, who last weekend lifted the NCAA Division I title with Stanford, scored four goals in the USA's 10-1 win over Finland. The U.S. U-20 women, who opened the Nike
Friendlies by tying England, 3-3, were up 4-0 by the 30th minute.
Kulhman, a Stanford freshman, struck the USA's third goal in the 17th minute and hit the net in the 40th, 42nd and
45th minutes to become the first player to score four goals in a U.S. U-20 women's international game.
U.S. head coach Jitka Klimkova had made seven changes to the starting
lineup from the England game and the USA out-shot the Finns, who had opened with a 4-0 loss to Brazil, 29-3.
Savanna DeMelo, a USC freshmen, scored twice. Abigail
Kim (Cal), Isabel Rodriguez (Ohio State) and Taryn Torres (Virginia) each assisted twice.
The USA faces Brazil, which fell, 1-0, to England, in its final game on Monday.
Dec. 9 in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.
USA 10 Finland 1.
Goals: Torres (Kim) 13, DeMelo (Coffey) 15, Kuhlmann (Rodriguez) 17, Coffey (Torres) 20, DeMelo (Viviana Villacorta) 37, Kuhlmann (Torres) 40, Kuhlmann (DeMelo) 42
Kuhlmann (Rodriguez) 45, own goal 64, Villacorta (Kim) 67.USA --
Dickey; McKeown (Brewster, 62), Morse (Dawson, 46) Rodriguez, Rodriguez; Villacorta (Howell, 76), Coffey (Pinto,
76), DeMelo (Kornieck, 46); Kim, Kuhlmann (Harr, 63), Torres. Finland --
Tajatalo; Mustajoki, Forss, Schrey, Grönlund; Rinkinen (Kosunen, 46),Kuoksa (Roth, 76), Raustola
(Santamäki, 46), Savolainen (Lehtola, 46), Törrönen (Miettunen, 59), Ukkonen. Att.: