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4. U-21 WOMEN: Collegians head to Alabama
April 20th, 2007 5:22PM

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Kiki Bosio (Santa Clara) and Kelly O'Hara (Stanford), 2006 Soccer America All-Freshman first-team selections, are among the players selected to the U.S. Under-21 women's national team roster for the 2007 Futbol Internacional Tournament, taking place April 22-28 at six venues throughout the state of Alabama.

O'Hara and UCLA's Danesha Adams, a 2005 Soccer America MVP as a sophomore, replace UCLA midfielder Tina DiMartino and Illinois forward Ella Masar, who are both injured.

Adams and Stanford's Rachel Buehler, who will also play for the U-21s in Alabama, have been training with the U.S. team in Residency Camp and will return to the Home Depot Center along with O'Hara on April 30.

The six-team, nine-match Futbol Internacional tournament features the U.S. U-21s, China's U-21s and Trinidad & Tobago's women's national team in Bracket A while the Argentina women's national team, Canada's Olympic development team and Mexico's U-21s compete in Bracket B.

U.S. U-21 ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS: Cori Alexander (ex-Portland), Kelsey Davis (Portland '10), Joanna Haig (Louisville '08);
DEFENDERS: Marissa Abegg (Stanford '09), Rachel Buehler (Stanford '08), Danielle Collins (William & Mary '09), Kendall Fletcher (ex-North Carolina), Courtney Hooker (California '08), Nkechi Kanu (California '09), Stephanie Logterman (Texas '09);
MIDFIELDERS: Natalie Capuano (Penn '09), Sarah Huffman (ex-Virginia), Chioma Igwe (Santa Clara '08), Kara Kabellis (ex-Wisconsin), Manya Makoski (ex-Arizona State), Amanda Poach (Santa Clara '09), Lisa Sari (ex-Portland), Angie Woznuk (Portland '08);
FORWARDS: Danesha Adams (UCLA '08), Kiki Bosio (Santa Clara '10), Kelsey Carpenter (Texas '08), Kelly O'Hara (Stanford '10), Rachel Rapinoe (Portland), Tiffeny Weimer (ex-Penn State).



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