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MORNING BRIEFING: U-20 women headed back to camp
by Paul Kennedy, October 7th, 2008 8AM
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Many of the top young players in women's soccer will be unavailable the weekend of Oct. 23-25 as the U.S. under-20 national team faces its Canadian counterpart in a pair of games following a short camp at the Home Depot Center.

The 20 players Coach Tony DiCicco called into camp are expected to form the basis of the team that will head to Chile for the Under-20 Women's World Cup in November. They will miss the college playoffs.

Four players are red-shirting or have delayed their college enrollment: goalies Chantel Jones (Virginia) and Cat Parkhill (Minnesota), and midfielders Christine Nairn (Penn State signee) and Ingrid Wells (Georgetown).

GOALKEEPERS: Chantel Jones (Virginia), Alyssa Naeher (Penn State), Cat Parkhill (Minnesota)
DEFENDERS: Kiersten Dallstream (Washington State), Kaley Fountain (Wake Forest), Lauren Fowlkes (Notre Dame), Liz Harkin (Arizona State), Meghan Klingenberg (North Carolina), Nikki Marshall (Colorado)
MIDFIELDERS: Gina DiMartino (Boston College), Becky Edwards (Florida State), Christine Nairn (Bowie, Md.), Elli Reed (Portland), Ingrid Wells (Georgetown), Keelin Winters (Portland)
FORWARDS: Michelle Enyeart (Portland), Sydney Leroux (UCLA), Alyssa Mautz (Texas A&M), Alex Morgan (California), Nikki Washington (North Carolina)

HANKS MILESTONE. Notre Dame senior forward Kerri Hanks picked up an assist and converted a penalty kick in Sunday's 3-1 win over Marquette to become the school's all-time leader with 213 points (76 goals and 61 assists), passing former standout Jenny Streiffer (211 from 1996-99).

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