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2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship

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USA Advances to 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship Final After 1-0 Win vs. Honduras

BRADENTON, Fla. (Nov. 19, 2018) – The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team booked a second consecutive trip to the Concacaf U-20 Championship title match with a 1-0 win vs. Honduras, who the USA beat in the 2017 final to claim its first regional title at the U-20 level. Despite its defeat, Honduras will join the U.S., Mexico and Panama at the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup by virtue of a better goal difference than fellow Group G participant Cosat Rica.

The U.S. will face Mexico, who edged out Panama to reach the final on fair the play tie-breaker after a 2-2 draw in the day’s earlier game. The 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship title game kicks off on Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. ET (concacafgo.com, UDN) from IMG Academy Stadium.

Having secured its place at the 2019 FIFA Under-20 World Cup on Friday night with a convincing 4-0 win against Costa Rica, the USA slowly imposed its will against Honduras, ultimately claiming over 80 percent possession in the first half, a foundation that allowed the U.S. to tee up seven shots (four on goal) compared to just two shots (one on target) for Honduras.

In a sign of things to come, Ayo Akinola got loose to produce the first clear cut chance for the U.S. but sent his header inches wide midway through the first half. Soon after, a well-rehearsed corner kick routine by the USA teed up Alex Mendez to shoot from close range, but he couldn’t get enough power on his shot to tuck it beneath the on-rushing goalkeeper, who again did well at the stroke of half time to deny Sebastian Soto after the U.S. forward had got behind the Honduras defense.

Knotted at 0-0 to begin the second half, the game continued much the way the first 45 ended with the USA taking the attacking initiative and Honduras attempting to counter. But a long, diagonal ball over the Honduras defense from Brandon Servania finally unlocked their backline in the 51st minute and allowed Akinola to race in from the right wing to collect the ball that had rolled into the top right corner of the box. The USA forward chopped a well-placed one-timer past the out-stretched hand of Reyes and just inside the left post for the 1-0 lead and his seventh goal of the tournament.

As the clock ticked along both teams began to be more cautious about going forward; Honduras in an effort not to concede too many goals and lose its place in the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup, and the U.S. in a wise effort to kill the game and secure its place in the 2018 Concacaf Championship title game. U.S. head coach Tab Ramos made all three available subs in the final 15 minutes to help steer the 1-0 lead into a 1-0 victory the will put the USA in the Concacaf U-20 title match for the third time in the last four editions under his guidance.

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Ayo Akinola (Brandon Servania), 51st minute:
From inside his own half, U.S. midfielder Brandon Servania spotted the run of Akinola down the right flank and sent a long diagonal ball in his direction. Honduras’ left back nearly intercepted the pass but succeeded only in knocking it down for Akinola to smack a one-time shot from the top corner of the box beyond the grasp of Honduras goalkeeper Oscar Reyes and into the bottom left corner for what proved to be the match winner. USA 1, HON 0 [WATCH] FINAL

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NOTES:

  • With the result, U.S. head coach Tab Ramos moves to 19-3-2 all-time in Concacaf U-20 Championship play and has led the team to four straight World Cups.
  • The USA is unbeaten in its last 12 Concacaf U-20 Championship matches dating back to the opener of 2017, establishing a new team record for longest stretch without a loss in this tournament. Previously, the USA went unbeaten in 10 games from the opener of 2005 (5-0-1), 2007 (2-0-1), before falling to Costa Rica in the 2009 final after going 2-0-2.
  • The USA now has a 2-4-4 all-time record versus Honduras in this competition, including scoreless draws in the last three meetings, two wins on PKs, and a few matches of significance:
    • In the 1980 semifinal, the USA edged Honduras on PKs to advance to its first FIFA Youth Championship (now U-20 World Cup). In 1983, the USA fell in the final, but Honduras was later disqualified for age irregularities and the USA advanced to that World Cup. In 2017 the USA defeated Honduras on penalty kicks to win its first Concacaf U-20 Championship. 
  • Ayo Akinola scored his seventh goal of the tournament, drawing him into a tie with Ulysses Llanez for the team lead.
  • Akinola and Llanez’s seven goals leave them one shy of the USA’s tournament high of eight, set by Ricky Davis in 1978.
  • David Ochoa earned his second shutout in as many games played this tournament. It was also the team’s fifth of the competition.
  • Ramos made four changes from the team that started vs Costa Rica: Ochoa for Brady Scott; Frankie Amaya for Juan Pablo Torres; Ayo Akinola for Uly Llanez; and Chris Richards made his tournament debut in place of Matt Real.
  • Mark McKenzie served as captain, his second time this tournament (also vs. Suriname)
  • Paxton Pomykal and Justin Rennicks appeared in their team-high seventh game. 
  • Chris Gloster made his team-high sixth start. 
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U-20 MNT Nov 19, 2018

PREVIEW: USA Meets Honduras for Shot at 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship Title Game | 8pm ET | Concacaf GO, UDN

U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team
2018 CONCACAF Men’s U-20 Championship
IMG Academy, Bradenton, Fla.
Nov. 1-21, 2018 

Having secured its a spot at the 2019 FIFA Under-20 World Cup with a 4-0 win over Costa Rica last Friday, the USA now sets its sights at returning to the Concacaf U-20 Championship title game when they face Honduras Monday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. ET at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

The contest is a rematch of the 2017 Concacaf U-20 Championship final, in which the USA defeated Honduras on penalty kicks to win its first-ever regional title. The USA needs a draw or win Monday night to return to the 2018 title game, while Honduras is looking to secure the final Concacaf berth at the U-20 World Cup, which they would obtain with a win, draw, or loss by three goals or less.

