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The U.N. women’s soccer team, coached by Jill Ellis, are looking to defend their title after a dominant first half of the tournament.
But the U of A’s first win of the competition, a 3-0 triumph over McGill, may be the highlight of the first leg of the semifinal.
The Canadian side took a 3 1/2-hour advantage to move on, but Ellis’s team will look to keep that momentum going in Saturday’s match.
The first half saw plenty of big-time play, including a 1-0 victory for the Canadians that set up a 2-1 win for the U-18s.
Ellis’s team has played in the U, U-17, U18 and U-20 worlds this season, but this year, Ellis and her team are looking for their first world title.
The Americans have won the women’s singles title in each of the last three tournaments, and the U’s players have looked strong throughout the tournament, including in the semifinals.
Ellas is set to face two top-tier teams this weekend.
The first is the defending world champions, the Utes, who beat Cornell to advance to the semis.
The U-16s will be looking to improve on their semifinal loss to Georgia, and they will face off against the defending champions, who have been a dominant force throughout the competition.
The second is the undefeated women’s team from Canada, led by Abby Wambach.
She’ll be looking for her third U.s title after two in a row.
The Canadians are the defending World Cup champions, and Wambacak’s squad looks to have the talent and determination to reach the semifinals this weekend, although they’ve never done so in Canada.