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U.S. U-20 women win three of four on Europe tour
by Mike Woitalla, July 15th, 2017 2:06AM
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TAGS:  u.s. under-20 women’s national team, youth, youth girls


The U.S. U-20 women’s national team beat England twice and split with Germany on its two-week Europe tour. Coach Jitka Klimkova’s team started off 2-1 and 2-0 wins over England before beating Germany, 2-1, and losing 1-0 against the Germans.

The Colorado Rush’s Civiana Kuhlmann scored in both wins over England and assisted on a goal by Abigail Kim (Cal Berkeley) in the win over Germany. Real Colorado’s Sophia Smith scored the winner against Germany.

The U.S. U-20s are preparing for qualifying for the 2018 U-20 World Cup.

July 12 in Rheine, Germany
Germany 1 USA 0.
Goal: Gwinn 82.
Germany -- Fischer (Pauels, 46); Schoppl, Kleinherne, 2- Orschmann, Siems, Gerhardt (Graf, 46), Pawollek, 7- Gwinn Minge (20-Kristin Kogel, 58), 19-Annalena Rieke (18-Ereleta Memeti, 46), 9-Klara Buhl (17-Giovanna Hoffmann, 72).
USA -- Ivory; Paschall, Hiatt, Fox, Davidson (McKeown, 64), Howell, Kornieck (Morse, 83), Pinto (Villacorta, 46), Kuhlmann, Sanchez (Kim, 64), Smith (Goins, 83).

July 10 in Rheine, Germany
Germany 1 USA 2
Goals: Rieke 4; Kim (Kuhlmann) 12, Smith (Villacorta) 65.
Germany — Pauels; Kleinherne (Siems, 46), Schoppl (Fischer, 46), Orschmann (Wittje, 46), Linder (Minge, 46), Graf, Hechler (Pawollek, 46), Hoffman (Kogel, 46), Rieke (Gieseke, 46), Gerhardt (Buhl, 46), Memeti.
USA — Heinsohn (McGlynn, 46); Paschall, Hiatt (Girma, 57), McKeown (Serafin, 74), Howell (Morse, 46), Fox (Davidson, 57), Kornieck (Jones, 66), Villacorta (Pinto, 66), Kim (Coffey, 74), Sanchez (Smith, 57), Kuhlmann (Goins, 66).

July 7 in Burton-upon-Trent, England
England 0 USA 2
Goals: Kornieck 35, Kuhlmann 40.
England — Roebuck (Rogers, 70); Finnigan, Fick (Patten, 53), Peplow (Stanway, 53), Brown (Pacheco, 53), Cross, Hinds, Rouse, Charles (Toone, 83), Russo, Dean (Brazil, 53).
USA — Heinsohn; Paschall, Hiatt (Girma, 46), Fox (Serafin, 60), Davidson, Howell (Morse, 60), Kornieck (Coffey, 75), Pinto, Smith (Goins, 73), Sanchez (Kim, 46), Kuhlmann.

July 5 in Burton-upon-Trent, England
England 1 USA 2
Goals: Stanway (pen.) 74; Kuhlmann (pen.) 42, Sanchez (Smith) 58.
England — Maclver (Rogers, 76); Patten (Wubben Moy, 28), Tierney (Fick, 69), Hinds, Allen (Cross, 62), Rouse, Pacheco, Kelly (Russo, 62), Babajide (Charles, 62), Wellings ( Brazil, 62), Stanway.
USA — Ivory; Hiatt, Davidson, McKeown, Howell, Fox (Rodriguez, 69), Villacorta (Kornieck, 60), Pinto (Morse, 87), Kuhlmann (Kim, 69), Sanchez (Turnbow, 60), Smith.

U.S. U-20 women’s national team
GOALKEEPERS (3): Brooke Heinsohn (Duke; Norfolk, Mass.), Laurel Ivory (West Florida Flames; Surfside, Fla.), Mandy McGlynn (Virginia Tech; Jacksonville, Fla.).
DEFENDERS (8): Emily Fox (North Carolina; Chapel Hill, N.C), Naomi Girma (Central Valley Crossfire; San Jose, Calif.), Samantha Hiatt (Crossfire SC; Newcastle, Wash.), Tara McKeown (San Diego Surf; Newbury Park, Calif.), Zoe Morse (Virginia; East Lansing, Mich), Karlie Paschall (Tenessee SC; Brentwood, Tenn.), Isabel Rodriguez (Michigan Hawks; Canton, Mich.), Sophia Serafin (West Coast FC; Glendora, Calif.).
MIDFIELDERS (7): Tierna Davidson (Stanford; Menlo Park, Calif.), Savannah DeMelo (USC; Bellflower, Calif.), Jaelin Howell (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.), Arlie Jones (San Diego Surf; Las Vegas, Nev.), Taylor Kornieck (Colorado; Henderson, Nev.), Brianna Pinto (CASL; Durham, N.C.), Viviana Villacorta (Beach FC; Lawndale, Calif.).
FORWARDS (6): Parker Goins (TSC Hurricane: Broken Arrow, Okla.), Abigail Kim (California; Vashon, Wash.), Civiana Kuhlmann (Colorado Rush; Littleton, Colo.), Ashley Sanchez (So Cal Blues; Monrovia, Calif), Sophia Smith (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.), Kelsey Turnbow (SC Del Sol; Scottsdale; Ariz.).

1 comment
  1. Nick Daverese
    commented on: July 16, 2017 at 11:13 a.m.
    Let's push a button on Donald more or less. He post his crap on every story and he is getting away with it for a long time.

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