U.S.-based players dot Concacaf rosters
As the women’s Under-20 Concacaf Championship gets rolling on Friday, U.S.-based club and college will be well represented.
And that goes well beyond the 20 players obviously competing for the United States, who all compete for either college or professional teams based in the United States. Twelve of the other nations set to compete at the Concacaf U20 championship in the DR will feature players from either a club or college based in the United States.
Check out a country-by-country look at some of the other players compete in the Dominican Republic this week.
Bermuda: GK Zakhari Turner (IMG Academy), D Zemira Webb (Black Rock FC), Che-Chulae Dowling (IMG Academy), D Marli Butterfield (Black Rock FC)
Canada: 18 players from the Canada roster hail from DI colleges.
Dominican Republic: GK Odaliana Gomez (Match Fit Academy), D Isabella Venutra (FC Prime), D Nadia Colon (Texas), D Gabriela Marte (Penn Fusion), D Karla Muniz (Santa Fe FC), F Angelina Vargas (PDA), F Jazlyn Oviedo (Monmouth), F Ariana Diaz (East Meadow SC), F Liliane Clase (Angelina College), GK Paloma Pena (FC Prime), M Jazmin Herrera (FC Prime), M Maria Torreira (Santa Fe FC), D Alexa Pacheco (Goldey Beacom College), M Emely Pichardo (Barton College)
El Salvador: F Mia Arevalo (Virginia Development Academy), Amy Angel (Northern Virginia Royals SC), D Emely Reyes (Challenge SC)
Guatemala: M Maria Contreras (Nova Southeastern)
Haiti: M Milan Pierre-Jerome (Maryland), F Noa Ganthier (Weston FC)
Honduras: GK Ashley Fonseca (Florida United), M Gabriela Varela (San Antonio SC), M Sofia Morales (Clarke University)
Jamaica: GK Serena Mensah (Fordham), D Anabel Moore (Seattle United), D Nevillegail Able (Navarro College), D Malia Atkins (South Dakota), F Christina Salmon (Hill College), M Peyton McNamara (Ohio State), M Alexia Spencer (Saint Leo), M Chantelle Parker (Pittsburgh), M Shania Harris (Daytona College), M Alexia Wright (Tophat SC), D Mia Mitchell (Charlotte Soccer Academy), M Zoe Vidaurre (Bethesda SC), F Theanna Burnett (GSA)
Nicaragua: F Yuliana Aleman (Real Miami CF)
Panama: GK Isabella Morey (Concorde Fire), M Diana Pon (FC Prime)
Puerto Rico: GK JLo Varada (Florida), D Michelle Berndt (Florida United), D Bryana Pizarro (Oregon), D Emma Gonzalez (Orange County SC), D Natasha Soto (Angelo State), D Estefania Gonzalez (Montverde Academy), M Ana Diaz (Georgia State), F Brooke Hart (Georgia State), M Ivy Garner (Liberty), GK Ariana Anderson (Solar SC), F Indigo Sims (DKSC), D Maria Buono (Nova Southeastern), D Iliana Pardo (NC Courage), F Leyla Molina (FC Prime), M Lilyana Hernandez (AFC Lightning), M Marilia Nieves-Melchor (Charlotte Soccer Academy), M Laniaya Del Valle (FC Prime), F Alondra Nieves (Georgia State)
Saint Kitts and Nevis: F Ellie Stokes (St. Mary’s)
Trinidad & Tobago: Sarah De Gannes (Brewton-Parker College), M Marley Walker (Charleston SC), M Maria Frances Serrant (Corban), F Tori Paul (Charlotte Independence)
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