Allie Long scored her first two international goals, and the United States routed Colombia 7-0 Wednesday night in the Americans' first exhibition since five players filed a wage-discrimination action against the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Crystal Dunn, Mallory Pugh, Carli Lloyd, Tobin Heath and Christen Press also scored for the Americans, who are preparing for this summer's Olympics, where they will try to win their fourth straight gold medal.

Hope Solo had her eighth shutout of the year, and the U.S. improved to 10-0 this year going into Sunday's match against Colombia at Chester, Pennsylvania. Alex Morgan (hip) and Morgan Brian (hamstring) did not suit up but are expected to be available for Sunday.

Lloyd, Morgan, Solo, Megan Rapinoe and Becky Sauerbrunn filed an action last week with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, accusing the USSF of unlawfully paying them less than members of the U.S. men's national team. The union for the women's national team is in a legal battle with the USSF, claiming it can terminate its labor contract. The USSF claims the deal runs through December.

Dunn put the Americans ahead in the 27th, beating goalkeeper Catalina Perez, and Long, a 28-year-old midfielder, doubled the lead in the 32nd with a header off a pass from Portland teammate Lindsey Horan. Pugh made it 3-0 a minute later with an assist from Lloyd, who scored her 87th international goal in the 39th.

Heath got her goal in the 62nd minute off a cross from Dunn, and Long scored on a a header from Julie Johnston's pass in the 65th. Christen Press added a goal in the 74th minute.