Sixteen elite girls players born in 2000 represented an id² team at the 2015 Nike National Training Camp powered by ECNL and id², July 28-31.
This was the third 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 squad played a pair of games against select teams:
This represented the final programming element targeting girls born in 2000. The final id² programming event targeting boys born in 2001 was the id² National Selection International Tour, held Feb. 28-March 10 in Argentina.
Held concurrently with the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), the combined event features top female players from the 1997-2000 age groups.
|Chai Cortez||Appeared in nine games as a freshman (2018); started in 19 games as asophomore (2019); U14, U16-U18 US National Team experience||Oregon|
|Kaya Frazier||U16 US National Team experience||-|
|Danielle Hansen||Appeared in one game as a freshman (2018); played in seven games as asophomore (2019); US Youth National Team experience||Washington|
|Rebecca Jarrett||2018 Top Drawer Soccer Best XI Freshman Team, ACC All-Freshman Team,Third Team All-Region; U14, U16 and U18 US National Team experience||Virginia|
|Aza Keohan||2017 Massachussetts Gatorade Player of the Year nominee; has played two seasons at Princeton; U14 and U16 US National Team experience||Princeton|
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|Madison Murphy||Appeared in two games as a freshman for BC; started in two games as a sophmore; U14-U16 US National Team experience||Boston College|
|Jenna Nighswonger||2019 ACC All-Freshman Team, Top Drawer Soccer Best XI Freshman Second Team; U14, U16-U20 and U23 US National Team experience||Florida State|
|Sarah Piper||Appeared in 19 of 20 games for Duke as a freshman (2019); U14, U16 and U18 US National Team experience||Duke|
|MacKenzie Pluck||Appeared in all 17 games as a freshman at Duke (2018); started in 18 of 20 games as a sophomore (2019); 2019 ACC Offensive Player of the Week; U14 and U16 US National Team experience||Duke|
|Amanda Rapaduski||Appeared in 18 matches for Butler in 2018 before transferring to Omaha||University of Omaha|
|Venicia Juarez||Appeared in 16 games for Princeton as a freshman (2018); played in 12 games as a sophomore (2019); U17 and U20 Mexico National Team experience||Princeton|
|Kailey Smith||Appeared in seven matches as a freshman (2018); played in 19 games as a sophomore, starting 11 (2019); US Youth National team experience||Texas|
|Haleigh Stackpole||Started all 22 matches as a freshman (2018); 2018 SEC All-Freshman Team; started in all 20 matches as a sophomore, missing only 3 minutes all season; US Youth National Team experience||Ole Miss|
|Jordan Taylor||Started all 20 games as a freshman, 2018 SWAC Freshman of the Year, All-SWAC First Team||Howard University|
|Jillian Wachira||Appeared in 15 games as a freshman, Ivy League Rookie of the Week; played in eight games as a sophomore; U14-U16 US National Team experience||Harvard|