All-Stars announced from the US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Super Group Winter Interregional
January 19, 2010 09:00 PM
US Youth Soccer announces the All-Star Teams from the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) Boys Super Group 1993 and 1994 Winter Interregional at Disney Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. Dec. 27-30, 2009. The 18-man roster for the 1993 and 1994 All-Star Teams were selected based on their outstanding performance during the annual interregional event.
The event brings together the four US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Regional Teams in the Under-15 and Under-16 age groups for competition and player development. The event also creates an excellent opportunity for the nation's top colleges to preview the future of their respective programs. Games were held in conjunction with the Disney Soccer Showcase, also held at Disney Wide World of Sports.
U.S. Soccer recently announced the class of players to enter the spring 2010 residency program at the IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla. Eight participants from this year's 1994 Winter Interregional were selected to the spring residency roster, including five named to the All-Star Team.
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2009 Boys 1993 Winter Interregional All-Stars
Region I Hometown Club
Luis Rendon Chesterfield, Va. Magic
Jay Marchand   North Andover, Mass. Inter SC
Eric Bird   Virginia Beach, Va. Fire
John Richards Vinland, N.J. Spirit United
Kyler Sullivan Stafford, Va. Arlington Venom
Nick Besler Overland Park, Kan. Not Provided
Luis Ramero Louisville, Ky. Not Provided
Mason Hoge Mason, Ohio Not Provided
Ameer Pinto Omaha, Neb. Not Provided
Andrew Tarbell Mandeville, La. Mandeville SC
Adam Stroup   Macon, Ga. Alpharetta FC
Seth Williams Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville FC
Jeff Torda   Colleyville, Texas DFW Tejanos
Alex Burnikel Greer, S.C. CESA
Steve Palacios Vancouver, Wash. Santos
Ricardo Velazco   Tucson, Ariz. TSA
Alfredo Rodriguez Chula Vista, Calif. Aztecs
Matt Polster Las Vegas Downtown LVSC
Maikon Orellana La Puente, Calif. West Coast FC
2009 Boys 1994 Winter Interregional All-Stars
Region I   Hometown Club
Daniel Bedoya East Elmhurst, N.Y. Bayside SC
Darius Madison* Philadelphia, Penn. Philly Soccer
Fraser Donovan   Dix Hills, N.Y. Dix Hills
Christopher Thorsheim Manalapan, N.J. Toms River Elite
Chandler Burnham Rockport, Mass. New England Aztecs
John Lujano McPherson, Kan. Not Provided
Wesley Schrock   Paducah, Ky. Not Provided
Gabriel Christianson Cedar Rapids, Iowa Not Provided
Holden Fender* Marietta, Ga. NASA
Edvaldo Pedro Dallas, Texas Texas Longhorns
Raymundo Marquez Plant City, Fla. Fusion FC
Landon Foster   Franklin, Tenn. Brentwood SC
Brian Gutierrez   Las Vegas, Nev. Players Club
Mikhail Doholis* Vancouver, Wash. Eastside FC
Sagar Jambusaria* San Clemente, Calif. West Coast FC
Ruben Duran Las Vegas, Nev. LV Premier
John McBean   Newport Beach, Calif. Slammers FC
Wade Hamilton*   Murrieta, Calif. Arsenal
* Selected to the spring 2010 U.S. Soccer Residency Program
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