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MICHIGAN HAWKS IN COLLEGE Week #5

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Michigan Hawks Continue to thrive in College

 

Michigan Hawks in College

Week #5  

Caitlyn Clem and Sam Kleetdke and Wisconsin Shutout Minnesota

https://goo.gl/pT6iyg

Ally Haran and Monreau Devos start in Wake Forest win vs Pitt

https://goo.gl/4KvVHp

Taylor Lambouris leads backline in shutout vs Depaul

https://goo.gl/qtdoV1

Izzy Rodriguez gets 2 assists in win vs Illinois

https://goo.gl/4aXCA6

Gianna Parlove gets assist for Grand Valley State University

https://goo.gl/BuVbZx

  Megan Healy gets first start in Pepperdine win

https://goo.gl/G7ak3m

Jamie Cheslik scores and Lexy Warner get assists in loss to Sarah Clark’s Purdue

https://goo.gl/tLFZMw

Captain Ashton Miller scores for Duke

https://goo.gl/tKXfJk

https://goo.gl/dwQJnw  

Magnan sisters and Sarah Mitchell all start in win for Central Michigan 

https://goo.gl/VzNfCp

Lauren Spencer continues to shine for Hawaii Pacific in goal in win

https://goo.gl/LgMN9x  

Zoe Morse and Courtney Petersen help Virginia tie East Carolina

https://goo.gl/m7V97Y

Sarah Clark helps Purdue past MSU and U of M

https://goo.gl/tLFZMw

Cassie Phillips gets assist in Colorado win

https://goo.gl/wMJnFL

Tori Singstock scores in Indiana Tech loss

https://goo.gl/V9pRU4

Rachel Winters helps BGSU past Robert Morris

https://goo.gl/zyrKQB  

Erin Doster starts in UMASS Win vs Yale

https://goo.gl/5Hxy5v

Tiffany Buckler scores again in Western Michigan win

https://goo.gl/PXKLbY

Kameryn Chappell starts in Tennessee Martin to win

https://goo.gl/7ph3t9

Captain Marisa Viggiano assists in Northwestern win vs Ohio State

https://goo.gl/1xn5Ze

Rachel Topolewski Toledo shuts out Valpo and Hannah Scafaria gets a goal and assist

https://goo.gl/CZmhTm

Megan Buckingham and Kate Morris help North Carolina  past Florida State

https://goo.gl/nY4KnT

Madison Hughes starts in Youngstown State tie with Duquense

https://goo.gl/kNf63G

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Captain Ashton Miller scores for Duke

https://goo.gl/tKXfJk

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Bethany Kopel gets shutout,, Justine Lynn and Maya Piper start in IU win at MSU

https://goo.gl/yk2daQ

 

Rachel Topolewski Toledo shuts out Valpo and Hannah Scafaria gets a goal and assist

https://goo.gl/CZmhTm

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Anthony Sorenson named to U14 National Team Camp

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U.S. Under-14 Boys’ National Team head coach Clint Peay has gathered a 36-player group for the team’s second camp of 2017, and third since the U-14 cycle of the National Development Program started in 2016, to be held in Portland, Ore from Aug. 13-20.

“In the age group, it’s important to have a good base of players in our pool to look at for the future,” Peay said. “For this camp, the idea is to open it up to a bunch of new players who, maybe haven’t had a chance, but have excelled on the field (with their clubs) to give them a chance, to play in an environment like this. Out of the 36 players, 33 have never been into a U.S. Youth National Team camp before. We are looking to expand the U-14 player pool by looking at some new players to see where they are.”

During the camp, the U-14 BNT will play an intrasquad match as well as a pair of friendlies against Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders Development Academy teams, a mix of 2002 and 2003 birth year players.

The U-14’s most recent camp took place in Croatia last May where they went 3-1-0 in a quadruplet of friendlies, defeating local Croatian clubs Dinamo Zagreb U-15 (4-0) and Bosnia and Herzegovina U-15 (2-1), before splitting two against the Croatia U-14 BNT (1-3; 2-1).

Thirty-two players from the group are currently registered with a Development Academy club for the 2017-18 season, which kicks off its 11th season on Sept. 2.

Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (4): Mitchell Budler (Shattuck-St. Mary's; Lincoln, Neb.), Nickolas Cardona (New England Revolution; Roxbury, Mass.), Lucas Hatsios (Carolina Rapids; Statesville, N.C.), Gavin Krenecki (Sacramento Republic FC; Fair Oaks, Calif.)
DEFENDERS (12): Mateo Acosta (FC United; Skokie, Ill.), Diego Alvarado (Chicago Fire; Addison, Ill.), Owen Barber (Atlanta United FC; Clinton, Miss.), Dominic Briones (Columbus Crew SC; Pickerington, Ohio), Maxwell Brown (Internationals SC; Aurora, Ohio), Cesar Carbajal (Colorado Rapids; Denver, Colo.), Abedi Godefroid (Sereno SC; Phoenix, Ariz.), Alexsander Jovel (DC United; Silver Spring, Md.), David Mysiuk (Chicago Fire; Bourbonnais, Ill.), Andre Ramos (LA Galaxy; Los Angeles, Calif.), Gavin Tabije (New York Red Bulls; Matawan, N.J.), Dominic Vegaalban (Sacramento Republic FC; Rocklin, Calif.)
MIDFIELDERS (10): Alejandro Alvarado (LA Galaxy; Los Angeles, Calif.), Jacob Bergin (Cleveland United; Rocky River, Ohio), Henry Cordova (Carolina Rapids; Statesville, N.C.), Alejandro Herrera (Real Colorado; Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Austen Herring (Southampton FC; Kidlington, U.K.), Dante Huckaby (Philadelphia Union; Morgantown W. Va.), Anthony Miron (Real So Cal; Pacoima, Calif.), Jay Portela (Weston FC; Miami, Fla.), Michael Sherlock (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.), Kai Walsh (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.)
FORWARDS (10): Brandon Bryant (Orlando City SC; Fort Walton Beach, Fla.), Caden Clark (Minnesota Thunder Academy; Medina, Minn.), Lorenzo DiMercurio (Weston FC; Biscayne Park, Fla.), Edward Mendy (Charlotte Soccer Academy; Charlotte, N.C.), Selmir Miscic (Philadelphia Union; Royersford, Pa.), Sebastian Nava (LA Galaxy; Wilmington, Calif.), Ricardo Pepi (FC Dallas; McKinney, Texas), Anthony Sorenson (Crew Wolves; Ann Arbor, Mich.), Aidan Wolf (Columbus Crew SC; Cleveland Heights, Ohio), Joseph Zalinsky (New York Red Bulls; Brick, N.J.)

Hawks 08 Dean Finalists in first two tournaments

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Congratulations to the O8 Hawks Dean team who were finalists in the Wolves-Hawks tournament. This was the first tournament these girls played in together as a team and they did fantastic. They played with such focus and determination which showed on the field and finished with 3 great wins that took them to the finals. Way to go Hawks. So proud of you!

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Congratulations to the 08 Hawks Dean team who were Finalists in the Powerade tournament. Our Hawks played hard with such determination, energy and passion winning 3 games.. 2 shutouts and a 4-1 win which then took them to the finals! So proud of these Girls. Way to go Hawks 08 Dean!

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Wolves Alumni in Division 1 Top 25 Action

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Many Wolves alumni are in action in big Division 1 games this weekend. Many of these players have important roles on their respective teams. We are proud of their ongoing success!

#2 Notre Dame (Blake Townes, Matt Habrowski, Simon Roennecke) vs. North Carolina State

#6 Michigan State (Jimmy Fiscus, Giuseppe Barone, Michael Pimlott, Ken Krolicki, Hunter Barone, Hunter Morse, Zach Kovan, Philip Stair)
vs.
#18 Michigan (Marc Ybarra, Tristan Jacob, Lucas Rosendall, Ryan Kobakof, Grant Mattia, Noah Kleedtke)

#17 Louisville (Connor Brazil) vs.#7 Syracuse

#23 Duke (Suniel Veerakone, Daniel Wright) Vs. #8 North Carolina

#24 Western Michigan (Drew Shepherd, Brandon Eklund, Ben Thornton, Kosti Moni)  vs. Dayton

