Soccer STL Club, College & HS Soccer Wed, 22 Oct 2014 21:26:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Maureen McVey into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Wed, 22 Oct 2014 21:24:12 +0000
2014-06-28 MAC St Louis Senior Girls High School Soccer All-Stars match at Soccer Park

Head Coach Maureen McVey with Kaley Neiters, Alli Magaletta, Nina Simon & Natalie Sims

Athletic Director and Coach Maureen McVey has been selected as one of thirteen Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inductees for 2014. Of the female soccer coaches in the state, Coach McVey has more wins in girls’ soccer than anyone else. She reached the 500-win plateau in May 2012 when her Angels won in overtime in the Missouri Class 3 quarterfinals. Her teams have won four state titles, the most recent this past June over St Teresa Academy on Anna Martin’s goal in the second overtime period. Her teams have reached 12 final fours, and her 2002 team at St. Joe went 26-0-1 and was the presumptive U.S. champion, according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of American rankings at the end of the season. McVey also was the first woman ever inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame.

The induction ceremony will be held Thursday November 16 in a special event being held in St Charles (the Missouri Hall of Fame is located in Springfield, MO). A total of thirteen individuals and two American Legion baseball teams will be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in ceremonies at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. In addition, the Hall will name its prestigious President’s Award recipient and announce a very deserving Special Award winner. Mercy is the title sponsor of the special event.

The Enshrinement events will kick off with a 5:00 reception with the banquet and Enshrinement Ceremonies getting underway at 6:00 p.m. All festivities conclude around 9:00 p.m.

Tickets for the Enshrinement are $125 each with Tables of Ten starting at $1,250. Tickets are on sale now and available by calling (417) 889-3100. Seating is limited, so reserve yours today. All proceeds will benefit the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. For more information visit

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MCC Minute Mon, 20 Oct 2014 11:20:34 +0000 image

CCP Red Army at halftime of Home Opener

It took the early part of the week to see some clearing skies, and the MCC squads took advantage of the dry weather to compete across the area (and even in Jefferson City).

Monday the Cadets traveled to GCS Ballpark in Sauget (IL) to take on Oakville, and came up short in a 3-2 loss (goals by Sam Leach and Dominic Lombardo). Tuesday at Priory the Cadets pulled out a 1-0 win, with the goal by Trey Michler and shutout by John Huber; Saturday at Vianney the Cadets fell in a 3-2 loss, with goals from Trey Michler and Joey Dokaj.

Monday at Webster Groves was cancelled due to persistent rain. The Red Devils traveled to Oakville on Wednesday and pulled away with a 3-2 victory, on goals by Tyler Huse, Jake Pesek and Kenny Massa.  They traveled to Jefferson City on Friday to take on Rockhurst and fell in overtime 2-1, with their goal from Jack Rogers.  On Saturday they played the host school (Jefferson City) and finished with a 4-2 win, with goals from Tyler Huse, Jake Pesek (2) and Kenny Massa.

The Spartans took on the Mustangs from Marquette on Thursday and came away with a 1-0 victory, on a goal by Connor Ferguson and the shutout from Ben Yeager.  Desmet visited their Jesuit partner Saturday at SLUH and came away witha 2-1 victory, on goals by Cal Riley and Matt Yankowitz.

 The Jr. Bills headed to Parkway South on Tuesday and slid by the Patriots with a 1-0 victory on a goal by Clark Conway and shutout from Albert Reinwart.  Saturday vs. Desmet the Jr. Bills fell short in a 2-1 loss, with the goal from Elliot Boerding.

The Golden Griffins hosted neighborhood rival Lindbergh on Tuesday and dominated in a 6-0 victory, on goals by Alec Roussin, Brandon Love, Matt Schneider, Joey Delbert and Will Kopp, with the shutout recorded by Brandon Ochterbeck and Noah Hartenstein.  On Thursday Eureka came to Vianney and the Golden Griffins pulled out a 2-1 victory, with two goals from Brandon Love.  Saturday was Vianney’s final MCC league match vs. CBC and pulled out a 3-2 victory, on goals by Jack Gallo, Alec Roussin and Patrick Dolan.

The lastest rankings show the following:

1. SLUH; 2. Chaminade; 3. Vianney; 4. CBC

In the MSHSSCA rankings from 10/16:

1. SLUH; 2. Chaminade; 4; Vianney; 6. CBC

In the final week leading up to the District Tournaments:

CBC – host SLUH on Monday; travel to Desmet on Wednesday.  District play begins Tuesday, October 28.

Chaminade -District play begins this Saturday at 2PM at Chaminade (grass field).

Desmet – hosts CBC on Wednesday.  District play begins Tuesday, October 28.

SLUH – travel to CBC on Monday; host Francis Howell North on Tuesday.  District play begins this Saturday at 2PM at Chaminade (turf field)

Vianney – Tuesday at Howell Central; Thursday host Frances Howell.  District play begins Monday, October 27.

