The U.S. faced the Dominican Republic in the first game of their CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament, and easily won 14-0. Alex Morgan assisted on Amy Rodriguez's fifth, record-tying goal of the game.
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Tobin Heath scored the U.S.'s sixth goal of the game in the 30th minute.
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Heather O'Reilly earned her first-ever hat trick for the U.S. against the Dominican Republic.
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U.S. celebrates a goal by Heather O'Reilly against the Dominican Republic.
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Carli Lloyd scored the U.S.'s second goal and assisted Abby Wambach's second goal.
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Defender Ali Krieger went down with a knee injury during the U.S.'s game against the Dominican Republic.
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Two days later, the U.S. faced Guatemala, where Abby Wambach contributed two goals in the first half to the U.S.'s 13-0 win. Wambach is now third on the world's all-time scoring list.
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Forward Sydney Leroux tied a U.S. record (earlier tied by Amy Rodriguez against the Dominican Republic) by scoring five goals in the second half against Guatemala.
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Amy Rodriguez tied a U.S. record when she scored five goals as a second half substitute in the U.S.'s game against the Dominican Republic.
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Goalie Hope Solo allowed no goals against the Dominican Republic and Guatemala.
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Kelley O'Hara made her second career start against Guatemala, and contributed three assists.
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Lauren Cheney scored one unassisted goal against Guatemala.
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The U.S. set a program record with 27 goals over a two-game stretch.
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Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick in the U.S.' 4-0 win over Mexico to reach the semifinals.
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Heather O'Reilly scored the other goal as the U.S. avenged a World Cup qualifying loss to the Mexicans.
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Hope Solo earned her third straight shutout but has a quad injury and wasn't sure she would be able to play Friday.
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Captain Christie Rampone helped clear Mexico's counterattacks to make things easy for Solo.
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Lauren Cheney added her team-leading sixth assist in the win over Mexico.
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Amy Rodriguez (pictured) and veterans Shannon Boxx and Abby Wambach were subbed out early as the U.S. preserved energy for a London-or-bust match with Costa Rica on Friday.
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The U.S. and Costa Rica battled in the semifinal round of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament - an important match, because the winner automatically qualified for the Olympics and went onto the tournament finals. Tobin Heath's goal in the 16th minute put the U.S. on the board first, and combined with two other goals, the U.S. sealed their 3-0 win and a trip to London.
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Carli Lloyd shows off some acrobatics moves after colliding with Costa Rica's Fabiola Sanchez. Lloyd scored the U.S.'s second goal in the 72nd minute of the game.
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Rachel Buehler leaps for a header among a throng of Costa Rica players.
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The U.S. faced Canada in the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying finals - a more relaxed match than the semifinals since both teams will be going to the London Olympics. Megan Rapinoe leaps over Canada's Rhian Wilkinson, just like the U.S. leaps over Canada 4-0 for the tournament win.
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Alex Morgan contributed to both victories, scoring once against Costa Rica and twice against Canada.
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With her two goals against Canada in the CONCACAF finals, Abby Wambach moved into the no. 2 spot on the U.S. and world all-time scoring list, just behind women's soccer legend Mia Hamm.
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Goalkeeper Hope Solo played brilliantly throughout the tournament, not allowing any goals against five opponents.
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The U.S. celebrates their 4-0 victory over Canada to win the CONCACAF women's Olympic qualifying soccer tournament in Vancouver.
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The U.S. women show off their tournament trophy.
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