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Dallas Texans out to defend championship
July 22nd, 2009 7:46AM
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[UNDER-17 GIRLS]The Dallas Texans, PDA Fire and Eclipse Select return to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships for the fourth, third and second year in a row, respectively.

The Texans, who won last year's under-16 title with a 4-2 win over the Eclipse Select in the final, are led by U.S. under-18 national team defender Courtney Smith and midfielder Juliann Jeffrey.

WEDNESDAY:
11:30 am ET
Field 6:
Internationals Soccer Club vs. Eclipse Select
Field 8:Crossfire Premier vs. PDA Fire
Field 9:GSA Phoenix Red vs. Dallas Texans Red

PDA Fire
9 Kimberly An
2 Alexandra Baca
8 Kaitlin Brenn
1 Jamie Chyat
3 Rachel Davitt
31 Carley Gallagher
14 Bridget Gilmartin
4 Gabriella Guzman
10 Avery Jackson
5 Kacie Kergides
17 Michelle Morrison
19 Kristen Niederhaus
12 Karly O'Toole
7 Emily Parisi
21 Briana Rano
15 Shannon Roche
6 Julie Vajda
16 Mary Gibson Wagner
Coach: Tom Anderson

Internationals Soccer Club

7 Katherine Allen
6 Taylor Ballard
9 Rebecca Candler
44 Maria Deliberato
23 Alicia Drewes
13 Megan Gallagher
11 Elizabeth Goldsmith
1 Kelly King
14 Taylor Leach
2 Juliana Libertin
16 Nicole Luke
8 Lauren Mesaros
00 Rachel Middleman
4 Taylor Miller
24 Nina Penna
33 Margaret Rusnak
5 Katherine Schmidt
15 Megan Schneir
12 Alana Smith
18 Shelby Troyer
3 Carolyn Vespoli
Coach: Keri Sarver

Dallas Texans Red

18 Natasha Anasi
12 Nina Anderson
20 Vittoria Arnold
7 Kristen Barg
3 Kathryn Bass
1 Megan Cherry
19 Alyssa Diggs
2 Sydney Eppler
9 Amanda Frisbie
8 Margaret Gottsacker
14 Alexis Harris
17 Victoria Hoffman
10 Juliann Jeffrey
15 Taylor Mathews
16 Brittany Morgan
13 Shelby Redman
4 Cortney Simmons
5 Courtney Smith
11 Madison Whitehead
Coach: Ryan Higginbotham

Gwinnett SA Phoenix Red
20 Kansas Bayly
17 Brittany Beaumont
9 Emily Bougas
10 Maureen Buff
1 Emily Cox
11 Taylor Gates
23 Tayler Graves
2 Ashley Gray
19 Natalie Jenkins
6 Nicole Locandro
7 Victoria Lopez
12 Jordan Miller
8 Alexa Newfield
3 Anna Sammons
16 Kimberly Spence
22 Jordan Young
Coach: Campbell Chapman

Crossfire Premier
1 Alexandra Beahan
12 Kathryn Bennett
16 Julia Besagno
5 Lindsey Bos
2 Caroline Brawner
21 Lindsay Elston
10 Sarah Graham
22 Mary Hill
0 Alexa Hughes
3 Emily Hurd
4 Alexandra Kytan
25 Alexes Lopez de Arriaga-Shaw
7 Maya Marder
99 Courtney Pixler
15 Stine Schoening
8 Annelise Sittauer
9 Kory Spotts
11 Brianna Sweeney
Coach: Richard McCormick

Eclipse Select
21 Nicole Aiello
13 Erin Dees
18 Lynn Froetscher
4 Chelsea Grant
14 Kelsie Harris
7 Alexandra Heller
16 Kelsey Hough
19 Natalia Jovanovic
12 Ariana Kulinczenko
10 Vanessa Laxgang
5 Kecia Morway
22 Maggie Murnane
2 Alex Neal
11 Kayla Paoulos
8 Christy Patterson
9 Erin Pekovitch
6 Samantha Scofield
3 Lindsey Thut
17 Katie Uyenishi
Coach: Rory Dames



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