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YOUTH: U.S. U-18 Boys National Team Roster
February 27th, 2006 11:49PM
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The U.S. under-18 boys national team will hold its second camp of the year from March 4-11, at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Coach Bob Jenkins invited 22 players, who will join 10 '89 players currently in U.S. SoccerÆs U-17 Residency Program will join the U-18s for practices during the week. The U-18s will play the U-17s March 7 and March 9.

U.S. Roster (with youth club affiliations)

GOALKEEPERS: Matt Brutto (FC Delco, Pa.), Warren Gross (Black Watch Premier, N.Y.).

DEFENDERS (7): Kemo Djedovic (Silicon Valley SC, Calif.), Doug Ferner (Vardar, Mich.), Blair Gavin (Sereno, Ariz.), Colin Givens (Vardar, Mich.), Cam Lamming (Arsenal FC, Calif.), Jeff Leach (Beachside FC, Conn.), Danny Rodriguez (Arsenal FC, Calif.).

MIDFIELDERS (10): Wilber Bonilla (Brentwood SC, N.Y.), Brandon Busch (San Diego, Calif.), Kaoru Forbess (Little Rock FC, Ark.), Jose Gonzalez (Santa Cruz Breakers, Calif.), Eber Martinez (Reston FC, Va.), Vince Ocampo (San Diego Surf, Calif.), Kekoa Osorio (Real Hawaii FC), Michael Stephens (Sockers FC, Ill.), John Tardy (MetroStars juniors, N.J.), Casey Townsend (Michigan Wolves).

FORWARDS (3): Corben Bone (Solar, Texas), Dimitri Omphroy (Santa Clara Sporting Ruckus, Calif.), Cesar Romero (San Diego Surf, Calif.).

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