Field hockey at the 2011 Pan American Games – Women's tournament

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Women's field hockey
at the 2011 Pan American Games
Tournament details
Host countryMexico
City Guadalajara
Teams8
Venue(s) Estadio Panamericano de Hockey
Top three teams
ChampionsFlag of the United States.svg  United States (1st title)
Runner-upFlag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Third placeFlag of Chile.svg  Chile
Tournament statistics
Matches played20
Goals scored122 (6.1 per match)
Top scorer(s) Flag of Argentina.svg Noel Barrionuevo  (10 goals)
2007 (previous)(next) 2015

The women's field hockey tournament at the 2011 Pan American Games was held between 19–28 October 2011 in Guadalajara, Mexico. The tournament doubled as the qualification to the 2012 Summer Olympics to be held in London, Great Britain.

Field hockey team sport version of hockey played on grass or turf with sticks and a round ball

Field hockey is a team game of the hockey family. The game can be played on grass, water turf, artificial turf or synthetic field as well as an indoor board surface. Each team plays with eleven players, including the goalie. Players use sticks made out of wood, carbon fibre, fibre glass or a combination of carbon fibre and fibre glass in different quantities to hit a round, hard, plastic ball. The length of the stick is based on the player's individual height. Only one face of the stick is allowed to be used. Goalies often have a different kind of stick, however they can also use an ordinary field hockey stick. The specific goal-keeping sticks have another curve at the end of the stick, this is to give them more surface area to save the ball. The uniform consists of shin guards, shoes, shorts, a mouth guard and a jersey. Today, the game is played globally, mainly in parts of Western Europe, South Asia, Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, and parts of the United States. Known simply as "hockey" in many territories, the term "field hockey" is used primarily in Canada and the United States where ice hockey is more popular. In Sweden, the term "landhockey" is used and to some degree also in Norway where it is governed by Norway's Bandy Association.

2011 Pan American Games 16th edition of the Pan American Games

The 2011 Pan American Games, officially the XVI Pan American Games, was an international multi-sport event that was held from October 14–30, 2011, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Some events were held in the nearby cities of Ciudad Guzmán, Puerto Vallarta, Lagos de Moreno and Tapalpa. It was the largest multi-sport event of 2011, with approximately 6,000 athletes from 42 nations participating in 36 sports. Both the Pan American and Parapan American Games were organized by the Guadalajara 2011 Organizing Committee (COPAG). The 2011 Pan American Games were the third Pan American Games hosted by Mexico and the first held in the state of Jalisco. Previously, Mexico hosted the 1955 Pan American Games and the 1975 Pan American Games, both in Mexico City. The 2011 Parapan American Games were held 20 days after the Pan American Games have ended.

Guadalajara City in Jalisco, Mexico

Guadalajara is the capital and largest city of the Mexican state of Jalisco, and the seat of the municipality of Guadalajara. The city is in the central region of Jalisco in the Western-Pacific area of Mexico. With a population of 1,460,148 inhabitants, it is Mexico's second most populous municipality. The Guadalajara metropolitan area has a reported population of 5,002,466 inhabitants, making it the second most populous metropolitan area in Mexico, behind Mexico City. The municipality is the second most densely populated in Mexico, the first being Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl in the State of Mexico. It is a strong business and economic center in the Bajío region.

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The United States won the tournament after defeating Argentina 4–2 in the final, obtaining their first title and ending Argentina's streak of six consecutive titles since the women's tournament was included in the Pan American Games in 1987. [1] [2]

The United States women's national field hockey team, coached by Janneke Schopman since 2017, made its first international appearance in 1920 when a touring team visited England, coached by Constance M.K. Applebee. The team made several international appearances in the early 20th Century, leading to the United States hosting the eighth International Federation of Women's Hockey Associations Tournament in 1963. Once the IFWHA merged with its counterpart on the men's side, the United States' first appearance at an FIH-sanctioned tournament was the 1983 Women's Hockey World Cup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where the Americans ended up in sixth place. They have won bronze at the Los Angeles 1984 Summer Olympics and bronze at the 1994 World Cup.

The Argentina women's national field hockey team is governed by the Argentine Hockey Confederation (CAH). The current coach is Carlos Retegui, who was appointed after Agustín Corradini. The team is currently fourth in the FIH World Rankings since August 2018 after their 7th place at the 2018 Hockey World Cup.

Pan American Games Multi-sport event of the Americas

The Pan American Games is a major sporting event in the Americas featuring summer sports, in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions. The competition is held among athletes from nations of the Americas, every four years in the year before the Summer Olympic Games. The only Winter Pan American Games were held in 1990. And from 2021, there would be a Junior Pan American Games for young athletes. The Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) is the governing body of the Pan American Games movement, whose structure and actions are defined by the Olympic Charter.

