal and wound up with a ninth-place finish, defeating host Portugal 1-0 for its lone victory on March 7. The USA settled for third place in the event with a 4-0 win against Sweden in the third-place match on March 7.
  • China did not qualify for the 2012 London Olympics – the first time the team has failed compete at an Olympic Games. China’s best Olympics finish was in the inaugural 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta, where the team took the silver medal against the gold medal-winning USA.

On the field for the USA:
Dec. 1, 2012 – University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, Ariz. – International Friendly

USA  2   Alex Morgan 1, Megan Rapinoe 38
IRL   0

USA: 1-Hope Solo (21-Jill Loyden, 22; 18-Nicole Barnhart, 46); 2-Heather Mitts (3-Christie Rampone, 46), 16-Rachel Buehler, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 6-Amy LePeilbet; 15-Megan Rapinoe (8-Amy Rodriguez, 59), 7-Shannon Boxx, 10-Carli Lloyd, 12-Lauren Cheney; 13-Alex Morgan (11-Sydney Leroux, 59), 14-Abby Wambach (capt.)
Subs Not Used: 5-Kelley O’Hara
Head coach: Jill Ellis

IRL: 1-Emma Byrne; 7-Mary Therese McDonnell, 3-Megan Campbell, 4-Louise Quinn, 14-Shannon McDonnell; 11-Aine O’Gorman, 6-Niamh Fahey, 18-Ciara Grant (2-Sophie Perry, 46), 10-Julie Ann Russell (15-Ruesha Littlejohn, 58), 13-Diane Caldwell; 12-Denise O’Sullivan (17-Shannon Smyth, 46)
Subs Not Used: 5-Yvonne Tracey, 8-Meabh De Burca, 16-Eve Gbadana
Head coach: Sue Ronan

vs. China PR:
May 27, 2012 – PPL Park; Chester, Pa. – International Friendly

USA   4   Alex Morgan 34, 50; own goal 36; Abby Wambach 83
CHN   1   Zhang Rui 22

USA: 1-Hope Solo; 6-Amy LePeilbet (11-Sydney Leroux, 81), 3-Christie Rampone (capt.) (4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 62), 19-Rachel Buehler, 5-Kelley O’Hara; 9-Heather O’Reilly (8-Amy Rodriguez, 46), 7-Shannon Boxx, 10-Carli Lloyd (12-Lauren Cheney 46), 15-Megan Rapinoe; 13-Alex Morgan, 20-Abby Wambach
Subs not used: 2-Heather Mitts, 14-Meghan Klingenberg, 18-Nicole Barnhart
Head coach: Pia Sundhage

CHN: 1-Zhang Yue; 3-Zhou Gaoping, 4-Li Jiayue, 5-Wang Dongni, 12-Zhao Hongli (17-Pang Fengyue, 85); 6-Ren Guixin (23-Li Wen 56), 14-Liu Shukun, 16-Wang Xin (15-Xu Yanlu, 68; 21-Wang Lisi, 87), 18-Han Peng (19-Zhou Feifei, 39), 25-Zhang Rui (10-Ma Xiaoxu, 78); 11-Lou Jiahui
Subs not used: 22-Wang Fei
Head coach: Hao Wei