Field hockey at the 1999 Pan American Games

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The Field Hockey Tournament at the 1999 Pan American Games was held on the pitch of the Kildonan East College near Winnipeg, Canada, from Saturday July 24 to Wednesday August 4. It served as a qualification tournament for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.

Men's tournament[edit]

Participating nations[edit]


Umpires[edit]

Preliminary Round-Robin[edit]

Standings[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Canada 16 6 5 1 0 28 5 +23
2.  Argentina 16 6 5 1 0 29 7 +22
3.  Cuba 10 6 3 1 2 12 15 –3
4.  Chile 8 6 2 2 2 11 16 –5
5.  United States 5 6 1 2 3 11 12 –1
6.  Trinidad and Tobago 4 6 1 1 4 13 25 –12
7.  Mexico 0 6 0 0 6 6 30 –24

Results[edit]

July 24, 1999
18:00
United States  1–1  Chile
Steve Jennings 41' Jorge O'Ryan 41'
July 24, 1999
20:00
Canada  7–0  Trinidad and Tobago
Andrew Griffiths 19'
Scott Mosher 22'
Paul Wettlaufer
Andrew Griffiths 37'
Peter Milkovich 45' (ps)
Peter Milkovich 46' (ps)
Rob Short 59'
Umpires:
Xavier Adell (ESP)
Marcelo Servetto (ARG)

July 25, 1999
18:00
Cuba  1–4  Argentina
July 25, 1999
20:00
Mexico  0–5  Canada
Scott Mosher 19'
Bindi Kullar 35'
Peter Milkovich 46' (pc)
Paul Wettlaufer 48'
Scott Mosher 65'
Umpires:
Cameron Burke (BAR)
Richard Wisdom (JAM)

July 26, 1999
15:00
Trinidad and Tobago  1–1  United States
Brian Garcia 44' Scott Williams 19' (ps)
Umpires:
Xavier Adell (ESP)
Chris Wilson (CAN)
July 26, 1999
17:00
Cuba  1–1  Chile
July 26, 1999
19:00
Mexico  1–6  Argentina

July 27, 1999
17:00
Canada  2–0  United States
Paul Wettlaufer 33'
Peter Milkovich 70' (pc)
Umpires:
Xavier Adell (ESP)
Roger St. Rose (TRI)
July 27, 1999
19:00
Trinidad and Tobago  2–4  Chile

July 28, 1999
15:00
Cuba  3–0  Mexico
July 28, 1999
17:00
Argentina  3–3  Canada
Santiago Capurro 6'
Tomás MacCormik 21'
Santiago Capurro 53'
Peter Milkovich 23' (pc)
Peter Milkovich 37' (pc)
Peter Milkovich 60' (pc)
Umpires:
Cameron Burke (BAR)
Steve Simpson (USA)

July 29, 1999
15:00
Mexico  2–3  Chile

July 30, 1999
11:00
Cuba  3–2  Trinidad and Tobago
July 30, 1999
13:00
Argentina  4–1  United States
Rodrigo Vila 6'
Jorge Lombi 35' (pc)
Fernando Moresi 49' (pc)
Jorge Lombi 60' (pc)
Scott Williams 63' (pc)
Umpires:
Roberto Lopez (CUB)
Chris Wilson (CAN)

July 31, 1999
13:00
Cuba  0–6  Canada
Peter Milkovich 9' (pc)
Rob Short 15'
Scott Mosher 25' (pc)
Bindi Kullar 44'
Ian Bird 53' (pc)
Ian Bird 63' (pc)
Umpires:
Marcelo Servetto (ARG)
Roger St. Rose (TRI)
July 31, 1999
15:00
Argentina  7–1  Trinidad and Tobago

August 1, 1999
11:00
Mexico  0–6  United States
Steve Jennings 21' (pc)
Shawn Nakamura 26' (pc)
Jang Badesha 35'
Scott Williams 39'
Jeremy Cook 52'
Shawn Nakamura 61' (pc)
Umpires:
Xavier Adell (ESP)
Cameron Burke (BAR)
August 1, 1999
13:00
Canada  5–2  Chile
Rob Short 16' (pc)
Scott Mosher 31' (pc)
Chris Gifford 39'
Peter Milkovich 44' (pc)
Andrew Griffiths 49'
Sven Schonborn 6' (pc)
Luis Montegu 69' (pc)
Umpires:
Roberto Lopez (CUB)
Steve Simpson (USA)

August 2, 1999
11:00
Mexico  3–7  Trinidad and Tobago
August 2, 1999
13:00
Cuba  4–2  United States
Ulises Lapera 14' (pc)
Juan Benavides 49' (pc)
Ulises Lapera 62'
Vladimir Reyes 68' (pc)
Shawn Hindy 22'
Shawn Hindy 34'
Umpires:
José Ramirez (MEX)
Roger St. Rose (TRI)
August 2, 1999
15:00
Argentina  5–0  Chile

