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2012 ODP Boys NCAA Interregional All-Stars Selected

December 13, 2012 03:21 PM

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Vestavia Hills, Ala. (Dec. 13, 2012) — The annual US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) Boys NCAA Interregional wrapped up play on Sunday at Sicard Hollow Athletic Complex in Vestavia Hills, Ala. The three-day event featured nearly 150 of the top players from the 1995 and 1996 age groups.
The players who were chosen as top performers in each group can be found below*.
1995 All-Stars
Region I:
  Peter Pearson (F)
  Vincent Barone (M)
Region II:
  Raymond Saari (M)
  Jack Griffith (M)
  Luther Jacobs (F)
Region III:
  Justin Savinon (GK)
  Wes Carson (M)
  William Woody (M)
Region IV:
  Matthew Coffey (F)
  Alejandro Diaz (M) 
  Kouri Nago (M)
1996 All-Stars
Region I:
  Will Eskay (F)
  Daniel Vicente (M)
  Pat Berneski (D)
Region II:
  Andrija Novakovich (F)
  Ben Trosker (M)
  Spiro Plakios (D)
  James Hague (GK)
Region III:
  Mario Ciocca (D)
  Bradley Farias (F)
  Daniel Kierath (M)
Region IV:
  Khalil Kirksey (F)
  Luis Vargas (M)
  Lucas Janetos (M)
*GK= Goalkeeper, D= Defender, M= Midfielder, F= Forward
Continuing its tradition of elite competition and player development, youth from the nation's top player identification program, US Youth Soccer ODP, train and compete in front of national staff and collegiate coaches to maximize their exposure for selection to the next level of play. The 2012 US Youth Soccer ODP Boys NCAA Interregional included players in the 2013-2015 graduation classes.
US Youth Soccer ODP, the nation's original player identification program, has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 30 years, and is the only development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer and the Men’s and Women’s National Teams. To learn more, visit
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