• Wednesday Jan 22, 2014

    Mexico U17 women gather for camp

    Vanessa Flores (#3) was one of 26 players called into the Mexico under-17 women's national team camp that opened on January 21, 2014. (Photo: Mexsport)

    MEXICO CITY -- The Mexico under-17 women's national team opened its first camp of the year on Tuesday with 26 players.

    Head coach Leonardo Cuellar brought together a majority of the side that overcame Canada on penalty kicks in the final of the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship, while also calling in some new prospects.

    The team is preparing for the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, which will be held in Costa Rica, March 15 – April 4.  It will face Colombia, China and Nigeria in Group D.

     MEXICO UNDER-17 WOMEN TRAINING CAMP ROSTER

    GOALKEEPERS:  Miriam Aguirre, Emily Alvarado, Angelica Vazquez Cisneros

    DEFENDERS:  Victoria Arbizu, Rebeca Bernal, Vanessa Flores, Alma Martínez, Miriam Garcia, Monica Rodriguez, Arlett Tovar, Jessica Moreno

    MIDFIELDERS:  Belen Cruz, Eva Gonzalez, Janae Gonzalez, Dorian Monserrat Hernandez, Cinthia Huerta, Kimberly Rodríguez, Natalia Villarreal, Rubi Villegas Aguilar

    FORWARDS:  Katty Maryinez Abad, Jacqueline Crowther, Zaira Fortis Rios, Jaquelin Garcia, Daniela Garcia Arce, Briana Woodall, Alejandra Zaragoza

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