Nittany Lion U-20 Women's World Cup Central

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Match Day 10

The U.S. closed out the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup with a 1-0 loss against Japan in the third-place match Saturday, Dec. 3.

For the sixth-straight match, four Nittany Lions started for the Red, White and Blue as Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the backline. All four Nittany Lions played the full 90 minutes.

Match Day 9

The U.S. fell to Korea DPR, 2-1, in extra time in the semifinal round Tuesday, Nov. 29. With the loss, the U.S. will play in the third-place match against Japan on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 1 a.m. EST live on Fox Sports 1.

For the fifth-straight match, four Nittany Lions started for the Red, White and Blue as Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the backline. Jean played 71 minutes of the match, while Elliston, Ogle and Riehl each played the full 120 minutes.

Match Day 8

The United States scored twice in the final 10 minutes, which included the game-winner during injury time, en route to a 2-1 victory over Mexico in the quarterfinal round Friday, Nov. 25. With the victory, the U.S. advances to take on Korea DPR in the semifinal round on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 1 a.m. EST on Fox Sports 1. The winner of Korea DPR and the U.S. will face the winner of Japan and France in the championship match on Dec. 3. 

For the fourth-straight match, four Nittany Lions started for the Red, White and Blue as Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the backline. All four Nittany Lions played the full 90 minutes.

Germany, the defending FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup champions, was topped by France, 1-0, in the quarterfinal round.

Nittany Lion Laura Freigang (Oppenheim, Germany) started her fourth match in the German midfield and she played the full 90 minutes.

Match Day 6

Germany and the U.S. both clinched berths in the quarterfinals of the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Monday, Nov. 21.

Behind two goals within the first 25 minutes of play, Germany tallied a 2-0 victory over Korea Republic. For Germany, Laura Freigang (Oppenheim, Germany) recorded her third start in the midfield and she played the full 90 minutes.

With the win Monday, Germany clinched the top spot in Group D with a 3-0-0 record. In Group D play, Germany posted a goal differential of +7 after scoring eight goals and only allowing one goal.

The U.S. closed out Group C action with a 1-1 draw against Ghana.

Four Nittany Lions were featured in the United States Starting XI for the third-straight match as Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the backline. All four Nittany Lions played the full 90 minutes.

The Red, White and Blue finished Group C play tied atop the standings with France with five points (1-0-2) apiece. The two teams were tied in points and goals sending the tie-breaker to Fair Play. The U.S. received zero yellow cards, while France received one yellow card, which gave the tie-breaker to the U.S.

Both Germany and the U.S. will play Friday, Nov. 25, in the quarterfinal round. The U.S. plays Group D runner-up, Mexico, at 1 a.m. EST and Germany takes on Group C runner-up, France, at 4:30 a.m. EST. Both matches will be broadcasted on Fox Sports 1.

Match Day 4

Germany and the U.S. both tallied victories in their second match of group play at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Thursday, Nov. 17. Germany moved to 2-0-0 in Group D action with a 3-0 shutout victory over Mexico, while the United States picked up a 3-1 win over New Zealand to move to 1-0-1 in Group C.

Laura Freigang (Oppenheim, Germany) started her second match in the German midfield and played 87 minutes.

Similar to the opening match of the tournament, four Nittany Lions were featured in the United States Starting XI. Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the U.S. midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the U.S. backline. All four Nittany Lions played the full 90 minutes.

Following the second match of group play, both Germany and the U.S. lead their respective groups. Germany is 2-0-0 in Group D and the U.S. is 1-0-1 in Group C.

Group play concludes for Germany and the U.S. on Nov. 21. Germany takes on Korea Republic (1-1-0) at 4 a.m. EST on Fox Sports 2 and the U.S. plays Ghana (0-1-1) at 1 a.m. EST on Fox Sports 1.

The winner of Group C takes on the runner-up of Group D on Nov. 25 at 1 a.m. EST and the winner of Group D takes on the runner-up of Group C on Nov. 25 at 4:30 a.m. EST in the quarterfinal round.

Match Day 2 

The German and United States U-20 Women's National Teams opened play Monday, Nov. 14, at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Five Nittany Lions started for their respective countries Monday.  

Defending champion Germany opened Group D play with a 3-1 win over Venezuela, while the United States began Group C action with a 0-0 tie against France.

Laura Freigang (Oppenheim, Germany) started, and played the full 90 minutes, in the German midfield in the tournament opener.   

For the United States, four Nittany Lions recorded starts, including three Nittany Lions on the backline.

Emily Ogle (Strongsville, Ohio) started in the U.S. midfield, while Maddie Elliston (Omaha, Neb.), Ellie Jean (Coventry, Conn.) and Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.) recorded starts on the U.S. backline. All four Nittany Lions played the 90 minutes.

Germany (1-0-0) plays Mexico (1-0-0) on Nov. 17 at 1 a.m. EST on Fox Sports 1. The United States (0-0-1) takes on New Zealand (1-0-0) on Nov. 17 at 4 a.m. EST on Fox Sports 1.


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