Ally Sentnor Scores as U.S. U-20 Women’s Youth National Team Defeats Colombia, 1-0, In Bogotá to Sweep Two-Game Series Against 2024 FIFA U-20 WWC Hosts

Sentnor Scores Sixth U-20 International Goal in 12th Cap

BOGOTÁ, Colombia (Feb. 28, 2024) – The U.S. Under-20 Women’s Youth National Team defeated Colombia, 1-0, on the 13th minute goal from forward Ally Sentnor. The USA also defeated Colombia, 1-0, on Feb. 25 and swept the two-game series against the hosts of the 2024 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup.

A key moment in the closed-door match came in the middle of the first half when U.S. goalkeeper Teagan Wy saved a penalty kick in the 22nd minute to keep the Americans up 1-0. The match saw five yellow cards, two to the USA and three to Colombia. Four of those cautions came in the first half.

The U.S. starting lineup featured four professional players in defender Savy King (Bay FC), midfielder Claire Hutton (Kansas City Current), midfielder Ally Lemos (Orlando Pride) and team captain Ally Sentnor (Utah Royals), who scored her sixth international goal at the U-20 level. Midfielder Riley Jackson (North Carolina Courage) came off the bench in the 57th minute.

-U.S. Under-20 Women’s Youth National Team Match Report-

Match: United States Under-20 Women’s Youth National Team vs. Colombia
Date: February 28, 2024
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Estadio Metropolitano de Techo; Bogota, Colombia
Attendance: Closed Door
Weather: 68 degrees, cloudy, light drizzle

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

USA – Ally Sentnor (Heather Gilchrist)                      13th minute

USA; 1-Teagan Wy; 13-Tessa Dellarose (14-Leah Klenke, 65); 5-Elise Evans, 15-Heather Gilchrist, 3-Savy King; 18-Claire Hutton; 6-Ally Lemos (16-Riley Jackson, 57); 17-Kat Rader (19-Pietra Tordin, 46); 10-Lauren Martinho (20-Sam Courtwright, 89); 7-Giana Riley (11-Taylor Suarez, 57); 9-Ally Sentnor (Capt.) (8-Jordynn Dudley, 80)
Substitutes Not Used: 12-Mackenzie Gress, 4-Reese Klein
Head Coach: Tracey Kevins

COL: 1-Luisa Agudelo; 3-Cristina Motta; 5-Stefania Perlazza (14-Maria Fernanda Viafara, 70); 2-Mary Jose Alvarez (Capt.); 11-Sintia Cabezas (21-Maria Jose Torres, 46) (4-Yunaira Lopez, 70) (20-Maithe Lopez, 89); 6-Liz Osorio; 8-Natalia Hernandez (13-Karen Hernandez, 52); 10-Gabriela Rodriguez (17-Ana Gonzalez, 72); 9-Yesica Muñoz (18-Orianna Quintero, 46); 7-Laura Garavito (16-Greicy Landazury, 70); 15-Karla Torres (19-Valerin Loboa, 70)
Substitutes not used: 12-Valeria Candanoza, 22-Mirna Olaya, 23-Martina Duque
Head coach: Carlos Paniagua

Stats Summary: USA / COL
Shots: 9 / 3
Shots on Goal: 4 / 3
Saves: 3 / 2
Corner Kicks: 0 / 1
Fouls: 9 / 8
Offside: 1 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Savannah King (Caution)                                20th minute
USA – Claire Hutton (Caution)                                   29
COL – Natalia Hernandez (Caution)                          30
COL – Sintia Cabezas (Caution)                                44
COL – Liz Osorio (Caution)                                         90 + 3rd 

Referee: Jenny Arias (COL)
1st Assistant Referee: Maria Fernanda Saldaña (COL)
2nd Assistant Referee: Monica Moreno (COL)
4th Official: Geraldine Benito (COL)

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