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Coaches evaluate U-15s for residency
June 16th, 2009 8:45AM
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The U.S. under-15 boys national team camp being held this week at the PDA training facilities in Zarephath, N.J., has added significance since U-17 national team coaches will be evaluating the '94s for the next cycle of U.S. Soccer's residency program.

U-15 coach Jim Barlow kicked off the week-long training camp on Sunday with 48 players on hand.

All players called into camp are eligible to participate in the 2011 U-17 World Cup.

The camp is being held in conjunction with a U-17 camp also being held at the PDA facilities.

U.S. U-15 Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Kendall McIntosh (Santa Rosa United), Joshua McNeely (Real So Cal), Fernando Pina (Texas Premier), Jacob Schenk (PDA).
DEFENDERS:Andre Alvarez (Santa Clara Sporting), Andrew Chang (Sockers FC), Jerome Cristobal (Vardar), Malcolm Harris (Potomac), Marc Pelosi (DeAnza Force), Travis Pillon (Mustang SC), Mykal Riley (Arsenal FC), Jalen Robinson (Bethesda SC), Michael Russo (Olney Rangers), Andrew Sounders (PSA), Nathan Smith (Cal Odyssey), Austin Yearwood (Charlotte SA).
MIDFIELDERS:Atsou Ayah (Black Watch), Marco Carrazales (FC Dallas Juniors), Maul Corboz (NJSA 04), Alberto Diaz (Aztecs Premier), Christian Duarte (Texas SC), Matthew Dunn (PSA), Alfred Edmonds (DeAnza Force), Michael Gamble (Baltimore Bays Chelsea), Eric Gonzalez (Los Angeles Galaxy Academy), Alejandro Guido (Aztecs Premier), Irvin Gijon (Players Soccer Club), Brody Hickey (Dallas Texans), Collin Martin (D.C. United Academy), Ryan Masch (DeAnza Force), Oscar Ortega (Albion SC), Andre Reyes (Dallas Texans), Joel Salmeron (Chicago Fire Academy), Erick Sanchez (Houston Dynamo Academy), Ross Tetro (NJSA 04), Sebastian Velasquez (Los Alamitos Italia), John Villantoy (Met Oval), Victor Zamora (Rockford Raptors).
FORWARDS: Bryan Celis (Texas Premier FC), Ethan Decker (NJSA 04), Desmond Gonzalez (PSA), Kellen Gulley (Mississippi Chicago Fire;), Aldo Magano (SCYSO), Andrew Oliver (Westside United), Esteban Rodriguez (Italia III), Mario Rodriguez (Rampage), Erik Sa (PDA), Melvin Snoh (Spirit United)



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