Eighty Players Come Together in Atlanta for First Girls’ U-14 National Identification Camp of 2024

seven orange and white soccer balls in front of a net
seven orange and white soccer balls in front of a net

CHICAGO (March 19, 2024) – With the ongoing objective to expand and improve the Women’s Youth National Team player pool, U.S. Soccer will hold its first national identification camp of 2024 as part of the Under-14 Talent ID program. Eighty players, 20 each from U.S. Soccer’s four scouting regions- East, Central, South and West- will gather from March 19-25 at the Atlanta United FC training center in Atlanta.

Seventy-nine of the 80 players were born in 2010, with one born in 2011.



GOALKEEPERS (2): Isabella Kelsey (Baltimore Celtic SC), Ava Simpson (Bethesda SC)

DEFENDERS (7): Chloe Breslin (Charlotte Soccer Academy), Natalia Hanson (Penn Fusion Soccer Academy), Lillian Maloney (Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals), Bella McLeod (Virginia Union FC), Ella Mullin (Albany Alleycats), Raquelle Renieris (SUSA FC), Anna Grace Richardson (Tophat)

MIDFIELDERS (5): Kristen Henly (Northern Virginia Alliance), Riley Kapler (Player Development Academy Blue), Alex Kasow (Tophat), Valentina Perrotta (Bethesda SC), Sofia White (Bethesda SC)

FORWARDS (6): Natalie Duffie (Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals), Vivienne Laporte (FC Stars), Pauline Maletz (Virginia Union FC), Dylan Ohm (Penn Fusion Soccer Academy), Ryder White (Virginia Development Academy), Isabelle York (Tophat)


GOALKEEPERS (2): Kara Buck (Total Futbol Academy – Cincinnati), Molly Gaffney (Real Colorado National)

DEFENDERS (7): Tatum Hauser (Indy Eleven), Quinn Luecke (Internationals SC), Sydney Nielsen (Broomfield SC), Lexie Otieno (Michigan Hawks), Alexa Patel (Galaxy SC), Draya Sanders (Internationals SC), Carolyn Voss (Minnesota Thunder)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Reese Brickwood (Internationals SC), Chloe Guenther (Kansas City Athletics), Emmy Kasperson (Real Colorado National), Madison Kline (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), Ainsley McGuire (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), Ella Vaughn (St. Louis Development Academy)

FORWARDS (5): Julia Dern (Real Colorado National), Elan Orrico (Northwest Indiana Lions United), Brunella Pilati (Racing Louisville), Audrey Walker (Lou Fusz Athletic), Hannah Yu (Nationals)


GOALKEEPERS (2): Camille Barrett (Solar SC), Farah Burkholder (Challenge SC)

DEFENDERS (6): Kylie Guerrero (Solar SC), Maura Hayes (FC Dallas), Zoriah Jones (Florida Kraze Krush SC), Harper Remington (Forms Academy), Tilly Shaeffer (San Antonio City Soccer Club), Addison Staats (Dallas Texans SC)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Gentry Fieker (Tulsa SC), Taylor Ladd (Dallas Texans SC), Isabella Ortiz (Florida United Soccer Club), Lucy Panayi (Utah Royals FC Arizona), Carson Thompson (Lonestar Soccer Club), Brynlie Ward (FC Dallas)

FORWARDS (6): CarolineBarrow(Albion Hurricanes FC), Ella Carr (Sting Austin), Ella Dietz (Arkansas Rising), Kylie Ekra (Florida Premier FC), Addison Jericho (Florida Premier FC), Stella Spitzer (Solar SC)


GOALKEEPERS (2): Avi Ivey (San Juan SC), Bella Martin (Legends FC)

DEFENDERS (6): Ally Damron (San Diego Surf), Cassandra Lee-Travers (FC Bay Area Surf), Reece Li (San Diego Surf), Tessa Richards (La Roca FC), Emma Sullivan (San Juan SC), Gigi Zuniga (Mountain View Los Altos)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Ella Ahn (San Diego Surf), Ella Bott (Slammers FC HB Koge), Koi Edwards (Legends FC), Sana Morota (De Anza Force), Zoey Nelson (Seattle United), Sadie Siedel (Mustang SC)

FORWARDS (6): Jenna Bartlett (Eagles SC), Kayleigh Cabigon (San Diego Surf), Lauren Lim (So Cal Blues), Riley Rountree (Eastside FC), Ny Thompson (San Juan SC), Isela Villa Lopez (So Cal Blues)

The U-14 TID Program is designed to discover and introduce a larger base of top talents at the U-14 age group into the scouting funnel of the older U-15 to U-20 WYNTs. The mini-camp format helps to evaluate and inspire high-potential players while accelerating their development in an engaging and challenging environment.

In addition to expanding the YNT player pool at its early stages, this scouting and identification structure allows top players at the U-14 age level time to absorb core principles of the YNT philosophy and accelerate their development.

The program also offers the opportunity to bolster U.S. Soccer’s national network of scouts. U.S. Soccer scouts serve as coaches with the regional teams, furthering their education and development while also building the Federation’s connection with clubs across the country.

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