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U.S. under-14 girls national team roster
August 22nd, 2008 9AM

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The U.S. under-14 girls national team has been split into two teams - Team Stars and Team Stripes - for six matches in the U-16 division at the 2008 Women's Nike Friendlies that began Wednesday at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. Team Stripes fell to Real So Cal, 4-1, in the opening game of the competition.

U.S. U-14-Team Stars
GOALKEEPERS: Katelyn Rowland (Vacaville, Calif.), Morgan Ruhl (Hereford, Md.);
DEFENDERS: Stephanie Amack (Pleasanton, Calif.), Victoria Bruce (Cornelius, N.C.), Olivia Jester (Cincinnati, Ohio), Laura Liedle (San Diego, Calif.), Shelby Soldat (Rockwall, Texas), Maya Theuer (San Diego, Calif.);
MIDFIELDERS: Morgan Andrews (Milford, N.H.), Lauren Bernard (Colchester, Vt.), Isabel Farrell (Bellevue, Wash.), Lucy Lara (Como-Pickton, Texas), Ashley Spivey (Baltimore, Md.);
FORWARDS: Alex Anthony (Littleton, Colo.), Lauren D'Amico (Hummelstown, Pa.), Jaime Kator (Potomac, Md.), Yulie Lopez (Land O' Lakes, Fla.), Laura Rose (Cincinnati, Ohio)

U.S. U-14-Team Stripes
GOALKEEPERS: Christina Sarokon (North Tonawanda, N.Y.), Cassandra Sternback (Calabasas, Calif.);
DEFENDERS: Melissa Bomberger (Dublin, Ohio), Miranda Freeman (Royal Palm Beach, Fla.), Courtney Kobashigawa (Mansfield, Ohio), Mariah Powers (Elk Grove, Calif.), Loren Reilley (Alloway Twp., N.J.), Reagan Robishaw (Perry, Ohio);
MIDFIELDERS: Katherine Bettinger (Belvedere, Calif.), Jana Jeffery (Richardson, Texas), Kristen McNabb (Montville, N.J.), Ashley Meier (Strongsville, Ohio), Reilly Parker (Danville, Calif.), Cari Roccaro (East Islip, N.Y.), Haley Washburn (Folsom, Calif.);
FORWARDS: Mariana Galvan (San Jose, Calif.), Elaina Musleh (Carmel, Ind.), Brittany Ratcliffe (Franklin Twp., N.J.)




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