Qualification

Every country in the Pan American Hockey Federation had the opportunity to qualify through a regional tournament except the two North American countries as they did not participate in them. Taking that into consideration, it was decided to allow two teams not already qualified through regional tournaments to qualify for the Pan American Games based on final rankings in the 2009 Pan American Cup. Along with the automatically qualified host nation, the eighth participating country was decided in a three test-match series between Cuba (who did not participate in the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games) and Jamaica (who would have qualified in the third qualifying position from the 2009 Pan American Cup) [3] [4]

The Pan American Hockey Federation is the field and Indoor hockey federation for the Americas. It consists of 30 Members. It is associated with the International Hockey Federation and hosts several continental competitions for national teams.

The 2009 Women's Pan American Cup was the 3rd edition of the Pan American Cup for women. It was held between 7–15 February 2009 in Hamilton, Bermuda.

Field hockey at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games

The field Hockey competition at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games was held in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. The men's tournament was scheduled to be held from July 22–31, 2010, with the women's tournament finishing one day earlier, at the Parque Yldefonso Solá Morales in Caguas.

DateEventLocationQuotasQualifier(s)
Host nation1Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
3–11 April 2010 2010 South American Championship Rio de Janeiro, Brazil2Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
22–30 July 2010 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Mayagüez, Puerto Rico2Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago
Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados
28–31 October 2010 Qualifier Kingston, Jamaica1Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
7–15 February 2009 2009 Pan American Cup Hamilton, Bermuda2Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Total8

Competition format

Eight teams competed in both the men's and women's Pan American Games hockey tournaments with the competition consisting of two rounds. In the first round, teams were divided into two pools of four teams, and play followed round robin format with each of the teams playing all other teams in the pool once. Teams were awarded three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero points for a loss. [5]

A round-robin tournament is a competition in which each contestant meets all other contestants in turn. A round-robin contrasts with an elimination tournament, in which participants are eliminated after a certain number of losses.

Following the completion of the pool games, teams placing first and second in each pool advanced to a single elimination round consisting of two semifinal games, and the bronze and gold medal games. Remaining teams competed in classification matches to determine their ranking in the tournament. During these matches, extra time of 7½ minutes per half was played if teams were tied at the end of regulation time. During extra time, play followed golden goal rules with the first team to score declared the winner. If no goals were scored during extra time, a penalty stroke competition took place. [5]

The golden goal or golden point is a rule used in association football, bandy, lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey, floorball and korfball to decide the winner of a match in which scores are equal at the end of normal time. It is a type of sudden death. Under this rule, the game will end when a goal or point is scored; the team that scores that goal or point during extra time will be the winner. Introduced formally in 1992, though with some history before that, the rule ceased to apply to most FIFA-authorized football games in 2004. The similar silver goal supplemented the golden goal between 2002 and 2004.

The penalty shootout is a method of determining a winner in sports matches that would have otherwise been drawn or tied. The rules for penalty shootouts vary between sports and even different competitions; however, the usual form is similar to penalty shots in that a single player takes one shot on goal from a specified spot, the only defender being the goalkeeper. Teams take turns, with the one with the largest number of successful goals after a specified number of attempts being the winner. If the result is still tied, the shootout usually continues on a "goal-for-goal" basis, with the teams taking shots alternately, and the one that scores a goal unmatched by the other team is declared the winner. This may continue until every player has taken a shot, after which players may take extra shots, until the tie is broken, and is also known as "sudden death".

Umpires

Below are the 12 umpires appointed by the Pan American Hockey Federation:

Results

All times are Central Daylight Time (UTC−05:00)

First round

Pool A

Team
PldWDLGFGAGDPts
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3300373+349
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 3201158+76
Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados 3102431−273
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago 3003317−140

     Advanced to semifinals

19 October 2011
09:00
Argentina  Flag of Argentina.svg11–0Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago
García Field hockey ball.svg 2', 22'
Rebecchi Field hockey ball.svg 6', 61'
Luchetti Field hockey ball.svg 14'
Barrionuevo Field hockey ball.svg 21', 37', 39', 58'
Merino Field hockey ball.svg 29', 65'
Report
Umpires:
Carol Metchette (IRL)
Suzzane Sutton (USA)
19 October 2011
11:00
Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg10–0Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados
Stairs Field hockey ball.svg 5', 26', 45'
Baker Field hockey ball.svg 16'
Culley Field hockey ball.svg 20', 68'
Gillis Field hockey ball.svg 30'
Haughn Field hockey ball.svg 31'
Roemer Field hockey ball.svg 37'
Raye Field hockey ball.svg 61'
Report
Umpires:
Stephanie Judefind (USA)
Maritza Pérez Castro(URU)

