• Monday Feb 08, 2016

    Final 20-Player Rosters Announced for CWOQ 2016

    Tournament kicks off in Dallas on February 10

    Miami (Monday, February 8, 2016) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) made public today the official rosters for the eight Participating Member Associations in the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Texas 2016, to be played from February 10-21, in Dallas and Houston, TX, USA.

    The CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Texas 2016 will qualify two teams directly to the 2016 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament. 

    Toyota Stadium in Dallas will host all Group A matches, while BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston will host all Group B matches, the semifinals and the final. 

    The Championship will be televised across the region, including coverage on NBC Sports in English and Telemundo in Spanish, in the United States. For the exact schedule of matches to be broadcast, please check your local listings. 

    CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship Texas 2016 Final 20-Player Rosters
    *Listed in alphabetical order

    CANADA
    GK (3) –  Sabrina D'Angelo (Western New York Flash /USA); Stephanie Labbe (Washington Spirit /USA); Erin McLeod (Unattached);

    DF (5) – Josée Belanger (Orlando Pride /USA); Kadeisha Buchanan (West Virginia University/USA); Allysha Chapman (Houston Dash /USA); Rhian Wilkinson (Unattached); Shelina Zadorsky (Washington Spirit/USA);

    MF (6) – Jessie Fleming (London Nor'West SC/CAN); Ashley Lawrence (West Virginia University/USA); Diana Matheson (Washington Spirit /USA); Rebecca Quinn (Duke University/USA); Sophie Schmidt (FFC Frankfurt/GER); Desiree Scott (Unattached);

    FW (6) – Janine Beckie (Houston Dash /USA); Gabrielle Carle (Dynamo de Québec/CAN); Nichelle Prince (Ohio State University/USA); Deanne Rose (Scarborough GS United/CAN); Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns FC /USA); Melissa Tancredi (Unattached);

    COSTA RICA
    GK (3) – Dinnia Díaz (Moravia/CRC); Yuliana Salas (Moravia/CRC); Yalitza Sánchez (UCEM/CRC)

    DF (7) – Mariana Benavides (Moravia/CRC); Daniela Cruz (Estrella Roja /SRB); Gaby Guillén (Saprissa FF/CRC); Lixy Rodríguez (Santa Teresa CD/ESP); Diana Sáenz (University of South Florida/USA); Carol Sánchez (Moravia/CRC); Fabiola Sánchez (Martin Methodist College/USA);

    MF (5) – Wendy Acosta (UD Granadilla/ESP); Katherine Alvarado (Saprissa FF/CRC); Shirley Cruz (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA); Cristin Granados (Moravia/CRC); Gloriana Villalobos (Saprissa FF/CRC);

    FW (5) – María Fernanda Barrantes (Moravia/CRC); Melissa Herrera (Moravia/CRC); Raquel Rodríguez (Sky Blue FC/USA); Carolina Venegas (Madrid FF/ESP); Karla Villalobos (Moravia/CRC);

    GUATEMALA
    GK (3) – Yoselin Franco (UNIFUT/GUA); Alicia Navas (Jutiapanecas/GUA); Natalie Schaps (Pares/GUA);  

    DF (6) – Gloria Aguilar (UNIFUT/GUA); Londy Barrios (Xelaju/GUA); Didra Martinez (Xelaju/GUA); Kellin Mayen (UNIFUT/GUA); Coralia Monterroso (University of New Brunswick/CAN); Christian Recinos (Grand Canyon University/USA); 

    MF (5) – Daniela Andrade (Unattached); Alida Argueta (Xelaju/GUA); Fabiola Gonzalez (Xelaju/GUA); Andrea Rabanales (UNIFUT/GUA); Marilyn Rivera (UNIFUT/GUA);

    FW (6) – Diana Barrera (ACF Torino USA/USA); Celeste Gatica (UNIFUT/GUA); Vivian Herrera (UNIFUT/GUA); Waleska Ixcuna (Quiche/GUA); Ana Lucia Martinez  Martinez (Rayo Vallecano Femenino/ESP); Jennifer Muñoz (Martin Methodist College/USA);

    GUYANA
    GK (3) – Derienne Busby (University of Evansville/USA); Ruth George (Lil Diva's FC/GUY); Chante Sandiford (UMF Selfoss/ISL);  

    DF (8) – Briana DeSouza (Durham United FC/CAN); Kayla DeSouza (Durham United FC/CAN); Julia Gonsalves (University of Toronto/CAN); Kailey Leila (Unattached); Kelly Pelz-Butler (Unattached);
    Leah-Marie Ramalho (Toronto Rangers SC/CAN); Justine Rodrigues (Unattached); Bria Williams (Vaughan SC/CAN); 

