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Schellscheidt calls in 36 players for U-14 program
May 9th, 2007 7AM

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Head coach Manny Schellscheidt has called in 36 players for the U.S. under-14 boys national development program May 12-19 at U.S. Soccer's National Training Center at The Home Depot Center.

The U-14s will be split into two teams and play three matches each over the course of the week. against Cal South opposition.

U.S. U-14 BOYS ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS: Jack Falle (Lilburn, Ga.), Max Kurtzman (Haverford, Pa.), Jakob Wagmeister (Oradell, N.J.), William Whiddon (Carlsbad, Calif.);
DEFENDERS: David Caban (Kenosha, Wis.), George Fradenburg (Belden, Miss.), Jon-Paul Medina (Fresno, Calif.), Timothy Parker (Hicksville, N.Y.), Victor Pineda (Bolingbrook, Ill.), Matthias Sheeleigh (Mendham, N.J.), Scott Thomsen (Brick, N.J.), Zachery Wenger (Baltimore, Md.), Walker Zimmerman (Lawrenceville, Ga.)
MIDFIELDERS: Angel Ayala (Long Beach, Calif.), Samuel Coleman (Norman, Okla.), Amadou Dia (Hichland Ranch, Colo.), Nathanael Eggleston (Chevy Chase, Md.), Louis Gil (Garden Grove, Calif.), Christian Johnson (New York, N.Y.), Alfred Koroma (Dallas, Texas), William Packwood (Concord, Mass.), Kevin Pahl (Lakeland, Fla.), Jonathan Ray (Durham, N.C.), Caleb Stanko (Holly, Mich.), Tyler Thompson (Loomis, Calif.), Will Trapp (Gahanna, Ohio);
FORWARDS: Samuel Adjei (Newark, N.J.), Daniel Bartok (Union, N.J.), Dominic Bonilla (Lawrenceville, Ga.), Scott Cohen (Studio City, Calif.), Joaquin Del Rosario (Durham, N.C.), Zachary Deville (San Diego, Calif.), Tommy Jaeger (Centennial, Colo.), Markhus Lacroix (New Egypt, N.J.), Gabriel Rivera (La Mirada, Calif.), Joe Shinsky (York, Pa.).



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