Mexico and Panama have also qualified for the World Cup, and on Monday they’ll meet at 5:30 p.m, also at IMG Academy, to determine who advances to the Concacaf final from Group H.

The matches can be watched live on Univision Deportes Network and the Concacaf GO App. Fans can also follow the USA’s game via U.S. Soccer’s official Facebook, twitter (ussoccer_ynt) and Instagram (ussoccer_ynt) accounts.

QUALIFICATION STAGE:  
A Concacaf record 34 nations competed in the Group Stage of the tournament from Nov. 1-10, with the winners of the six groups after round robin play advancing to the Qualification Stage.

As determined at the tournament draw in September, the USA, winner of Group A, is matched with the winners of Group C (Honduras) and E (Costa Rica) in the Qualification Stage, forming Group G.

  • Tues., Nov. 13: Honduras 1-1 Costa Rica
  • Friday, Nov. 16: USA 4-0 Costa Rica
  • Monday, Nov. 19: USA vs Honduras (8:00 p.m.)

Group H consists of Mexico (winner, Group B), Panama (winner, Group D), and El Salvador (winner, Group F).

  • Tues., Nov. 13: Panama 1-0 El Salvador
  • Friday, Nov. 16: El Salvador 0-1 Mexico
  • Monday, Nov. 19: Mexico vs Panama (5:30 p.m.)

After the triangular round robin, the top two from each group will qualify for the 2019 FIFA Under-20 World Cup and the group winners will meet in the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship final on Nov. 21.

HOW WE GOT HERE:
Nov. 1: USA 7-1 Puerto Rico (Goals: Ayo Akinola (2), Alex Mendez, Paxton Pomykal, Justin Rennicks, Ulysses Llanez, own goal)
Nov. 3: USA 13-0 U.S. Virgin Islands (Llanez (3), Rennicks (2), Mark McKenzie (2), Anthony Fontana, Griffin Dorsey, Akinola, Pomykal, Mendez, Manny Perez)
Nov. 5: USA 6-1 Trinidad and Tobago (Brandon Servania, Pomykal, Mendez, Llanez, Juan Pablo Torres, own goal)
Nov. 7: USA 6-0 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Fontana (3), Torres, Llanez, Servania)
Nov. 9: USA 7-0 Suriname (Akinola (2), Mendez (2), McKenzie, Torres, Rennicks)

NOTES:

  • Nineteen of the 20 players on the U.S. roster for the Group Stage started at least two matches, with only goalkeeper David Ochoa starting one.
  • Paxton Pomykal and Justin Rennicks were the only two players to play in all five matches.
  • The USA led all teams with 39 goals scored in the group stage, followed by Mexico (31) and Honduras (30).
  • The 37 goal differential was also highest, with Mexico (29) and Honduras (25) next.
  • Eleven different USA players scored goals in the group stage, with 9 scoring two or more.
    • Goalscorers: Llanez (6), Akinola (5), Mendez (5), Fontana (4), Rennicks (4), McKenzie (3), Pomykal (3), Torres (3), Servania (2), Griffin (1), Perez (1), own goals (2).
    • Thirteen players contributed assisted, led by Rennicks (6), Llanez (4), Mendez (3) and Griffin (3).
    • With five wins, the USA is unbeaten in its last 10 Concacaf U-20 Championship matches dating back to the opener of 2017.
    • U.S. head coach Tab Ramos is to 17-3-2 all-time in Concacaf U-20 Championship play.
    • The USA are defending champs, capturing its first Concacaf U-20 Championship in March 2017, defeating Honduras in penalty kicks in the final in Costa Rica.
    • Prior to last year, the USA’s best finish was second place, accomplished six times (most recently in 2013).
    • The USA is tied with Mexico for most appearances by a Concacaf nation at the U-20 World Cup with 15 each (out of 21 total), and the U.S. has qualified for 10 of the last 11 tournaments.

ROSTER CHANGES:
Per tournament rules, teams were permitted to make up to six changes to its roster after the group stage. The USA made three adjustments, bringing in defenders Sergiño Dest and Chris Richards as well as forward Sebastian Soto to replace Isaac Angking, Griffin Dorsey and Anthony Fontana.

Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and Panama each made one roster move ahead of the Qualification Stage. FINAL ROSTERS

USA 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship Qualification Stage (ROSTER NOTES):
GOALKEEPERS (2): 12-David Ochoa (Real Salt Lake; Oxnard, Calif.), 1-Brady Scott (FC Koln/GER; Petaluma, Calif.)

DEFENDERS (8): 22-Sergiño Dest (Ajax/NED; Almere-Stad, Netherlands), 3-Chris Gloster (Hannover 96/GER; South Orange, N.J.), 2-Jaylin Lindsey (Sporting KC; Charlotte, N.C.), 4-Mark McKenzie (Philadelphia Union; Bear, Del.), 14-Manny Perez (N.C. State; Garner, N.C.), 5-Matthew Real (Philadelphia Union; Drexel Hill, Pa.), 26-Chris Richards (Bayern Munich/GER; Hoover, Ala.), 19-Sam Rogers (Seattle Sounders FC; Seattle, Wash.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): 20-Frankie Amaya (UCLA; Santa Ana, Calif.), 16-Julian Araujo (LA Galaxy; Lompoc, Calif.), 8-Alex Mendez (SC Freiburg/GER; Los Angeles, Calif.), 10-Paxton Pomykal (FC Dallas; Highland Village, Tex.), 6-Brandon Servania (FC Dallas; Birmingham, Ala.), 7-Juan Pablo Torres (K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-Vlaanderen/BEL; Lilburn, Ga.)