21 October 2011
14:00
Trinidad and Tobago  Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg2–4Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados
Thompson Field hockey ball.svg 17'
Quesnay Field hockey ball.svg 37'
Report King Field hockey ball.svg 9'
Clarke Field hockey ball.svg 15'
Warner Field hockey ball.svg 32'
Sealy Field hockey ball.svg 61'
Umpires:
Arely Castellanos (MEX)
Cheng Hong (TPE)
21 October 2011
16:00
Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg3–7Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Culley Field hockey ball.svg 6'
Haughn Field hockey ball.svg 30'
Gillis Field hockey ball.svg 35'
Report García Field hockey ball.svg 15', 25'
Aymar Field hockey ball.svg 16', 23'
Barrionuevo Field hockey ball.svg 41', 53'
Rebecchi Field hockey ball.svg 63'
Umpires:
Carol Metchette (IRL)
Catalina Montesino Wenzel (CHI)

23 October 2011
09:00
Argentina  Flag of Argentina.svg19–0Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados
Rebecchi Field hockey ball.svg 2', 24', 53'
Aymar Field hockey ball.svg 4', 19', 61'
Barrionuevo Field hockey ball.svg 13', 65'
Merino Field hockey ball.svg 15'
J. Sruoga Field hockey ball.svg 20'
Sánchez Moccia Field hockey ball.svg 22'
García Field hockey ball.svg 23', 48', 50', 58'
Luchetti Field hockey ball.svg 31', 62'
D'Elía Field hockey ball.svg 42'
Maccari Field hockey ball.svg 56'
Report
Umpires:
Suzzane Sutton (USA)
Catalina Montesino Wenzel (CHI)
23 October 2011
11:00
Trinidad and Tobago  Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg1–2Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Quesnay Field hockey ball.svg 7' Report Stairs Field hockey ball.svg 61'
Wright Field hockey ball.svg 68'
Umpires:
Stephanie Judefind (USA)
Arely Castellanos (MEX)

Pool B

Team
PldWDLGFGAGDPts
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 3300161+159
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 320182+66
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba 3102316−133
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 300319−80

     Advanced to semifinals

19 October 2011
14:00
United States  Flag of the United States.svg5–0Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
Reinprecht Field hockey ball.svg 9', 11'
Taylor Field hockey ball.svg 31'
Laubach Field hockey ball.svg 37'
O'Donnell Field hockey ball.svg 52'
Report
Umpires:
Wendy Stewart (CAN)
Verónica Villafañe (ARG)
19 October 2011
16:00
Chile  Flag of Chile.svg6–0Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
Urroz Field hockey ball.svg 5'
Fernandez Field hockey ball.svg 16'
De. Infante Field hockey ball.svg 23'
Villagra Field hockey ball.svg 41', 56'
Fingerhuth Field hockey ball.svg 58'
Report
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Ayanna McClean (TRI)

21 October 2011
09:00
Mexico  Flag of Mexico.svg1–3Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
Navarro Field hockey ball.svg 70' Report Vera Field hockey ball.svg 4', 13'
Sierra Field hockey ball.svg 61'
Umpires:
Kelly Hudson (NZL)
Ayanna McClean (TRI)
21 October 2011
11:00
Chile  Flag of Chile.svg1–2Flag of the United States.svg  United States
C. Caram Field hockey ball.svg 46' Report Taylor Field hockey ball.svg 41'
Nichols Field hockey ball.svg 42'
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Maritza Pérez Castro (URU)

23 October 2011
14:00
United States  Flag of the United States.svg9–0Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
O'Donnell Field hockey ball.svg 2', 44'
Laubach Field hockey ball.svg 15', 17'
Nichols Field hockey ball.svg 21', 33'
Falgowski Field hockey ball.svg 26'
Kasold Field hockey ball.svg 46'
Selenski Field hockey ball.svg 55'
Report
Umpires:
Kelly Hudson (NZL)
Verónica Villafañe (ARG)
23 October 2011
16:00
Mexico  Flag of Mexico.svg0–1Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Report Khamis Field hockey ball.svg 63'
Umpires:
Wendy Stewart (CAN)
Cheng Hong(TPE)

Classification

 
CrossoverFifth place
 
      
 
