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Four collegians get call-ups for U.S. friendly
August 28th, 2013 4:49AM

TAGS:  college women, mexico, women's national team


[MEXICO WOMEN] Four collegians -- Bianca Sierra (Auburn), Christina Murillo (Michigan), Ari Romero (Nebraska) and Sofia Huerta (Santa Clara) -- have been called up for Mexico's women's international friendly against the USA Tuesday at Washington's RFK Stadium.

All four players missed the start of the 2012 season to represent Mexico at the Under-20 Women's World Cup in Japan.

Eight players in the Mexico squad play in the NWSL, four play in Mexico and two play in Europe.

Mexico Roster:
1 Aurora Cecilia Santiago Boston Breakers
2 Vaitiare Kenti Robles FC Barcelona
3 Bianca Sierra Auburn
4 Christina Murillo Michigan
5 Paulina Solis Colegio Once
6 Teresa Noyola FC Kansas City
7 Lydia Rangel Sky Blue FC
8 Teresa Worbis Washington Spirit
9 Maribel Dominguez Chicago Red Stars
10 Renae Cuellar Sundsvall Dff
11 Mónica Ocampo Sky Blue FC
12 Pamela Tajonar Western New York Flash
13 Ari Romero Nebraska
14 Liliana Mercado U De Las Americas
15 Monica Monsivais Itesem Monterrey
16 Sandra Mayor U De Las Americas
17 Veronica Raquel Western New York Flash
18 Sofia Huerta Santa Clara

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