FRISCO, Texas -- If there is one word to describe the United States at the 2018 Concacaf Women's Championship, it is relentless.
Playing like their lives depended on it, the American women have come out of the starting gate quickly in each of its three Group A wins while outscoring their foes, 18-0.
The USA will have an opportunity to duplicate those impressive performances against Jamaica in the semifinals at Toyota Stadium on Sunday night while trying to reach their eighth consecutive FIFA Women's World Cup tournament.
The tournament hosts have recorded three consecutive clean sheets, while using every player on their 20-player roster. They kicked off their tournament with a 6-0 victory over Mexico, a 5-0 win over semifinalist Panama and a 7-0 triumph past Trinidad & Tobago.
The Americans' domination was never more apparent than against the Soca Princesses, outshooting the Caribbean side, 59-0, according to U.S. Soccer statistics.
Ten USA players have scored. Alex Morgan is tied with Canada's Jordyn Huitema and Adriana Leon with four goals apiece for the tournament lead. Carli Lloyd has three goals, followed by Megan Rapinoe, Tobin Heath and Rose Lavelle (two apiece) and Crystal Dunn, Julie Ertz, Lindsey Horan, Sam Mewis and Christen Press (one each)
Every semifinalist will get three opportunities to reach France 2019. The semifinal winners will automatically qualify. The victory of the third-place match also will book a spot. The fourth-place side still will have a possibility as it will play Argentina in an intercontinental playoff for the 24th and final spot at the WWC.