U.S. WNT to Hold Public Training Session on Tuesday, August 19, at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina
CHICAGO (Aug. 1, 2014) – All U.S. Soccer fans are invited to attend the U.S. Women’s National Team public training session on Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 12 p.m. ET at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina.
Admission is free and open to the public. Fans can park in VIP Parking and enter through the Northwest Gate beginning at 11:30 a.m. ET. U.S. Soccer Supporters Club members in the Star Club and above receive field level access at the public training session. If fans wish to take part in this exclusive priority, they can join the U.S. Soccer Supporters Club Star Club or upgrade their membership at ussoccer.com/supporters.
At the session, fans will get a first-hand look at how the U.S. Women’s National Team prepares for a match the day before a game.
The U.S. Women’s National Team faces Switzerland at 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Aug. 20, at WakeMed Soccer Park.
Weston FC’s U-13/14 Development Academy team, the USA’s representative at the 2014 Manchester United Premier Cup, will be back in action on Aug. 6 in England. Weston was rewarded with the selection to this tournament back in mid-June at the first Academy U-13/14 Showcase, and it is an opportunity the club is looking forward to on many levels.
“This is the highest youth soccer competition at this level and we’ll be facing some great teams that are participating in this tournament,” Weston FC head coach Marcelo Neveleff said. “We came with one simple goal – to put the U.S. Soccer name as high as we can.”
Getting to this stage was a yearlong process of success and continued development. Over the Academy’s first U-13/14 season, Weston FC posted an impressive 28-1-4 record, with a wide array of players contributing on both ends of the field. Nicolas Garcia-Morillo (28 goals) has been the team’s scoring leader, and it was only fitting that his tally won the finale of the 2013-14 Academy U-13/14 Showcase against Georgia United.
Heading into the Manchester United Premier Cup, Weston FC has taken some extra steps to get ready for the event.
“We put together a mini-camp in Wigan, a week before the Manchester Cup kicks up, to properly prepare for the tournament,” Neveleff said. “This has allowed the players to adapt to the country, environment and competition so we can get to the first game in the best possible shape.”
The pinnacle of Weston’s 2013-14 season came on the final day of the 2013-14 Development Academy U-13/14 Showcase in Westfield, Indiana. Weston and Georgia United were both in heavy consideration for the Manchester United Premier Cup spot by U.S. Soccer’s technical advisors heading into the June 16 matchup.
Both teams played at an intense level, with George Acosta boosting Weston’s lead to 2-0 in the opening 20 minutes, followed by Georgia United’s Carlos Pineda and Langston Blackstock scoring a goal apiece in a two-minute span to tie the score at 2-2 in the 59th minute. Carlos Dulcey’s 69th-minute tally helped Weston regain the lead, but Blackstock’s second goal in the 74th minute once again tied the score heading into the final minutes. Weston FC had the final say thanks to a dramatic 80th-minute goal from Garcia-Morillo.
That goal ultimately catapulted Weston FC to the top spot as the USA’s representative at the 2014 Manchester United Premier Cup.
“We are proud to represent the U.S. in this prestigious Manchester Cup, and we take this responsibility with great pride and humility,” Neveleff said. “This reward comes after many years of trying to develop a club culture, a way of playing and a lifestyle. The constant support and effort made by a lot of people, including coaches, board members, volunteers and most importantly our players, has made this possible.”
More than 8,000 teams from 43 countries have taken part in this tournament. The Manchester United Premier Cup opening ceremony and draw will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 5, as Weston FC will learn its first opponent for the following day.
