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u23 soccer 2017 Thorns Spring Invitational Top Stories Under-23 WNT to Hold Training Camp in Seattle

CHICAGO (July 19, 2017) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will come together in Seattle, Washington from July 21-28 for a training camp featuring 24 players.

U.S. head coach B.J. Snow has called 20 college players and four youth club players to the camp, which includes a match against the Seattle Sounders Women of the WPSL on Monday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at the Husky Soccer Stadium on the University of Washington campus.

Two UW players have been called up in midfielder Shannon Simon and defender Kimberly Keever.

The U-23 WNT will be training in Seattle at the same time as the full U.S. Women’s National Team, which is preparing to open the Tournament of Nations on July 27 at CenturyLink Field (5 p.m. PT on ESPN2).

The U.S. U-23 WNT was last together in June for the Women’s U-23 Four Nations Nordic Tournament in Sweden where it defeated Norway 3-0, tied England 0-0 and downed Sweden 2-1 while playing with a roster that featured seven professional players from the NWSL.

Because this camp comes in the middle of the NWSL season, there are no professionals on the roster, but 11 players who were in Sweden have been called to this camp, including defender Kaleigh Riehl, who scored against Norway in Sweden.

The four players on the roster not yet in college – midfielders Jaelin Howell and Brianna Pinto and forwards Sophia Smith and Ashley Sanchez – were all on the roster for the recent U-20 WNT trip to Europe that featured two games each against England and Germany. Howell, Pinto and Smith were on the U-23 roster for the Nordic Tournament. All four played in the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan.

Howell scored twice for the U-23s in Sweden while Smith scored once. Sanchez and Smith each scored for the U-20 WNT during that trip to Europe in early July.

Five players on the roster played in the 2016 U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea, including Sanchez, who scored in both FIFA youth World Cups in 2016.

Six players on the roster – goalkeeper Casey Murphy, forward Savannah McCaskill, Howell, Pinto, Sanchez and Smith – have seen training time with the full U.S. WNT.

U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team Roster:

GOALKEEPERS (2): Casey Murphy (Rutgers; Bridgewater, N.J.), Annabella Geist (Oregon State; Milwaukie, Ore.)

DEFENDERS (9): Brooke Denesik (Texas Tech; Anthem, Ariz.), Indigo Gibson (California; Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.), Zoey Goralski (UCLA; Naperville, Ill.), Natalie Jacobs (Notre Dame; Coto de Caza, Calif.), Ellie Jean (Penn State; Coventry, Conn.), Kimberly Keever (Washington; Manhattan Beach, Calif.), Tegan McGrady (Stanford; San Jose, Calif.), Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State; Fairfax Station, Va.), Gabrielle Seiler (Florida, Gainesville, Fla.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Kristina Fisher (Miami; Jupiter, Fla.), Jaelin Howell (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.), Brianna Pinto (CASL; Durham, N.C.), Ashley Sanchez (So Cal Blues; Monrovia, Calif.), Shannon Simon (Washington; Torrance, Calif.), Charlotte Williams (Penn State; Rochester, N.Y.)

FORWARDS (7): Grace Hagan (Kansas; Wichita, Kans.), Sarah Luebbert (Missouri; Jefferson City, Mo.), Hailie Mace (UCLA; Ventura, Calif.), Savannah McCaskill (South Carolina; Chapin, S.C.), Sophia Smith (Real Colorado; Fort Collins, Colo.), Frances Crouse (Penn State; Greensburg, Penn.), Marissa Everett (Oregon; Canyon Lake, Calif.)

