Alex Morgan and co. stay unbeaten for 21-straight with a definitive win in San Jose.

(center) Forward Alex Morgan fires a pass to center field past (left) Chile’s defender Carla Guerrero as (right) midfielder Carli Lloyd looks on at Avaya Stadium in San Jose. Photo by Adam Pardee

The U.S. Women’s soccer team trounced Chile last night 4–0 in San Jose in front of a boisterous Bay Area crowd. Fans and future female footballers alike got to cheer on (and maybe meet) their favorite players, including superstar Alex Morgan and hometown favorite (out of Menlo Park) Tierna Davidson.

This latest win maintains the squads streak of 21 undefeated matches ahead of the big World Cup qualifier early next month, which will hopefully situate the women on the world’s stage where the men were so noticeably absent this past summer.

Six Fifty photographer Adam Pardee put in the leg work last night to shoot every phase of the match, from the pre-game tailgate to post-victory autograph session. Take a look…..

Clockwise from top left: Women and girls of all ages came to cheer on the US Women’s Soccer team and their favorite club team players. The grassy field behind Avaya Stadium’s open bar held numerous food trucks, beanbag toss, and a large space for families to sit and have dinner before the match. Enthusiastic fans held up signs for their favorite player including crowd favorite, Alex Morgan. The Quadrini family pose for a photo on their way to their seats in Avaya Stadium. Three Chilean soccer fans, and one American soccer fan, tailgate outside Avaya Stadium prior to the soccer match. Photos by Adam Pardee
Clockwise from top left: The US Women’s Soccer Team starters pose for a photo for press photographers prior to the match. Forward Alex Morgan stands and takes a breath amid an injury delay during the match. Midfielder McCall Zerboni holds a team huddle prior to kickoff before the US takes on Chile for the second friendly match in a week. The US Women’s Soccer team looks on toward the American flag during the National Anthem before the match. Fans cheered, celebrated and shared their excitement about the US’s win on social media. Photos by Adam Pardee
Clockwise from top left: Goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris throws back a missed shot on goal towards US’s defenders. Midfielder Carli Lloyd tries for a second goal after making her first goal at the 47th minute (Carli scored her second goal at the 93rd minute). Forward Mallory Pugh celebrates directly after scoring her first goal of the night for the US team at the 34th minute. Forward Alex Morgan laughs off a foul committed by Chilean midfielder Karen Araya that she felt should have been a harsher penalty. The US team surrounds and celebrates Carli Lloyd after scoring her first goal of the night, and her 101st international career goal, at the forty-seventh minute. Photos by Adam Pardee
Clockwise from top: Midfielder Carli Lloyd takes a selfie with a thrilled fan after their second friendly win against Chile. Fans cheered and roared as the whistle rang out in Avaya Stadium signaling the US had won the match over Chile. Approximately fifteen thousand US and Chile fans were in attendance at Avaya Stadium which holds eighteen thousand at maximum capacity. Stanford’s own soccer defender Tierna Davidson signs soccer balls and hats after their win against Chile in San Jose.

Stay up to date with other coverage from The Six Fifty by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, featuring event listings, reviews and articles showcasing the best that the Peninsula has to offer. Sign up here!

More from The Six Fifty:

The Peninsula’s newest pro basketball player is quickly becoming a (virtual) NBA superstar

Surfing Silicon Valley — tour the beaches that attract techies and locals alike

The Dance Cam Mom conquers the world

Stanford vs. Cal: A visual history of the Big Game

Adam Pardee

Adam Pardee is a freelance photographer and photojournalist currently based in Mountain View, CA. Adam operates and shoots photos in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. When Adam is not shooting news stories and bands, he enjoys taking pictures of nature, dogs, and portraits. Adam has been published by the Palo Alto Weekly, the Mountain View Voice, The Almanac, and Adam grew up in Newbury Park, CA and went to California State University Monterey Bay where he graduated Cum Laude with a degree is Music Technology.

You May Also Like

Get secret messages from the sea in one of seven installations at the Code:ART digital art festival

Bookworm’s bounty: An editor ponders her favorite local bookshops

11 ways to get outdoors this fall

Cinequest independent film festival debuts in Mountain View