The USA kicks off U-20 Women’s World Cup qualification with a 6-0 win against Panama

The USA kicks off U-20 Women's World Cup qualification with a 6-0 win against Panama

The Americans face Jamaica in their next match on Sunday, May 28 (6 p.m. ET; FS2) and close out Group A play on Tuesday, May 30 against Canada.


  • This was the third meeting between the USA and Panama in this tournament. The teams met in group play at the 2012 and 2015 competitions, with the USA winning 6-0 and 6-1, respectively.
  • In his sixth U-20 cap tonight, Ally Sentnor scored his second and third U-20 WYNT goals of his career. She scored her first in the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup against Ghana.
  • Kat Rader scored her fourth career goal at the U-20 level in just her third cap.
  • Jordynn Dudley, Lauren Martinho and Ally Lemos all made their first U-20 WYNT appearances tonight and scored their first goals at the U-20 level.
  • Every player who saw action tonight earned their first cap in a Concacaf Women’s U-20 Championship, and all but Sentnor, Rader and goalkeeper Teagan Wy earned their first-ever U-20 international caps.
  • U.S. head coach Tracey Kevins made three changes in the 63rd minute and two more just after the 70th, giving first U-20 caps to outside backs Tessa Dellarose and Leah Klenke, Martinho and forwards Onyeka Gamero and Maggie Cagle, whose mother Kelly earned a full USWNT cap in 1994.

-US U20 Women’s Youth National Team Match Report-

Match: USA U20 Women’s National Team vs. Panama
Date: 26 May 2023
Competition: 2023 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship
Meeting point: Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Presence: 50
Kickoff: 19:00 ET
Weather: 85 degrees, humid, partly cloudy

Summary of results: 1 2 F
USA 3 3 6
PAN 0 0 0

USA – Jordynn Dudley (Kat Rader) 1st minute
USA – Ally Sentnor (Penalty kick) 41
USA – Kat Rader 45
USA – Ally Sentnor (Penalty kick) 49
USA – Lauren Martintho 64
USA – Ally Lemos (Penalty kick) 71

USA: 1-Teagan Wy; 2-Gisele Thompson (14-Leah Klenke, 73), 5-Elise Evans, 4-Ella Emri, 3-Savannah King (13-Tessa Dellarose, 63); 6-Allied Lemoes; 18-Jasmine Aikey (8-Lauren Martinho, 63), 10-Shae Harvey; 7-Jordynn Dudley (17-Onyeka Gamero, 63), 9-Ally Sentnor (Capt.) (15-Maggie Cagle, 71), 11-Kat Rader
Replacements not used: 12-Valentina Amaral, 16-Jill Flammia, 19-Madeline Dahlien, 20-Sofia Cook, 21-Makenzie Gress
Principal advisor: Tracey Kevin’s

FOREHEAD: 1-Alejandra Garay; 3-Josselyn Montenegro (9-Daniele Hincapié, 46), 4-Dayane Madrid, 5-Meredith Rosas; 6-Deysire Salazar (Capt.) (19-Aida Name, 73), 7-Sherline King (10-Reggina Espino, 63), 8-Diana Pon, 11-Aaliyah Gil, 13-Nicole Cargill, 14-Delineth Rivera (17-Amanda Goldstein, 63), 15-Marisa Gross (16-Mireilis Rojas, 72)
Substitutes not used: 2-Amayah Singleton, 12-Maritza Valdes, 18-Analia Arosemena, 20-Sara Nieto, 21-Yurisel Ortega
Head Coach: Raiza Gutierrez

Statistics overview: USA / PAN
Shot: 26/3
Shots on target: 11/1
Saves: 1/4
Corner: 4/0
Offenses: 10/9
Offside: 2/0

Summary of misconduct:
PAN – Alejandra Garay (Caution) 29th minute

Referee: Katia Garcia (MEX)
1st assistant referee: Mayra Mora (MEX)
2nd assistant referee: Santa Medina (DOM)
4th official: Astrid Gramajo (GUA)
VAR: Benjamin Pineda (CRC)
AVAR1: Ivan Barton (SLV)

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