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U.S. under-15 boys national team roster
August 14th, 2014 1:32AM

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[NTC CAMP] U.S. U-15 boys national team coach Hugo Perez called in 37 players for an eight-day training camp that begins Saturday at U.S. Soccer’s National Training Center in Carson, California.

The camp will include matches against the LA Galaxy (’97/98s), FC Golden State (’97/98s) and Mexico's Tijuana. The roster features 32 players born in 1999 and five in 2000. Three players have moved to clubs in Mexico.

The U-15s last gathered in May in Zagreb, Croatia, for a training camp, where it tied Croatia twice.

U.S. Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (4): David Abonce (FC Dallas), Eric Lopez (LA Galaxy), Brady Scott (De Anza Force), Seth Stiebel (St. Louis Scott Gallagher MO).
DEFENDERS (12): Jose Alfaro Jr. (Morelia/MEX), Andrew Aprahamian (Philadelphia Union), Jordi Avila (Kendall SC.), McKay Eves (Real Salt Lake AZ),  Mark McKenzie (Philadelphia Union), Matthew Real (Philadelphia Union), Anthony Ruiz (Chivas USA), Cody Sundquist (Placer United), Francisco Torres (Tijuana/MEX), Chandler Vaughn (D.C. United), Daniel Villegas (Chivas USA), Sam Vines (Colorado Rapids).
MIDFIELDERS (12): George Acosta (Weston FC), Raul Aguilera Jr. (Orlando City), Leonel Alvarenga (Real So Cal), Jake Arteaga (LA Galaxy), Jose Carranza (D.C. United), Christopher Goslin (Georgia United), Edson Murguia (Leon/MEX), Alan Salmeron (Chicago Magic PSG), Joshua Drake (Sereno SC), Nicholas Taitague (Richmond United), Juan Pablo Torres (Georgia United), Leonardo Zulli (LA Galaxy).
FORWARDS (9): Jonathan Amon (South Carolina United Battery Acad.), Andrew Carleton (United Futbol Acad.), Lucas Del Rosario (CASL), Matthew Huerta (Chivas USA), Jeanpaul Marin (New York Red Bulls), Leonardo Marquez (Cal Odyssey), Marty Raygoza (FC Golden State)  Adolfo Trujillo (De Anza Force), Hanif Wright (LA Galaxy)


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