Day 9: Men's Pan American Cup Final Recap

Images of Yan Huckendubler/PAHF & Mark Palczewski

Aug. 13, 2017, 10:10 a.m. (ET)

Content courtesy of PAHF/Ali Baggott

USA Wins Bronze Medal on Home Soil After 3-0 Win Over Trinidad & Tobago

Poised to finish with a medal in front of their home crowd the USA men came out with their offensive cylinders firing. In the opening five minutes USA had three chances from each of Will Holt, Amardeep Khokhar and Deegan Huisman but none of the attempts forced a save from Trinidad and Tobago keeper Andrey Rocke. Harris picked up a bouncing ball outside the circle and showed good stick skills in the air to keep the ball moving as he weaved through a wave of red defenders only to have hit shot denied by Rocke. Trinidad and Tobago’s first chance came in the 12th minute when captain Akim Toussaint blasted a ball across the goalmouth but Marcus Pascal couldn’t get a stick on it. Read more...

Olympic Champions Argentina Blank Canada to Defend Pan American Cup Title

Argentina successfully defended their 2013 Pan American Cup title with a 2-0 victory over Canada. The victory marks the third title for the World No. 1 Los Leones, while this is the fourth time Canada, ranked 11th, has finished second at this event. Ignacio Ortiz and Lucas Vila scored the first half goals, while Canadian keeper David Carter minimized the damage done by the Olympic championsRead more...

Other Scores:

7th/8th MEN: Mexico vs. Venezuela (1-0)

5th/6th MEN: Chile vs. Brazil (2-2, SO 2-4)


Men's Pan American Cup Awards:

Best Player: Matias Paredes (ARG)

Top Junior Player: Tariq Marcano (TTO)

Best Goalkeeper: David Carter (CAN)

Top Goal Scorers: Matias Paredes (ARG) & Gonzalo Peillat (ARG) - 7 Goals