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Five Red Bulls called up to U-15 camp
December 8th, 2009 6:45AM
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[U.S. UNDER-15 BOYS NATIONAL TEAM] U.S. under-15 boys national team coach Jim Barlow has called in 32 players, all born in 1995, for a domestic training camp from Dec. 12-19 in Bradenton, Fla.

Of the 32 players on the roster, five play for the New York Red Bull. The roster was chosen in part from the scouting network at the 2009 Development Academy Winter Showcase.

U.S. ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS: Santiago Castano (New York Red Bulls; Union City, N.J.), Arthur Eggers (CESA; Moore, S.C.), Zackary Steffen (FC Delco; Downington, Pa.)
DEFENDERS:Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas; Plano, Texas), Russell Canouse (New York Red Bulls; Lancaster, Pa.), Dylan Greenberg (Albertson SC; Dix Hills, N.Y.), Trevor Haberkorn (Solar SC; Roanoke, Texas), Matthew Habrowski (Derby County Wolves; Berkley, Mich.), Jose Ocampo (Crossfire Premier; Bothell, Wash.), David Raizes (Concorde Fire; John's Creek, Ga.),  Zachary Reed (New York Red Bulls; Teaneck, N.J.)
MIDFIELDERS: Jordan Allen (Empire United SA; Rochester, N.Y.), Michael Chang (Sockers FC; Highland Park, Ill.), Osvaldo Chavez Jr. (Mexicas FC; El Paso, Texas), Christian DeLuna (Mustang; Bay Point, Calif.), Nicholas Gaitan (Albertson SC; Oceanside, N.Y.), Emerson Hyndman (FC Dallas; Plano, Texas), Anthony Jeffries (Chicago Fire; Downers Grove, Ill.), Keegan McHugh (Scott Gallagher; St. Charles, Mo.), Antonio Murillo (Brazil FC; Las Vegas, Nev.), Adam Najem (New York Red Bulls; Clifton, N.J.), Zachary Pfeffer (FC Delco; Dresher, Pa.), Miguel Polley (Derby County Wolves; West Bloomfield, Mich.), Christian Rodriguez (LMVS Hawks; Alexandria, Va.), Kristian Scott (Bristol City FC; Bristol, England), John Toher (New York Red Bulls; Blauvelt, N.Y.), Henry Wingo (Crossfire SC; Lake Forest Park, Wash.)
FORWARDS:Martin Arrieta (LAFC Chelsea; Pasadena, Calif.), Paul Arriola (Chula Vista Rangers; Chula Vista, Calif.), Kainoa Bailey (D.C. United; Henderson, Nev.), Nicholas Corriveau (Bethesda SC; Potomac, Md.), Keith Grieshaber (Scott Gallagher; Chesterfield, Mo.)

 



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