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Leroux nets hat trick as USA romps
July 17th, 2010 2:55PM
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[UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP]The USA got a hat trick from star Sydney Leroux to crush Switzerland and gain its first win at the Under-20 Women's World Cup in Germany on Saturday.

Kristie Mewis and Zakiya Bywaters also scored for the Americans, who led, 3-0, after 25 minutes.

Leroux's hat trick gives her four goals in two games and nine in two Under-20 World Cups.

The USA closes out group play against South Korea on Wednesday in Bielefeld.

The Koreans, who beat Ghana, 4-2, host Germany and North Korea are the only teams to win their first two games.

July 17 in Dresden
USA 5 Switzerland 0.
USA – K.Mewis (Leroux) 4th minute
USA – Leroux (Hayes) 23
USA – Bywaters (K.Mewis) 25
USA – Leroux (Pressley) 52
USA – Leroux (unassisted) 76
USA --Henninger; Quon, Pressley, Dunn, Johnson; Hayes (Morris, 78), Brooks, Nairn, Bywaters (Pathman, 70); K.Mewis, Leroux (S.Mewis, 81)
Switzerland --Schwery; Steinmann, Bouakaz (Kiwic, 46),  Stein, Kuster, Keller, Fimian, Waelti, Mehmeti (Joerg, 46); Crnogorcevic, Bachmann (Canetta, 74)
Att.: 17,234

GROUP A:
July 13 in Bochum
Germany 4 Costa Rica 2
Colombia 1 France 1
July 16 in Bochum
Germany 3 Colombia 1
France 2 Costa Rica 0

GROUP B:
July 13 in Bielefeld
North Korea 1 Brazil 0
Sweden 2 New Zealand 1
July 16 in Bielefeld
Brazil 1 Sweden 1
North Korea 2 New Zealand 1

GROUP C:

July 14 in Augsburg
England 1 Nigeria 1
Mexico 3 Japan 3
July 17 in Augsburg
Mexico 1 England 0
Nigeria 2 Japan 1

GROUP D;
July 14 in Dresden
USA 1 Ghana 1
South Korea 4 Switzerland 0
July 17 in Dresden
USA 5 Switzerland 0
South Korea 4 Ghana 2



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  1. James Madison
    commented on: July 19, 2010 at 8:31 p.m.
    So we will see Wednesday whether the Americans (a) use Teresa Noyola and (b)advance.

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