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Vote Now for 2014 Save and Goal of the Year



Vote now for 2014 Save and Goal of the Year

Voting period will be open Jan. 5-12
National winners to be named Jan. 16 at US Youth Soccer Awards Gala
@USYouthSoccer, live announcement of national winners (#USYSAwards)

FRISCO, Texas (January 5, 2015) — After receiving numerous worthy submissions, US Youth Soccer has narrowed the field down to five Goal of the Year and five Save of the Year official nominees. The soccer community now has the chance to determine the 2014 winners in each category through an online voting process at beginning on Jan. 5 and ending on Jan. 12 at 12 p.m. CT.

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The nomination process was open to any US Youth Soccer player in the Under-6 through Under-19 age groups. After the online voting is closed, the Goal and Save of the Year Awards will be announced at the US Youth Soccer Awards Gala, held in conjunction with the US Youth Soccer Workshop at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.

2014 Top 5 Save of the Year Nominees

Name Age Club Hometown
Kyler Kelsey Under-19 Boys Concorde Fire Cummings, Ga.
Sami Skibell Under-13 Girls Sporting Blue Valley Overland Park, Kan.
Robert Soto Under-18 Boys Santa Barbara SC Santa Barbara, Calif.
Kaitlyn Sachs Under-17 Girls CDA Slammers Anaheim, Calif.
Emberly Sevilla Under-16 Girls LV Premier Henderson, Nev.

2014 Top 5 Goal of the Year Nominees

Name Age Club Hometown
Olivier Merlin Zhang Under-13 Boys Concorde Fire Decatur, Ga.
Bryce Kaminski Under-18 Boys West Coast FC San Clemente, Calif.
Mauro Cichero Under-18 Boys Celtic Green Norman, Okla.
Jesus Granados Under-16 Boys FC Golden State Balwin Park, Calif.
Charlie Mancini Under-15 Boys VA Rush Norfolk, Va.

For more information about attending the 2015 US Youth Soccer Workshop at the NSCAA Convention, held in Philadelphia, Jan. 14-18, 2015, please visit