FORWARDS (4): 17-Ayo Akinola (Toronto FC/CAN; Detroit, Mich.), 11-Ulysses Llanez (Unattached; Lynwood, Calif.), 9-Justin Rennicks (Indiana Univ.; Hamilton, Mass.), 23-Sebastian Soto (Hannover 96/GER; San Diego, Calif.)

Prior to the start of the tournament, the USA made one change from the initial roster. Real Salt Lake goalkeeper David Ochoa replaced CJ Dos Santos, who was recalled by his club, Benfica. 

COSTA RICA NOTES:

  • Costa Rica won Group E with 12 points off wins over Bermuda (5-0), Barbados (2-0), Haiti (1-0), and Saint Lucia (6-0).
  • Costa Rica is the only team to not concede a goal during the group stage.
  • Top goal scorers: Luis Ronaldo Araya (3 goals) and Carlos Villegas (2 goals). Nine players scored one goal.
  • Costa Rica has won the Concacaf U-20 Championship twice: 1988 and 2009
  • Costa Rica has qualified for nine FIFA U-20 World Cups, last qualifying in 2017 along with the USA, Mexico and Honduras.
  • Costa Rica came from behind to tie 10-man Honduras 1-1 in the first game of the Qualification Stage on Tuesday, Nov. 13 on a goal by Andres Gomez.  
  • The USA and Costa Rica have met 11 times in this tournament, entering Friday’s match with a record of 4-3-4 against the Ticos:
    • Aug. 29, 1982: USA 0-0 Costa Rica
    • Aug. 31, 1984: USA 0-0 Costa Rica
    • April 9, 1988: USA 0-1 Costa Rica
    • April 20, 1988: USA 1-3 Costa Rica
    • April 29, 1990: USA 2-0 Costa Rica
    • May 7, 1992: USA 2-0 Cost Rica
    • Aug. 5, 1998: USA 1-1 Costa Rica
    • March 20, 2001: USA 1-1 Costa Rica
    • Jan. 16, 2005: USA 2-0 Costa Rica
    • March 15, 2009 (Final): USA 0-3 Costa Rica
    • Feb. 13, 2013: USA 1-0 Costa Rica

HONDURAS NOTES:

  • Honduras won Group C with 15 points off wins over: Dominican Republic (7-1), Sint Maarten (12-0), Cuba (3-1), Belize (4-0) and Antigua & Barbuda (4-3).
  • The 30 goals were good for third behind the USA and Mexico in group play.
  • Top goal scorers: Josue Villafranca (6 goals), Luis Palma (5 goals) and Carlos Mejia (5 goals).
  • On Tuesday, Honduras held on to tie Costa Rica 1-1 in each side’s Qualification Stage opener. Villafranca scored early. Defender Mariano Alvarez was issued a red card.
  • Honduras has won the Concacaf U-20 Championship twice: 1982 and 1994
  • Honduras has qualified for eight FIFA U-20 World Cups, including the last two.
  • The USA has a 1-4-4 all-time record versus Honduras in this competition, including scoreless draws in the last three meetings, two wins on PKs, and a few matches of significance:
  • In the 1980 semifinal, the USA edged Honduras on PKs to advance to its first FIFA Youth Championship (now U-20 World Cup). In 1983, the USA fell to los Catrachos in the final, but Honduras was later disqualified for age irregularities and the USA advanced to that World Cup. Finally, in 2017 the USA defeated Honduras on penalty kicks to win its first Concacaf U-20 Championship. 
    • Oct. 3, 1976: USA 0-1 Honduras
    • Dec. 12, 1978: USA 1-2 Honduras
    • Aug. 15, 1980: USA 0-0 Honduras (8-7 Pks)
    • Sept. 5, 1983 (Final): USA 0-1 Honduras
    • Aug. 21, 1984: USA 1-2 Honduras
    • May 12, 1992: USA 4-0 Honduras
    • April 19, 1996: USA 0-0 Honduras
    • March 8, 2009: USA 0-0 Honduras
    • March 25, 2017 (Final): USA 0-0 Honduras (5-3 pks)

GROUP H PREVIEW:

Mexico:

  • Mexico won Group B on goal differential over Jamaica after both teams tied with 13 points, including a 2-2 draw in their meeting. Mexico also defeated Nicaragua (7-0), Saint Martin (4-0), Grenada (8-0), and Aruba (10-0).
  • Their 31 goals and 29 goal differential were second to the USA in the group stage.
  • Jose Macias leads the tournament with 10 goals. Other top scorers: Daniel López (5 goals) and Edgar López (3 goals).
  • Mexico has won the Concacaf Championship 13 times, most recently in 2015.
  • Mexico is tied with the USA in qualifying for 15 FIFA U-20 World Cups, including the last four.

El Salvador:

  • El Salvador won Group F with a 3-1-0 record and nine points: Curaçao (2-1), Cayman Islands (301), Guatemala ((2-1) and Guyana (L 0-2).
  • Top scorers: Siliazar Henríquez (2 goals).
  • El Salvador lost its Qualification Stage opener to Panama 1-0 on Tuesday.
  • El Salvador won its only Concacaf U-20 Championship in 1964.
  • El Salvador qualified for its only FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2013.