 

Here is quick story mentioning the MSU - UM rivarly with a special mention of Marc Ybarra, captain of last year's U18 Academy team: https://www.topdrawersoccer.com/college-soccer-articles/mens-preview:-the-battle-of-michigan_aid42644?utm_source=TopDrawerSoccer+Newsletter&utm_campaign=85058f6a0f-TDS-9-15-17&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8340315a79-85058f6a0f-31286057

Finally, here are the most recent United Soccer Coaches Division 1 National Rankings:

1

Indiana (17)

582

4

4-0-1

2

Notre Dame (2)

563

6

4-0-0

3

Maryland (2)

541

5

4-0-1

4

Wake Forest (2)

515

2

4-1-0

5

Stanford (1)

501

1

3-1-0

6

Michigan State

440

13

5-0-0

7

Syracuse

430

7

3-0-2

8

North Carolina

417

10

4-1-0

9

Georgetown

388

18

4-0-1

10

Nebraska-Omaha

362

17

6-0-0

10

Clemson

362

3

4-1-0

12

Virginia

328

11

3-0-1

13

Kentucky

310

19

3-0-1

14

Pacific

281

23

6-0-0

15

Furman

239

20

5-0-0

16

New Hampshire

224

24

3-0-1

17

Louisville

205

8

3-1-1

18

Michigan

163

NR

3-0-2

19

Bowling Green

153

NR

5-0-0

20

Tulsa

138

NR

2-1-1

21

Fairleigh Dickinson

121

NR

5-0-0

22

North Carolina-Wilmington

105

15

4-1-0

23

Duke

82

NR

4-0-1

24

Western Michigan

71

NR

5-0-1

25

Massachusetts-Lowell

43

12

2-1-0

MICHIGAN HAWKS IN COLLEGE Week #4

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MICHIGAN HAWKS IN COLLEGE
Week #4
#Peerlesshawks

Caitlyn Clem and Sam Kleetdke and Wisconsin Shutout Drake https://goo.gl/acrdme

Ally Haran plays all 110 in tie vs UofM and helps Wake past MSU https://goo.gl/ar4n39

https://goo.gl/GxDJK7

Taylor Lambouris get MVC Defensive Player of the Week https://goo.gl/rzW9Pe

Izzy Rodriguez helps Ohio State past Notre Dame https://goo.gl/QZWFdg

Gianna Parlove starts for GVSU in win past #10 Minnesota State https://goo.gl/L7W5Fo

Megan Healy helps Pepperdine past Northwestern https://goo.gl/6c2gQM

Captain Jamie Cheslik scores for MSU in win vs Oakland https://goo.gl/JRbXmA

Captain Ashton Miller leads Duke past #3 West Virginia and #21 Utah https://goo.gl/z457Gp

https://goo.gl/DQP5kY

Natalie Winters scores for Iowa in 1-0 win https://goo.gl/NdGAVL

Magnan sisters and Sarah Mitchell all start in CMU win https://goo.gl/nG5jWB

Lauren Spencer continues to shine for Hawaii Pacific in goal in win https://goo.gl/pfyTJd

Bri Rogers starts in Ferris State win https://goo.gl/enWbCy

Zoe Morse and Courtney Petersen drive #5 UVA past #3 Penn State https://goo.gl/of3h8c

Logan Culver helps Mercer past Alabama A & M https://goo.gl/3dm8ws

Bethany Kopel gets shutout, Lynn, Piper scores for IU in upset https://goo.gl/mMU8BV

Sarah Clark plays all 90 in win vs Louisville https://goo.gl/26M9Zr

Cassie Phillips helps Colorado win vs UTSA https://goo.gl/af1SMf

Emma Shinski helps Colorado State to 5-1 win https://goo.gl/6nBUiG

Tori Singstock scores and gets assist in Indiana Tech win https://goo.gl/8ZjYcp

Rachel Winters enjoys Senior Day with win and goal https://goo.gl/NR8ztu

https://goo.gl/Fciz66

Tiffany Buckler scores in Western Michigan win https://goo.gl/wZv9AR

Rubina Veerakone and Captain Alyssa Dillon help Michigan to draw vs Wake https://goo.gl/HR34J6

