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Sundhage makes big cuts
February 11th, 2008 6:45AM

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[U.S. WOMEN] U.S. women's national team head coach Pia Sundhage has reduced her roster to 26 players who are training at the Home Depot Center to prepare for the 2008 Algarve Cup, which will be held March 5-12 in southern Portugal.

Former University of North Carolina player Kacey White, who has been playing in Sweden, is the lone newcomer.

The following players who were not retained after participating in the mega-camp: defenders Marian Dalmy, Amy LePeilbet, Becky Sauerbrunn and Brittany Taylor, midfielders Jen Buczkowski, Tina DiMartino, Lindsay Huie, Sarah Huffman, Noelle Keselica, Joanna Lohman and Manya Makoski and forwards Tiffany Weimer and Christie Welsh.

The four matches at Algarve Cup are the next international games for the USA and the final official matches before it enters the CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament being held April 2-13 in Juarez, Mexico.

The top two finishers in that competition will qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

U.S. CAMP ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS:
Cori Alexander (Vancouver Whitecaps)
Kristen Luckenbill (FC Indiana)
Briana Scurry (U.S. Soccer residency)
Hope Solo (U.S. Soccer residency)
DEFENDERS:
Rachel Buehler (Stanford Univ.)
Stephanie Cox (Univ. of Portland)
Keeley Dowling (Orebro, Sweden)
Tobin Heath (Univ. of North Carolina)
Kate Markgraf (U.S. Soccer residency)
Heather Mitts (U.S. Soccer residency)
Christie Rampone (U.S. Soccer residency)
India Trotter (U.S. Soccer residency)
Cat Whitehill (U.S. Soccer residency)
MIDFIELDERS:
Shannon Boxx (U.S. Soccer residency)
Lori Chalupny (U.S. Soccer residency)
Angela Hucles (U.S. Soccer residency)
Carli Lloyd (U.S. Soccer residency)
Leslie Osborne (U.S. Soccer residency)
Lindsay Tarpley (U.S. Soccer residency)
Kacey White (Balinge, Sweden)
Angie Woznuk (Univ. of Portland)
FORWARDS:
Lauren Cheney (UCLA)
Natasha Kai (U.S. Soccer residency)
Heather O'Reilly (U.S. Soccer residency)
Amy Rodriguez (USC)
Abby Wambach (U.S. Soccer residency)

 



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