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Select Academy squads for Nike Friendlies
December 4th, 2007 7AM

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[ROSTERS] U.S. national team coaches selected 29 Academy players for two U.S. National Training Select Teams participating in this week's Development Academy Nike Friendlies. The Under-15/16 National Team Training Select team will be comprised of Academy players born in 1992 and will be coached by Keith Fulk. The Under-17/18 National Team Training Select team will be coached by Raul Diaz Arce and be comprised of Academy players born in 1990 and 1991 as well as current Residency players born in 1990.

The two teams were selected from a pool of Academy players from four different conferences who participated in a National Team Training Camp with the U.S. U-17 national team in Bradenton, Fla.

Thirty-one Academy players representing the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, Atlantic and Southwest Conferences joined more than 40 players in U.S. Soccer's Residency Program to train under the guidance of new head coach Wilmer Cabrera and his staff.

Under-17/18 National Training Select Team
GOALKEEPERS:
Josh Lambo (Middleton, Wis.), William Walsh (Chester, N.J.).
DEFENDERS: Mykell Bates (Roseville, Calif.), Norris White (Kensington, Md.), Brice Carr (Mequon, Wis.), Chris Klute (Grand Prairie, Texas), Christopher Lebo (Telford, Pa.), James Wenger (Lititz, Pa.)
MIDFIELDERS: Sheanon Williams (Boston, Mass.), Brendan King (Naperville, Ill.), Jared Jeffrey (Dallas, Texas), Maxmillian Hamilton (Medford, N.J.), Patrick Boucher (Cromwell, Conn.), Brek Shea (College Station, Texas), Connor Fitzpatrick (Coventry, Conn.)
FORWARDS: Billy Schuler (Allentown, N.J.), Gaetano Panuccio (Mechanicsburg, Pa.), Christopher Hegngi (Silver Springs, Md.), Axel Levry (Ft. Washington, Md.)

Under-15/16 National Training Select Team
GOALKEEPERS:
Travis Ives (Bridgewater, N.J.)
DEFENDERS: Brandon Adler (Montville, N.J.), Julio Arjona (Germantown, Md.), Samuel Bradley (Potomac, Md.), Nicholas Garcia (Rochester, N.Y.), Dane Kenny (Williston Park, N.Y.), Andrew O'Malley (West Chester, Pa.), Shaquille Phillips (Greenbelt, Md.)
MIDFIELDERS: Justin Orden (Scarsdale, N.Y.), Dante Marini (Chadds Ford, Penn.), Clifford Lyle (Stamford, Conn.), Daniel Herrera (Massapequa, N.Y.), Juan Dominguez (Rego Park, N.Y.), Lester Dewee (Kensington, Md.), Joseph Schmid (Kingston, Pa.), Emmet Kumeh (Dallas, Texas), Christian Johnson (New York, N.Y.)
FORWARDS: Orlando Castaneda (Bethpage, N.Y.), Brian Span (Somers, N.Y.).



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