• Sunday Nov 10, 2013

    TSG announces CWU17 Best XI

    MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – The Technical Study Group at the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship has announced the tournament’s Best 11.

    The selection contains seven players from runner-up Canada, three from the United States and one from champion Mexico.

    Here’s a look at the team:

    2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship

    Best XI

    Goalkeeper:  Rylee Foster (Canada)

    Right Back:  Elisabeth Jean (USA)

    Center Back:  Vanessa Flores (Mexico)

    Center Back:  Bianca St. Georges (Canada)

    Left Back:  Rachel Jones (Canada)

    Right Midfield:  Marie Levasseur (Canada)

    Center Midfield:  Jessie Fleming (Canada)

    Center Midfield:  Marley Canales (USA)

    Left Midfield:  Marie-Mychele Metivier (Canada)

    Forward:  Zoe Redei (USA)

    Forward:  Emily Borgmann (Canada) 

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