U-23 WNT Defeats Sweden 2-1 at Women's U-23 Four-Nations Nordic Tournament U-23 WNT Draws England 0-0 at Women's U-23 Four Nations Nordic Tournament in Sweden U-23 WNT Defeats Norway 3-0 at Women’s U-23 Four-Nations Nordic Tournament in Sweden U-23 WNT Will Travel to Sweden for 2017 Women's U-23 Open Nordic Tournament U-23 WNT Falls 3-0 to NWSL Club Orlando Pride U-23 WNT Draws Chicago Red Stars 0-0 to Finish Thorns Spring Invitational U.S. U-23 WNT Defeats Portland Thorns 2-1 at Thorns Spring Invitational U.S. U-23 WNT Falls to Houston Dash, 2-1, at Thorns Spring Invitational U.S. U-23 WNT Will Travel to Portland, Oregon and Orlando, Florida for Back-To-Back Training Camps Andrews Scores as U.S. U-23 Finishes Trip to La Manga, Spain with 1-0 Win vs. Norway U.S. U-23 WNT Falls to England 2-0 in La Manga, Spain U-23 WNT Defeats Japan 2-0 in La Manga, Spain, with Goals from McCaskill and Purce U-23 WNT Will Travel to Spain for Matches Against Japan, England and Norway U-23 WNT Will Play in Thorns Spring Invitational vs. NWSL Teams in March Added Emphasis Placed on U-23s as WNT Player Pool Expands WNT's Magnificent March

We have not consulted the definitely-smarter-than-us, advanced-degree-laden folks at Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.com, but we’re thinking the odds of the U.S. Women’s National Team programs playing 17 international matches over 12 days and going undefeated are pretty long.

Still, the standards are high for any player that pulls on the U.S. Soccer crest and five teams certainly lived up to those expectations in March, going 14-0-3.

“I’m thrilled with the success of all our teams over the last year and most recently this month,” said U.S. Soccer Women’s Technical Director April Heinrichs. “The core of our success depends on players improving throughout their journey in our program. The beautiful thing about our program is the training mentality, willingness to improve and relentless pursuit of excellence by all our coaches and players on a daily basis. It’s quite frankly one of, if not, the most competitive training environment in the world.”

While U.S. Soccer’s focus for its youth teams remain firmly on development, part of that growth of players comes from playing against the best, thus the push to schedule more international matches. While early March is always a busy time for the U.S. Women’s National Teams, with the senior side usually heading to the Algarve Cup in Portugal and the younger teams cutting their competitive teeth against top sides from Europe in La Manga, Spain, 2016 saw the most international matches ever in this short time period.

This year, the U.S. Women were absent from the Algarve Cup for the first time in 19 years, instead hosting the SheBelieves Cup, a tournament that featured four of the top teams in the world. Four of the USA’s youth national teams were also in action, with three playing against older competition. The U.S. Under-23 WNT traveled to Croatia to take on two women’s national teams. The U.S. U-20 WNT squared off against U-23 teams in La Manga, Spain and the U.S. U-18 WNT faced U-19 teams, also in La Manga.

The U.S. U-17 WNT played against its own age group, albeit with the highest stakes, winning the 2016 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Grenada while earning a berth to the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Jordan.

The 17-game run got started with a bang on March 2 as the U-23 WNT defeated the Slovenia WNT on goals from Shea Groom, Taylor Smith and Andi Sullivan while the U-20 WNT drew with the Sweden U-23s, 1-1.

On March 3, the senior side kicked off the SheBelives Cup with a rousing win against England on a brilliant strike from Crystal Dunn, and the U.S. U-18 WNT drew with the Denmark U-19s, 0-0. The U.S. teams would fail to win just once more, that coming in the strangest result of the month, a 0-0 draw on March 4 by the U.S. U-23s against the Poland U-19s in a match that saw the USA out-shoot Poland 25-0 without scoring. But hey, that’s soccer.

A busy March 4 also saw a 1-0 win for the U.S. U-20 WNT against the England U-23s on a late goal from Ally Watt and the U.S. U-17s open their World Cup qualifying campaign by dominating Jamaica as Frankie Tagliaferri came off the bench to score four consecutive goals.

March 5 had just one game as the U.S. U-18s downed the England U-19s, 1-0, as Abby Kim scored the game-winner, giving the USA three 1-0 wins over England at three different age levels in a span of three days, all on late goals.

March 6 saw the U-23s rebound from the draw with Poland to defeat the France National “B” Team 2-0 on goals from Groom and Christina Gibbons (France’s full team was competing in the SheBelieves Cup), the U-20 WNT defeat Norway U-23s 2-1 as Watt once again scored the game-winner, and the U-17s pick up a huge group win over Mexico as Ashley Sanchez scored the lone goal.

