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U.S. Youth Soccer Girls Youth National Team Pools
December 19th, 1997 12AM



The following players were selected to the U.S. Youth Soccer Girls Olympic Development Program National Pool. Selections were made in the 1980, 1981 and 1982 age groups at the interregional event held Nov. 26-30 in Bradenton, Fla. Selections were made by the USSF National Teams Staff. 1980 Girls ODP National Team Pool Meghan Anderson (Omaha), Pardis Ariazan (Salt Lake City), Krista Boling (San Jose), Susan Bush (Houston), Danielle Borgman (Cincinnati), Tara Comfort (Carrollton, Texas), Leslie Gaston (Montgomery, Ala.), Laura Gaworecki (Houston), Devvyn Hawkins (Olympia, Wash.), Anna Kraus (Mountain View, Calif.), Lori Lindsey (Indianapolis), Samantha Meyers (Fredrick, Md.), Mary Monroe (East Northport, N.Y.), Emily Oleksiuk (Willow Grove, Pa.), Caroline Putz (Bountiful, Utah), Anny Remy (Norman, Okla.), Kelly Rheem (Littleton, Colo.), Michelle Royal (Arlington, Texas), Brooke Stasny (Baltimore), Danielle Slaton (San Jose), Elizabeth Wagner (Houston), Abby Wambach (Pittsford, N.Y.), Kelly Worden (Spring, Texas). 1981 Girls ODP National Team Pool Elizabeth Ball (Dallas), Nicole Barnhart (Gilbersville, Pa.), Kathleen Cain (Redlands, Calif.), Jessica Delucchi (Richland, Wash.), Kristin Fisher (Rochester Hills, Mich.), Amanda Guertin (Grapevine, Texas), Allison Lovelace (Dallas, Ga.), Nancy Mikacenic (Seattle), Erin Misaki (Valencia, Calif.), Martha Moore (Spring, Texas), Lauren Orlandos (Lake Forest, Calif.), Kimberly Patrick (Pleasonton, Calif.), Susana Post (Davis, Calif.), Vanessa Pruzinsky (Trumbull, Conn.), Nanci Pryce (Castleberry, Fla.), Heather Ragsdale (Arlington, Texas), Laura Schott (Wilsonville, Calif.), Hope Solo (Richland, Wash.), Amy Sullivant (Utica, Mich.), Elizabeth Totman (Rockville Center, N.Y.), Andrea Velasco (Robbinsville, N.J.), Jordan Walker (Richardson, Texas), Marcia Wallis (Los Gatos, Calif.), Christie Welsh (Massapeque, N.Y.), Charlotte Withers (Los Altos Hills, Calif.). 1982 Girls ODP National Team Pool Breanne Bennett (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Melissa Bennett (Kent, Wash.), Leigh Blomgren (Greensboro, N.C.), Kathleen Cain (Redlands, Calif.), Jodi Clugston (Red Hill, Pa.), Aleisha Cramer (Lakewood, Colo.), Christine D'Antonio (Brick, N.J.), Jessica Edwards (Mesa, Ariz.), Alexandra Gagarin (Austin, Texas), Gillian Hatch (Milwaukee), Christine Johnson (Federal Way, Wash.), Laura Kram (Chesterfield, Mo.), Jennifer Lewis (Birmingham, Ala.), Kati McBain (Los Altos Hills, Calif.), Vonda Matthews (Broken Arrow, Okla.), Robynn Morrell (Plymouth, Mich.), Mary Nelson (Houston), Nandi Pryce (Castleberry, Fla.), Catherine Reddick (Birmingham, Ala.), Randi Scheller (Kutztown, Pa.), Natalie Spilger (El Cajon, Calif.), Kylee Wosnuk (Folsum, Calif.), Veronica Zepeda (Riverside, Calif.), Jennifer Zieky (Glastonbury, Conn.).

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