Panama:

  • Panama swept its five matches to win Group D, defeating Guadelupe (4-0), Martinique (5-1), Canada (2-1), Dominica (4-0) and St. Kitts & Nevis (2-1).
  • Top scorers: Saed Diaz and Diego Valanta with four goals each.
  • Panama defeated El Salvador 1-0 in the Qualification Stage opener on a goal by second half sub Axel McKenzie.
  • Panama has never won the Concacaf U-20 Championship, but they have qualified for four FIFA U-20 World Cups, most recently in 2011.
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U-20 MNT Nov 19, 2018
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As Latest U-20 MNT Crop Looks to Qualify for World Cup, Alums are Well-Represented with MNT

After rolling through the group stage earlier this month, the U-20 MNT opens the two-game Qualifying Round of the 2018 CONCACAF U-20 Championship on Friday night against Costa Rica at IMG Academy Stadium in Bradenton, Fla.

Thanks to a 1-1 draw in the group opener between Costa Rica and Honduras, should Tab Ramos’ side defeat either team they will book their ticket to next year’s FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.

The trip through Concacaf’s qualifying tournament and ultimately the World Cup has long been a rite of passage for many as they work their way up to the U.S. Men’s National Team. That journey is well represented in the current roster that will close 2018 on Tuesday evening against Italy in Genk, Belgium.

More than half the players currently in camp – 16 of 26, to be exact -- have taken part in a previous Concacaf U-20 Championship or FIFA U-20 World Cup. Even more promising is that 11 of those players were part of the last two cycles in which the USA advanced to the World Cup Quarterfinals before falling narrowly on both occasions.

While in the early stages of their international journey, the U-20 MNT can certainly look to the current MNT pool for inspiration of what may come for them with the senior team.

Current MNT Roster U-20 MNT Experience

Player

Concacaf U-20 Championship

FIFA U-20 World Cup

Kellyn Acosta

2015

2013, 2015

Tyler Adams

2017

2017

Cameron Carter-Vickers

2015

2015, 2017

Luca de la Torre

2017

2017

Marky Delgado

-

2015

Romain Gall

2015

-

Ethan Horvath

2015

-

Jonathan Klinsmann

2017

2017

Sebastian Lletget

2011

-

Matt Miazga

2015

2015

Shaq Moore

2015

2015

Josh Sargent

-

2017

Wil Trapp

2013

2013

Jorge Villafaña

2009

2009

Bobby Wood

2011

-

DeAndre Yedlin

-

2013

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MNT U-20 MNT Nov 16, 2018
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GK Brady Scott Ready to Lead USA to 2019 U-20 World Cup

At the end of a training session during the U-20 MNT’s pre-Concacaf U-20 Championship camp in Lakewood Ranch, Fla., goalkeeper Brady Scott lined up 20 balls at the top of the six-yard box. He asked a teammate to be a target in the midfield circle.

Taking a few steps run-up each time, Brady hit ten with his right foot, and then ten with his left. His teammate barely had to moved to trap each long ball.   

“I was first stuck in the net when I was in U-9,” Brady explained. “We had no goalkeeper and everyone was kind of scared of playing goalkeeper, so I stepped up. And I played half the time on the field and half the time in goal until U-13, and that’s when I started specializing as just a goalkeeper. So that was a huge part of me developing my feet, playing on the field half of the time.” 

It’s hard to imagion that he’s only been playing goalkeeper full-time for six years, especially when considering how far that move has taken him since.

It didn’t take long for coaches to realize Brady’s potential in net. He was already excelling at goalkeeper while at Development Academy side Marin FC in Northern California, and as he grew so did his hunger to continue improving after switching to De Anza Force Development Academy in Santa Clara. 

“De Anza was a very good platform for me to develop,” Scotts said. “I was taken in by coach Shaun Tsakiris, and he really gave me the confidence to play out of the back and be more tactical and be more effective on the field. Playing Academy games every weekend, it was a great platform to develop and become a better soccer player.”

Youth National Team scouts first brought him in to a National Talent ID Center as a U-15, and he’s continued impressing since. And the last year and half has been a whirlwind.

With an offer to play at the University of Virginia, Scott, who had previously trained with youth clubs in England and the Netherlands, was invited to tryout by German Bundesliga club FC Koln in the spring of 2017. He practiced with the reserves for a few days and then played with them in a friendly match. The club saw enough and shortly after made him an offer.

But first, he was called into the U-20 MNT ahead of the 2017 Concacaf U-20 Championship in Costa Rica. While only two goalkeepers made that roster, he had shown coach Tab Ramos enough and was then added as the third goalkeeper for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Korea Republic. 

Brady Scott
U-20 MNT GK Brady Scott in warm-ups ahead of the USA's second group game at the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship.  

“I was honored to be part of that group,” Brady says of his U-20 World Cup experience, where he backed up Jonathan Klinsmann and JT Marcinkowski. “Participating in a World Cup was amazing, being in all the stadium and seeing what the atmospheres like and how quick – the speed of play is at a World Cup – it was something that I’d never seen before. That was really eye opening.”

Not long after the World Cup he officially joined FC Köln (referred to as FC Cologne in English), becoming the latest American youth international to join a club in Germany.

“My first year at FC Koln has been fantastic,” he said, his team now in the Bundesliga II. “(“I am”) really adjusting to the speed of play and what it’s like to play in Germany. It’s not necessarily that the players are so much more technical, it’s that everyone thinks so much faster and you have to be on your toes.”

While mostly playing games with the reserve team, which plays in the fourth division, Regionalliga, he trains regularly with the club’s first team. 

“For me to be in there every single day, training with guys like Jonus Hector and first teamer Timo Horn…it’s been really great for me to not only hear it from a coach, but hear from an actual, starting Bundesliga goalkeeper,” he said. “Doing a drill with him, seeing what he does, and trying to implement that – it’s been a real positive experience and it’s been very positive for my development.”

