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THE 2014 id2 NATIONAL SELECTION INTERNATIONAL TOUR :


Date:  Feb. 27 – March 10

Location:  Italy


The id2 National Selection will consist of 18 male players born in 2000, chosen from all participants in 2013 id2 Program cycle.

With the training grounds and stadiums of some of Italy’s top professional clubs as a setting, the team will have the

opportunity to train and compete against youth academies from well-known professional clubs , and attend professional

games.

Beyond the chance to be immersed in a professional soccer environment and showcase their abilities to the international

soccer community, the tour offers players the unique educational and cultural experience of life in a foreign country.


 

 

Christopher Beezer Wehan developed his skills as United FC by winning many titles on his way to the University of New Mexico.  His team will try and take down Notre Dame and make it to the NCAA Finals for the first time in school history. Beezer entire family has played here at United FC, beginning with older brother Garrett, then Patrick, Chris, Sarah and now Charlie, who is currently a member of our BU15 Gold team. 

Brian Reed joins United FC from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he helped to construct one of the top defensive programs in
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Dear Tristan,

Congratulations! You
are part of the initial group of players selected to the roster for the upcoming U.S. Soccer Under-14 Boys’ National Team training camp in Lakewood Ranch, Florida. The complete roster has not been finalized yet, but we wanted to send out an invitation so that we can confirm your availability as soon as possible. Including travel days, this trip will take place from Saturday, February 1 to Sunday, February 9. Please respond to this email indicating if you are able to attend this camp, as well as confirming your date of birth and letting us know what airport you would like to fly out of. Additionally, if
you have any updates to your contact or roster information, please send that to us as well.

All information regarding this trip will be communicated to you via email from now on, so please make sure to frequently check your email for updates and further information about this event. We will be booking your plane ticket to and from Florida (Tampa) soon, and will be sending that itinerary to you via email. Once we have sent you your itinerary you will have 24 hours to let us know if there are any problems with it (misspelled names, incorrect airport, etc.). After the 24 hour period your flight will be booked and you will be responsible for the fees associated with any changes.

 As we get closer to the trip you will receive an information packet with more details about the trip including our housing accommodations, departure day flight schedule, and the tentative weekly schedule. If you have any questions at any
point leading up to the trip please feel free to contact me.

Additionally, we would like to remind players about U.S. Soccer’s player safety initiative. In order to ensure that players have the adequate time to rest and recover before and after a National Team camp, please do not compete in any club (or
high school) matches, tournaments, etc. both one day before (January 31), and one day after (February 10) a National Team camp. As most of you know, National Team camps are high in intensity and workload and it is very important that you
come into camp rested, and then take the appropriate measures to recover after camp

Once again, congratulations, and we look forward to a great week!

 Sincerely,

Jess
Luscinski

Youth
National Teams Coordinator

U.S.
Soccer Federation

Region I led the standings in the 1999 age group with a 2-1-0 record and six points. Region IV led the 2000 age group, and all other regions, going undefeated in the tournament with a 3-0-0 record and nine points.

The US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional featured players that were selected from US Youth Soccer State Association and regional level evaluations. Throughout the three-day event, players trained at practices and competed in matches in front of national staff and collegiate coaches for the opportunity to be selected to a higher level of play.

US Youth Soccer ODP is the nation's original player identification program. With programs in all 55 US Youth Soccer State
Associations, it is available to any player, regardless of hometown or club affiliation. US Youth Soccer ODP has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 30 years, and is the only development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer, the National Women’s Soccer League, and a majority of current and past national and youth national team members as alumni. To learn more, visit www.usyouthsoccer.org/programs/OlympicDevelopmentProgram.

2013 US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional All-Star Teams

1999 All-Star Team

Player

Region

Hometown

Blake Aronson

Region I

Huntington Station, NY

Edison Giron

Region I

Alexandria, VA

Diego Guerrero

Region I

Hyattsville, MD

Lukas Rubio

Region I

Liverpool, NY

Alejandro Hernandez

Region II

Hammond, IN

Istvan Wilhelms

Region II

Sault Saint Marie, MI

Whitney Gonsalves

Region III

Tulsa, OK

Luis Sanchez

Region III

Smyrna, TN

Easton Embley

Region IV

Layton, UT

Ben Orozco - GK

Region IV

Salem, OR

Manuel Gonzalez-Sarabia

Region IV

Truckee, CA

 

2000 All-Star Team

Player

Region

Hometown

Marcelo Lage

Region I

Middleton, MA

Hunter Pate - GK

Region I

Richmond, VA

Stephen Schmitt

Region I

Flemington, NJ

Timothy Bielic

Region II

Arlington Heights, IL

Guiliano Daniel

Region II

Northville, MI

Faustino Dominguez

Region III

Granite Shoals, TX

Saul Tinoco

Region III

Pooler, GA

Jacob Bloomfeldt

Region IV

N/A

Adrian Villegas

Region IV

Hood River, OR

Tristan Weber

Region IV

San Clemente, CA

Bailey Zico

Region IV

Henderson, NV

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