Play-offs[edit]

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

August 4, 1999
09:00
Cuba  6–0  Chile

Gold Medal Game[edit]

August 4, 1999
18:30
Canada  1–0  Argentina
Ken Pereira Field goal scored in the 29th minute 29'
Umpires:
Xavier Adell (ESP)
Roger St. Rose (TRI)

Final ranking[edit]

RANK TEAM
1.  Canada
2.  Argentina
3.  Cuba
4.  Chile
5.  United States
6.  Trinidad and Tobago
7.  Mexico

Awards[edit]

 1999 Pan American Games Winners 

Canada
Third title

Topscorers[edit]

RANK PLAYER GOALS
1.  Peter Milkovich (CAN) 9
2.  Santiago Capurro (ARG) 7
 Luis Lapera (CUB)
 Jorge Lombi (ARG)
5.  Brian Garcia (TRI) 5
 Scott Mosher (CAN)
7.  Juan Benavides (CUB) 4

Team rosters[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

Máximo Pellegrino, Andrés Castelli, Mariano Chao (gk), Diego Chiodo (c), Jorge Lombi, Fernando Moresi, Fernando Zylberberg, Ezequiel Paulón, Santiago Capurro, Rodolfo Pérez, Carlos Retegui, Mariano Ronconi (gk), Gabriel Garreta, Tomás MacCormik, Rodrigo Vila, and Matias Vila. Head Coach: Marcelo Garraffo.

 Canada[edit]

Robin D'Abreo, Ian Bird, Alan Brahmst, Sean Campbell, Chris Gifford, Andrew Griffiths, Ronnie Jagday, Hari Kant (gk), Bindi Kullar, Mike Mahood (gk), Peter Milkovich (c), Scott Mosher, Ken Pereira, Rick Roberts, Rob Short and Paul Wettlaufer. Head Coach: Shiaz Virjee.

 Chile[edit]

Pablo Boetsch (c), Felipe Casanova, Alfredo Gantz, Rodrigo Hernández (gk), Walter Kramer, Sebastian Lüders, Raul Maffei, Cristian Montegu (gk), Luis Montegu, Jorge O'Ryan, Pablo O'Ryan, Sven Schonborn, Alan Stein, Gabriel Thiermann, Alfredo Urner, and Diego Wenz.

 Cuba[edit]

Alexander Armas, Eduardo Aroche (gk), Alain Bardaji, Juan Benavides, Yoandy Blanco, Puro Delgado, Ihosvany Hernández (gk), Ulises Lapera, Rolando Larrinaga, Yumay Oliva, Jorge Perez Hernández, Yuri Perez, Vladimir Reyes, José Rodríguez García, Yunier Rodriguez, and Victorio Valladares (c).

 Mexico[edit]

Hugo Aguilera, Miguel Bautista, Enrique Castro, Jaime Eduardo Chávez, Víctor Coleman, Carlos Gónzalez Moreno, Oscar Hernández, Marcos Márquez, Gabriel Martínez (gk), Armando Molina, Hugo Enrique Tagle, Juan Apuleyo Huerta, Jesús López Molina (gk), Mario Antonio Rosales, Carlos Ernesto Morales, and Pablo Sandino Morales. Head Coach: Jaime Chávez.

 Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Kwandwane Browne (c), Roger Daniel, Peter Edwards, Glen Francis (gk), David Francois, George Froix, Brian Garcia, Damian Golden, Aldon Jasper, Brian Lee Chow (gk), Albert Marcano, Anthony Marcano, Dean Nieves, Kurt Noriega, Dwain Quan Chan, and Nicholas Wren.

 United States[edit]

Jang Badhesha, Rinku Bhamber, Randy Christie, Jeremy Cook, Patrick Cota, Steve Danielson, Andrew Duncan (gk), Shawn Hindy, Steve Jennings, Ryan Langford (c), Shawn Nakamura, Gus Reed, Mike Schanafelt, Brian Schledorn, John Voegtli (gk), and Scott Williams. Head Coach: Shiv Jagday.