The following 20 clubs are on hand for this year’s tournament:
Argentina: CA Rosario Central
Austria: SK Sturm Graz
Brazil: SC Internacional
China PR: Shandong Luneng Taishan FC
England: Manchester United (host)
England: Chelsea FC
Germany: Hertha BSC Berlin
Italy: AS Roma
Japan: Sanfrecce Hiroshima FC
Korea: Joongdong Middle School FC
Mexico: Tigres FC
Netherlands: Feyenoord Rotterdam
New Zealand: Waitakere City FC
Russia: FC Dynamo Moscow
South Africa: Mamelodi Sundowns FC
Spain: Valencia CF
Sweden: Malmo FF
Thailand: Assumption College Thonburi
Tunisia: Esperance Sportive de Tunis
USA: Weston FC
- Head coach: Marcelo Neveleff
- Overall record in 2013-14: 28-1-4
- Goal scoring leaders: Nicolas Garcia-Morillo 28, Christian Koat 20, George Acosta 14, Carlos Dulcey 12, Joshua Jackson 9
- Twitter: @westonfc_ussda
- Full Man U Premier Cup details: ManchesterUnitedPremierCup.com
CHICAGO (Aug. 1, 2014) – A 19-player U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team roster has been named for a five-day camp from Aug. 3-7 at Nassau, Bahamas. The camp will also feature a game against the Bahamas Senior National Team on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at the Thompson A. Robinson National Stadium.
Additional players might be added pending the approved release from their clubs. (Note: Alonso Hernandez's release from his club team came after Friday's original announcement.)
This camp is part of the USA’s continuing effort to focus early on the qualification process for the 2016 Summer Olympics taking place in Rio de Janeiro. In April, the USA started this phase in earnest with an Under-21 MNT camp at U.S. Soccer’s National Training Center.
“The chance to get this group of players together and get ahead of the curve in preparation for Olympic Qualifying in two years’ time is huge,” said U.S. Soccer Technical Director Jurgen Klinsmann. “We began with the U-21 camp in April, and now it’s critical that we have as many camps and games as possible so we can build a deep pool of talent that can qualify for Brazil. The Olympics are an important opportunity for young players, and we have to capitalize on it. We also want to give a big thanks to the Bahamas Football Association for hosting us.”
U.S. Men’s National Team staff assistant coaches Tab Ramos and Andi Herzog and goalkeeper coach Chris Woods, as well as U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team head coach Javier Perez, are overseeing the camp.
The roster features nine players that Ramos coached at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey: goalkeepers Cody Cropper and Zack Steffen, defenders Juan Pablo Ocegueda and Oscar Sorto, midfielders Luis Gil and Benji Joya and forwards Daniel Cuevas, Alonso Hernandez and Victor Pineda.
Leon midfielder Dennis Flores and San Jose Earthquakes defender Ramon Martin del Campo are participating in their first U.S. Soccer Youth National Team camp.
Thirteen players have previous ties to U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy.
In the U-21 MNT camp earlier this year, Joya scored two goals, including a game-winner in second-half stoppage time, to lead the USA to a 2-1 victory against Tijuana on April 23. Nine players on the current U-23 roster were part of that U-21 camp: Cuevas, Christian Dean, Gil, Marlon Hairston, Joya, Jordan Morris, Ocegueda, Pineda, Sorto,
U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team
Roster By Position:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Cody Cropper (Southampton; Maple Grove, Minn.), Zack Steffen (Maryland; Downington, Pa.)
DEFENDERS (7): AJ Cochran (Houston Dynamo; St. Louis, Mo.), Christian Dean (Vancouver Whitecaps FC; East Palo Alto, Calif.), Ramon Martin del Campo (San Jose Earthquakes; Chula Vista, Calif.), Bryan Gallego (Arizona United; Kinnelon, N.J.), Juan Pablo Ocegueda (Alebrijes de Oaxaca; Riverside, Calif.), William Packwood (Birmingham City; Concord, Mass.), Oscar Sorto (LA Galaxy; Los Angeles, Calif.)
MIDFIELDERS (4): Dennis Flores (León; Pasadena, Calif.), Luis Gil (Real Salt Lake; Garden Grove, Calif.), Marlon Hairston (Colorado Rapids; Jackson, Miss.), Benji Joya (Chicago Fire; San Jose, Calif.)
FORWARDS (6): Daniel Cuevas (CF Lobos BUAP; Sacramento, Calif.), Alonso Hernandez (Monterrey; El Paso, Texas), Alfred Koroma Shams (Internacional; Southlake, Texas), Jordan Morris (Stanford; Mercer Island, Wash.), Victor Pineda (Indy Eleven; Bolingbrook, Ill.), Omar Salgado (Vancouver Whitecaps FC; El Paso, Texas)
CHICAGO (July 31, 2014) – The U.S. Women’s National Team will play Mexico on Sept. 18 at Sahlen’s Stadium in Rochester, New York, home to the Western New York Flash of the National Women’s Soccer League.
