• Monday Nov 04, 2013

    CWU17 Preview: Day Six

    Action from the CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship match between the United States (red/white) and Guatemala on November 2, 2013, in Montego Bay, Jamaica.  (Photo: Mexsport)

     

    MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – After securing 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship (CWU17) semifinal places with Saturday wins, Canada and the United States face-off on Monday looking to determine which will enter the knockout phase as Group B champion.

     At Catherine Hall Stadium, a third all-time meeting in the competition between the northern rivals will follow the Guatemala-Trinidad & Tobago encounter, two eliminated teams searching for their first points.

    In 2010, Canada advanced to final 5-3 on penalty kicks following a scoreless draw against the Americans.  The result staggeringly excluded the then defending CONCACAF champion from World Cup contention, even though it completed the tournament undefeated (4-1-0) and unscored upon (32-0).

    Two years later, the U.S. gained a measure of sporting revenge, defeating the Canadians 1-0 in the championship match. 

    The Group B winner will take on Mexico, while the runner-up meets host Jamaica in Thursday’s semifinals.

    The eventual finalists qualify for the 2014 FIFA U-17 World Cup, which will be held in Costa Rica.

    Thanks to superior goal difference, Canada can win the group with a draw.  Will it be able to do so? 

    CONCACAF.com takes a look at today’s games:

     

    2013 CONCACAF WOMEN’S UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP

    Montego Bay, Jamaica – Catherine Hall Stadium

     

    Monday – November 4, 2013

     

    GROUP B

    Guatemala v Trinidad & Tobago, 3:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. local)

    First-ever CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship (CWU17) meeting

     

    Guatemala Quick Facts

    •  Group B record:  GP – 2; W – 0; D – 0; L – 2; GF – 0; GA – 15

    •  Group B results:  8-0 loss v Canada; 7-0 loss v United States

    •  2nd appearance in CWU17 finals

    •  All-Time CWU17 record:  GP – 5; W – 0; D – 0; L – 5; GF – 2; GA – 31

    •  2013 CWU17 Qualifying record:  GP – 2; W – 2; D – 0; L – 0; GF – 15; GA – 3

    •  All-Time Leading WU17 scorer:  Paula Ibarguen, Vivian Herrera (1 goal each…both in 2012)

     

    Trinidad & Tobago Quick Facts

    •  Group B record: GP – 2; W – 0; D – 0; L – 2; GF – 0; GA – 19

    •  Group B results:  8-0 loss v United States, 11-0 loss v Canada

    •  3rd appearance in CWU17 finals

    •  All-Time CWU17 record:  GP – 8; W – 1; D – 2; L – 5; GF – 6; GA – 36

    •  2013 CWU17 Qualifying record:  GP – 8; W – 7; D – 0; L – 1; GF – 44; GA – 4

    •  All-Time Leading WU17 scorer:  Jessica DeLeon, Mariah Shade (2 goals each…both in 2008)

    •  Shutout in last 5 CWU17 games

     

     

    United States v Canada, 6:00 p.m. ET (6:00 p.m. local)

    United States leads all-time CWU17 series: 1-1-0

     

    United States Quick Facts

    •  Group B record: GP – 2; W – 2; D – 0; L – 0; GF – 15; GA – 0

    •  Group B results:  8-0 win v Trinidad & Tobago (Goals: Mallory Pugh 32’, 81’; Anika Rodriguez 38’; Marley Canales 42’; Madison Haley 52’; Civana Kuhlmann 77’; Zoe Morse 82’; Natalie Jacobs 88’); 7-0 win v Guatemala (Goals: Zoe Redei 21’, 32’, 36’, 49’; Dorian Bailey 84’ pen; Gabriella Carreiro 88’ pen; Kelcie Hedge 90’+1)

    •  4th appearance in CWU17 finals

    •  All-Time CWU17 record: GP – 17; W – 16; D – 1; L – 0; GF – 108; GA – 2

    •  All-Time Leading WU17 scorer:  Summer Green (12 goals…all in 2012)

    •  Posted shutouts in last 12 CWU17 games

    •  Became first team to reach 100 goals in CWU17 play with Zoe Morse’s goal against Trinidad & Tobago on October 31, 2013.

     

    Canada Quick Facts

    •  Group B record: GP – 2; W – 2; D – 0; L – 0; GF – 19; GA – 0

    •  Group B results:  8-0 win v Guatemala (Goals: Marie Mychele Metivier 9’, 40’; Emily Borgmann 27’; Jessie Fleming 56’; Marie Levasseur 58’, 88’; Nadya Gill 80, 86’); 11-0 win Trinidad & Tobago (Goals: Marie Mychele Metivier 11’, 21’, 54’; Emily Borgmann 14’, 45’, 59’; Jessie Fleming 36’; Marie Levasseur 41’, 42’; Nadya Gill 77’, 80’)

    •  4th appearance in CWU17 finals

    •  All-Time CWU17 record: GP – 17; W – 13; D – 1; L – 3; GF – 55; GA – 11

    •  All-Time Leading WU17 scorer:  Summer Clarke (6 goals…all in 2012)

    •  Conceded 1 goal or less in last 13 CWU17 games

      

    CONCACAF WOMEN’S UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP

    All-Time Meetings: United States v Canada

     

    March 18, 2010 (Semifinals)

    at Alajuela, Costa Rica

    United States  0

    Canada 0

    Canada advances to the final 5-3 on penalty kicks

     

    May 12, 2012 (Final)

    at Guatemala City, Guatemala

    United States  1  (Amber Munerly 21’)

    Canada  0

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