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4. UNDER-21 WOMEN: Irish quartet leads USA in England
March 9th, 2007 4:55AM



Kerri Hanks, Michele Weissenhofer, Amanda Cinalli and Brittany Bock, who combined for 63 goals and 50 assists for NCAA Division I runner-up Notre Dame in 2006, will head the U.S. under-21 women's national team that travels to England on Friday for games against three English clubs.

U.S. coach Bill Irwin is bringing 18 players for matches against Blackburn Ladies on March 13, Everton Ladies on March 14 and Leeds Ladies on March 15.

The U.S. team has plenty of international experience. Nine players on the roster were members of the U.S. team that played at the 2006 U-20 Women's World Championship, where the team finished in fourth place. Hanks played on the U.S. team that won the 2002 U-19 world championship.
GOALKEEPERS: Kelsey Davis (Portland), Val Henderson (UCLA).
DEFENDERS: Jordan Angeli (Santa Clara), Marian Dalmy (Santa Clara), Nikki Krzysik (Virgina), Stephanie Logterman (Texas), Meghan Schnur (Connecticut), Brittany Taylor (Connecticut).
MIDFIELDERS: Brittany Bock (Notre Dame), Tina DiMartino (UCLA), Ali Krieger (Penn State), Amanda Poach (Santa Clara), Kylee Rossi (Tennessee).
FORWARDS: Amanda Cinalli (Notre Dame), Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame), Ella Masar (Illinois), Amy Rodriguez (USC), Michele Weissenhofer (Notre Dame).

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