The match will be the second of two games against Mexico as the teams will also play on Sept. 13 at a venue to be determined.
The USA’s fourth visit to Sahlen’s Stadium (and sixth overall match in Rochester) will kick off at 7 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN2 and WatchESPN. Fans can also follow along on Twitter @ussoccer_wnt and @ussoccer_esp.
The game in Rochester will be the final warm-up for both teams before the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship to be held in the United States in Kansas City, Kansas; Chicago; Washington, D.C.; and Philadelphia. The tournament will qualify the top three finishers directly to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, to be held in Canada, while the fourth-place team will enter a two-game playoff against a team from South America.
Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Aug. 8, at 10 a.m. ET through ussoccer.com and by phone at 1-800-745-3000. Starting Saturday, Aug. 9, at 9 a.m. ET, tickets will also be available at all Ticketmaster ticket centers throughout the Rochester area (including Walmart stores) and the Sahlen’s Stadium ticket office (open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.). Purchases will be limited to six tickets per household. (TICKETS)
Ultimate Fan Tickets (special VIP packages that include a premium ticket, a custom-made official U.S. National Team jersey with name and number, VIP access to the field before and after the game, and other unique benefits) are also available exclusively through ussoccer.com.
As a sponsor of U.S. Soccer, Visa is pleased to offer all Visa cardholders access to an advance ticket sale for this match before the sale to the general public. This advance sale starts Thursday, Aug. 7, at 10 a.m. ET and runs until Friday, Aug. 8, at 8 a.m. ET at ussoccer.com. Visa will be the only payment method accepted through the Visa presale and is the preferred card of U.S. Soccer. Terms and conditions apply.
WNT Highlights at Rochester:
- The two matches against Mexico will be the 29th and 30th between the countries.
- Mexico will be attempting to qualify for its third Women’s World Cup after participating in 1999 and 2011.
- The USA holds an all-time record of 26-1-1 against Mexico, with the one loss coming famously during the semifinal of the 2010 CONCACAF Women’s Championship in Cancun, Mexico, that forced the USA into a playoff with Italy for a berth to the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
- The U.S. WNT has strong connections to Rochester as it is the hometown of all-time leading goal scorer Abby Wambach and the site of both Wambach’s and Mia Hamm’s 100th career goal (Hamm’s came at Frontier Field before the new venue was built).
- Wambach and midfielder Carli Lloyd both play their club soccer at Sahlen’s Stadium for the Western New York Flash.
- The USA has won all five previous matches in Rochester – three at Sahlen’s Stadium and two at Frontier Field.
U.S. Soccer referees converged on the National Training Center in Carson, California, in mid-July for two highly competitive events: the 2014 NTC Invitational and the 2013-14 Development Academy Championships.
The National Training Center Invitational was a four-team event over a five-day stretch (July 14-18) that featured the U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team, which went on to win the tournament, runner-up Australia, Costa Rica and Bermuda.
In conjunction with this event was the 2013-14 Development Academy Championships, which included four semifinal games (two at both the U-15/16 and U-17/18 age groups) on July 17 and two championship matches on July 19 that resulted in the LA Galaxy winning at the U-15/16s and New Jersey-based Players Development Academy earning the U-17/18 national crown.
Naturally, having the opportunity to officiate high-profile internationally- and nationally-based matches proved to be a valuable platform for the referees on hand at the NTC and StubHub Center.
“The NTC Invitational and Academy Championships served as a great environment and experience for some of the best up-and-coming referees,” said Herb Silva, U.S. Soccer Director of Referee Identification and Training. “Along with the matches themselves, those went hand-in-hand with the itinerary on site, where we covered everything from positioning and foul identification, to evaluation, to player and game management and many other instructional elements.”
With the events overlapping at U.S. Soccer’s National Training Center fields and StubHub Center, referee trainings were combined into one group. National assessments and video breakdown occurred for all games and the group as a whole reviewed their performances.
