USA at U-20 Women's World Cup

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Team USA, which features Crystal Dunn (South Side) and Cari Roccaro (East Islip) is one of the favorites at the Under-20 Women's World Cup in Japan.

Morgan Brian (6) of the U.S. celebrates with
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Morgan Brian (6) of the U.S. celebrates with teammates after their team's first goal against Ghana during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

Mollie Pathman, right, of the U.S. fights for
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Mollie Pathman, right, of the U.S. fights for the ball with Ghana's Elizabeth Addo during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

Vanessa DiBernardo, right, of the U.S. controls the
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Vanessa DiBernardo, right, of the U.S. controls the ball against Ghana's Linda Addai during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

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Chioma Ubogagu, left, of the U.S. fights for
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Chioma Ubogagu, left, of the U.S. fights for the ball with Ghana's Alice Danso during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

Maya Hayes, center, of the U.S. celebrates after
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Maya Hayes, center, of the U.S. celebrates after scoring a goal against Ghana during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. Hayes had a hat trick as the U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

Chioma Ubogagu, left, of the U.S. fights for
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Chioma Ubogagu, left, of the U.S. fights for the ball with Ghana's Elizabeth Addo during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

The U.S. team members celebrate after scoring the
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The U.S. team members celebrate after scoring the first goal against Ghana during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

Kassey Kallman of the U.S. fights for the
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Kassey Kallman of the U.S. fights for the ball with Ghana's Alice Danso during their soccer match at the Women's U20 World Cup at Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Hiroshima, Japan. The U.S. won 4-0. (Aug. 20, 2012)

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