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adidas ESP girls all-stars selected
by Paul Kennedy, February 25th, 2009 8AM
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The annual adidas ESP camp for girls concluded with the selection of 36 players to East and West teams that competed in the camp's all-star game Saturday at Cal Poly Pomona University in Pomona, Calif. For the complete all-star teams ...

The annual adidas ESP camp for girls concluded with the selection of 36 players to East and West teams that competed in the camp's all-star game Saturday at Cal Poly Pomona University in Pomona, Calif. For the complete all-star teams ...

Most of the players were high school sophomores. The only juniors (playing on opposite all-star teams) were the Payne twins, Sydney and Shelby, from RSL Florida and IMG Academy. Four freshmen were selected.

The sophomore class was headed by Riley Houle (Oakwood SC), who was attending her second adidas ESP camp. Other standouts included Clarissa Wedemeyer, one of four all-stars from the Dallas Texans, No. 1 in Soccer America's Best Girls Clubs rankings. Sarah Killion (Ft. Wayne Fever) has reportedly made a verbal commitment to attend UCLA.

The camp is a showcase for college coaches, and the heavy participation of sophomores reflects the emphasis top programs now place on locking up leading players by the beginning of their junior years.

MLS All-Star East
G-Sarah Voigt (Class '11) Ponte Vedra Storm
G-Molly Poletto
(Class '11) Colorado Storm Copa
RB-Mariah Winters (Class '11) LAFC
CB-Paige Diamond
(Class '11)  Pleasanton Rage
CB-Brittany Von Rueden
(Class '12) FC Milwaukee
CB-Olivia Brannon
(Class '11) Michigan Jags
CB-Satara Murray (Class '11) Lonestar SC
CB-Megan Oyster
(Class '11) Windy City Pride
CB-Maya Theuer (Class '12) San Diego Surf
LB-Meredith Speck (Class '11) Albertson SC
DM-Clarissa Wedemeyer
(Class '11) Dallas Texans
CM-Dana Rosney (Class '11) PA Strikers
CM-Gabriele Iribarne (Class '11) West Coast FC
AM-Kaysie Clark (Class '11) KC Select Scream
W-Sydney Payne (Class '10) RSL Florida (Stanford)
F-Jennifer Gonzalez
(Class '11) Arsenal FC
F-Shea Groom
(Class '11) KCFC
F-Kelley Monogue (Class '11) Dallas Texans
Tony DiCicco
Asst. Coach:
Shannon MacMillan, Danielle Fotopoulos

MLS All-Star West
G-Abby Smith  (Class '12) Dallas Texans
G-Morgan Ruhl (Class '12) Baltimore Bays
CB- Kathryn Nigro (Class '11) FC Alliance
CB-Amy Kauffung (Class '11) FC Milwaukee
LB-Whitney Jaynes (Class '11) Solar
LB-Megan Marsack (Class '11) Michigan Gators
RM-Tracy Hong (Class '11) Pleasanton Rage
DM-Muriel Battaglia (Class '11) Eclipse Select
DM-Taylor Schneider (Class '11) Dallas Texans
CM-Indiana Mead (Class '11) Neusport FC
AM-Riley Houle (Class '11) Oakwood SC
AM-Sarah Killion (Class '11) Ft. Wayne Fever (UCLA)
LM-Lia Bellizzi (Class '11) FC Sting Killer Bees
W-Chioma Ubogagu (Class '11) D'Feeters
F-Arin Gilliland (Class '11) Lexington FC
F-Jessica Kelley (Class '11) St. Louis Scott Gallagher
F-Shelby Payne (Class '10) RSL Florida (Stanford)
F-Annalika Steyn (Class '11) Birmingham United SA
Coach:  Cindy Cone
Asst. Coach: 
Carlos Juarez, Thori Bryan

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