Kameryn Chappell and Jaclyn Schubring help Tennessee Martin to win https://goo.gl/ydLbbp

Captain Marisa Viggiano scores in Northwestern win https://goo.gl/2B4tuU

Dani Stephen scores in MSU loss https://goo.gl/xXAPo8

Rachel Topolewski Toledo shut out Cleveland State https://goo.gl/cCS7fx

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              Spaanstra scores game winner vs China with U19 YNT
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  Michelle Cooper goes to Germany with U16 YNT
 https://goo.gl/KfSUWf
 

MICHIGAN HAWKS IN COLLEGE - Week #3

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Claire Cahalhan sees first action in Toledo loss https://goo.gl/JwBLGs

Caitlyn Clem and Sam Kleetdke upset UVA https://goo.gl/YJAKnh

Caitlyn Clem plays well again in 3-1 Wisconsin win https://goo.gl/uvUi1d

Ally Haran scores, Monreau Devos gets Assist - Wake wins 4-0 https://goo.gl/V21xN4

Natalie Winters has 2 assists in Iowa win https://goo.gl/XtocU7

Izzy Rodriguez gets first assist in win for Ohio State https://goo.gl/Kp1L1G

Lexxe Lipsey gets first collegiate goal in Ohio State win https://goo.gl/fm8YFU and https://goo.gl/bR84Bh

Casey Codd and Gianna Parlove play in GVSU’s first game https://goo.gl/bqYFAY

Megan Healy helps Pepperdine past Columbia https://goo.gl/wxZs1C

Captain Jamie Cheslik scores for MSU https://goo.gl/nRoypN

Captain Jamie Cheslik scores again for MSU in win vs Oakland https://goo.gl/cUq2Wk

Captain Ashton Miller leads Duke to 5 straight with 2-0 win https://goo.gl/y6YoCP

Megan Buckingham gets assist in UNC win https://goo.gl/F8L7CV

Shannon Magnan, Sheila Magnan, Ally Viazanko and Sarah Mitchell all start in CMU win https://goo.gl/TAfCEz

Lauren Spencer gets two wins in goal for Hawaii Pacific https://goo.gl/PX7ecz
https://goo.gl/WSfjCu

Kate McEachern goes to 3-0-1 in goal for Pittsburgh https://goo.gl/d2Y5Y4

Bri Rogers scores first collegiate goal in Ferris State win https://goo.gl/yzwFT4

Zoe Morse and Courtney Petersen help UVA past Richmond https://goo.gl/hK9FVf

Logan Culver helps Mercer past https://goo.gl/LXnJ2x

Bethany Kopel gets shutout, Lynn, Piper start for IU https://goo.gl/UgKku9

Sarah Clark starts to help Purdue shutout Depaul https://goo.gl/cTz7rR

Madison Hughes helps Youngstown State shutout IPFW https://goo.gl/9EwNUF

Cassie Phillips starts Colorado win https://goo.gl/pujNQG

Emma Shinski helps Colorado State to 5-1 win https://goo.gl/9Y6eoW

Tori Singstock scores again https://goo.gl/ZNdJXr

Paige Dobbs, Tiffany Buckler, Kendall Juhnke - start in Western Michigan win https://goo.gl/7xu1WV

Kameryn Chappell plays all 110 in Tennessee Martin drawhttps://goo.gl/XsFuVa

Captain Marisa Viggiano assist on Northwestern goal in 2-1 loss https://goo.gl/KV55n2

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Motor City Champions

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Congratulations to the 05 wolves Coach Yazbeck team who were Finalists in the Motor City Champions Cup Tournament in Washington Township over Labor Day weekend.

With only 1 sub on the bench these Wolves fought hard and played tough winning 3 games ... 2 shutouts and a 3-1 win. They played their hearts out with so much determination and passion which took them to the Finals. So proud of these boys. Way to go Wolves 05 Yazbeck.

