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Women's Gold Cup: Results and Schedule
October 30th, 2002 1:39PM
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GROUP 1

Oct. 27 in Pasadena, Calif.

USA 3 (Wagner 5, Parlow 42, MacMillan 93+) Mexico 0.

Panama 4 (Bedoya 29, De Mera 35, 61, 66) Trinidad & Tobago 2 (Attin-Johnson 39, St. Louis 64).

Oct. 29 in Fullerton, Calif.

USA 3 (Parlow 19, Chastain 54, Milbrett 62) Trinidad & Tobago 0.

Mexico 5 (Gonzalez pen. 4, 22, Sandoval 37, Leyva 65, Dominguez 78) Panama 1 (Valderrama 26).

Standings

USA 6 points; Mexico 3; Panama 3; Trinidad & Tobago 0.

Schedule

Nov. 2 in Seattle

Mexico vs. Trinidad & Tobago

United States vs. Panama

GROUP 2

Standings

Canada, Costa Rica, Haiti, Jamaica 0.

Schedule

Oct. 30 in Victoria, B.C.

Costa Rica vs. Jamaica

Canada vs. Haiti

Nov. 1 in Victoria, B.C.

Haiti vs. Costa Rica

Canada vs. Jamaica

Nov. 3 in Victoria, B.C.

Jamaica vs. Haiti

Canada vs. Costa Rica,

FINAL FOUR

Nov. 6 in Seattle

Semifinals

(Winners qualify for 2003 Women's World Cup)

Nov. 9 in Pasadena, Calif.

Third-place game

(Winner advances to playoff with Asia No. 3 team for berth in 2003 Women's World Cup)



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