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U.S. under-14 boys national team camp roster
May 7th, 2008 6:30AM

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[YOUTH] The U.S. under-14 boys national team is taking part in an eight-day camp at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., under the supervision of Coach Manny Schellscheidt. For the complete roster ...

He has called 38 players, all born in 1994, for the camp that runs through Saturday. They are scrimmaging local club teams throughout the week.

U.S. U-14 Boys Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Alexander Bello (Atletico Madrid, Spain), Kendall McIntosh (Santa Rosa United, Calif.), Josh McNeely (Real So Cal, Calif.), Dakota Niedermeier (Olney Rangers, Md.), Fernando Pina (Texas Premier, Texas).
DEFENDERS: Astouh Ayah (Blaack Watch, Fla.), Andrew Chang (Sockers, Ill.), Jerome Cristobal (Vardar, Mich.), Alfred Edmonds (Almaden Storm, Calif.), Malcolm Harris (Potomac, Md.), Gabriel Lock (San Juan Lightning, Calif.), Josh Miller (West Side Metro, Ore.), Marc Pelosi (De Anza Force, Calif.), Jalen Robinson (Bethesda SC, Md.), Bennett Yort (Arsenal SC, Ga.).
MIDFIELDERS: Yaw Amankwa (D.C. United youth, Md.), T.J. Casner (De Anza Force, Calif.), Mikhail Doholis (Eastside FC, Wash.), Matthew Dunn (Solar, Texas), Eric Gonzales (Corona United, Calif.), Alejandro Guido (Aztecs FC, Calif.), Leonard Kusina (Phoenix SC, Alaska), Aldo Magana (Extreme Italia, Calif.), Collin Martin (Premier Soccer Academy, Md.), Ryan Masch (De Anza Force, Calif.), Alexander Olofson (CASL, N.C.), Oscar Ortega (Aztecs FC, Calif.), Travis Pillon (Danville Mustangs, Calif.), Joel Salmeron (Chicago Wind, Ill.), Derek Sanchez (West Texas United, Texas), Ross Tetro (NJSA Gunners, N.J.), Todd Wharton (Richmnd Strikers, Va.).
FORWARDS: Devin Devoy (FC Greater Boston, Mass.), Desmond Gonzalez (Weston FC, Fla.), Esteban Rodriguez (Silva Intermediate, Calif.), Erick Sanchez (West Texas United, Texas), Sebastian Velasquez (Pateadores, Calif.), Victor Zamora (Rockford Raptors, Ill.).

 



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