Women's tournament[edit]

Participating nations[edit]


Umpires[edit]

Preliminary Round-Robin[edit]

Standings[edit]

Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Argentina 18 6 6 0 0 23 2 +21
2.  United States 15 6 5 0 1 13 2 +11
3.  Canada 12 6 4 0 2 20 5 +15
4.  Trinidad and Tobago 7 6 2 1 3 5 14 –9
5.  Cuba 6 6 2 0 4 12 16 –4
6.  Chile 2 6 0 2 4 2 18 –17
7.  Mexico 1 6 0 1 5 0 17 –17

Results[edit]

July 24, 1999
13:00
Cuba  1–2  Trinidad and Tobago
July 24, 1999
15:00
Canada  1–3  Argentina
Karen MacNeill Field goal scored in the 30th minute 30' Luciana Aymar Field goal scored in the 14th minute 14'
Cecilia Rognoni Penalty corner scored in the 32nd minute 32'
Alejandra Gulla Penalty corner scored in the 53rd minute 53'
Umpires:
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
Judy Brinsfield (USA)

July 25, 1999
11:00
Chile  0–7  Cuba
July 25, 1999
13:00
Mexico  0–5  Canada
Lisa Faust Penalty corner scored in the 25th minute 25'
Amy MacFarlane Field goal scored in the 35th minute 35'
Amy MacFarlane Field goal scored in the 38th minute 38'
Lisa Faust Penalty corner scored in the 46th minute 46'
Kristen Taunton Field goal scored in the 65th minute 65'
Umpires:
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
Cecilia Valenzuela (CHL)
July 25, 1999
15:00
Trinidad and Tobago  0–2  United States
Kelli James Penalty corner scored in the 6th minute 6'
Kate Barber Field goal scored in the 11th minute 11'

July 26, 1999
13:00
Chile  0–4  Argentina

July 27, 1999
11:00
Mexico  0–3  Cuba
July 27, 1999
13:00
Canada  0–1  United States
Kris Fillat Penalty corner scored in the 49th minute 49'
Umpires:
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
Alicia Takeda (MEX)
July 27, 1999
15:00
Trinidad and Tobago  0–4  Argentina

July 28, 1999
11:00
Mexico  0–0  Chile
July 28, 1999
13:00
Cuba  1–5  Canada
Yadira Puente Penalty corner scored in the 52nd minute 52' Sue Tingley Penalty corner scored in the 21st minute 21'
Aoibhinn Grimes Field goal scored in the 27th minute 27'
Karen MacNeill Penalty corner scored in the 47th minute 47'
Aoibhinn Grimes Field goal scored in the 60th minute 60'
Kristen Taunton Field goal scored in the 62nd minute 62'
Umpires:
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
Judy Brinsfield (USA)

July 29, 1999
18:00
United States  1–2  Argentina
Kelli James Penalty corner scored in the 62nd minute 62' Karina Masotta Penalty corner scored in the 41st minute 41'
Cecilia Rognoni Penalty corner scored in the 67th minute 67'
Umpires:
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
Gill Clarke (ENG)

July 30, 1999
16:00
Chile  2–2  Trinidad and Tobago
July 30, 1999
18:00
Cuba  0–4  United States
Jill Reeve Penalty corner scored in the 2nd minute 2'
Carla Tagliente Penalty corner scored in the 20th minute 20'
Kate Barber Penalty corner scored in the 46th minute 46'
Michelle Vizzuso Penalty corner scored in the 64th minute 64'
Umpires:
Janice McClintock (CAN)
Alicia Takeda (MEX)
July 30, 1999
20:00
Mexico  0–5  Argentina

July 31, 1999
17:00
Chile  0–4  Canada
Aoibhinn Grimes Penalty corner scored in the 9th minute 9'
Lisa Faust Penalty corner scored in the 27th minute 27'
Karen MacNeill Penalty corner scored in the 52nd minute 52'
Carla Somerville Penalty stroke scored in the 61st minute 61'
Umpires:
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
Lisa Marcano (TRI)

August 1, 1999
16:00
Mexico  0–3  United States
Cindy Werley Field goal scored in the 27th minute 27'
Kelli James Field goal scored in the 62nd minute 62'
Antoinette Lucas Penalty stroke scored in the 66th minute 66'
Umpires:
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
Lisa Marcano (TRI)
August 1, 1999
18:00
Canada  5–0  Trinidad and Tobago
Amy MacFarlane Field goal scored in the 33rd minute 33'
Karen MacNeill Penalty corner scored in the 40th minute 40'
Karen MacNeill Penalty corner scored in the 44th minute 44'
Sue Tingley Field goal scored in the 55th minute 55'
Sue Armstrong Field goal scored in the 67th minute 67'
Umpires:
Alicia Takeda (MEX)
Cecilia Valenzuela (CHL)
August 1, 1999
20:00
Cuba  0–5  Argentina

August 2, 1999
18:00
Mexico  0–1  Trinidad and Tobago
August 2, 1999
20:00
Chile  0–2  United States
Kate Barber Field goal scored in the 40th minute 40'
Kris Fillat Field goal scored in the 49th minute 49'
Umpires:
Joanne Cabrera (CUB)
Lisa Marcano (TRI)

