2017 Pan American Cup (Women)

Lancaster, PA, USA


Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile,
Mexico, Uruguay, USA

- The continental champion qualifies for the 2018 FIH World Cup.
- Top six teams qualify for the 2021 Pan American Cup.
- Team placed 7th must play the 2019 Pan American Challenge.

Live Streaming

Canada v Brazil

Pool B

# Info Time Teams Score Status Match Sheet
5 August 2017
1 Pool B 12:00pm Canada CAN - BRA Brazil 9 - 0 Official    x 2  

Goalscoring

Team Min # Player Action
Canada 4 14 JOHANSEN Karli PC
Canada 14 26 NORLANDER Stephanie PC
Canada 22 26 NORLANDER Stephanie PC
Canada 27 14 JOHANSEN Karli PC
Canada 30 20 WOODCROFT Nikki FG
Canada 46 25 JOHNSTON Shanlee PC
Canada 47 3 WRIGHT Kate PC
Canada 51 20 WOODCROFT Nikki FG
Canada 54 17 McMANUS Sara PC

Match Report

Canada opened Pool B play with a 9-0 victory over a young Brazil side and more importantly it was a special moment for Canadian skipper Kate Wright. The speedy forward becomes the highest capped Canadian women’s player in history with 169 internationals surpassing long-time defender Stephanie Jameson. 

Brazil was on their heels immediately as keeper Teska Tuijt faced an early penalty corner flick in the second minute of play. Karli Johansen practice has paid off as the defender’s flick rang off the left post and the inside of the right post before crossing the line for Canada’s opening goal. Moments later a hard ball in from the left side rebounded off the Brazilian defence and Stephanie Norlander was there to one-time the loose ball for a 2-0 Canadian advantage.

Brazil defender Anna de Almeida did well to stymie Canada’s next penalty corner chance, even springing a counter-attack but her team was unable to generate anything at the other end of the pitch. Canada extended their lead to 3-0 in the second quarter as Norlander pocketed her second in almost the exact fashion of her first goal, burying a rebound from close range. Johansen took a cue from Norlander’s repeat goal and capitalized on a penalty corner flick on in the 27th minute. Brazil’s Luciana Peralta denied a fifth Canadian goal from Brienne after the defender saved one in the air on the line. Canada’s Alison Lee sailed a penalty stroke over the net before the half-time buzzer but Canada regrouped quickly and Nikki Woodcroft turned and blasted one in for a 5-0 lead at half time.

Brazil kept Canada off the board in the third quarter, largely due to the defensive strengths of Karolina Sluis. Canada wasted no time in the fourth though as Shanlee Johnston calmly finished on her back-hand after some crafty skills from Stairs set her up for a 6-0 lead. Wright made today’s milestone even more special firing in a rebound on a penalty corner for the team’s seventh goal. Sara McManus and Woodcroft each got on the board late in the game for a final score of 9-0.  

Women’s pool-play matches continue on Aug. 7 with Mexico vs. Brazil (12:00), Uruguay vs. Argentina (17:00) and Canada vs. USA (19:00). Men’s round-robin play continues tomorrow, Aug. 6, with Brazil vs. Canada (10:00), Trinidad and Tobago vs. Mexico (12:00), Chile vs. Argentina (17:00) and USA vs Venezuela (19:00). All matches are streamed live via USA Field Hockey here and you can stay connected on facebook, Instagram and twitter @panamhockey or online at panamhockey.org.

ARG v CHI (Final) ARG v CHI (Pool A)

Final Standings

  1. Argentina
    1. Argentina
  2. Chile
    2. Chile
  3. USA
    3. USA
  4. Canada
    4. Canada
  5. Uruguay
    5. Uruguay
  6. Mexico
    6. Mexico
  7. Brazil
    7. Brazil

Pool Standings

Team GP W D L GD P
Pool A
Argentina  ARG 2 2 0 0 7 6
Chile  CHI 2 1 0 1 1 3
Uruguay  URU 2 0 0 2 -8 0
Team GP W D L GD P
Pool B
USA  USA 3 2 1 0 15 7
Canada  CAN 3 2 1 0 13 7
Mexico  MEX 3 1 0 2 -9 3
Brazil  BRA 3 0 0 3 -19 0