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December 19th, 1997 12AM
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The following players were selected to the U.S. Youth Soccer Girls Olympic Development Program National Pool. Selections were made by the USSF national teams staff at the interregional event held Nov. 26-30 in Bradenton, Fla. 1980 Boys ODP National Team Pool Aaron Biddle (Bordentown, N.J.), John Bradford (Winston-Salem, N.C.), Chris Carrieri (Stafford, Va.), Jonathan Cole (Pasadena, Md.), Nicholas DeGraw (Clinton Township, Md.), Chris Fehrle (Hatboro, Pa.), Ryan Futagaki (Fountain Valley, Calif.), John Hemphill (Asheville, N.C.), Marshall Leonard (Midland, Ga.), Mike Nugent (Cranbury, N.J.), Mike Piserchio (Littleton, Colo.), Kevin Sakuda (Fremont, Calif.), Timothy Santori (St. Louis, Mo.), Kyle Singer (Plymouth, Minn.), Marty Tappel (Lexington, Ky.), Michael Ueltschey (Jackson, Miss.), Nozomu Yamauchi (Chapel Hill, N.C.). 1981 Boys ODP National Team Pool Matthew Ahumada (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Daniel Bolin (Knoxville, Tenn.), Jordan Cila (Jericho, N.Y.), Justin Detter (White Lake, Mich.), Tighe Dombrowski (West Allis, Wisc.), Landon Donovan (Redlands, Calif.), Chris Green (Strongsville, Ohio), Bryan Jackson (La Canada, Calif.), Kelvin Jones (Fredricksburg, Va.), Sean McGinty (Charlotte, N.C.), Oguchi Onyewu (Olney, Md.), Andrew Pancio (St. Peters, Mo.), Matthew Roberts (Belle Mead, N.J.), Jesse Servin (Reseda, Calif.), Abraham Thompson (Fairfax Station, Va.), Seth Trembly (Littleton, Colo.), John Wall (Encino, Calif.), Christopher Wingert (Babylon, N.Y.), Alexander Yi (Easton, Md.). 1982 Boys ODP National Team Pool Gabe Berstein (Maplewood, N.J.), Todd Brown (Arlington, Texas), Jean Camere (Miami, Fla.), Bobby Convey (Philadelphia, Pa.), Steve Cronin (Fair Oaks, Calif.), John Davis (Los Angeles, Calif.), Brian Devlin (Philadelphia, Pa.), Paul Dolinsky (Carmel, Ind.), Michael Enrush (Sherman Oaks, Calif.), Raymond Fumo (Monroe, N.C.), John Hanley (Indianapolis, Ind.), David Hanlon (Davenport, Iowa), Dwayne Jones (New Orleans, La.), C.J. Klaas (Cherry Valley, Ill.), Chris Leidner (Greenlawn, N.Y.), Raul Palomares (Inglewood, Calif.), Carlos Parra (Germantown, Md.), Jairo Salazar (Downey, Calif.), Udo Seidel (Prospect Heights, Ill.), Jon Skalecki (Wauwatosa, Wisc.), Brett Wiesner (Brookfield, Wisc.).


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