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Slammers U-18 girls aim for another title
by Paul Kennedy, July 25th, 2007 7AM

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ARSENAL WORLD CLASS
State Association: New Jersey
Notable: Shira Averbuch, sister of North Carolina star Yael Averbuch, and Brittani Bartok are in U-17 girls pool.

ROSTER:
1 Lianne Maldonado
2 Lauren Lehman
3 Stefanee Pace
4 Ashlee Burt
6 Shira Averbuch
7 Stacie Dulkis
8 Danielle Schulman
10 Taylor Wilson
11 Stephanie DeLuca
12 Jessica Hurtado
14 Catherine Piotrowski
16 Nicki Gross
17 Jennifer Paulucci
18 Sylvia Stone
19 Dominique Adamo
20 Brittani Bartok
21 Leigh Victory
22 Amber Brooks
Head Coach Kazbek Tambi

BLOOMFIELD FORCE
State Association: Michigan
Notable: Forward Laura Heyboer is in the U-20 national team pool.

ROSTER:
2 Kelsey Tait
4 Caroline Zambricki
5 Caitlin Murnahan
7 Allison Drutchas
9 Jackie Carron
10 Amanda Bowery
11 Laura Heyboer
12 Lindsey Haroutunian
16 Brittany Boeckel
18 Jessica Leonard
19 Dani Haelewyn
20 Nicole Dulyea
21 Deanna Kinter
22 Courtney Shegos
24 Jill Flietstra
26 Selena Stanski
28 Aimee Luurtsema
33 Marie Zaccagni
77 Sarah Stanczyk
Head Coach Andy Wagstaff

SOLAR
State Association: North Texas
Notable: For Solar, better known for its boys program, this is its first trip to the girls nationals.

ROSTER:
2 Jennifer Silva
3 Ashleigh Noble
4 Kelli Barnes
5 Danielle Fritz
7 Carlyn Powers
9 Caitlin McDowell
10 Lauren Sheperd
11 Brianne Frost
12 Danielle Herron
13 Alex McMichael
14 Ashley Galovic
15 Kristen Daus
16 Chelsea Palmer
18 Kelley Ricker
20 Brandi Neilson
21 Elizabeth Babb
22 Claire West
25 Amanda Hall
Head Coach Nick Stavrou

SLAMMERS FC
State Association: Cal South
Notable: The Slammers won national titles as U-14s in 2003 and U-16s in 2005.

ROSTER:
1 Alicia Lugo
2 Ashlee Elliot
3 Megan Jesolva
4 Kate Edwards
5 Haleigh Guertin
6 Lauren Sanford
7 Alyssa Davila
8 Jacqueline Zinke
9 Taylor Fallon
10 Leslie Grandy
11 Christina Murillo
13 Christen Press
15 Kellye Joswick
17 Jessica Gordon
21 Kailah Martin
22 Ayana Sumiyasu
42 Tanya Emerson
Head Coach Ziad Khoury



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