COLUMBUS, Ohio – Three former members of the Ohio State women’s soccer team have spent the last few weeks representing their respective countries at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Lindsay Agnew and Nichelle Prince both were selected to the Canadian national team while Tiffany Cameron represented Jamaica.
Canada picked up victories over Cameroon and New Zealand before dropping its group-stage finale against the Netherlands. The Canadians will take on Sweden in the round of 16 at 3 p.m. ET Monday in Paris. The Reggae Girlz fell in their three group-stage matches as Cameron was a part of the first Jamaican squad to qualify for the Women’s World Cup.
Prince made two starts for Canada in the group stage while Agnew has not yet seen action. Prince started and played the first 75 minutes of Canada’s 1-0 group-stage opening win against Cameroon before having a hand in both goals in the 2-0 win over New Zealand. Prince made the start, assisting on Jessie Fleming’s goal in the 48th minute and then found the back of the net for the first time in the 79th minute before being subbed off five minutes later.
Cameron came on in the 79th minute of Jamaica’s World Cup opener against Brazil, playing 11 minutes in her World Cup debut. Cameron then made her first World Cup start, playing the first half for the Reggae Girlz in their group-stage finale against Australia.