In a single month, the U.S. indoor girls’s nationwide crew will participate within the Indoor World Cup, which is being performed in South Africa beginning the primary week of February.
At this time, head coach Jun Kentwell picked a crew which can be brief on worldwide indoor expertise, however are a gaggle of gamers that are acquainted with one another.
Begin with three gamers who’re all on the identical college, Emmaus (Pa.). Annika Herbine, Abby Burnett, and Melea Weber had been answerable for 120 targets for the Inexperienced Hornets final fall.
Look additionally for Annie McDonogh of the College of Virginia to make an affect on this U.S. aspect, in addition to Boston Faculty’s Sarah Johnson, Duke’s Hannah Miller, Ohio State’s Elizabeth Tamburro, and former Massachusetts goalie Samantha Carlino.
However a few the youthful gamers to be careful for in the course of the match are Opal Sparling, a ninth-grader from Pottstown Hill Faculty (Pa.), and eighth-grader Reese D’Ariano. Given Kentwell’s eye for choosing out youthful gamers and being prepared to pick them (reminiscent of Erin Matson), these two must be attention-grabbing to observe.