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CREW SC ACADEMY TO HOST CREW SC ACADEMY WOLVES IN BOYS' DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Sept. 8, 2017) - In conjunction with Recognize to Recover, presented by Thorne, and ThinkTaylor, Crew SC Academy (Columbus, Ohio) U-18/19 is set to host fellow Crew SC M.L.S. affiliate club Crew SC Academy Wolves (Wixom, Mich.), in the first Feature Game of the Boys' Development Academy season. The game is set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. at the EAS Training Center and will be broadcasted live on the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Facebook page.

Following the 2016-2017 season that saw first ever titles crowned to Atlanta United FC and Texans SC Houston, both Crew SC and Crew SC affiliate U-18/19 teams will look to rebound from early exits out of the Academy Playoffs and start their 2017-2018 campaigns on the right track in the Mid-America Division of the Central Conference.

ThinkTaylor

Before the game, both Starting XI's will meet at midfield where team captains from each side will take the #TTPledge, reciting an oath to be educated on concussion symptoms, to be honest in their self-evaluation and to be supportive of anyone with a concussion. ThinkTaylor was founded in 2011 by former Men's National Team player Taylor Twellman after he was forced to retire from professional soccer due to post-concussion syndrome (PCS). ThinkTaylor is dedicated to changing the culture of traumatic brain injuries and aims to dispel the notion of concussions as something to "shake off" or play through, and establish protocol of handling brain injuries with the utmost seriousness.

Anyone involved in youth soccer in the United States is encouraged to take part in the #TTPledge by visiting ussoccerda.com/ttpledge.

2016-2017 Rewind

Last year, at the formerly U-17/18 age group, the Crew vs. Crew series was split, as Wolves took the first matchup in October 3-1, while Crew Academy rebounded in May with a 1-0 win. In both games, the home team had the upper hand. At the formerly U-15/16 age group, Crew Academy earned a slight advantage in the series, defeating Wolves 1-0 in Michigan and following that up with a 1-1 draw in Columbus.

Last season, Crew Academy U-17/18 posted a 13-8-6 overall record, including a trip to June's U-17/18 Playoffs. At the club's U-15/16 age group, the team went 11-12-4 in their 27 games, and also advanced to the Academy Playoffs.

The Wolves from Wixom, Michigan managed to finish with a 17-8-3 record in their U-17/18 age group, while the U-15/16 team went 15-6-7. Both age groups advanced to the Academy Playoffs, where they posted undefeated 1-0-2 records.

Accustomed to the Spotlight

Both Crew SC clubs saw their fair share of the spotlight in 2016-2017.

In one of the first feature games of the 2016 Winter Showcase, the Wolves' U-15/16 squad saw a first-half penalty kick from U-16 U.S. Boys' National Team forward Giovanni Reyna lift New York City FC to a hard-fought 1-0 win. Later that day, Crew Academy's Kalen Nichols managed to get on the scoreboard of a 3-1 loss to Seattle Sounders U-15/16 team.

On the third and final day of the U-15/16 Academy Playoff games, the stage was set for the first featured game between FC Dallas and Wolves. Despite a win or go home situation for the Wolves, the contest ended in a 0-0 stalemate.

Players to Watch For

Three players from Wolves earned top goal scoring marks in 2016-2017. From the U-15/16 team, midfielder Jack Beck and forward Derick Broche move up to the older age group squad after notching nine and 11 goals each, respectively, for the U-15/16 squad last season. The duo will link up with forward Farai Mutatu, who returns to the older age group Wolves team after netting 17 times during last season's campaign.

From the Columbus side of the Crew SC affiliation, forward Abdoulsalan Faqi and midfielder Colin Biros each found the back of the net 8 times for the U-15/16 Crew Academy team last season and will look to do more of the same in 2017-2018 as they move up the ranks to this year's U-18/19 team.

Keep an eye out on all five players to make an impact Saturday

Haley Craig invited to fourth U15 GNT Camp of the year

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CHICAGO (September 5, 2017) – The U.S. Under-15 Girls’ National Team and the U.S Under-14 Girls’ National Team will hold concurrent training camps from Sept. 10-17 at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif.

