While the match started quickly, the United States and Colombia played to a tepid 0-0 draw to close out January Camp. Missed chances on both sides were the name of the game as Paul Arriola's 50th national team cap wasn't celebrated with a victory. Paxten Aaronson had a few good chances at goal in his national team debut -- following in the footsteps of his brother Brenden and becoming the eighth pair of brothers to both earn senior caps for the national team -- but he wasn't able to finish his chances.
Colombia picked apart the USMNT defense and while it was anchored by the experience of Aaron Long and Walker Zimmerman, neither looked comfortable. Matthew Hoppe got the start for the United States up top and his performance summed up the team's overall level quite well. He was constantly in space but never able to get the final ball where he wanted, so it ended up being a disappointing showing.
It's never good to end a camp without a victory, but with interim manager Anthony Hudson putting together this roster late and with so many changes in the lineups, growing pains were to be expected. There were bright showings and players like Aaronson and John Tolkin will benefit from these matches but there is still a long way to go for the USMNT for building out depth behind the first team.