US Club id2 Girls Training Camp roster

US Club id2 Girls Training Camp roster
by US Club Soccer
March 4, 2020

A total of 158 athletes were identified and developed at the first id2 Training Camp of the year, Feb. 27-March 1 in central Florida, which also served as the first camp of the new age group cycle targeting 2007-born boys and 2006-born girls. The players represented 59 clubs from 25 states, bringing geographical diversity to the four-day camp that included a healthy curriculum of field sessions and classroom presentations. This id2 Training Camp was hosted at Viera Regional Park in Melbourne, Florida – the home of Space Coast United Soccer Club.

“There was an abundance of talent on-site,” said Gerry McKeown, id2 Boys Program Director. “The main thing is that they take charge and initiative in their own development and that they are willing to put in the work necessary to see improvement… That’s a really healthy thing for their soccer education. That’s how real growth occurs.”

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Field sessions challenged players both tactically and technically with exercises designed to build out of the back, enforce attacking principles, maintain ball control, progress upfield and communicate effectively.

id2 boys director Gerry McKeown and girls director Tricia Taliaferro were on-site to implement and oversee the id2 curriculum. The boys were also coached by: Mike Cullina (Prince William Courage), Matt Lawrey (Atlanta United), Mike Potier (Space Coast United SC), Tom Shields (STA) and Kelly Sims (STA). The girls were led by: Russell Gee (Challenge SC), Stuart Hilton (Sting SC), Maria Loyden (Drexel University), Tiffeny Milbrett (Tampa Bay United Rowdies) and Scott Parkinson (Utah Royals).

Milbrett is a name familiar to U.S. Soccer fans. She has an extensive list of achievements as a player, including National Hall of Fame inductee, World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist – not to mention various records with the USWNT. “It’s a high-level performance camp,” Milbrett said. “Not only that, it’s identification. You’re actually trying to push yourself and be identified for a youth national team – just the way that I was as a player. We do want to help identify, and we do want to help propel these players into the youth national team so they can represent their country.”

The athletes received evaluations from their coaches at the conclusion of the camp, giving them a roadmap for success as they return home to their clubs. Players First partner Beyond Pulse was also on-site to provide objective health data through its Smart Belt technology that was used by all players during field sessions. Smart Belts track a variety of data, including heart rate, distance, speed, high impact sprints and more.

While this current age group cycle of 2007 boys and 2006 girls is just beginning, the past age group cycle technically concludes later this month with the 2020 id2 National Selection International Tours for 2006 boys (Scotland & England) and 2005 girls (England).

Established in 2004, US Club Soccer’s id2 Program provides an opportunity for the country’s elite youth soccer players to be identified and developed and scouted for inclusion in U.S. Soccer’s National Team programs. The id2 Program – presented by Verizon – is an Olympic Development Program approved by the United States Olympic Committee and the U.S. Soccer Federation. There is no cost for players to participate or be scouted, and all meals, lodging and gear are provided by US Club Soccer and Nike.

Below is the roster of girls players that were invited to the event.

Lola Abraham 2006 F Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC PA

Jazelle Alvarado 2006 MF D'feeters TX

Skye Barnes 2006 MF Florida Kraze Krush FL

Sydney Bassa 2006 F Challenge SC TX

Madyson Bentil 2006 MF GSA GA

Caroline Birkel 2007 GK SLSG MO MO

Ava Boze 2006 GK Southern Soccer Academy GA

Landis Canada 2006 MF Michigan Hawks MI

Bridget Carr 2006 GK World Class FC NJ

Brianna Carrigan 2006 F Challenge TX

Cassidy Corcione 2006 MF PDA NJ

Josie Corcoran 2006 D Tampa Bay United FL

Paloma Daubert 2006 D San Juan SC CA

Tasneem Dizdarevic 2006 F SLSG MO MO

Bella Grace Dunn 2007 GK GSA GA

Quinn Erim 2006 F Tennessee SC TN

Anne Faraone 2006 MF Bethesda SC MD

Kassie Fragale 2006 MF Tampa Bay United SC FL

Sydney Garcia 2006 F Wake FC NC

Ellie Garrison 2006 F North Carolina Fusion NC

Addison Geiss 2006 MF Wake FC NC

Megan Gover 2006 D San Juan SC CA

Addison Halpern 2006 MF PDA NJ

Katelyn Hoppers 2006 MF Dallas Sting TX

Claire Hutton 2006 MF World Class FC NY

Maya Ikewood 2006 MF WNY Flash NY

Macy James 2006 MF SLSC Cosmos OK

Sonoma Kasica 2006 GK Tampa Bay United FL

Morgan Kotch 2006 F Real Jersey FC NJ

Casey Maddox 2006 MF Concorde Fire GA

Fiona Mahan 2006 MF Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC PA

Se-Hannah Mars 2006 F FC Stars MA

Evie McCarthy 2006 D Cape Coral FL

Ava McDonald 2006 F Dallas Sting TX

Jasmine Molina 2006 F SLSC Cosmos OK

Brynna Morris 2006 MF Chantilly Youth Association VA

Ainsley Moy 2006 MF PDA NJ

Sadie Ozymy 2006 F Sting Dallas TX

Sammi Jo Payne 2007 F WNY Flash NY

Evelyn Pham 2006 MF Tampa Bay Rowdies FL

Sophia Recupero 2006 F FC Stars MA

Lola Ressler 2006 MF Orlando City SC FL

Alessia Saia 2006 MF Sunrise Prime FL

Tatum Schilling 2006 MF Cape Coral FL

Allie Serlenga 2006 MF Real Jersey FC NJ

Olivia Silcox 2006 MF AFC Lightning GA

McCarthy Spencer 2006 MF North Carolina Fusion NC

KJ Straub 2006 MF Orlando City SC FL

Avery Sullenberger 2006 D Real Jersey FC NJ

Minah Syam 2006 MF Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC PA

Alexis Trindle 2006 F SLSC Cosmos OK

Linda Ullmark 2006 MF WNY Flash NY

Tommi Valente 2006 MF STA NJ

Nevaeh VanHoutan 2006 GK SLSC Cosmos OK

Ava Vaughan 2006 MF North Carolina Fusion NC

Lauren Villasin 2006 D STA NJ

Addison Worley 2006 F SLSC Cosmos OK

Maya Zmistowski 2006 MF GSA GA

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