U-19 (2002/03) – The U-19s went a perfect 3-0 to top their group, led by Class of 2021 stars and U.S. youth national team players Lilly Reale and Ally Sentnor. Reale is a center back who’s going to UCLA next fall, while Sentnor is an attacker who’s going to North Carolina. They also received steady play from Penn-State bound attacking midfielder Olivia Borgen (Class of 2022), while goalkeeper Katie Lynch (Class of 2022) allowed just one goal across the entire weekend.
U-17 (2004s) – The U-17s had a fantastic showing in Florida, going a perfect 3-0 and posting a plus-12 goal differential to lead their group. Center back Krista Murphy (Class of 2023) anchored the backline to three shutouts and scored once herself, while goalkeeper Emma Cameron (Class of 2023) produced steady play throughout. Class of 2022 holding midfielder Giuliana Gianino was another standout, scoring twice against West Coast Wicked FC. Up top, scoring was spread out across Class of 2023 standout Sophie Reale and then the Class of 2022 collection of Sam Kersey (Fairfield commit), Molly McGlame, Mckenna Sylvester and Lauren Dwyer.
U-16 (2005s) – Select’s U-16s dropped a couple of close games against Colorado Rush and Lonestar SC, but they have some really talented younger pieces. From the Class of 2024, forward Claire Murray scored a hat trick against Colorado Rush and holding midfielder Ava Varholak makes the team tick. In the Class of 2023, attacking midfielder Lindsay Wilson makes their final-third moves spark to life. Further, forward Kayla Cassidy scored against Lonestar SC and Emma Sanders scored against Colorado Rush and in their closing win over Weston FC.
U-15 (2006s) – The U-15s saved their best for last, closing with a win over Midwest United FC where Class of 2024 fullback Morgan Cheverie scored three goals. Class of 2024 goalkeeper Natalie Mutschler didn’t allow a goal when she played, and Nuala Rodgers helped Select pitch two shutouts. A Class of 2024 standout, Rodgers can play holding midfielder or center back.
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