Day 10: Women's Pan American Cup Final Recap

Images of Yan Huckendubler/PAHF

Aug. 14, 2017, 11:25 a.m. (ET)

Content courtesy of PAHF/Ali Baggott

American Resilience Pays Off as USA Drop Canada for Bronze

Reluctance of being in a bronze-medal match seemed to draw a different level of intensity in the matchup between Canada and USA. Both teams played the game only with their second keepers, Rowan Harris for Canada and Alesha Widdall for USA, while there were few promising chances in either end through the beginning of the game. USA had three penalty corners in the first quarter, the first going wide and the other two being chased down and blocked by Canadian Rachel Donohoe. Kat Sharkey and Jill Witmer picked up where they left off in their semi-final match up creating the majority of USA’s attack but not really testing Harris. Read More...

Leonas Capitalize Late on Chile to Take Fifth-Straight Pan American Cup Title

Argentina won their fifth Pan American Cup this afternoon as they beat Chile 4-1 in the final game of the tournament that took place in Lancaster, United States. Las Leonas started pushing the game in the third period of the match and in five minutes they scored the goals that allowed them to beat Chile and stay with the 2017 championship. Read more...

Other Score:

5th/6th WOMEN: Mexico vs. Uruguay (0-1)

Women's Pan American Cup Awards:

Best Player: Denise Krimerman (CHI)

Top Junior Player: Maria Paula Ortiz (ARG)

Best Goalkeeper:Claudia Schuler (CHI)

Top Goal Scorers: Kathleen Sharkey (USA) & Noel Barrionuevo (USA) - 5 Goals