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2014 Nike National Training Camp

Sixteen elite girls players born in 1999 represented the id² National Selection team at the 2014 Nike National Training Camp powered by ECNL and id², July 31-Aug. 3.

This was the second year of the National Selection programming element for the girls id² Program with the event returning to the prestigious Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. The id² National Selection team played a pair of games against older select teams from the region:

  • Friday, Aug. 1: id² National Selection 1, Oregon Select 1
  • Sunday, Aug. 3: id² National Selection 3, Washington Select 2

The players hail from nine different states, and were selected based on their performances in id² Training Camps and other competition events in 2013. The players incurred no costs to participate in the camp, as all costs including airfare, lodging, meals and training gear were covered by US Club Soccer and Nike.

At the camp, the players participated in a combination of training sessions, competitions and off-the-field presentations, and U.S. Soccer staff scouted players for potential inclusion in National Team programming.

This represented the final programming element targeting girls born in 1999. The final id² programming event targeting boys born in 2000 was the id² National Selection International Tour, held Feb. 27-March 10 throughout Italy.

Held concurrently with the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), the combined event features top female players from the 1996-99 age groups.

Olympic Development Program status applies to all id² Program events.

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Name Accolades College/Pro Club
Kerry Abello Three-time NSCAA All-American; 2018 Third Team All-Big Ten, Big Ten Player of the Week; Youth National Team, U18 and U19 US National Team experience Penn State
Juliet Allen Recorded a .800 save percentage as a freshman (2017); U14 US National Camp experience Columbia
Rachael Dorwart Two-time NSCAA All-American; 2016 Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year; started sevengames for UNC as a freshman; Youth National Team, U18 and U19 US National Team experience North Carolina
Kai Henderson Appeared in 14 games for Cal as a freshman (2017); appeared in 15 games (10 starts) as a sophomore; U15 and U17 US National Team experience California
Paige Franks Played two seasons at Tennessee before transferring to VCU; played in all 18 games as a junior atVCU; U17 US National Team experience VCU
Laurel Ivory 2017 Freshman Best XI at UVA, started all 23 matches as a freshman; U17 and U20 National Team experience; U17 US World Cup Qualifying Golden Glove Winner, Best XI Team Virginia
Emily Knous Two-time club National Champion with Legends FC; 2018 Pac-12 All-Freshman team; 2018 TopDrawer Soccer Second team Best XI Arizona
Kori Locksley Medical redshirted her freshman year at AU (2017); named to Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week in 2019 Auburn
Catarina Macario All-American, MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist as a freshman (2017); 2018 All-American, Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Year, MAC Hermann Trophy Winner, ESPNW Player of the Year; 2019 All-American, Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Year, ESPNW Player of the Year, MAC Hermann Trophy Winner; Two-time NCAA National Champion; U14, U15 and U23 US National Team experience Stanford
Alyssa Malonson Started all 20 matches as a freshman at Auburn; 2017 All-SEC Freshman Team; 2018 Second TeamAll-SEC; 2019 SEC Preseason Watch List; U23 US National Team experience Auburn
Brynn Miller Played one season at Ohio State University; 2018 OSU Scholar-Athlete Ohio State
Casey Palmer Redshirted her freshman season (2017); appeared in 11 matches as a sophomore. UC Davis
Kiara Pickett 2017 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team; 2018 Second Team All-Pac-12; 2019 First Team All-Pac-12,All-America Third Team; two-time NCAA National Champion, U-20 and full US National Team experience Stanford
Jackie Schaefer Started 20 of 21 matches as a freshman (2017), SEC All-Freshman Team; 2018 SEC Preseason WatchList; stopped playing after a career-ending concussion. South Carolina
Emma Thomson Played at Penn State before transferring to Alabama; appeared in 18 games for Alabama in 2018; U14, U15 and U17 US National Team experience Alabama
Kelsey Turnbow 2017 First Team All-West Region, WCC Freshman of the Year, First Team All-WCC, WCC All-FreshmanTeam; U14, U15, U17-U20 US National Team experience Santa Clara