Sat. May 27th, 2023

The Americans face Jamaica in their subsequent match on Sunday, May well 28 (six p.m. ET FS2) and close out Group A play on Tuesday, May well 30 against Canada.

Added NOTES:

  • This was the third meeting in between the U.S. and Panama in this tournament. The teams met in group play at the 2012 and 2015 competitions, with the USA winning six- and six-1, respectively.
  • In her sixth U-20 cap tonight, Ally Sentnor scored her second and third profession U-20 WYNT targets. She scored her 1st in the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s Planet Cup vs. Ghana.
  • Kat Rader notched her fourth profession objective at the U-20 level in just her third cap.
  • Jordynn Dudley, Lauren Martinho and Ally Lemos all created their 1st U-20 WYNT appearances tonight and scored their 1st targets at the U-20 level.
  • Each player who saw action tonight earned her 1st cap in a Concacaf Women’s U-20 Championship and all but Sentnor, Rader and goalkeeper Teagan Wy earned their 1st-ever U-20 international caps.
  • U.S. head coach Tracey Kevins created 3 adjustments in the 63rd minute and two far more just previous the 70th, providing 1st U-20 caps to outdoors backs Tessa Dellarose and Leah Klenke, Martinho and forwards Onyeka Gamero and Maggie Cagle, whose mom Kelly earned 1 complete USWNT cap in 1994.

-U.S. Beneath-20 Women’s Youth National Group Match Report-

Match: United States Beneath-20 Women’s Youth National Group vs. Panama
Date: May well 26, 2023
Competitors: 2023 Concacaf Women’s Beneath-20 Championship
Venue: Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Attendance: 50
Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET
Climate: 85 degrees, humid, partly cloudy

Scoring Summary:               1          2          F
USA                                        3          3          6                                             
PAN                                        0          0          0         

USA – Jordynn Dudley (Kat Rader)               1st minute
USA – Ally Sentnor (Penalty Kick)                 41
USA – Kat Rader                                            45
USA – Ally Sentnor (Penalty Kick)                 49
USA – Lauren Martintho                                 64
USA – Ally Lemos (Penalty Kick)                   71

USA: 1-Teagan Wy two-Gisele Thompson (14-Leah Klenke, 73), five-Elise Evans, four-Ella Emri, three-Savannah King (13-Tessa Dellarose, 63) six-Ally Lemos 18-Jasmine Aikey (eight-Lauren Martinho, 63), ten-Shae Harvey 7-Jordynn Dudley (17-Onyeka Gamero, 63), 9-Ally Sentnor (Capt.) (15-Maggie Cagle, 71), 11-Kat Rader
Substitutes Not Applied: 12-Valentina Amaral, 16-Jill Flammia, 19-Madeline Dahlien, 20-Sofia Cook, 21-Makenzie Gress
Head Coach: Tracey Kevins  

PAN: 1-Alejandra Garay three-Josselyn Montenegro (9-Daniele Hincapié, 46), four-Dayane Madrid, five-Meredith Rosas six-Deysire Salazar (Capt.) (19-Aida Name, 73), 7-Sherline King (ten-Reggina Espino, 63), eight-Diana Pon, 11-Aaliyah Gil, 13-Nicole Cargill, 14-Delineth Rivera (17-Amanda Goldstein, 63), 15-Marisa Gross (16-Mireilis Rojas, 72)
Substitutes not employed: two-Amayah Singleton, 12-Maritza Valdes, 18-Analia Arosemena, 20-Sara Nieto, 21-Yurisel Ortega 
Head Coach: Raiza Gutierrez  

Stats Summary: USA / PAN
Shots: 26 / three
Shots on Target: 11 /1
Saves: 1 / 4 
Corner Kicks: four /
Fouls: ten / 9
Offside: two / 0 

Misconduct Summary:
PAN – Alejandra Garay (Caution)       29th minute

Referee: Katia Garcia (MEX)
1st Assistant Referee: Mayra Mora (MEX)
2nd Assistant Referee: Santa Medina (DOM)
4th Official: Astrid Gramajo (GUA)
VAR: Benjamin Pineda (CRC)
AVAR1: Ivan Barton (SLV)

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