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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, May 15, 2009
In its first camp since qualifying for the Under-20 World Cup Sept. 24-Oct. 16 in Egypt, U.S. under-20 national team coach Thomas Rongein will bring in 20 players for a camp beginning May 23 in Sarasota, Fla., to be held in conjunction with the Development Academy Spring Showcase. Rongen called ... Read the whole story
Slammers FC, one of the top girls programs in Southern California, has added Mia Hamm to its coaching staff. Hamm will work with older age teams whose athletes are approaching college.  She will work on state, regional, national, and international championship preparations. Read the whole story
Mike Matkovich has called in 18 players for the U.S. U-18 boys national team's trip to Portugal, where it will face Finland, Germany and Portugal at the annual Lisbon International, the biggest tournament of the year for the squad. Read the whole story
The U.S. U-14 boys national development program completed training at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. where 36 players trained for a week and saw competition against local U-16 teams. Read the whole story
Led by North Carolina-bound Enzo Martinez, South Carolina's Northwestern High School is the top-ranked boys team among high schools playing spring soccer. For the NSCAA/adidas Top 20 rankings ... Read the whole story
St. Pius X High School, which won the Georgia Class AAA title with a 3-0 win over North Hall, is the top-ranked girls team. For the NSCAA/adidas Top 20 rankings ... Read the whole story


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"I know that lots of teams have called and I am flattered. It means a lot when people check in with you when you are hurt. I have ambition to be a top player... I know I have to work hard to get there and find the right environment." -- U.S. under-17 national team standout Charles Renken, who suffered his second serious knee injury in two years and missed U-17 qualifying. His agent said he's attracted interest from a dozen European First Division clubs. (ESPN Soccernet) ...More


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