26 October 2011
 
 
Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados 1
 
28 October 2011
 
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 3
 
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba 3
 
26 October 2011
 
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 2
 
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba 2
 
 
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad & Tobago 1
 
Seventh place
 
 
28 October 2011
 
 
Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados 1
 
 
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad & Tobago 3

Crossover

26 October 2011
09:00
Barbados  Flag of Barbados.svg1–3Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
King Field hockey ball.svg 13' Report Navarro Field hockey ball.svg 38'
Castillo Field hockey ball.svg 42'
Martinez Field hockey ball.svg 64'
Umpires:
Ayanna McClean (TRI)
Suzzane Sutton (USA)

26 October 2011
17:30
Cuba  Flag of Cuba.svg2–1Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago
Carmenate Field hockey ball.svg 32'
Argentel Field hockey ball.svg 62'
Report Wynne Field hockey ball.svg 8'
Umpires:
Carol Metchette (IRL)
Arely Castellanos (MEX)

Seventh and eighth place

28 October 2011
09:00
Barbados  Flag of Barbados.svg1–3Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago
Warner Field hockey ball.svg 25' Report Wynne Field hockey ball.svg 24', 33'
Thompson Field hockey ball.svg 29'
Umpires:
Catalina Montesino Wenzel (CHI)
Chenge Hong (TPE)

Fifth and sixth place

28 October 2011
11:30
Cuba  Flag of Cuba.svg3–2Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
Vera Field hockey ball.svg 28'
Sierra Field hockey ball.svg 35', 65'
Report Navarro Field hockey ball.svg 23', 45'
Umpires:
Stephanie Judefind (USA)
Verónica Villafañe (ARG)

Medal round

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
26 October 2011
 
 
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 4
 
28 October 2011
 
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 0
 
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 2
 
26 October 2011
 
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 4
 
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 4
 
 
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 2
 
Third place
 
 
28 October 2011
 
 
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 3
 
 
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 0

Semi-finals

26 October 2011
11:00
Argentina  Flag of Argentina.svg4–0Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Luchetti Field hockey ball.svg 5'
García Field hockey ball.svg 22'
Aymar Field hockey ball.svg 47'
Merino Field hockey ball.svg 56'
Report
Umpires:
Wendy Stewart (CAN)
Kelly Hudson (NZL)

26 October 2011
15:00
United States  Flag of the United States.svg4–2Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Laubach Field hockey ball.svg 9', 43'
Cesan Field hockey ball.svg 21'
Kasold Field hockey ball.svg 58'
Report Stairs Field hockey ball.svg 7', 45'
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Maritza Pérez Castro (URU)

Bronze medal match

28 October 2011
15:00
Chile  Flag of Chile.svg3–0Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Urroz Field hockey ball.svg 27'
D. Caram Field hockey ball.svg 42'
De. Infante Field hockey ball.svg 67'
Report
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Kelly Hudson (NZL)

Gold medal match

28 October 2011
17:30
Argentina  Flag of Argentina.svg2–4Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Barrionuevo Field hockey ball.svg 19', 42' Report Selenski Field hockey ball.svg 14'
Taylor Field hockey ball.svg 16'
O'Donnell Field hockey ball.svg 35'
Vittese Field hockey ball.svg 66'
Umpires:
Carol Metchette (IRL)
Wendy Stewart (CAN)

Final standings

  1. Flag of the United States.svg  United States
  2. Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
  3. Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
  4. Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
  5. Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba
  6. Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
  7. Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago
  8. Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados

Medalists

EventGoldSilverBronze
WomenFlag of the United States.svg  United States  (USA)
Kayla Bashore-Smedley
Michelle Cesan
Lauren Crandall
Rachel Dawson
Katelyn Falgowski
Melissa Gonzalez
Michelle Kasold
Claire Laubach
Caroline Nichols
Katie O'Donnell
Julia Reinprecht
Katie Reinprecht
Paige Selenski
Amy Swensen
Shannon Taylor
Michelle Vittese
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina  (ARG)
Laura Aladro
Luciana Aymar
Noel Barrionuevo
Silvina D'Elia
Soledad García
Rosario Luchetti
Sofía Maccari
Delfina Merino
Carla Rebecchi
Macarena Rodríguez
Rocío Sánchez Moccia
Mariela Scarone
Daniela Sruoga
María Josefina Sruoga
Belén Succi
Victoria Zuloaga
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile  (CHI)
Catalina Cabach
Camila Caram
Daniela Caram
María Fernández
Christine Fingerhuth
Carolina García
Daniela Infante
Denise Infante
Paula Infante
Josefina Khamis
Claudia Schüler
Catalina Thiermann
Manuela Urroz
Javiera Villagra
Sofia Walbaum
Michelle Wilson

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