Sophia Brelage Selected to U14 Girl’s Central Regional YNT TID Mini-Camp
US Soccer has established the U14 Talent Identification Program (TID) its objective of expanding and improving the Girl’s National Team player pool. Our very own Sophia Brelage has been selected to participate in the U14 Girl’s Central Regional YNT TID Mini-Camp, held in Dallas, Texas from March 25-29, 2020. She will participate among a group of 62 girls to showcase their talents on the national stage. Congratulations and good luck to Sophia Brelage!
Katherine Rader has been selected to travel to England with the U16 USGNT to participate in UEFA Development Tournament
Weston U16 Academy striker, Katherine Rader, was been selected by the US Girls National Team to play against England, Spain, and Denmark in the UEFA Development Tournament. Good luck Katherine!
Dominic Pinter selected to participate in the Hungarian U17 National Team Camp
Congratulations to our very own Dominic Pinter, U17 Academy Defender. He has been selected to participate in the Hungarian U17 National Team Camp. We wish you the best!
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Gabby Scarlett called up to U20 Jamaican National Team
U19 Academy Midfielder, Gabby Scarlett has been called up to the U20 Jamaican National Team to participate in the CONCACAF Championships. Fantastic work thus far and good luck representing Jamaica!
The rosters are officially in for the U20 Women’s CONCACAF Championships. Check out the final 20 player roster for the Jamaica U20 Women National Football Team.#U20WNT #ReggaeGirlz #CONCACAF #JFF_Football #ReggaeGirlzFoundation #CedellaMarley #Rooted2Rise #StrikeHard pic.twitter.com/Mntstfgk90
— Reggae Girlz Foundation (@Reggae_Girlz_F) February 20, 2020
Carina Lageyre scores game winner for U17 USGNT in friendly against England
Sub Carina Lageyre scored in the 78th minute as the U-17 #USWNT defeated England, 1-0, in the first of two friendlies in Bradenton, Fla. Nadia Cooper earned the shutout in goal. Teams play again on Feb. 22. pic.twitter.com/hJOvpwWPkI
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@USYNT) February 19, 2020