PORTLAND, Ore. | Fifteen players have been named to the 2018 id2 National Selection girls roster ahead of the ECNL/id2 National Training Camp taking place July 24-28 at the University of Portland in Oregon.
This marks the sixth year US Club Soccer has hosted a National Selection programming element for the girls side, and alumnae of those teams are rapidly advancing through the collegiate and youth professional ranks.
Of the 15 id2 participants, nine were born in 2004, while the other six were born in 2003. Fifteen different clubs from 12 states are represented.
These girls will be competing alongside about 80 other players born in 2003-05 from the ECNL portion of the training camp. Together, they’ll play with and against the best athletes in the country, take in off-the-field presentations, learn from the nation’s top youth coaches and watch a Women’s International Champions Cup match between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City. All costs – including airfare, lodging, meals and training gear – are covered by US Club Soccer and Nike for the id2 competitors.
The camp is sanctioned as an Olympic Development Program by U.S. Soccer and the U.S. Olympic Committee. Players from all over the country were considered for invitations, regardless of U.S. Soccer affiliation or lack thereof.
|Name||Accolades||Graduation Year/College Commitment|
|Pia Beaulieu||Plays for FC Prime||2021|
|Jordan Brown||US Youth National Team experience; plays for Heat FC||2022|
|Lilliah Blum||Plays for FC Wisconsin Eclipse||2023|
|Taylor Brennan||Plays for PDA||2022|
|Jill Flammia||US Youth National Team experience; plays for Richmond United||2022|
|Tianna Hill||Plays for North Carolina Fusion||2021|
|Avery Kalitta||Plays for Michigan Hawks; intends to play at Michigan in 2021||Michigan (2021)|
|Raine Komata||US Youth National Team experience; plays for Hawaii Rush||2022|
|Alayna Lynchard||Plays for Maryland United FC||2021|
|Molly Martin||High-school All-American; US Youth National Team experience; plays for FC Stars; intends to play at Penn State in 2021||Penn State (2021)|
|Briana Sayoc||US Youth National Team experience; plays for East Meadow SC; intends to play at Tennessee in 2021||Tennessee (2021)|
|Zoe Vidaurre||Plays for Bethesda SC; intends to play at Ohio State in 2021||Ohio State (2021)|
|Dolce Villaflor||Plays for Surf SC Hawaii||2022|
|Jordan Yang||Plays for BRYC Elite; intends to play Division I in college||2022|
|Kathleen Zailski||Plays for USA Mount Pleasant||2022|
A National Association member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, US Club Soccer fosters the growth and development of soccer clubs in order to create the best possible environment for players of all ages.
Anchored by Players First and its five pillars of Club Development, Coaching Development, Player Development, Parent Engagement & Education and Player Health & Safety, US Club Soccer offers registration, league- and cup-based competition platforms, player identification and a variety of other programming, resources and services.
US Club Soccer is sponsored by Nike and supported by LaLiga through a technical partnership.