CanW20 camp begins in Rose City

Camp is under way for the squad, as they close in on this summer’s U-20 Women’s World Cup. The session began April 1st and runs until the 11th with 20 players on hand.

There are no new faces on the roster, as all of the players have called to previous camps. GK Marie-Jöelle Vandal has returned for her second camp, after taking part in national activity for the first time ever earlier this year when the U-20s got together in Burnaby.

Nichelle Prince / Photo by Canada Soccer

Nichelle Prince / Photo by Canada Soccer

Rebecca Quinn, Ashley Lawrence and Nichelle Prince all have senior squad experience. Quinn recently suited up for Canada at the 2014 Cyprus Cup to earn her first cap. Lawrence and Prince both saw playing time in 2013.

Roster:
GK- Taylor Bucklin | USA / University of Michigan
GK- Kailen Sheridan | USA / Clemson University
GK- Marie-Jöelle Vandal | CAN / CS Lanaudière-Centre
D- Jordane Carvery | CAN / Glen Shields
D- Jade Kovacevic |
D-Natasha Tcheki-Jamgochian | CAN / Lakeshore U-18
D- Rebecca Quinn | CAN / Duke University
D- Lindsay Agnew | USA / The Ohio State University
D- Victoria Pickett | CAN / Glen Shields
M- Ashley Campbell | USA / University of Dayton
M- Kylie Davis | USA / University of Memphis
M- Ashley Lawrence | USA / West Virginia University
M- Emma Fletcher | USA / Louisiana State University
M- Vanessa Gregoire | CAN / Lakeshore
M- Kinley McNicoll | USA / University of Wisconsin
M- Katie Kraeutner | USA / University of Nebraska at Lincoln
F- Amandine Pierre-Louis | USA / West Virginia University
F- Nichelle Prince | USA / The Ohio State University
F- Valerie Sanderson | USA / University of Memphis

Head coach: Andrew Olivieri

Canada’s first match of the U-20 Women’s World Cup is on August 5th, when they face Ghana at BMO Field in Toronto.


About the author:
Sandra Prusina is a journalist and broadcaster based out of Calgary, Canada. She has covered women’s soccer since 2010. She’s also a segment reporter for Olympic Broadcast Services, traveling to Vancouver, London and Sochi to work for the host broadcaster.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “CanW20 camp begins in Rose City

  1. They’ve been pretty consistent in the players called in, which makes me wonder if it’s going to be difficult inserting any U17s into the mix. I see that Summer has come and gone again.

    • I’m trying to find out if the college semester might be having an impact.

      I think Sura Yekka, Jessie Fleming and Kadeisha Buchanan are givens for August’s roster though.

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