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Fourth DiMartino enters girls national team program
August 19th, 2009 8AM
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Rosie DiMartino will become the fourth DiMartino to participate in the U.S. national team program when she participates in the U-14 national team camp, its only camp of the year, beginning Sunday at the Home Depot Center.

Her three older sisters - Tina, Gina and Vicki - all have competed for the USA in a FIFA youth world championship. Tina played in WPS for FC Gold Pride, while Gina and Vicki will be teammates at Boston College.
 
U.S. U-14 Girls Training Camp Roster
GOALKEEPERS:Jane Campbell (NASA Elite II), Annabella Geist (Lake Oswego SC), Jillian Maloney (Roswell SC), Morgan Stearns (McLean MPS)
DEFENDERS:Mariel Adams (Real Colorado), Madeline Bauer (Slammers FC), McKenzie Bricker (Collierville Lady Lobus), Donish Cole (Schulz Acad.), Gianna Dal Pozzo (Sockers FC), Brittain Dearden (Mount Laurel United), Kelly McCann (So Cal Blues), Emily Morgan (Lower Merion Heart), Taylor Nelson (Ft. Collins Arsenal FC), Jenna Romano (Team Chicago), Kylie Schwarz (Minnesota Thunder),
MIDFIELDERS: Joanna Boyles (CASL Spartan Elite), Alexandria Carter (Arkansas Rush), Kaitlyn Clark (KC Select), Frannie Crouse (Beadling SC), Rosie DiMartino (Albertson Fury), Lauren Kaskie (Neusport FC), Antionette Payne (BUSA Elite), Cynthia Pineda (Chicago Fire Jrs.), Lydia Simmons (Seacoast United), Morgan Stanton (Colorado Rush), Claire Winter (Lamorinda United)
FORWARDS:Elizabeth Bartels (Toro Booya), Elizabeth Boon (Columbia Timbers Premier SC), Jenny Chiu (Rio Vista FC), Alessandra Dutto (Mustang), Summer Green (Michigan Hawks), Rachel Hill (Seacoast United), Darian Jenkins (Sparta Premier), Victoria Manfredonia (San Diego Surf), Amber Munerlyn (So Cal Blues).



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