On March 7, the USA defeated France 1-0 in the SheBelieves Cup on Alex Morgan’s goal, and the U-18 WNT downed the Norway U-19s as Kim scored her second game-winner in as many matches.

After that, it was up to the full WNT and the U-17s to finish off the almost perfect month with some of the most difficult games of the stretch.

The USA came from behind to defeat the world’s second-ranked team, Germany, 2-1, on goals from Morgan and Samantha Mewis to win the SheBelieves Cup while the U-17s demolished Canada, 5-0, in the semifinal to earn their berth to Jordan before playing a highly entertaining match against Mexico in the championship. Ashley Sanchez staked the USA to a first half lead, but Mexico equalized late in the game, setting the stage for some heroics from Civana Kuhlmann, who volleyed home off a cross from Sophia Smith with four minutes left in regulation to cap a March to remember.

All in all, the five U.S. teams scored 33 goals, allowed just five (never more than one per game) and won six games 1-0 and three more 2-1.

While player development is still and always will be the priority, the recent run of game success is a sign that the system is working, which can only bode well for the future, even as the landscape of the women’s international game continues to change and become even more competitive.

“The number one priority for all of our coaches is to develop players for the next level that feed up to the Women’s National Team,” added Heinrichs. “If we do it well, players arrive at the higher level more sophisticated and ready to contribute to our quest for another World Cup championship.”

March 2016 Results -- U.S. Women’s National Teams

Date Match-Up Venue Result

March 2 U-23 WNT vs Slovenia Umag, Croatia 3-0 W

March 2 U-20 WNT vs Sweden U-23 La Manga, Spain 1-1 T

March 3 U-18 WNT vs Denmark U-19 La Manga, Spain 0-0 T

March 3 WNT vs England Tampa Bay, Fla. 1-0 W

March 4 U-23 WNT vs Poland U-19 Umag, Croatia 0-0 T

March 4 U-20 WNT vs England U-23 La Manga, Spain 1-0 W

March 4 U-17 WNT vs Jamaica U-17 St. George’s, Grenada 8-1 W

March 5 U-18 WNT vs England U-19 La Manga, Spain 1-0 W

March 6 U-23 WNT vs France “B” Umag, Croatia 2-0 W

March 6 U-20 WNT vs Norway U-23 La Manga, Spain 2-1 W

March 6 U-17 WNT vs Mexico U-17 St. George’s, Grenada 1-0 W

March 7 WNT vs France Nashville, Tenn. 1-0 W

March 7 U-18 WNT vs Norway U-19 La Manga, Spain 1-0 W

March 8 U-17 WNT vs Costa Rica U-17 St. George’s, Grenada 2-0 W

March 9 WNT vs Germany Boca Raton, Fla. 2-1 W

March 11 U-17 WNT vs Canada U-17 St. George’s, Grenada 5-0 W

March 13 U-17 WNT vs Mexico U-17 St. George’s, Grenada 2-1 W

Gallery: U-23 WNT Wins Four Nations Tournament in Norway Under-23 WNT to Hold Training Camp in Seattle

CHICAGO (July 19, 2017) – The U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will come together in Seattle, Washington from July 21-28 for a training camp featuring 24 players.

U.S. head coach B.J. Snow has called 20 college players and four youth club players to the camp, which includes a match against the Seattle Sounders Women of the WPSL on Monday, July 24 at 6 p.m. at the Husky Soccer Stadium on the University of Washington campus.

Two UW players have been called up in midfielder Shannon Simon and defender Kimberly Keever.

The U-23 WNT will be training in Seattle at the same time as the full U.S. Women’s National Team, which is preparing to open the Tournament of Nations on July 27 at CenturyLink Field (5 p.m. PT on ESPN2).

The U.S. U-23 WNT was last together in June for the Women’s U-23 Four Nations Nordic Tournament in Sweden where it defeated Norway 3-0, tied England 0-0 and downed Sweden 2-1 while playing with a roster that featured seven professional players from the NWSL.

Because this camp comes in the middle of the NWSL season, there are no professionals on the roster, but 11 players who were in Sweden have been called to this camp, including defender Kaleigh Riehl, who scored against Norway in Sweden.

