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Irwin brings in 11 WPS players
December 15th, 2009 7:01AM
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[U.S. UNDER-23 WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAM] The U.S. Under-23 women's national team began a week-long camp in Sunday at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. University of Portland men's coach Bill Irwin called in 24 players, 11 are from WPS teams and 13 are from college programs. For the complete roster ...

GOALKEEPERS: Kelsey Davis (Univ. of Portland), Val Henderson (Philadelphia Independence), Allison Lipsher (Boston Breakers), Meagan McCray (FC Gold Pride)
DEFENDERS: Allison Falk (Philadelphia Independence), Caitlin Farrell (Wake Forest Univ., Kaley Fountain (Wake Forest Univ.), Alicia Jenkins (Stanford Univ.), Nikki Krzysik (Philadelphia Independence), Kat Reynolds (Santa Clara Univ.), Brittany Taylor (Univ. of Connecticut), Elise Weber (St. Louis Athletica), Lauren Wilmoth (UCLA)
MIDFIELDERS: Ashley Bowyer (Ohio State Univ.), Kendra Chandhoke (Univ. of Portland), Bianca D'Agostino (Wake Forest Univ.), Tina DiMartino (FC Gold Pride), Brittany Klein (Chicago Red Stars), Allie Long (Washington Freedom), Amanda Poach (Santa Clara Univ.)
FORWARDS: Kiki Bosio (Santa Clara Univ.), Amanda Cinalli (Atlanta Beat), Kia McNeil (St. Louis Athletica), Christen Press (Stanford Univ.), Katie Schoepfer (Penn State Univ.)


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