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Thirty players called into the HDC
October 19th, 2011 7:25PM

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[U.S. UNDER-18 WOMEN] U.S. Soccer women’s technical director April Heinrichs has called up 30 players, 25 of them born in 1994 with five born in 1993, for the U.S. under-18 women's national team camp to begin Sunday at the Home Depot Center.

The players are all age-eligible for the U.S. team that will attempt to qualify for the 2012 U-20 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan but are more likely form the core of the team that will try to compete for a spot in the 2014 U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada. That tournament has an age cut-off of players born on or after Jan. 1, 1994.

The Mustang Blast of Northern California leads all teams with three players on the team: Stephanie Amack, Ryan Walker and Reilly Parker.

U.S. Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (4): Caroline Casey (Virginia Rush; Chesapeake, Va.), Bryane Heaberlin (Clearwater Chargers; Tampa, Fla.), Abby Smith (Dallas Texans; Dallas, Texas), Andi Tostanoski (Pride Predator; Colorado Springs, Colo.)

DEFENDERS (9): Stephanie Amack (Mustang Blast; Pleasanton, Calif.), Yulie Lopez (Coral Springs United; Wellington, Fla.), Katie Naughton (Sockers FC; Arlington Heights, Ill.), Carly Jo Olszewski (Real So Cal; Upland, Calif.), Cari Roccaro (Albertson Fury; East Islip, N.Y.), Alexis Shaffer (CASL Spartan; Cary, N.C.), Brittany Von Rueden (FC Milwaukee Nationals; Mequon, Wis.), Ryan Walker (Mustang Blast; Oakland, Calif.), Alexandra Wong (McLean Power; Rockville, Md.)

MIDFIELDERS (8): Riley Barger (Freestate Soccer Alliance; Baldwin, Md.), Kate Bettinger (Marin SC; Belvedere, Calif.), Caroline Lindquist (CASL Spartan; Raleigh, N.C.), Ashley Meier (Cleveland Whitecaps; Strongsville, Ohio), Reilly Parker (Mustang Blast; Danville, Calif.), Taylor Smith (Solar Chelsea; Dallas, Tex.), Emily Sonnett (NASA, Marietta, Ga.), Allison Wetherington (Concorde Fire; Acworth Ga.)

FORWARDS (9): Makenzy Doniak (Slammers FC; Chino Hills, Calif.), Sophie Groff (Dallas Texans; Grapevine, Texas), Sarah Hardison (FC Virginia; Hamilton, Va.), Lindsey Horan (Colorado Rush; Golden, Colo.), Devlyn Jeter (FC Elk Grove; Sacramento, Calif.), Kristiana Konkol-Mroczokowski (Real So Cal; Malibu, Calif.), Kodi Lavrusky (Legends FC; Yucaipa, Calif.), Anna McClung (GSA Phoenix; Gate City, Va.), Jenna Roering (Minnesota Thunder Academy; Lino Lakes, Minn.)



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