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U-18 boys mega-camp roster
December 24th, 2008 8AM
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Mike Matkovic, recently hired as U.S. under-18 men's national team coach, will hold a 72-player mega-camp beginning Sunday at The Home Depot Center. The players were all born 1991, making them eligible for the 2009 and 2011 Under-20 World Cups. They range rang from high school sophomores to college freshmen, including Zac MacMath, the starting goalie for NCAA Division I champion Maryland. Two foreign-based players -- Patrick Otte of English club Middlesbrough's youth academy and Andrew Lubahnof Belgian club Club Brugge -- were also invited. For the complete roster ...

GOALKEEPERS (6)
Rafael Diaz (Rockaway, N.J; PDA)
Michael D'Arrigo (Tucson, Ariz.; Tuscon Rush)
Alex Long (Cary, N.C.; CASL Chelsea FC)
Justin Luthy (Dublin, Ohio; Premier Soccer Academy)
Zac MacMath (St. Petersburg, Fla.; Univ. of Maryland)
Cody Mizell (Woodstock, Ga.; GSA Phoenix)

DEFENDERS (19)
Gale Agbossoumonde (Syracuse, N.Y.; IMG Academy)
Chad Barson (Lewis Center, Ohio; Columbus Crew Juniors)
Ian Christianson (Belvedere, Ill.; Chicago Fire Academy)
Paolo DelPiccolo (Lakewood, Colo.; Colorado Rush)
Will Donovan (Jamaica Plains, Mass.; FC Greater Boston)
Jesus Gonzales (Chino Hills, Calif.; FC Barcelona)
Alex Herrera (Arlington, Va.; D.C. United Academy)
Sacir Hot (Fairlawn, N.J.; New York Red Bulls Academy)
Alex Hussein (Haverhill, Mass.; Seacoast United)
Nick Millington (Raleigh, N.C.; Wake Forest Univ.)
Cesar Morales (St. Charles, Ill.; Sockers FC)
Trey Perry (Ocoee, Fla.; Univ. of South Florida)
CJ Phelps (Boynton Beach, Fla.; Schulz Academy)
Andrew Quintana (Miami, Fla.; Miami FC)
Jossimar Sanchez (Patterson, N.J.; PDA)
Zarek Valentin (Lancaster, Pa.; PA Classics)
Korey Veeder (St. Petersburg, Fla.; Clearwater Chargers)
London Woodberry (McKinney, Texas; FC Dallas Juniors)

MIDFIELDERS (32)
Latif Alashe (Northville, Mich.; Vardar)
Jose Altamirano (San Diego, Calif.; Del Mar Sharks)
Eder Arreola (Chino Hills, Calif.; UCLA)
Antonio Benitez (Azusa, Calif.; LAFC Chelsea FC)
Miles Byass (San Bernardino, Calif.; Arsenal)
Scott Caldwell (Braintree, Mass.; New England Revolution Academy)
Alejandro Cobarubias (Cudahy, Calif.; LA Galaxy Academy)
Pablo Cruz (Azusa, Calif.; LAFC Chelsea FC)
Kadeem Dacres (Rosedale, N.Y; Met Oval)
Bryan Dominguez (Atlanta, Ga.; UC Santa Barbara)
Michael Hoyos, Paul Islas (Fresno, Calif.; Cal Odyssey)
Will Mayhew (Concord, N.C.; North Meck)
Thomas McNamara (West Nyack, N.Y.; FC Westchester)
Dylan Mencia (Honedale, Pa.; New York Red Bulls Academy)
Chris Ortega (Chula Vista, Calif.; Arsenal)
Patrick Otte (Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Middlesbrough Academy, England)
Steve Palumbo (Kingston, N.H.; Seacoast United)
Harrison Petts (Zionsville, Ind.; Carmel United)
Travis Pittman (Manassas, Va.; D.C. United Academy)
Scott Prozeller (Sudbury, Mass.; FC Greater Boston)
Giovanni Rollie (Los Angeles, Calif.; LAFC Chelsea FC)
Michael Roman (Oxnard, Calif.; Real So Cal)
Carl Rumph (South Hampton, N.Y.; Met Oval)
Nicholas Ryan (San Jose, Calif.; Central Valley United)
Anthony Salciccia (San Jose, Calif.; De Anza Force)
Sito Sasieta (Overland, Mo.; Scott Gallagher)
Wesley Sever (Belleair, Fla.; Clearwater Chargers)
Alex Tuch (Tampa, Fla.; Clearwater Chargers)
Justin Watson (Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Bridge FA)
Cameron Wilder (Kennesaw, Ga.; Concorde Fire)

FORWARDS (15)
Ade Akinsanya (Sacramento, Calif.; San Juan Lightning)
Will Bates (Chester, Va.; Richmond Strikers Academy)
Ryan Bauer (O'Fallen, Mo.; Scott Gallagher)
Orr Baroush (Reseda, Calif.; Chivas USA Academy)
Marquis Brooks (Chula Vista, Calif.; LA Galaxy Academy)
Zack Foxhoven (Littleton, Colo.; Colorado Rush)
Chris Hegngi (Silver Spring, Md.; D.C. United Academy)
Adam Jahn (El Macero, Calif.; San Juan Lightning)
Zach Kupfer (North Bellmore, N.Y.; Albertson)
Andrew Lubahn (Erie, Pa.; Club Brugge, Belgium)
Josue Madueno (Castroville, Calif.; Santa Cruz Breakers)
Martin Ontiveros (Austin, Texas; Lonestar)
Hasani Sinclair (Coral Springs, Fla.; Schulz Academy)



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