The four players on the roster not yet in college – midfielders Jaelin Howell and Brianna Pinto and forwards Sophia Smith and Ashley Sanchez – were all on the roster for the recent U-20 WNT trip to Europe that featured two games each against England and Germany. Howell, Pinto and Smith were on the U-23 roster for the Nordic Tournament. All four played in the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan.

Howell scored twice for the U-23s in Sweden while Smith scored once. Sanchez and Smith each scored for the U-20 WNT during that trip to Europe in early July.

Five players on the roster played in the 2016 U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea, including Sanchez, who scored in both FIFA youth World Cups in 2016.

Six players on the roster – goalkeeper Casey Murphy, forward Savannah McCaskill, Howell, Pinto, Sanchez and Smith – have seen training time with the full U.S. WNT.

U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team Roster:

GOALKEEPERS (2): Casey Murphy (Rutgers; Bridgewater, N.J.), Annabella Geist (Oregon State; Milwaukie, Ore.)

DEFENDERS (9): Brooke Denesik (Texas Tech; Anthem, Ariz.), Indigo Gibson (California; Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.), Zoey Goralski (UCLA; Naperville, Ill.), Natalie Jacobs (Notre Dame; Coto de Caza, Calif.), Ellie Jean (Penn State; Coventry, Conn.), Kimberly Keever (Washington; Manhattan Beach, Calif.), Tegan McGrady (Stanford; San Jose, Calif.), Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State; Fairfax Station, Va.), Gabrielle Seiler (Florida, Gainesville, Fla.)

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The United States U-23 men's national soccer team, also known as the United States men's Olympic soccer team, is a youth soccer team operated under the auspices of U.S. Soccer. Its primary role is qualification into and competition at the quadriennial Olympic Football Tournament, the next of which is to be held during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England. The team's most recent major tournament was the tournament at the 2008 Summer Olympics, in which the United States team was eliminated in the first round group stage. The current head coach is Piotr Nowak.

The roster can be augmented with three "overage" players, ostensibly possessing veteran experience, during Olympic competition, in accordance with FIFA regulations.

History

Men's Olympic soccer as an under-23 competition officially began during the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. A win over Kuwait was not enough for qualification past the group stage, and, as expected, a loss to Italy and a draw with Poland eliminated the United States in the first round. Several US players on the roster, however, would go on to have a major influence with the United States men's national soccer team in the 1994 FIFA World Cup, which the United States would host.

The 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia would be the first time that teams could add overage players to their rosters. With the advantage as the host nation, and with Major League Soccer in the middle of its inaugural season, the USSF tapped then-D.C. United head coach Bruce Arena to manage the Olympic team. They would fall short again, however, as a loss to eventual-silver medalists Argentina, offset favorable results in a win against Tunisia and a draw with Portugal.

The 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia marked a significant turnaround in the fortunes of the team. This time, the United States, led by head coach Clive Charles, won their group on goal difference, based on draws with Czech Republic and eventual-gold medalists Cameroon, and a win over Kuwait. A tense quarterfinal match against Japan ended in a penalty shoot-out, which the United States won. Losses to Spain in the semifinals and Chile in the bronze medal match fell short of rising expectations, but a fourth-place finish in a sixteen-team tournament led to the national youth team's greatest result at the Olympics.

The team did not compete at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece; the United States, led by head coach Glenn Myernick, would lose to Mexico in the semifinals of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament.

In late 2006, former Chivas USA head coach Bob Bradley was given the reins to both the senior national team and under-23 national team. His tenure would be brief, and his elevation to full-time head coach of the senior team would result in him handing control of the under-23 team to his assistant head coach, Piotr Nowak. Under Nowak, the United States qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics after a 3-0 win over Canada in the 2008 CONCACAF Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament, thanks to goals by Freddy Adu and Sacha Kljestan. They would end their tournament as runners-up to Honduras but with an Olympic berth in hand.

There are no games or camps scheduled for 2009 because it is in off-year in under-23 competition because it falls one year after an Olympic tournament; play will resume at this level in 2010. [ 1 ]

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