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Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying this week ...
January 23rd, 2012 11:10PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Canada won Group A at the Concacaf Olympic women's qualifying tournament with a 5-1 win over Costa Rica on Monday. The win means the USA will face Costa Rica and avoid Canada in Friday's semifinals if it beats or ties Mexico on Tuesday. Christine Sinclair led Canada with two goals to give her 127 in her career, one behind retired German Birgit Prinz for fourth most in women's history. For the complete schedule and viewing information ...

Note: CONCACAF.com will web-stream all the matches live.

GROUP A
Jan. 19 in Vancouver

Costa Rica 2 Cuba 0.
CR: Sandy Rosales 11
CR: Wendy Acosta 55
Canada 6 Haiti 0.
CAN: Christina Julien 7
CAN: Christine Sinclair 14
CAN: Christine Sinclair 25
CAN: Christine Sinclair 55
CAN: Christine Sinclair 85
CAN: Kelly Parker 90
Att.: 7,627.

Jan. 21 in Vancouver
Costa Rica 2 Haiti 0.
CR: Wendy Acosta 49
CR: Wendy Acosta 57
Canada 2 Cuba 0.
CAN: Christine Sinclair 17
CAN: Melissa Tancredi 24
Att.: 12,417.

Jan. 23 in Vancouver
Haiti 3 Cuba 0.

HAI: Kimberly Boulos 72
HAI: Manoucheka Pierre Louis 76
HAI: Nadia Valentin 83
Canada 5 Costa Rica 1.
CAN: Christine Sinclair 6
CAN: Sophie Schmidt 10
CAN: Kaylyn Kyle 20
CAN: Christine Sinclair 45
CAN: own goal 50
CR: Fernanda Barrantes 89
Att.: 8,105.

GROUP B
Jan. 20 in Vancouver
Mexico 5 Guatemala 0
.
MEX: Marylin Diaz 12
MEX: Maribel Dominguez 24
MEX: Dinora Garza 38
MEX: Maribel Dominguez 44
MEX: Maribel Dominguez  67
USA 14 Dominican Republic 0.
USA: Abby Wambach 1
USA: Carli Lloyd 5
USA: Rachel Buehler 7
USA: Heather O'Reilly 17
USA: Abby Wambach 19
USA: Tobin Heath 30
USA: Heather O'Reilly 31
USA: Amy Rodriguez 46
USA: Amy Rodriguez 48
USA: Amy Rodriguez 58
USA: Lauren Cheney 64
USA: Amy Rodriguez 69
USA: Amy Rodriguez 75
USA: Heather O'Reilly 78
Att.: 6,321.

Jan. 22 in Vancouver

Mexico 7 Dominican Republic 0.
MEX: Teresa Noyola
MEX: Marylin Diaz 27
MEX: Anisa Guajardo 38
MEX: Anisa Guajardo 49
MEX: Anisa Guajardo 62
MEX: Jennifer Cruz 38
MEX: Jennifer Cruz 70
USA 13 Guatemala 0.
USA: Abby Wambach 12
USA: Abby Wambach 15
USA: Lauren Cheney 25
USA: Amy Rodriguez 31
USA: Carli Lloyd 33
USA: Lori Lindsey 34
USA: Sydney Leroux 47
USA: Sydney Leroux 50
USA: Sydney Leroux 57
USA: Sydney Leroux 70
USA: Megan Rapinoe 74
USA: Alex Morgan 84
USA: Sydney Leroux 87
Att.: 6,259.

Jan. 24 in Vancouver
Guatemala vs. Dominica Republic, 8 p.m. ET
USA vs. Mexico, 10:30 p.m. ET
(TV: Universal Sports Network/UniversalSports.com)

SEMIFINALS
Jan. 27 in Vancouver
Group B winner vs. Costa Rica, 8 p.m. ET
Canada vs. Group B runner-up, 11 p.m. ET
(TV: U.S. semifinal on Universal Sports Network/UniversalSports.com)

FINAL
Jan. 29 in Vancouver
Semifinal winners, 8 p.m. ET
(TV: NBC Sports Network)



1 comment
  1. David Huff
    commented on: January 24, 2012 at 8:29 p.m.
    Fyi, Universal Sports Network is Ch. 625 on DirecTv.


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