The base of officials included four referees and five assistant referees working the U-20 matches, and they were chosen based on their exceptional performances at various 2014 identification events. The officials who worked the Academy Championships included eight referees and eight assistant referees. They were selected based on their performances at the U-15/16 and U-17/18 Academy Playoffs and the U-13/14 Academy Showcase, both of which took place in June at Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana.
U.S. Soccer’s technical staff included Silva, Rick Eddy, Sandy Hunt, Craig Lowry, Joe Machnik, George Noujaim and Don Wilbur.
The busy summer slate of soccer recently included a nearly 100-referee corps working at the US Youth Soccer National Championships from July 20-28 in Germantown, Maryland, and another group of officials participating in the US Adult Soccer National Cup Finals from July 25-27 in Sandy, Utah.
The US Youth Soccer National Championships showcased 96 of the country’s top referees at the youth level. Just like teams who compete at the state and regional levels, referees compete for one of the coveted spots to officiate at the National Championships. Once there, referees’ performances are factored into the assignment for one of the 14 championship matches among the various age groups.
“The event serves as a great stepping stone for many referees who are preparing to upgrade to National Referees or National Candidates,” said Jonathan Meersman, Region II Referee Director. “Many of the games are assessed or observed by mentors or members of the US Youth Soccer Referee Committee, and the feedback is used to help in the championship game assignment process.”
This year, there were two returners from 2013 who successfully completed the requirements to upgrade to National Referee for 2014. There were also five National Candidates who officiated at the event.
The U.S. Soccer support staff at the US Youth Soccer National Championships included Holly Hollingsworth, Sandy Hunt, David McKee, Kermit Quisenberry, Bryan Roslund, Don Torrenti and Don Wilbur.
At the USASA Men’s National Cup, the tournament has three divisions of competition – Amateur, Open and Over-30. In the Open division, regional champions advance to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Two officials from each region were selected by a USASA regional committee based on their regional performances. Assistant referees were selected by U.S. Soccer based on chosen based on their exceptional performances at various 2014 identification events.
“The technical support provided in this event was outstanding,” USASA Referee Chair Angelo Bratsis said. “Everyone worked hard and the officials showed the tools they need to get to the next level. The field exercises and classroom seasons built camaraderie and support. The confidence level of the referees and the skilled ARs allow for everyone to succeed in that setting.”
“We enjoy the continuous support of U.S. Soccer at USASA events, and the Academy events have also given us the support needed to make this the high-quality event it always strives to be,” USASA President John Motta said.
KOLDING, Denmark (July 31, 2014) – The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team defeated the Faroe Islands 4-0 in its third match of the 2014 Open Nordic Tournament at Mosevej Stadium. McKinze Gaines scored two goals while Kai Koreniuk and Eric Matzelevich also provided a goal apiece for the USA.
With the victory, the U.S. U-17 MNT moves on to the tournament’s fifth-place game against Finland on Saturday, Aug. 2.
After dropping its first two games of the Open Nordic Tournament, the U.S. offense found its groove with three goals in the first 21 minutes. Koreniuk’s fourth-minute goal would prove to be the game-winner, and Gaines followed that up with a first-half brace, scoring in the 14th and 21st minutes.
With the match out of reach for Faroe Islands, Matzelevich capped off the scoring with the game’s final goal in the 82nd minute.
The U.S. U-17 MNT has a split squad competing at two different international tournaments. With one group competing in Saturday’s Open Nordic Tournament placement game, the other half of the U-17 squad opens the third Copa Mexico de Naciones against China PR later that day in Mexico City.