    MF (7) – Dana Marie Bally (York University /CAN); Mariam El-Masri (GS United/CAN); Olivia Gonsalves (University of Toronto/CAN); Alison Heydorn (Ann Arbor United SC/USA); Brittany Persaud (Unattached); Ashley Rodrigues (Tampa Bay Hellenic/USA); Ashlee Savona (Unattached);

    FW (2) – Otesha Charles (Unattached); Calaigh Copland (Woodbridge Strikers SC/CAN); 

    MEXICO
    GK (3) – Esthefanny Barreras (Eastern Florida State College/USA); Bianca Henninger (Houston Dash/USA); Cecilia Santiago (Apollon Limassol/CYP);  

    DF (7) – Greta Espinoza (Oregon State University/USA); Janelly Farias (Unattached); Monica Flores (University of Notre Dame/USA); Alina Garciamendez (Unattached); Annia Mejia (University of California/USA); Valeria Miranda (UNAM/MEX); Arianna Romero (Washington Spirit/USA);

    MF (5) – Karla Nieto (Leonas Morelos/MEX); Teresa Noyola (Tottenham Hotspur East Bay/USA); Monica Ocampo (Unattached); Veronica Perez (Canberra United/AUS); Nayeli Rangel (Unattached);

    FW (5) – Maribel Dominguez (Unattached); Katlyn Johnson (University of Southern California/USA); Desiree Monsivais (BIIK Kazygurt/KAZ); Tanya Samarzich (University of KentuckyUSA); Paloma Zermeño (City College of San Francisco/USA); 

    PUERTO RICO
    GK (3) – Maria Guerrero (High Performance/PUR); Karly Gustafson (Winthrop University/USA); Sandra Rolon (Romano FC/PUR);  

    DF (5) – Adriana Font (Challenegers FC/PUR); Kelley Johnson (Unattached); Ashley Rivera (Romano FC/PUR); Delyaliz Rosario (Romano FC/PUR); Mirianee Zaragoza (Aguilas de Añasco/PUR);

    MF (9) – Victoria Barris (Quickstrike FC/USA); Alejandra Carrion (Gurabo FC/PUR); Stephanie Colon (Unattached); Viviana Fiol (Unattached); Annie Lee Mendez (Bayamon FC/PUR); Selimar Pagan (Bayamon FC/PUR); Noelia Reyes (Bayamon FC/PUR); Nicole Rodriguez (Durham/ENG); Laura Suarez (Romano FC/PUR);

    FW (3) – Angela Diaz (Caribbean Stars/PUR); Ashley Johnson (Unattached); Karina Socarras (Bayamon FC/PUR);

    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
    GK (3) – Shalette Alexander (Wiley College/USA); Saundra Baron (Unattached); Kimika Forbes (Unattached);

    DF (5) – Danielle Blair (GS United/CAN); Jenelle Cunningham (Real Dimension/TRI); Liana Hinds (University of Connecticut/USA); Arin King (GS United/CAN); Anastasia Prescott (Unattached);

    MF (10) – Maylee Attin-Johnson (Central FC/TRI); Kennya Cordner (Unattached); Khadidra Debesette (West Texas A&M University/USA); Karyn Forbes (West Texas A&M University/USA); Janine Francois (Real Dimension/TRI); Naomi Guerra (St Augustine Secondary/TRI); Ahkeela Mollon (La brea Amgels/TRI); Tasha St Louis (St Ann's FC/TRI); Victoria Swift (Navarro College/USA); Kayla Taylor (Wiley College/USA);

    FW (2) – Jo Marie Lewis (St Ann's FC/TRI); Mariah Shade (US Rouvroy/FRA);

    USA
    GK (3) – Ashlyn Harris (Orlando Pride/USA); Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars/USA); Hope Solo (Seattle Reign FC/USA);  

    DF (7) – Jaelene Hinkle (Western New York Flash/USA); Julie Johnston (Chicago Red Stars/USA); Meghan Klingenberg (Portland Thorns FC/USA); Ali Krieger (Washington Spirit/USA); Kelley O'Hara (Sky Blue FC/USA); Becky Sauerbrunn (FC Kansas City/USA); Emily Sonnett (Portland Thorns FC/USA);

    MF (5) – Morgan Brian (Houston Dash/USA); Tobin Heath (Portland Thorns FC/USA); Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC/USA); Carli Lloyd (Houston Dash/USA); Samantha Mewis (Western New York Flash/USA);

    FW (5) – Crystal Dunn (Washington Spirit/USA); Stephanie McCaffrey (Boston Breakers/USA); Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride/USA); Christen Press (Chicago Red Stars/USA); Mallory Pugh (Real Colorado/USA)

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