USA Dominates Pan-American Opener

USA Dominates Pan-American Opener
by Travis Clark
October 23, 2023
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The U.S. Women's Pan-American Team won its opener on Sunday, defeating Bolivia by a 6-0 score.

A 4-0 lead at the halftime allowed the U.S. to cruise to a comfortable victory in its group opener. Ava McDonald scored two of her three goals before the break, with Amalia Villarreal and Emeria Adames bagging goals.

Villarreal extended the lead to 5-0 in the 59th minute, before McDonald scored for the third time.

This year marks the first time a women's youth side is competing at the comeptition since 2007. A tournament with no age-restriction, an all-club soccer team is competing.

Group B play continues on Wednesday, October 25 against Costa Rica.

U.S. Lineup: Kealey Titmuss; Gisele Thompson, Nicola (Nicki) Fraser, Jordyn Bugg, Samantha Smith; Claire Hutton, Charlotte Kohler, Grace Restovich; Emeri Adames, Amalia Villarreal, Ava McDonald

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