• Sunday Oct 30, 2016

    U.S. U17s take 22-player squad to Jamaica

    Joshua Sargent (white jersey) was called up to the USA under-17 national team for three games in Jamaica next month. (Photo courtesy of St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club)


    CHICAGO – United States under-17 national team head coach John Hackworth named a 22-player for a three-game tour of Jamaica.

    The Americans will face their counterparts from the host nation on November 2 and November 6 at the National Stadium East Field and Winchester Park, respectively. Between those two encounters, they will also play a friendly against the Arnett Gardens U-20 team on November 4 at Jamaica College. 

    The selection is highlighted by the inclusion of forward Joshua Sargent, who scored one goal in each of two wins over visiting Costa Rica on October 22 (3-1) and October 24 (3-0).




    GOALKEEPERS: Carlos Joaquim Dos Santos (Benfica/Portugal), Justin Garces (Kendall SC)

    DEFENDERS: Ethan Bartlow (Crossfire Premier), Christopher Gloster (New York Red Bulls), Jaylin Lindsey (Sporting Kansas City), Rayshaun McGann (Philadelphia Union), Carlo Ritaccio ( BW Gottschee), James Sands (New York City FC) Arturo Vasquez (FC Golden State), Chandler Vaughn (D.C. United)

    MIDFIELDERS: George Acosta (Weston FC), Isaac Angking (New England Revolution), Christopher Durkin (D.C. United), Blaine Ferri (Solar Chelsea SC), Christopher Goslin (Atlanta United), Adrian Villegas (Portland Timbers)


    FORWARDS: Ayomide Akinola (Toronto FC/Canada), Andrew Carleton (Atlanta United), Zyen Jones (Atlanta United), Bryan Reynolds Jr. (FC Dallas), Joshua Sargent (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri), Tonny Temple (IMG Academy)

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