A year and a half ago he was in school playing in the Development Academy, deciding between UVA or turning pro, and gaining international experience at a World Cup. Now he’s counted on as a leader of the U-20 MNT looking to defend its Concacaf title and qualify for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

“It’s gone by really fast,” he admits. “I feel like just a couple months ago I was just a high school student playing Academy, but as I sit here now I try to use all of the experiences that I’ve had – everything that I’ve seen, all the trainings and games I’ve played in – and just try to lead by example and help lead this team to winning it all.” 
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U-20 MNT Nov 15, 2018
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USA Makes Three Roster Changes for 2018 Concacaf U20 Championship Qualification Stage

CHICAGO (Nov. 11, 2018) – U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team head coach Tab Ramos made three changes to the team’s roster ahead of the Qualification Stage of the 2018 Concacaf Under-20 Championship, bringing in defenders Sergiño Dest and Chris Richards as well as forward Sebastian Soto to replace Isaac Angking, Griffin Dorsey and Anthony Fontana.

“We needed to make a couple of moves at this time to address depth needed in certain positions for specific situations which may arise in the second round,” Ramos said. “We certainly feel that the players we let go were highly productive in helping to get the team to this point and will continue to be part of our process moving forward.”

The USA swept its five Group A matches of the tournament, defeating Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Trinidad & Tobago, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Suriname by a combined 39-2 score.

As group winner, the USA now moves on to the Qualification Stage, along with the winners of the other five groups: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico and Panama. Per tournament rules, teams could make up to six roster changes following the group stage.

As determined at the tournament draw in September, the USA, winner of Group A, is matched with the winners of Group C (Honduras) and E (Costa Rica) in the Qualification Stage, forming Group G. Group H will consist of Panama (winner, Group D), El Salvador (winner, Group F), and Mexico (winner, Group B). After the triangular round robin, the top two from each group will qualify for the 2019 FIFA Under-20 World Cup and the winners will meet in the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship final on Nov. 21.

Up Next: The U-20 MNT will face Costa Rica on Friday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. ET and Honduras on Monday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. ET at IMG Academy Stadium in Bradenton, Fla. The matches can be watched live on Univision Deportes Network and the Concacaf GO App. Fans can also follow along via U.S. Soccer’s official Facebook, twitter (ussoccer_ynt) and Instagram (ussoccer_ynt) accounts.

USA Roster for 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship Qualification Stage:
GOALKEEPERS (2): 12-David Ochoa (Real Salt Lake; Oxnard, Calif.), 1-Brady Scott (FC Koln/GER; Petaluma, Calif.)

DEFENDERS (8): 22-Sergiño Dest (Ajax/NED; Almere-Stad, Netherlands), 3-Chris Gloster (Hannover 96/GER; South Orange, N.J.), 2-Jaylin Lindsey (Sporting KC; Charlotte, N.C.), 4-Mark McKenzie (Philadelphia Union; Bear, Del.), 14-Manny Perez (N.C. State; Garner, N.C.), 5-Matthew Real (Philadelphia Union; Drexel Hill, Pa.), 26-Chris Richards (Bayern Munich/GER; Hoover, Ala.), 19-Sam Rogers (Seattle Sounders FC; Seattle, Wash.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): 20-Frankie Amaya (UCLA; Santa Ana, Calif.), 16-Julian Araujo (LA Galaxy; Lompoc, Calif.), 8-Alex Mendez (SC Freiburg/GER; Los Angeles, Calif.), 10-Paxton Pomykal (FC Dallas; Highland Village, Tex.), 6-Brandon Servania (FC Dallas; Birmingham, Ala.), 7-Juan Pablo Torres (K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-Vlaanderen/BEL; Lilburn, Ga.)

FORWARDS (4): 17-Ayo Akinola (Toronto FC/CAN; Detroit, Mich.), 11-Ulysses Llanez (Unattached; Lynwood, Calif.), 9-Justin Rennicks (Indiana Univ.; Hamilton, Mass.), 23-Sebastian Soto (Hannover 96/GER; San Diego, Calif.)

Prior to the start of the tournament, the USA made one change from the initial roster. Real Salt Lake goalkeeper David Ochoa replaced CJ Dos Santos, who was recalled by his club, Benfica. 

ROSTER NOTES

  • The USA roster consists of 16 players representing pro clubs from five different countries: Belgium, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA.
  • Nine players represent seven MLS clubs: FC Dallas (2), Philadelphia Union (2), LA Galaxy (1), Real Salt Lake (1), Seattle Sounders (1), Sporting KC (1), and Toronto FC (1).
  • Five players represent clubs in Germany: Chris Gloster (Hannover 96), Alex Mendez (SC Freiburg), Chris Richards (Bayern Munich), Brady Scott (FC Koln), Sebastian Soto (Hannover 96)
  • Defender Chris Richards is a FC Dallas homegrown player on loan to Bundesliga side Bayern Munich. He is the third FC Dallas player on the roster, along with Brandon Servania and Paxton Pomykal.
  • Three players are NCAA athletes: Justin Rennicks (Indiana), Manny Perez (N.C. State), and Frankie Amaya (UCLA).
  • Julian Araujo, Ulysses Llanez and David Ochoa, all 17, are the youngest players on the roster and are age-eligible for the 2021 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
  • Goalkeeper Brady Scott is the only returning player from the USA’s 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup team after serving as the team’s third ‘keeper in Korea Republic.
  • Four players were part of the USA’s 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup team that fell to eventual champion England in the quarterfinals in India: defenders Chris Gloster, Jaylin Lindsey and Sergiño Dest, and forward Ayo Akinola.
  • Lindsey was named to the 2017 Concacaf U-17 Championship Best XI after helping the USA to a second-place finish and a World Cup berth.
  • Eighteen of 20 players have spent time playing in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
  • In addition to eight players from U.S.-based MLS teams that came up through their respective academies, ten other players last played for the following DA sides: Amaya (Pateadores), Gloster (New York Red Bulls), Llanez (LA Galaxy), Mendez (LA Galaxy), Perez (Capital Area Railhawks Academy), Rennicks (New England Revolution), Richards (FC Dallas), Scott (De Anza Force), Soto (Real Salt Lake), Torres (Georgia United).
  • Ulysses Llanez was named 2018 U-16/17 Development Academy West Conference Player of the Year and Manny Perez was the 2015/16 East Conference Player of the Year.
  • Paxton Pomykal and Brandon Servania were part of the FC Dallas U-15/16 team that won the 2016 Development Academy Championship. Pomykal was also part of the club’s U17/18 team that also won the championship that year.
  • Before joining the FC Dallas youth set-up, Chris Richards won the 2017 DA U-18 Championship as a member of Texans SC Houston.
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U-20 MNT Nov 11, 2018

