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U.S. U-14 boys national development roster
May 15th, 2009 10:15PM

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The U.S. U-14 boys national development program completed training at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. where 36 players trained for a week and saw competition against local U-16 teams.

Head coach Manny Schellscheidt will gather his team again in June for another eight day domestic training camp at a location to be determined.

U.S. U-14 Roster
GOALKEEPERS: Jonathan Davis (Charlotte United FC), Ethan Horvath (Real Colorado), Scott Levene (Beachside SC), Zackary Steffen (FC Delco).
DEFENDERS: Kellyn Acosta (ASG Gold), Russell Canouse (PA Classics), Feliciano Charles (Chivas USA Academy), Dylan Greenberg (Dix Hills), Matthew Habrowski (Force FC), Trevor Haberkorn (Solar SC), Michael Hinkson (CASL Chelsea FC Academy), Emilio Huerta (De Anza Force), Austin Marques (Irvine Strikers), Matthew Miazga (New York Red Bulls Academy), Vincent Reyes (LAFC Chelsea), Christian Sady (New England Aztecs).
MIDFIELDERS: Michael Chang (Sockers FC), Nicko Corriveau (Potomac FC), Emerson Hyndman (Dallas Texans), A.J. Jeffries (Chicago Fire Juniors), Emilio Lopez (Madison FC), Antonio Murillo (Brazil FC), Adam Najem (New York Red Bulls Academy), Zachary Pfeffer (YMS Celtic), Miguel Polley (Derby County Wolves), Christian Rodriguez (LMVS Hawks), John Toher (New York Red Bulls Academy), Travis Wannemuehler (FC Evansville).
FORWARDS: Martin Arrieta (LAFC Chelsea), Paul Arriola (Chula Vista Rangers), Michael Gray (Las Vegas FC), Kevin Labastida (Fullerton Rangers), Kennedy O'Shea (D.C. United Academy), Devonte Small (Dallas Texans), Antonio Velazquez (Neusport Green), Henry Wingo (NW Nationals).



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