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PA West ODP Player Sierra Dupre Named To United States U16 Women's National Team Roster For UEFA Friendship Tournament

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PA West ODP player Sierra Dupre has been named to the United States U16 National Team that is heading to the UEFA Friendship Tournament in Turkey.

The Upper St. Clair native currently plays for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, but previously suited up for Upper St. Clair, Peters Township, Connellsville and Beadling.

Here is the official roster heading to Turkey for the UEFA Friendship Tournament.

 

 

The U.S. under-16 women’s national team will play Turkey, Vietnam and Botswana April 11-16 in the UEFA Friendship Tournament at the Turkish federation’s national training center in Riva. The tournament will be its first after two domestic camps.


U.S. Roster:
Goalkeepers (2): Josie Biehl (San Diego Surf), Evan O’Steen (Solar SC).
Defenders (7): Pearl Cecil (San Diego Surf), Sierra Dupre (Pittsburgh Riverhounds), Cali O’Neill (North Carolina Courage), Marlee Raymond (United Futbol Academy), Sydney Schmidt (Jacksonville FC), Vienna Whipple (Crossfire Premier), London Young (Solar SC).
Midfielders (6): Scottie Antonucci (Legends FC), Reese Canada (Michigan Hawks), Addison Feldman (Utah Celtic), Rylie Morse (Cincinnati United), Jaiden Rodriguez (San Diego Surf), Charlee Siria (Ohio Elite Soccer Academy).
Forwards (5): Ashlyn Anderson (Indy Premier), Jordan Hill (Solar SC), Micayla Johnson (Michigan Hawks), Ella Kral (Lamorinda SC), Peyton Marinos (So Cal Blues).

• U.S. U-20 women’s trip: The U.S. U-20 women wrapped up their trip to Germany with a 3-1 win over Canada thanks to goals by Taylor Suarez, Jordynn Dudley and Shae O’Rourke. They tied Germany 0-0 in their first match played in Verl.

 
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