Schedule

Date Time Matchup Venue Watch

Results

Date Matchup Result Venue Attendance Goal Scorers
1-0 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. 2,100 Akinola
4-0 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. Mendez, Llanez, Torres, Akinola
7-0 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. Mendez(2), McKenzie, Akinola(2), Rennicks, Torres
6-0 W IMG Soccer Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. 130 Torres, Llanez, Fontana(3), Servania
6-1 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. 1,100 Servania, Homer(og), Pomykal, Mendez, Llanez, Torres
13-0 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. 620

Dorsey, Akinola, Llanez(3), Fontana, Rennicks(2), Mckenzie(2), Pomykal, Mendez, Perez

7-1 W IMG Academy Stadium; Bradenton, Fla. Cardona(og), Mendez, Pomykal, Rennicks, Akinola(2), Llanez

2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship - Nov. 1-21 - Bradenton, Fla.

PLAYER POS. HT. WT. BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN CLUB/COLLEGE
F 5-10 183 Detroit, Mich. Toronto FC
F 5-4 140 Santa Ana, Calif. UCLA
M 5-10 160 Providence, R.I. New England Revolution
D 5-9 155 Lompoc, Calif. LA Galaxy
D 5-7 136 Almere-Stad, Netherlands Ajax (Netherlands)
F 6-0 160 Evergreen, Colo. Indiana Univ.
M 5-8 155 Newark, Del. Philadelphia Union
D 6-0 155 South Orange, N.J. Hanover 96 (Germany)
D 5-9 170 Charlotte, N.C. Sporting Kansas City
F 5-8 150 Lynwood, Calif. unattached
D 5-11 185 Bear, Del. Philadelphia Union
M 5-10 147 Los Angeles, Calif. SC Frieburg (Germany)
GK 6-2 174 Oxnard, Calif. Real Salt Lake
D 6-0 150 Garner, N.C. N.C. State
M 5-8 150 Highland Village, Texas FC Dallas
D 5-11 160 Drexel Hill, Pa. Philadelphia Union
F 5-11 158 Hamilton, Mass. Indiana Univ.
D 6-3 185 Hoover, Ala. FC Dallas
D 6-3 182 Seattle, Wash. Seattle Sounders
GK 6-1 161 Petaluma, Calif. FC Köln (Germany)
M 5-11 165 Birmingham, Ala. FC Dallas
F 6-0 160 Carlsbad, Calif. Real Salt Lake AZ
M 5-8 158 Lilburn, Ga. Lokoren (Belgium)

2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship - Nov. 1-21 - Bradenton, Fla.

Ayo Akinola

Position:
Forward

Height:
5-10

Weight:
183

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

Club:
Toronto FC

Frankie Amaya

Position:
Forward

Height:
5-4

Weight:
140

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Santa Ana, Calif.

Club:
UCLA

Isaac Angking

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-10

Weight:
160

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Providence, R.I.

Club:
New England Revolution

Julian Araujo

Position:
Defender

Height:
5-9

Weight:
155

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Lompoc, Calif.

Club:
LA Galaxy

Sergino Dest

Position:
Defender

Height:
5-7

Weight:
136

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Almere-Stad, Netherlands

Club:
Ajax (Netherlands)

Griffin Dorsey

Position:
Forward

Height:
6-0

Weight:
160

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Evergreen, Colo.

Club:
Indiana Univ.

Anthony Fontana

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-8

Weight:
155

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Newark, Del.

Club:
Philadelphia Union

Chris Gloster

Position:
Defender

Height:
6-0

Weight:
155

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
South Orange, N.J.

Club:
Hanover 96 (Germany)

Jaylin Lindsey

Position:
Defender

Height:
5-9

Weight:
170

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Charlotte, N.C.

Club:
Sporting Kansas City

Ulysses Llanez

Position:
Forward

Height:
5-8

Weight:
150

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Lynwood, Calif.

Club:
unattached

Mark McKenzie

Position:
Defender

Height:
5-11

Weight:
185

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Bear, Del.

Club:
Philadelphia Union

Alex Mendez

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-10

Weight:
147

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Los Angeles, Calif.

Club:
SC Frieburg (Germany)

David Ochoa

Position:
Goalkeeper

Height:
6-2

Weight:
174

Birthdate:

Position:
Goalkeeper

Hometown:
Oxnard, Calif.

Club:
Real Salt Lake

Manny Perez

Position:
Defender

Height:
6-0

Weight:
150

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Garner, N.C.

