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Youth WNT Jun 12, 2024

U.S. U-16 Women’s Youth National Team completes two-game sweep of Germany

ASCHAFFENBURG, Germany – The U.S. Under-16 Women’s National Team made it two wins in two games against host Germany, winning 4-2 as four different players scored.

The USA won the first game on June 8 by a 2-1 score.

The USA opened the scoring after just six minutes as forward Kyndal Shuler tallied off an assist from Kate Kemmerley. The USA doubled the lead as midfielder Chloe Sadler scored in the 15th minute and the USA made it 3-0 about 10 minutes later on a goal from defender Pearl Cecil.

Seven minutes into the second half midfielder Jaiden Rodriguez scored off an assist from Scottie Antonucci, who tallied in the 2-1 win, and the game was basically put to bed, even though Germany clawed back with goals in the 66th and 89th minutes for the final score line.

The goals were the first at the U-16 international level for Shuler, Cecil and Sadler. Rodriguez’ goal was her fourth for the U-16s after she scored three times at the UEFA Friendship tournament in Turkey in April.

Players born on or after Jan. 1, 2008, are age-eligible for this U-16 WYNT cycle. For this training camp, U.S. head coach Patchy Toledo selected all 2008-birth year players. All players in the U-16 WYNT pool are age-eligible for this year’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, set for October/November in the Dominican Republic.


Match: U.S. Under-16 Women’s Youth National Team vs. Germany U-16 WNT
Date: June 11, 2024
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Stadion am Schönbusch;Aschaffenburg, Germany
Weather: 55 degrees, overcast
Attendance: 1,017

Scoring Summary 1 2 F
USA 3 1 4
GER 0 2 2
USA – Kyndal Shuler (Kate Kemmerley) 6th minute
USA – Chloe Sadler 15
USA – Pearl Cecil (Charlee Siria) 25
USA – Jaiden Rodriguez (Scottie Antonucci) 52
GER – Marie Gmeineder 66
GER – Belma Dzaferi (Zoe Schick) 89

USA: 12-Hannah Folliard, 17-Elayna Kocher (2-Sydney Schmidt, 46), 13-Hailey Fashinpaur (3-Izzy Dalke, 46), 4-Vienna Whipple, 15-Pearl Cecil (4-London Young, 67), 16-Anna Neff (9-Nyanya Touray, 59), 5-Kyndal Shuler (Addison Feldman, 46), 18-Charlee Siria, 19-Kate Kemmerley (6-Reese Canada, 59), 10-Jaiden Rodriguez, 20-Chloe Sadler (8-Scottie Antonucci, 46)
Subs not used: 12-Evan O’Steen
Head Coach: Patricia Toledo

GER: 1-Lea Egbers (12-Hannah Hauẞ, 46), Katharina Bauer (7-Zoe Schick, 17), 3-Mia-Lena Maas, 6-Lilly Bartke (4-Samira Di Lauro, 46), 15-Luise Maier (19-Lenolette Müller, 46), 22-Nele Quietzsch (2-Belma Dzaferi, 61), 5-Luzie Zähringer, 14-Paula Rintzer (13-Marie Gmeineder, 61), 10-Kassandra Potsi (16-Ela Naz Demirbas, 74), 9-Janita Jolien Kramer (17-Elira Terakaj, 74), 18-Leni Mari Eggert (8-Lotta Werde, 74)
Subs not used: 23-Sophie Klein, 11-Jonna Maj Wrede
Head Coach: Melanie Behringer

Stats Summary: USA / GER
Shots: 7 / 16
Shots on Goal: 6 / 9
Saves: 7 / 2
Corner Kicks: 2 / 4
Fouls: 3 / 4
Offside: 3 / 3

Misconduct Summary:

Referee: Julia Boike
Assistant Referee 1: Janika Balzer
Assistant Referee 2: Doris-Maria Dornescu
Fourth Official: Dora Jakab

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