Womens Soccer

Team USA 6, Haiti 0

Date of competition: Monday, October 20, 2014

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Stanford grad Christen Press recorded a goal and an assist to help the United States women's national soccer team beat Haiti, 6-0, in 2015 FIFA World Cup qualifying on Monday night at RFK Stadium.

USA all-time goal scoring leader Abby Wambach scored two goals, while Carli Lloyd, Morgan Brian and defender Meghan Klingenberg also scored as the U.S. reached the semifinal of the CONCACAF Championships.

The Americans need one win in either of their next two games to officially qualify for the World Cup.

The U.S. plays its semifinal match in Chester Hill, PA on Saturday against an opponent to be determined.

CONCACAF Championships
Group play, at Washington D.C.
Haiti 0 0 – 0
USA 2 4 – 6
USA: Lloyd (unassisted); Wambach (unassisted); Klingenberg (unassisted); Wambach (Lloyd); Press (unassisted); Brian (Press).

posted by Rick on Oct 20, 2014 at 8:42 pm

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