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USA 1999: Mexico

Australia | Brazil |  Canada | China |  Denmark | Germany |  Ghana | Italy |
Japan | Mexico |  Nigeria | North Korea |  Norway | Russia |  Sweden | U.S.A.

Mexico   Mexico: Several players who honed their games in the United States figure to play roles, including all-time Notre Dame leading scorer Monica Gerardo, three-time Cal-Santa Barbara All-American Laurie Hill, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo striker Regina Oceguera, former California star Andrea Rodebaugh, former Santa Clara midfielder Lisa Nanez, Notre Dame striker Monica Gonzales and San Diego State goalkeeper Linnea Quinones. "In the beginning they were hesitant to accept us . . . because we're not born there, and that sort of thing, but we've all grown close," Gerardo said. Maribel Dominguez is Mexico's top scorer. Chances: Slim.

Roster
No. Name Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Linnea Quiñones
Susana Mora
Martha Moore
Gina Oceguera
Paty Perez
Fatima Leyva
Monica Vergara
Andrea Rodebaugh
Lisa Nanez
Maribel Dominguez
Monica Gerardo
Yvette Valdez
Monica Gonzalez
Iris Mora
Laurie Hil
Nancy Pinzon
Kendyl Michner
Tanima Rubalcaba
Barbara Almarez
Denisse Ireta
G
D
D
D
M
M
M
M
F
F
F
G
F
F
M
F
M
M
D
M

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