U.S. U-15 GNT head coach Tracey Kevins has called up 24 players, all born in 2003, for what will be her first camp at the helm of this age group.

U.S. U-14 GNT head coach April Kater has called up 24 players, all born in 2004. This cycle for the U.S. U-14 GNT would generally begin in early 2018, but this camp gives next year’s U-14s a head start. For all but the few players who have been called into U-15 GNT training camps, this will be the first experience in a National Team training camp environment.

The teams will scrimmage against each other during the week.

This group of U-15 players is in the first year of a two-year cycle before transitioning to U-17s in 2019, when they will form the core of the team that will attempt to qualify for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

U.S. U-15 GNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Haley Craig (Hawks-Wolves SC; Dexter, Mich.), Isabella Grust (San Diego Surf; Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.), Neeku Purcell (Seattle Reign; Seattle, Wash.)          
DEFENDERS (7): Baleigh Bruster (Tophat SC; Smyrna, Ga.), August Hunter (Seattle Reign; Seattle, Wash.), Andrea Kitahata (San Jose Earthquakes; Hillsborough, Calif.), Phoenix Miranda (Leahi SC; Aiea, Hawaii), Ayo Oke (Concorde Fire; Lawrenceville, Ga.), Kellie Pagador (Placer United; Roseville, Calif.), Lilly Reale (South Shore Select; Hingham, Mass.)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Korbin Albert (Eclipse Select SC; Gurnee, Ill.), Colby Barnett (Strikers FC; Los Alamitos, Calif.), Summer Denigan (Cincinnati Development Academy; Union, Ky.), Emma Egizii (Beach FC; Downey, Calif.), Carina Lageyre (Weston SC; Cooper City, Fla.), Olivia Pena (Solar Chelsea; Irving, Texas), Isabella Piete (San Diego Surf; Alpine, Calif.),                               
FORWARDS (7): Simone Jackson (Slammers FC; Redondo Beach, Calif.), Caetlyn Johannes (Valley Isle SA; Kihei, Hawaii), Arianna Manrique (Tophat SC; Buford, Ga.). Alexis Missimo (Solar Chelsea; Southlake, Texas), Dorrian Savage (San Diego Surf; Chula Vista, Calif.), Jillian Shimkin (FC Fury; Rockville Center, N.Y.), Amelia White (Fort Wayne United; Fort Wayne, Ind.)   

U.S. U-14 GNT Roster:
PLAYERS (24): Mikayla Abrenica (Legends FC; Temecula, Calif.), Jordan Brown (Heat FC; Las Vegas, Nev.), Maggie Cagle (SC Del Sol; Phoenix, Ariz.), Lindsey Chau (Legends FC; Highland, Calif.), Meka Doyle (San Jose Earthquakes; Berkeley, Calif.), Elise Evans (San Jose Earthquakes; Redwood City, Calif.), Jill Flammia (Richmond United; Manakin-Sabot, Va.), Juliauna Hayward (Real Colorado; Thornton, Colo.), Lumi Kostmayer (Oakwood SC; Southbury, Conn.), Georgia Leb (Solar Chelsea; Colleyville, Texas), Bridgette Marin-Valencia (PSV Union; San Francisco, Calif.), Molly Martin (FC Stars of Mass; Acton, Mass.), Ava Minnier (Penn Fusion; Downington, Pa.), Allison Montoya (MVLA SC; Los Altos, Calif.), Olivia Moultre (Beach FC; Canyon County, Calif.), Jordan Nytes (Real Colorado; Aurora, Colo.), Kayla Reed (Sky Blue-PDA; East Brunswick, N.J.), Jaedyn Shaw (FC Dallas; Frisco, Texas), Evelyn Shores (Tophat SC; Atlanta, Ga.), Emma Stransky (Internationals; Copley, Ohio), Maggie Taitano (San Diego Surf; Carlsbad, Calif.), Alyssa Thompson (Real So Cal; Studio City, Calif.), Teagan Wy (West Coast FC; Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.), Ella Zimmerman (Tophat SC; Cumming, Ga.)