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RECRUITING: U-17 Women's World Cup prospects
October 31st, 2008 8AM



Play has begun at the inaugural Under-17 Women's World Cup in New Zealand. Both the United States and Canada are loaded with college prospects. (In the case of Canada, it has one player already in college: Memphis freshman Julia Ignacio.) Here's a look at who is going where, based on verbal commitments ...

Boston College has landed a pair of U.S. stars, Kristie Mewis and Vicki DiMartino, who joins her older sister Gina, at BC.

Both Texas and Stanford have verbal commitments from two U.S. U-17s, while West Virginia has verbals from three Canadians.

Alexa Gaul (Naperville, Ill.) Eclipse Select ... Texas  2009
Jennifer Pettigrew (Kearny, N.J.) World Class ... Seton Hall 2009
Taylor Vancil (South Elgin, Ill.) Eclipse Select ... Louisville 2009


Amber Brooks (New Hope, Pa.) World Class ... North Carolina 2009
Cloee Colohan (West Point, Utah) Black Diamond ... Portland 2009
Crystal Dunn (Rockville Center, N.Y.) Albertson Fury ... undecided 2010
Alexis Harris (Plano, Texas) Dallas Texans ... Texas 2010
Rachel Quon (Lake Forrest, Ill.) Eclipse Select ... Stanford  2009
Julia Roberts (Fredrick, Md.) McLean Freedom ... Virginia 2009


Kate Bennett (Clyde Hill, Wash.) Crossfire ... undecided 2010
Morgan Brian (St. Simons Island, Ga.) Ponte Vedra ... undecided 2011
Elizabeth Eddy (Costa Mesa, Calif.) So Cal Blues ... undecided 2010
Olivia Klei (Pleasanton, Calif.) Pleasanton Rage ... Santa Clara 2009
Mandy Laddish (Lee's Summit, Mo.) Blue Valley Stars ... Missouri 2010
Kristie Mewis (Hanson, Mass.) Scorpion SC ... Boston College 2009
Samantha Mewis (Hanson, Mass.) Scorpion SC ... undecided 2011
Erika Tymrak (Bradenton, Fla.) IMG Academy ... Florida 2009


*Hayley Brock (Action, Mass.) Stars of Massachusetts ... undecided 2010
Vicki DiMartino (Massapequa Park, N.Y.) Albertson Fury ... Boston College 2009
Samantha Johnson (Palmdale, Calif.) Real So Cal ... USC 2009
Courtney Verloo (Tualatin, Ore.) FC Portland ... Stanford 2009

Tani Costa (Honolulu, Hawaii) Leahi ... Penn State 2009

Sabrina D'Angelo (Welland, ON) undecided 2011
Cynthia Leblanc (Granby, QC) undecided 2009
Genevieve Richard (St-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC) undecided 2010


Kayla Afonso (Toronto, ON) undecided 2009
Lauren Granberg (Sherwood Park, AB)
Karli Hedlund (Edmonton, AB) Arizona 2009
Marialye Laramre-Trottier (Charlesbourg, QC) West Virginia 2009
Bryanna McCarthy (Ajax, ON) West Virginia
Alex Smith (Calgary, AB) Arizona 2009

Amy Harrison (Winnipeg, MB) Tennessee 2009
Julia Ignacio (Edmonton, AB) Memphis freshman
Nicole Mitchell (Guelph, ON) undecided 2010
Alyscha Mottershead (Brampton, ON) Iowa
Caroline Szwed (Oakville, ON) West Virginia 2009
Danica Wu (Edmonton, AB) undecided 2010
Shelina Zadorsky (London, ON) undecided 2010

Tiffany Cameron (Mississauga, ON) Ohio State 2009
Nkem Ezurike (Sackville, NS) undecided 2010
Rachel Lamarre (Laval, QC) Penn State 2009
Annick Maltais (Val d'Or, QC) South Florida
Diamond Simpson (Mississauga, ON) undecided 2011


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