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California dominates U-15 camp roster
February 11th, 2009 8AM
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Fifteen players from California teams head the U.S. under-15 boys national team roster for the camp that will take place Feb. 15-22 at the IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla.

Mustang Soccer Club, De Anza Force, San Diego Aztecs and Albion Soccer Club all have two players apiece on the 36-player squad.

Four MLS teams -- Colorado, Houston, Los Angeles and New England -- all have academy players on the roster.

U.S. U-15 Boys Roster:
GOALKEEPERS:Kendall McIntosh (Mustang SC, Calif.), Josh McNeely (Real So Cal, Calif.), Fernando Pina (Texas Premier), Colin Webb (Albion SC, Calif.)
DEFENDERS:Geno Bigalow (Colorado Rapids Academy), Andrew Chang (Sockers FC, Ill.), Alfred Edmonds (De Anza Force, Calif.), Malcolm Harris (Baltimore Bays), Corey Miller (Real So Cal, Calif.), Marc Pelosi (De Anza Force, Calif.), Mykal Riley (Arsenal FC, Calif.), Jalen Robinson (Bethesda SC, Md.), Nathan Smith (Cal Odyssey, Calif.), Andrew Sounders (Premier Soccer Academy),
MIDFIELDERS:Atsouh Ayah (Black Watch, Fla.), Bryan Celis (Texas Premier), Mael Corboz (NJSA Gunners, N.J.), Alberto Diaz (San Diego Aztecs, Calif.), Christian Duarte (Dallas Texans, Texas), Matthew Dunn (Premier Soccer Academy), Eric Gonzalez (Los Angeles Galaxy Academy), Alejandro Guido (San Diego Aztecs, Calif.), Brody Hickey (Dallas Texans, Texas), Colin Martin (Premier Soccer Academy), Oscar Ortega (Albion SC, Calif.), Travis Pillon (Mustang SC, Calif.), Andre Reyes (Dallas Texans, Texas), Mike Russo (Olney Rangers, Md.), Melvin Snoh (Spirit United, Pa.), Sebastian Velasquez (Los Alamitos, Calif.), John Villantroy (Met Oval, N.Y.)
FORWARDS:Daniel Bedoya (Bayside Aston Villa, N.Y.), Devin Devoy (New England Revolution Academy), Kelly Gulley (Mississippi Chicago Fire), Andrew Oliver (Westside United, Ind.), Erick Sanchez (Houston Dynamo Academy).



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