• Sunday Oct 26, 2014

    CWC: Award Winners

    Abby Wambach (Center) was honored as Golden Boot winner in the CWC 2014 received the award from Sonia Bien-Aime, a FIFA and CONCACAF Executive Committee member and President of the Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association (Photo: Mexsport) 

    CHESTER, Pennsylvania – The Technical Study Group for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship named its award winners following the final between the United States and Costa Rica on Sunday at PPLPark

    Here’s a list of the winners:

    BEST XI

    GOALKEEPER: Hope Solo (USA); RIGHT DEFENDER: Diana Saenz (Costa Rica); LEFT DEFENDER: Meghan Klingenberg (USA); CENTRAL DEFENDER: Whitney Engen (USA); CENTRAL DEFENDER: Christie Rampone (USA); LEFT MIDFIELDER: Christen Press (USA); RIGHT MIDFIELDER: Kennya Cordner (Trinidad & Tobago); CENTER MIDFIELDER: Carli Lloyd (USA); CENTER MIDFIELDER: Shirley Cruz (Costa Rica); FORWARD: Abby Wambach (USA); FORWARD: Veronica Charlyn Corral (Mexico)

    GOLDEN BALL

    Carli Lloyd (USA)

     GOLDEN BOOT

    Abby Wambach (USA), 7 goals

     GOLDEN GLOVE

    Hope Solo (USA)

    FAIR PLAY

    Costa Rica

    PLAYER OF THE MATCH - FINAL

     

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