Club:
N.C. State

Paxton Pomykal

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-8

Weight:
150

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Highland Village, Texas

Club:
FC Dallas

Matthew Real

Position:
Defender

Height:
5-11

Weight:
160

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Drexel Hill, Pa.

Club:
Philadelphia Union

Justin Rennicks

Position:
Forward

Height:
5-11

Weight:
158

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Hamilton, Mass.

Club:
Indiana Univ.

Chris Richards

Position:
Defender

Height:
6-3

Weight:
185

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Hoover, Ala.

Club:
FC Dallas

Samuel Rogers

Position:
Defender

Height:
6-3

Weight:
182

Birthdate:

Position:
Defender

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

Club:
Seattle Sounders

Brady Scott

Position:
Goalkeeper

Height:
6-1

Weight:
161

Birthdate:

Position:
Goalkeeper

Hometown:
Petaluma, Calif.

Club:
FC Köln (Germany)

Brandon Servania

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-11

Weight:
165

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Birmingham, Ala.

Club:
FC Dallas

Sebastian Soto

Position:
Forward

Height:
6-0

Weight:
160

Birthdate:

Position:
Forward

Hometown:
Carlsbad, Calif.

Club:
Real Salt Lake AZ

Juan Pablo Torres

Position:
Midfielder

Height:
5-8

Weight:
158

Birthdate:

Position:
Midfielder

Hometown:
Lilburn, Ga.

Club:
Lokoren (Belgium)

Group A

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
United States 5 5 0 0 39 2 37 15
Suriname 5 3 2 0 21 12 9 9
Puerto Rico 5 3 2 0 16 15 1 9
Trinidad & Tobago
5 3 2 0 12 11 1 9
St. Vincent 5 1 4 0 8 15 -7 3
U.S. Virgin Islands 5 0 5 0 2 40 -38 0

Group B

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Mexico 5 4 0 1 31 2 29 13
Jamaica 5 4 0 1 24 3 21 13
Grenada 5 2 3 0 7 14 -7 6
Nicaragua 5 2 3 0 4 13 -9 6
Aruba
5 1 3 1 6 20 -14 4
Saint Martin 5 0 4 1 3 23 -20 1

Group C

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Honduras 5 5 0 0 30 5 25 15
Cuba 5 4 1 0 19 5 14 12
Dominican Republic
5 3 2 0 23 10 13 9
Antigua & Barbuda 5 2 3 0 10 11 -1 6
Belize 5 1 4 0 4 19 -15 3
Sint Maarten 5 0 5 0 4 41 -37 0

Group D

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Panama 5 5 0 0 17 3 14 15
Canada 5 3 2 0 10 6 4 9
Guadeloupe 5 3 2 0 9 8 1 9
Dominica 5 2 3 0 5 14 -9 6
St. Kitts & Nevis
5 1 4 0 7 10 -3 3
Martinique 5 1 4 0 4 11 -7 3

Group E

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Costa Rica 4 4 0 0 14 0 14 12
Haiti 4 3 1 0 9 1 8 9
Saint Lucia 4 2 2 0 3 8 -5 6
Barbados 4 0 3 1 1 8 -7 1
Bermuda 4 0 3 1 0 10 -10 1

Group F

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
El Salvador 4 3 1 0 7 5 2 9
Guatemala
4 2 1 1 10 5 5 7
Curacao 4 2 2 0 10 10 0 6
Cayman Islands
4 1 2 1 8 11 -3 4
Guyana 4 1 3 0 7 11 -4 3

Group A Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 1 Trinidad vs. St. Vincent 3-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 1 Suriname vs. U.S. Virgin Islands 13-2
IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 1 United States vs. Puerto Rico 7-1 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 3 Puerto Rico vs. Trinidad 1-5 IMG Soccer Complex -  Field 2
Nov. 3 St. Vincent vs. Suriname 1-2 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 3 U.S. Virgin Islands vs. United States 0-13 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 5 St. Vincent vs. U.S. Virgin Islands 3-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 5 Suriname vs. Puerto Rico 1-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 5 United States vs. Trinidad 6-1 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 7 Puerto Rico vs. U.S. Virgin Islands 8-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 7 Trinidad vs. Suriname 0-2 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 7 St. Vincent vs. United States
0-6 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 9 Puerto Rico vs. St. Vincent 4-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 9 U.S. Virgin Islands vs. Trinidad 0-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 9 United States vs. Suriname 7-0 IMG Academy Stadium

Group B Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 2 Aruba vs. Saint Martin 1-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 2 Jamaica vs. Grenada 1-0 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 2 Mexico vs. Nicaragua 7-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 4 Nicaragua vs. Jamaica 0-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 4 Grenada vs. Aruba
0-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 4 Saint Martin vs. Mexico 0-4 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 6 Grenada vs. Saint Martin 5-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 6 Aruba vs. Nicaragua 1-2 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 6 Mexico vs. Jamaica 2-2 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 8 Nicaragua vs. Saint Martin 2-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 8 Grenada vs. Mexico 0-8 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 8 Jamaica vs. Aruba 7-1 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 10 Nicaragua vs. Grenada 0-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 10 Saint Martin vs. Jamaica 0-11 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 10 Mexico vs. Aruba  10-0 IMG Academy Stadium

Group C Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 1 Cuba vs. Belize 6-1
IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 1 Antigua vs. Sint Maarten 6-1
IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 1 Honduras vs. Dominican Republic 7-1
IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 3 Dominican Republic vs. Cuba 1-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 3 Belize vs. Antigua 0-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 3 Sint Maarten vs. Honduras 0-12 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 5 Belize vs. Sint Maarten 4-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 5 Antigua vs. Dominican Republic 0-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 5 Honduras vs. Cuba 3-1 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 7 Dominican Republic vs. Sint Maarten 12-1
IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 7 Belize vs. Honduras 0-4 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 7 Cuba vs. Antigua 3-0 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 9 Dominican Republic vs. Belize 6-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 9 Sint Maarten vs. Cuba 0-7 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 9 Honduras vs. Antigua 4-3 IMG Soccer Stadium