-U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team Match Report-
Match: U.S. U-17 Men’s National Team vs. Faroe Islands
Date: July 31, 2014
Competition: Open Nordic Tournament
Venue: Mosevej Stadium; Kolding, Denmark
Kickoff: 3 p.m. local
Weather: 73 degrees
Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA 3 1 4
Faroe Islands 0 0 0
USA – Kai Koreniuk 4th minute
USA – McKinze Gaines 14
USA – McKinze Gaines 21
USA – Eric Matzelevich 82
USA: 12-Eric Lopez; 2-Logan Panchot, 15-AJ Palazzolo (4-Nikkye De Point, 41), 16-Miles Stray, 14-Tyler Adams (21-Brian Zelaya, 41); 6-Kyle Gurrieri (10-Keegan Kelly, 60), 20-George Braima (capt.), 8-Jonathan Gonzalez; 11-McKinze Gaines, 9-Kai Koreniuk (13-Eric Matzelevich, 60), 24-Weston McKennie
Subs not used: 1-William Pulisic, 3-Edwin Lara, 7-Elijah Rice
Head Coach: Richie Williams
FRO: 1-Roi Zachariasen (16-Silas Eyosteinsson, 41); 18-Eyostein Zachariasen, 5-Olavur Niclasen, 17-Johann Gaardbo, 2-Ari Olsen; 6-Svein Magnussen, 10-Jakup Andreasen (12-Paetur Petersen, 55), 14-Johan Hognesen, 8-Petur Knudsen (13-Jannik Olsen, 78); 9-Teit Jacobsen (capt.), 11-Janus Samuelsen (15-Hannes Agnarsson, 62)
Subs not used: 3-Fannhard Skoradal, 4-Bjarni Petersen, 7-Adrian Justinusen
Head Coach: Aki Johansen
USA – Logan Panchot (caution) 44th minute
Referee: Petri Vijanen
Assistant Referee: Jarno Kiistala
Assistant Referee: Michael Salisbury
Fourth Official: James Adcock
**PLEASE NOTE – Game was 80 minutes**
NORRE AABY, Denmark (July 29, 2014) – The U.S. U-17 MNT dropped its second game of the Open Nordic Cup, a 4-1 loss to Norway Tuesday at Norre Aaby Stadium.
After giving up two first-half goals for the second consecutive game, USA’s Elijah Rice scored to cut the deficit to 2-1 early in the second half and breathe life into the U.S. attack. Norway put the game away with goals in the 60th and 79th minutes for the final margin. Norway’s John Saeter recorded a brace, opening the scoring in the ninth minute with a goal and striking again in the 79th minute to put the game further out of reach.
With the loss, the U.S. falls to 0-2-0 in the Open Nordic Tournament, having lost 2-0 to Denmark in the opener. The U.S. U-17s were previously unbeaten in 2014 and are currently playing with a split squad as they are also competing in the Copa Mexico de Naciones. The U.S. opens play in Mexico City against China PR on Aug. 2.
Next up for the U.S. in the Open Nordic Tournament is a match against the Faroe Islands on Thursday, July 31 before wrapping finishing on August 2 with a placement game.
-U.S. U-17 Men’s National Team Match Report-
Match: U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team vs. Norway
Date: July 29, 2014
Competition: Open Nordic Tournament
Venue: Norre Aaby Stadium; Norre Aaby, Denmark
Kickoff: 3 p.m. local
Weather: 80 degrees
Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA 0 1 1
Norway 2 2 4
NOR John Saeter 9th minute
NOR Andreas Helmersen 20
USA Elijah Rice 45
NOR Marcus Stensby 60
NOR John Saeter 79
USA: 1-William Pulisic; 3-Edwin Lara, 4-Nikkye De Point, 16-Miles Stray, 14-Tyler Adams; 21-Brian Zelaya (2-Logan Panchot, 60), 20-George Braima (capt.), 24-Weston McKennie (11-McKinze Gaines, 57); 7-Elijah Rice, 13-Eric Matzelevich (9-Kai Koreniuk, 60), 10-Keegan Kelly
Subs not used: 6- Kyle Gurrieri, 8- Jonathan Gonzalez, 12- Eric Lopez, 15- AJ Palazzolo
