• Tuesday Feb 11, 2014

    El Salvador women to open camp Wednesday

    Daniela Espinoza (#6), who played in the 2013 CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship, was called into the El Salvador women's national team camp that will take place February 12-14, 2014. (Photo: Mexsport)

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador -- The El Salvador women’s national team will open a camp on Wednesday as the squad prepares for 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifying in Central America.

    Head coach Giovanni Trigueros has called in 26 players and will conduct two training sessions per day through Friday.

    For Germany 2011, the Salvadorans split their two qualifiers, defeating Belize (9-0) and falling to Guatemala (2-1).


    (Training Camp: February 12-14, 2014) 

    GOALKEEPERS:  Erika Patricia Andrade Tobar, Wendy Xiomara Gomez, Ingrid Yamilet Gutierrez Orantes, Marcela Ordoñez

    DEFENDERS:  Bianca Elizabeth Aguilar, Sofia Vicenza Alfaro, Tania Paola Bolainez Rivas, Sandra Elizabeth Cortez Maravilla, Daniela Guadalupe Espinoza Bernal, Elaily Hernandez-Repreza, Karla Abigail Molina Velado, Norma Beatriz Portillo, Nelly Raquel Ramirez Alas, Ingrid Cristina Ramos Ortiz, Yessica Ivonne Recinos Ventura, Teresa Marisol Rosales, Jackelin Michelle Velezquez Argueta

    MIDFIELDERS:  Marisa Elizabeth Antonio Gonzalez, Brenda Damaris Ceren Delgado, Alejandra Evangelina Herrera, Katerine Lisbeth Herrera Rodriguez, Karen Elizabeth Landaverde, Sandra Tamacas 

    FORWARDS:  Jennifer Ariana Gomez Luna, Francisca del Carmen Gonzalez, Joseline Stefania Rivas Lopez

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