Play-offs[edit]

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

August 4, 1999
11:30
Canada  2–0  Trinidad and Tobago
Laurelee Kopeck Penalty stroke scored in the 32nd minute 32'
Laurelee Kopeck Penalty corner scored in the 41st minute 41'
Umpires:
Alicia Takeda (MEX)
Maria Iparraguirre (ARG)

Gold Medal Game[edit]

August 4, 1999
16:00
Argentina  5–2  United States
Vanina Oneto Penalty corner scored in the 16th minute 16'
Vanina Oneto Penalty corner scored in the 35th minute 35'
Magdalena Aicega Penalty corner scored in the 42nd minute 42'
Karina Masotta Field goal scored in the 47th minute 47'
Alejandra Gulla Penalty corner scored in the 67th minute 67'
Cindy Werley Field goal scored in the 2nd minute 2'
Carla Tagliente Field goal scored in the 35th minute 35'
Umpires:
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
Gill Clarke (ENG)

Final ranking[edit]

RANK TEAM
1.  Argentina
2.  United States
3.  Canada
4.  Trinidad and Tobago
5.  Cuba
6.  Chile
7.  Mexico

Awards[edit]

 1999 Pan American Games Winners 

Argentina
Fourth title

Topscorers[edit]

RANK PLAYER GOALS
1.  Vanina Oneto (ARG) 8
2.  Alejandra Gulla (ARG) 5
 Yagnelis Drake Torres (CUB)
4.  Karen MacNeill (CAN) 4
 Karina Masotta (ARG)
6.  Amy MacFarlane (CAN) 3
 Angulo Roque (CUB)

Team Rosters[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

Magdalena Aicega, Mariela Antoniska (gk), Inés Arrondo, Luciana Aymar, Silvina Corvalán, Anabel Gambero, Agustina García, Alejandra Gulla, María de la Paz Hernández, Mercedes Margalot, Karina Masotta (c), Vanina Oneto, Jorgelina Rimoldi, Cecilia Rognoni, Ayelén Stepnik, and Paola Vukojicic (gk). Head Coach: Sergio Vigil.

 Canada[edit]

Sue Armstrong, Michelle Bowyer, Lisa Faust, Sarah Forbes (gk), Aoibhinn Grimes, Ann Harada (gk), Chris Hunter, Laurelee Kopeck, Amy MacFarlane, Karen MacNeill, Carla Somerville, Bobbi Jo Steadward, Kristen Taunton, Sue Tingley, Julia Wong, and Jenny Zinkan-McGrade. Head Coach: Dru Marshall.

 Chile[edit]

Carolina Albertz, Susana Beya (c), Marcela Diaz Moya, Carolina Hepp (gk), Daniela Infante, Paula Infante, Soledad Krautz (gk), Yasna Kusanovic, Carolina Lobo, Paula MacKenzie, Andrea Mateluna, María Pilasi, Jessie Rojas, Macarena Scaff, June Stockins, and Paulette Wainberg.

 Cuba[edit]

Magalys Santa Cruz (gk), Yamelys Agramonte (gk), Yadira Puente, E. Caballero, Regla Gómez (c), Mirialys Cairo Piedra, Yunelys Rosales, Dayni Rivas, María Hernández, Yadelis Peña, Yagnelis Drake Torres, Yaquelín Drake Torres, G. Roque Angulo, Yolaysis Trujillo, Oria Hernández, and Janet Zapata. Head Coach: Tomás Vizcaina.

 Mexico[edit]

Mares María Chávez, María García, Myrna García (gk), Olivia García Gil, Yesika Guadarrama, Irma Hernández (c), Laura Leaños, María Nava, Edith Ramírez, Rosalba del Rosario, Leticia Sanchez, Adriana Tagle, Silvia Pichardo (gk), Karina Pineda, Yadira Vázquez, and Yessica Zepeda.

 Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Sherlan Cabralis, Celia Cropper, Dixie Ann de Roche, Nicole Dixon, Christabella George Ford, Jessel Gilbert, Maureen Jacob (gk), Kathleen La Rode, Yvette La Rode, Brigid Lewis, Richelle Mitchell, Tamara Nancoo (c), Penelope Stephens, Michelle Thornhill (gk), Oire Trotman, and Curlyne Wynn. Head Coach: Bernard Jesse.

 United States[edit]

Kate Barber, Chris DeBow, Kris Fillat, Tracey Fuchs, Kelli James, Katie Kauffman, Antoinette Lucas, Jill Reeve, Mimi Smith, Eleanor Race, Margaret Storrar (gk), Carla Tagliente, Jana Toepel, Michelle Vizzuso, Cindy Werley, and Jana Withrow (gk). Head Coach: Tracey Belbin.

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