United States Highlights
Region: CONCACAF (Champion)
Last time out: 2012 – finished second in group, took first place overall with a final win over Germany
Best finish: 2008 – finished first in group, took first place overall with a final win over Korea DPR; 2002, 2012 – took first place overall
Advanced from group: 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012
Finished second in Group D behind Germany and ahead of record-tying China PR on goal differential. Defeated Korea DPR 2-1 in the quarterfinals and Nigeria 2-0 in the semifinals. Took first place overall with a 1-0 win over Germany in the final.
Finished first in Group D. Drew Nigeria 1-1 in the quarterfinals and fell 2-4 in a penalty kick shootout.
Finished first in Group B ahead of France on goal differential. Defeated England 3-0 in the quarterfinal round and Germany 1-0 in the semifinals. Took first place overall with a 2-1 win over Korea DPR in the final.
Finished first in Group D ahead of France. Defeated Germany 4-1 in the quarterfinals and held China to a scoreless draw in the semifinals before falling 4-5 in a penalty kick shootout. Took fourth place overall behind another scoreless draw and 5-6 penalty kick shootout with Brazil.
Finished first in Group C ahead of Russia, Korea Republic, and Spain. Defeated Australia 2-0 in the quarterfinals and fell 1-3 to Germany in the semifinals. Finished third overall with a 3-0 defeat of Brazil.
Finished first in Group C ahead of England and Australia. Defeated Denmark 6-0 in the quarterfinal round and Germany 4-1 in the semifinal round. Took first place overall with a 1-0 win over Canada in the final.
2014 U-20 Women’s World Cup Roster
18 – Jane Campbell (Stanford)
21 – Rosemary Chandler (Penn State)
1 – Katelyn Rowland (UCLA)
16 – Stephanie Amack (Stanford)
4 – Brittany Basinger (Penn State)
2 – Christina Gibbons (Duke)
20 – Katie Naughton (Notre Dame)
19 – Kaleigh Riehl (BRYC)
3 – Cari Roccaro (Notre Dame)
13 – Carlyn Baldwin (Tennessee)
14 – Nickolette Driesse (Florida State)
5 – Rose Lavelle (Wisconsin)
12 – Mallory Pugh (Real Colorado)
6 – Taylor Racioppi (PDA)
17 – Andi Sullivan (Bethesda SC)
11 – Rachel Hill (UConn)
9 – Makenzy Doniak (Virginia)
8 – Summer Green (North Carolina)
10 – Lindsey Horan (PSG)
7 – Savannah Jordan (Florida)
15 – Margaret Purce (Harvard)
Aug. 5 0-2 L vs. Germany (Edmonton)
Aug. 8 1-0 W vs. Brazil (Edmonton)
Aug. 12 3-0 W vs. China PR (Moncton)
Aug. 16 1-1 D (PSO 1-3) vs. Korea DPR (Toronto)