Canada Drops 1-0 Decision To USA

Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team suffered a 1-0 loss to the United States in a friendly played in Nashville, Tennessee, Saturday night.



The U.S. got all the offense it needed on a second half tally from defender Heather Mitts, who tapped home a ball in front of the net after a corner kick.



Andrea Neil earned her 101st cap, while CONCACAF Women’s U-19 Qualifying Tournament MVP, Emily Zurrer earned her 1st cap with the senior team.

Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team suffered a 1-0 loss to the United States in a friendly played in Nashville, Tennessee, Saturday night.
The U.S. got all the offense it needed on a second half tally from defender Heather Mitts, who tapped home a ball in front of the net after a corner kick.
July 3, 2004 – International Friendly
The Coliseum; Nashville, Tennessee
Attendance: 9,110
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Goal: USA – Mitts (73)
Canada: 1-Taryn Swiatek; 2-Christine Latham (9-Melissa Tancredi, 79); 3-Marie-Eve Nault (7-Isabelle Morneau, 46); 4-Emily Zurrer; 5-Andrea Neil; 10-Charmaine Hooper, 11-Randee Hermus; 12-Christine Sinclair; 13-Diana Matheson; 15-Kara Lang (14-Ayasha Jamani, 73); 16-Brittany Timko; Head Coach: Even Pellerud; Subs Not Used: 8-Véronique Maranda; 22-Erin McLeod.
USA: 24-Kristin Luckenbill; 21-Heather Mitts; 4-Cat Reddick; 15-Kate Markgraf; 3-Christie Rampone; 7-Shannon Boxx; 11-Julie Foudy (27-Heather O’Reilly, 69); 13-Kristine Lilly (16-Lindsay Tarpley, 60); 10-Aly Wagner (19-Angela Hucles, 75); 20-Abby Wambach (12-Cindy Parlow, 69); 9-Mia Hamm; Head Coach: April Heinrichs; Subs not used: 1-Briana Scurry; 2-Lorrie Fair; 5-Tiffany Roberts.

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