Chicago (January 9, 2023) – US Soccer kicks off the 2023 Women’s Youth National Team program at the US Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California, with a 34-player training camp for under-18 and under-19 players. increase.
US U-20 WYNT Head Coach Tracy Kevins and US U-17 WYNT Head Coach Natalia Astrain will run the camp, with US U-16 WYNT Head Coach Patchy Toledo and US U-15 WYNT Head Coach Katie Schepfer will assist. LSU assistant his coach Tiffany Hansen will serve as goalkeeper his coach.
Kevins and Astrain called out a 34-man squad full of players who represented the United States at last year’s FIFA U-17 and U-20 Women’s World Cups.
Goalkeeper Victoria Safradin, defenders Ella Emri, Savannah King, Cameron Lawler, Gisele Thompson, midfielders Riley Jackson, Lauren Martinho, Charlotte Kohler and forwards Melina Levinbas and Taylor Suarez at the 2022 FIFA U in India. -17 Played for the United States in the Women’s World Cup. Defender Alyssa Gonzalez and forward Mia Orialo would have been on the team had they not been injured.
Goalkeeper Tegan Wye, midfielders Olivia Muultrie and Jedin Shaw were part of the squad that played in the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica. Defender Evelyn Shores and forward Mia Minestrella missed out on the U-20 WWC roster.
Only two of the 2022 U.S. Soccer Young Players of the Year, Mortley (Portland Thorns FC) and Shaw (San Diego Waves FC), are professional players in camp. Moultrie is the youngest player ever to score in his NWSL, and his Shaw, who made his pro debut last season, is the youngest player ever to score in his first NWSL game.
Of the 34 players called up, 16 are currently playing in college, 16 are ending their youth club careers and 2 are professionals. Midfielders Sophia Cook and Allie Lemos will join the camp to help UCLA win her 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship.
All players participating in the camp are age-appropriate for the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, although the location has yet to be determined. Players born on or after January 1, 2004 are eligible for the U-20 WYNT Player Pool. Players born after January 1, 2005 are age eligible for the U-19 WYNT Player Pool, and players born after January 1, 2006 are age eligible for the U-18 WYNT Player Pool. Her 21 players in this camp were born in her 2004 and 13 were born in her 2005.
USA U-18/U-19 Women’s Youth National Team Rosters (College or Club, Hometown) – January Camps
Goalkeeper (4): Nona Reason (UNC; Noblesville, IN), Batur Reda (Dayton; Dearborn, MI), Victoria Safradin (International SC; Eastlake, OH), Tegan Wye (California; Rancho Santa Margarita, CA)
Defender (11): Tessa Dellarose (UNC; Grindstone, PA), Ella Emri (San Diego Surf; San Diego, CA), Elise Evans (Stanford; Redwood City, CA), Heather Gilchrist (Florida; Aurora, CO), Alyssa Gonzalez (San Diego Surf , San Diego, CA), Savannah King (Slammers FC HB Koge, West Hills, CA) Leah Klenke (Notre Dame Cathedral, Houston, TX), Molly McDougall (Prosper, TX, Mississippi), Cameron Roller (Solar SC; TX) Sherman, GA), Evelyn Shores (Top Hat SC; Atlanta, GA), Giselle Thompson (Total Football Academy; Studio City, CA)
Center field (10): Sophia Cook (UCLA; Huntington Beach, CA), Jill Flammia (Manakin Sabot, VA), Riley Jackson (Concord Fire; Roswell, GA), Charlotte Kohler (MVLA; Woodside, CA), Allie Lemos (UCLA; CA) Glendora), Lauren Martinho (Klage, NC; Cary, NC), Delaney Matriano (Notre Dame Cathedral; Cleveland, OH), Una McCormack (VA; Mill Valley, CA), Olivia Multrie (Portland Thornes) FC; Wilsonville), Oregon), Jaedyn Shaw (San Diego Wave FC; Frisco, TX)
Forward (9): Maggie Cagle (VA, Phoenix, AZ), Jordyn Dudley (United Football Academy, Milton, GA), Rumi Kostmayer (Stanford, Southfield, MI), Mia Minestrella (Beach FC, CA) Redondo Beach, NC), Mia Orialo (College, NC; Chapel Hill, NC), Catherine Rader (Duke; Stewart, FL), Melina Levinbas (PDA; Warren, NJ), Allie Centner (UNC; Hanson, MA) ), Taylor Suarez (Charlotte SA; Charlotte, North Carolina) )