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Americans shut out Germany twice
February 16th, 2012 5:10PM
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[U.S. UNDER-17 WOMEN] The USA swept Germany 2-0 and 1-0 in a pair of under-17 matches played in Sunrise, Fla. Andi Sullivan and Emily Bruder scored second-half goals to break open the first game, while Summer Green had the lone goal on a left-footed volley in the second game.

Both games were evenly played, The Americans had a 7-5 edge in shots in the first game, while the Germans outshot the Americans 9-7 three days later.

Goalkeeper Jane Campbell earned the shutouts in both games.

The U.S. team is currently preparing for CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s World Cup Qualifying May 2-12 at Guatemala City’s Estadio Cementos Progreso. The draw will be conducted on Sunday.

Feb. 9 in Sunrise, Fla.
USA 1 Germany 0. Goal: Green 36.
USA -- Campbell, Basinger (Matulich, 74), Bauer, Freeman (Raben, 55), Miranda (Reid, 40), Green, Andrews, Robinson, Purce (Munerlyn, 61), Sullivan (Payne, 51), Bruder.
Germany -- Straub, Schulte, Beck, Leluschko, Luckel, Streng (Bremer), Beil, Panfil (El-Kassem), Meibner, Dabritz, Wilde (Meister).

Feb. 6 in Sunrise, Fla.
USA 2 Germany 0. Goals: Sullivan 53, Bruder 69.
USA -- Campbell, Basinger (Reid, 63), Bauer, Freeman, Miranda (Ship, 40), Stanton (Payne, 40), Andrews, Robinson (Boyles, 71), Green, Sullivan (Purce, 66), Munerlyn (Bruder, 40)
Germany -- Frohms, Schulte, Leluschko (Becker), Luckel, Beck, Beil (Eiberger), Panfil, Streng (15-Pauline Bremer), Gier (Kiebling), El-Kassem (Meibner), Dabritz.



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