Eighteen players born in 1998 descended to Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., for the id2 National Selection Training Camp. The camp was held simultaneously with the ECNL / id2 National Training Camp, which featured top female players in the 1995, 1996, and 1997 age groups.
A joint effort between US Club Soccer and Nike, participants for the the id2 National Selection Training Camp were chosen from the id2 Program cycle targeting girls born in 1998.
The camp provided players the opportunity to work with some of the nation’s best coaches, play with and against some of the nation’s best players in their age group, and be scouted by on-site U.S. National Team staff. The players came together for three full days of elite training, competition, and presentations at one of the world’s premier athletic facilities.
Beyond the trainings, competitions, and presentations scheduled for the camp, players attended a Portland Thorns NWSL match to watch the highest level of women’s professional soccer live.
As with all id2 Program events, there wa no camp fee, and lodging, meals and training gear were provided by the US Club Soccer and Nike. For this final-stage camp, airfare to and from the camp was also provided by US Club Soccer for the players born in 1998.
The camp was held simultaneously with the ECNL / id2 National Training Camp, which featured top female players in the 1995, 1996, and 1997 age groups.
|Player Name||Accolades||College/Pro Club|
|Marissa Bosco||2016 SEC All-Freshman Team; UK Team Captain, U18 and U20 National Team experience||Kentucky|
|Meg Brandt||2015 Gatorade Iowa Girls Soccer Player of the Year; 2016 Big Ten All-Freshman Team; 2017 Third-Team All-Big Ten; 2018 Big Ten All-Tournament Team; U23 National Team experience||Nebraska/Reign FC|
|Belle Briede||Three-time NSCAA Youth All-American; U15, U18, U19, U20 National Team experience||Stanford|
|Camille Davre||Ran Track and Cross Country in college; 2018 All-American, All-Region at Michigan||Michigan|
|Amanda Dennis||2016 Big Ten Freshman of the week, Big Ten Defensive Player of the week, Big Ten All-Freshman Team; 2018 Big Ten All-Tournament Team; U18 National Team experience||Penn State|
|Sunny Dunphy||2013 USYS National Championship Best 11 Team; As a sophomore played in all 25 matches for UCLA; US Youth National Team experience||UCLA|
|Jlon Flippens||2015 U18 National Team call up; started all 19 games as a Freshman at Maryland||Maryland|
|Jordan Harr||Two-time NSCAA All-American; Two-time Gatorade Texas Player of the Year; 2016 Big 12 All-Freshman Team; 2017 Second Team All-Big 12; 2019 First Team All-Big 12, Big 12 All-Tournament Team, Second Team All-Midwest; U20 National Team experience||Texas Tech|
|Sam Hiatt||2015 Washington State Gatorade Player of the Year; Played at Boston College before transferring to Stanford; Stanford Team Captain; 2019 Third Team All Pac-12, NCAA National Champion; U20 National Team Captain; U20 Women's World Cup, U18 and U20 National Team experience||Stanford/Reign FC|
|Madeleine Lucas||As a Freshman appeared in all but one game, tallied two goals and three assists.||Northwestern|
|Alia Martin||2015 Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year; 2019 First Team All-Big Ten; First Team All-North Region; U17 National Team experience||Michigan|
|Kristen McFarland||2015 Ohio Premier Player of the Year; 2016 ACC All-Freshman Team; 2018 NCAA National Champion, ACC All-Tournament Team; 2014 National Team Camp||Florida State|
|Tatumn Milazzo||First freshman to ever appear in every match for South Carolina (2016); 2017 All-SEC Second Team; 2018 All-Southeast Third Team; U14, U15 and U18 National Team experience||South Carolina|
|Daria Petredes||As a Freshman appeared in 13 games for USC; Redshirted 2017; Played in 18 games for USC in 2018; U18 National Team||Southern California (USC)|
|Holly Rothering||Played at Washington State University in 2016 before transferring to Seattle; 2018 Second Team All-WAC; 2019 Second Team All-WAC, WAC All-Tournament Team||Seattle University|
|Evangeline Soucie||2016 SEC All-Freshman Team, Freshman of the week; 2017 UK Team Captain; U14, U15 and U18 National Team experience; collegiate career cut short by injury, she is now an assistant coach at Kentucky||Kentucky|
|Taylor Ziemer||Two-time Gatorade California Player of the Year; Two-year starter at Virginia before transferring to Texas A&M; Started all 22 games in 2019 for Texas A&M; U18 and U19 National Team experience||Texas A&M|