Head Coach: Richie Williams
NOR: 1-Christian Haug; 2-Henrik Bredeli, 4-Mathias Laudal (14-Leonardo Dure, 63), 5-Mathusan Sandrakumar, 3-Jesper Espung; 18-Sander Berge (11-Jonas Fjellberg, 41), 13-Kristoffer Ajer, 10-John Saeter (capt.), 6-Vegard Erlien (8-Behrouz Habib, 72); 15-Andreas Helmersen, 7-Emil Hansson (17-Markus Stensby, 41)
Subs not used: 9- Birk Risa, 12- Marius Halvorsen, 16- Viljar Birkeland
Head Coach: Erland Johnsen
NOR- Mathusan Sandrakumar 72nd minute (caution)
Referee: Petri Vijanen
Assistant Referee 1: Jarno Kiistala
Assistant Referee 2: Jan Hermansen
4th Official: Kari J. a Hovdanum
**PLEASE NOTE – Game was 80 minutes**
Most Goals by Individual in Game
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 25, 2001; 6-0 W vs. Denmark in Victoria, Canada)
Sydney Leroux (July 17, 2010; 5-0 W vs. Switzerland in Dresden, Germany)
Maya Hayes (Aug. 20, 2012; 4-0 W vs. Ghana in Hiroshima, Japan)
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 17, 2002; 5-1 W vs. England in Victoria, Canada)
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 19, 2002; 4-0 W vs. Australia in Victoria, Canada)
Lindsay Tarpley (Aug. 21, 2002; 6-0 W vs. Chinese Taipei in Victoria, Canada)
Heather O’Reilly (Aug. 25, 2002; 6-0 W vs. Denmark in Victoria, Canada)
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 29, 2002; 4-1 W vs. Germany in Edmonton, Canada)
Jessica Rostedt (Nov. 14, 2004; 4-1 W vs. Russia in Phuket, Thailand)
Danesha Adams (Aug. 27, 2006; 4-1 W vs. Germany in St. Petersburg, Russia)
Sydney Leroux (Nov. 19, 2008; 3-0 W vs. France in Chillian, Chile)
Alex Morgan (Nov. 23, 2008; 3-0 W vs. Argentina in Chillian, Chile)
Sydney Leroux (Nov. 30, 2008; 3-0 W vs. England in Chillan, Chile)
USA Players to Have Played in Multiple U-19/U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cups
Stephanie Amack 2012, 2014
Rachel Buehler 2002, 2004
Crystal Dunn 2010, 2012
Kerri Hanks 2002, 2004
Ashlyn Harris 2002, 2004
Nikki Krzysik 2004, 2006
Sydney Leroux 2008, 2012
Stephanie Logterman 2004, 2006
Stephanie Lopez 2004, 2006
Samantha Mewis 2010, 2012
Christine Nairn 2008, 2010
Carri Roccaro 2012, 2014
Amy Rodriguez 2004, 2006
Jessica Rostedt 2004, 2006
Angie Woznuk 2002, 2004
FIFA U-19/U-20 Women’s World Cup
USA All-Time Scorers
Player Goals Year
Sydney Leroux* 10 2008 (5), 2010 (5)
Kelley Wilson* 9 2002
Lindsay Tarpley* 6 2002
Jessica Rostedt 5 2004 (3), 2006 (2)
Maya Hayes 4 2012
Alex Morgan* 4 2008
Amy Rodriguez* 4 2004 (2), 2006 (2)
Danesha Adams* 3 2006
Heather O’Reilly* 3 2002
Megan Rapinoe* 3 2004
Angie Woznuk * 3 2004
Kelley O’Hara* 2 2006
Kealia Ohai 2 2012
Leslie Osborne* 2 2002
Morgan Brian* 1 2012
Amber Brooks* 1 2010
Zakiya Bywaters 1 2010
Rachel Buehler* 1 2002
Vanessa DiBernardo 1 2012
Stephanie Ebner 1 2002
Becky Edwards 1 2008
Megan Kakadelas 1 2002
Allie Long* 1 2006
Kristie Mewis* 1 2010
Casey Nogueira* 1 2006
Jill Oakes* 1 2002
Sheree Gray 1 2004
Kerri Hanks 1 2004
Chioma Ubogagu 1 2012
Keelin Winters 1 2008
*Has played for the senior Women’s National Team
USA Awards at FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup
Sydney Leroux (2008)
Angie Woznuk (2004)
Alex Morgan (2008)
Kelly Wilson (2002)
Julie Johnston (2012)
Sydney Leroux (2008)
Kelly Wilson (2002)
Lindsay Tarpley (2002)
Angie Woznuk (2002)
Alex Morgan (2008)
Sydney Leroux (2010)
Alyssa Naeher (2008)
Bianca Henninger (2010)