Group D Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 2 St. Kitts vs. Martinique 0-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 2 Canada vs. Dominica 4-0 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 2 Panama vs. Guadeloupe  4-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 4 Guadeloupe vs. Canada 1-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 4 Dominica vs. St. Kitts 3-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 4 Martinique vs. Panama 1-5 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 6 Dominica vs. Martinique 2-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 6 St. Kitts vs. Guadeloupe 2-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 6 Panama vs. Canada 2-1 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 8 Guadeloupe vs. Martinique 2-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 8 Canada vs. St. Kitts 1-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 8 Dominica vs. Panama 0-4 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 10 Guadeloupe vs. Dominica 3-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 10 Martinique vs. Canada 1-2 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 10 Panama vs. St. Kitts 2-1 IMG Soccer Stadium

Group E Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 1 Haiti vs. St. Lucia 1-0 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 1 Costa Rica vs. Bermuda 5-0
IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 3 Bermuda vs. Haiti 0-4 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 3 Barbados vs. Costa Rica 0-2 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 5 St. Lucia vs. Barbados 2-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 5 Costa Rica vs. Haiti 1-0 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 7 St. Lucia vs. Bermuda 1-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 7 Haiti vs. Barbados 4-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 9 Barbados vs. Bermuda 0-0 IMG Soccer Complex vs. Field 2
Nov. 9 St. Lucia vs. Costa Rica 0-6 IMG Soccer Stadium

Group F Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 2 Guatemala vs. Guyana 4-0 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 2 El Salvador vs. Curacao 2-1 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 4 Curacao vs. Guatemala 1-3 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 4 Cayman Islands vs. El Salvador 1-3 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 6 Guyana vs. Cayman Islands 2-3 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 6 El Salvador vs. Guatemala 2-1 IMG Soccer Stadium
Nov. 8 Guyana vs. Curacao 3-4 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 11
Nov. 8 Guatemala vs. Cayman Islands 2-2 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 10 Cayman Islands vs. Curacao 2-4 IMG Soccer Complex - Field 2
Nov. 10 Guyana vs. El Salvador 2-0 IMG Soccer Stadium

Qualification Stage

Group G

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
United States 2 2 0 0 5 0 5 6
Honduras 2 0 1 1 1 2 -1 1
Costa Rica 2 0 1 1 1 5 -4 1

Group H

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Mexico 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 4
Panama 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 4
El Salvador 2 0 2 0 0 2 -2 0

Qualification Stage Schedule

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 13 Panama vs. El Salvador 1-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 13 Honduras vs. Costa Rica 1-1 IMG Academy Stadium
Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 16 Mexico vs. El Salvador 1-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 16 United States vs. Costa Rica 4-0 IMG Academy Stadium
Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 19 Panama vs. Mexico 2-2 (Mexico advances on Fair Play tiebreaker) IMG Academy Stadium
Nov. 19 Honduras vs. United States 0-1 IMG Academy Stadium

Final

Date Match Time (ET)/Result Venue
Nov. 21 United States vs. Mexico 7 p.m. | concacafgo.com
IMG Academy Stadium
IMG Academy Stadium
2018 U-20 Concacaf Championship
Updated through Nov. 16, 2018
Record: 6-0-0

Player

 Pos.

GP

GS

Min.

G

A

Y/R

Akinola, Ayo F 5 4 336 6 1 1/0
Amaya, Frankie F 4 3 271 0 0 0/0
Angking, Isaac M 4 2 161 0 1 0/0
Araujo, Julian D 2 2 180 0 2 0/0
Dest, Sergino D 1 1 90 0 0 0/0
Dorsey, Griffin F 4 2 198 1 3 0/0
Fontana, Anthony M 2 2 180 4 1 0/0
Gloster, Chris D 5 5 450 0 1 0/0
Lindsey, Jaylin D 3 3 254 0 1 0/0
Llanez, Ulysses F 5 4 238 7 4 0/0
McKenzie, Mark D 4 4 360 3 1 0/0
Mendez, Alex M 5 4 390 6 4 0/0
Ochoa, David GK 1 1 90 0 0 0/0
Perez, Manny D 3 2 198 1 1 0/0
Pomykal, Paxton M 6 4 403 3 2 0/0
Real, Matthew D 4 4 360
0 0 1/0
Rennicks, Justin F 6 3 315 4 6 0/0
Rogers, Sam D 3 3 270 0 0 0/0
Scott, Brady GK 5 5 450 0 0 0/0
Soto, Sebastian F 1 1 79 0 0 0/0
Servania, Brandon M 4 3 282 2 1 1/0
Torres, Juan Pablo M 5 4 361 4 2 0/0
Own Goal  


2

Totals   6 6 540 43 31 5/0
Opponent Totals   6 6 540 2 1 13/1

2018 U-20 CONCACAF Championship MNT Goalkeeping Statistics

Player Name

GP

GS

Min.

GF

GA

SO

GAA

W-L-T

Ochoa, David 1 1 90 13 0 1 0.00 1-0-0
Scott, Brady 5 5 450 30 2 3 0.40 5-0-0
Totals 6 6 540 43 2 4 0.33 6-0-0
Opponent Totals 6 6 540 2 43 0 7.16 0-6-0
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