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AC Porta Via Soccer Complex Coming to Valley Park Sun, 19 Oct 2014 15:45:41 +0000 AC-porta-via-soccer-complex-rendering
Via AC Porta Via – We are proud to announce our partnership with the city of Valley Park to build a sports complex that will be the new home for AC Porta Via Soccer Club. The rendering above shows the layout of our new complex. 3 of the 6 fields will contain lighting, all fields will be irrigated, and 2 of the 6 fields will be SAND BASED HYBRID TURF (NO RUBBER PELLETS).

acportavia-logoXtraGrass is a natural grass turf reinforced with artificial fibers to give a winning formula of great natural grass playability and a surface that is much more resistant to wear. It is a network of synthetic turf fibers woven into a strong backing material and laid directly on a standard pitch base. XtraGrass is carefully in filled with a special root zone mix and sown with grass seeds. Within days, the grass seeds germinate and grow between the synthetic fibers and through the backing. This creates an incredibly strong natural grass surface which is resistant to sliding and tackles. As the grass grows, the backing material partially biodegrades, leaving more room for the roots to grow through, while still retaining a strong support structure for the grass. The synthetic fibers take some of the pressure and wear and tear off the natural grass shoots, allowing much greater usage than would be possible with a standard natural grass surface. Divots become a distant memory as the XtraGrass structure continues to hold the turf in place.

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USWNT Shutout Guatemala in CONCACAF WWCQ Sat, 18 Oct 2014 18:28:00 +0000
USWNT Scores 5 in shutout over Guatemala in WWCQ at Toyota Park

Megan Rapinoe celebrates Tobin Heath’s game-winner

The U.S. Women’s National Team moved a step closer to securing a spot in the semifinals of the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship with a 5-0 victory against Guatemala in Group A play at Toyota Park.

A resurgent USA squad scored four second-half goals. Tobin Heath led the way with two goals, while Carli Lloyd, Megan Rapinoe and center back Whitney Engen each tallied a goal. Of note was Alex Morgan re-injuring her left ankle in the 37th minute. She did not return.

The USA moves to the summit of Group A with a 2-0-0 record. Earlier in the day in Group A action, Trinidad & Tobago defeated Haiti 1-0. At 1-1-0, both Trinidad & Tobago and Haiti are fighting to also move on from group play, while Guatemala has been eliminated with a 0-2-0 record.

The U.S. wraps up Group A play against Haiti on Monday, Oct. 20, at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. (6:30 p.m. CT; FOX Sports 1). A victory or draw would guarantee the USA first place in the group and a top seed to face the Group B runner-up in the semifinals. The U.S. can also win Group A with a loss against Haiti if it retains superior goal differential. Read more at

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Meet the St Louis Soccer HOF Future Stars Sat, 18 Oct 2014 07:08:33 +0000 The St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Induction Banquet and Ceremony is tonight. The event is being held at The America’s Ballroom at the America’s Center (call Larry Donovan at 636-671-7147 to join them).

Beginning in 2008, the HOF began recognizing High School Juniors going into their Senior year for their accomplishments on the soccer field. 2 Men and 2 Ladies are chosen based on individual All-Metro honors with team accomplishments also taken into account. The Hall also talks with coaches, referees and in some cases, college recruiters.

Future Stars have gone on to college with some receiving All-American honors. 2010 recipient Alec AJ Cochran is playing for Houston Dynamos and is on the Under 23 Mens National Team and Robert Kristo, SLU stand-out forwards, is on the Hermann watch list again this year.

The Future Soccer Star Honorees for 2014 are Maddie Pokorny, Madeline Cowell, Sam Peterson and Kyle Weinrich. More details on each player can be found at the St Louis Soccer HOF website.

Kyle Weinrich St. Charles West Warriors

A four year starter for the Warriors in the center midfield, Kyle has helped lead the team to a pair of Gateway Athletic North Championships.

He has spent 10 years as a member of the Tony Glavin Soccer Club and the past two years has been part of the St Louis Lions USL Premier Development League (PDL/U23) Reserve Team with a memorable stint with the full team that includes becoming the youngest goal scorer in league history. In addition to competing for the Club’s USL Super Y squad, he was invited to the National ODP Camp (IMG Academy – Bradenton, FL) this Summer .

For school, he was recognized as the Overall Metro St Louis High School Scoring Leader (97 Points – 33 goals / 31 assists) as a junior while earning Missouri Class 2 All-State First Team and being named to the 2013 All-Metro Team. He is a Scholar Athlete the past two years at St Charles West High School. He has not made a college playing decision yet although a November decision is likely as he focuses on finishing his senior season with the Warriors.

Sam Peterson Eureka Wildcats

The Eureka Wildcats are defending District Champions, advancing to the Sectional finals (Elite 8) in 2013. En route, they defeated a pair of Top 20 nationally ranked teams and finished as the #6 Large School. Sam was recognized as Class 3 2nd Team All-State as well as the STL/SE MO Region Class 3 GK of the year and Suburban West Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

For Club with Scott Gallagher, the team were MDL Regional Runner-ups earning an 11-1-3 record and Gateway Division Championship. He allowed 2 goals in 12 games with 10 shut outs.

Madeline Cowell Duchesne H.S.

Madeline Cowell is a 4 year starter for Duchesne. She was primarily a midfield player in her first two years. She was moved to a wing back as a junior, where she still has a dangerous offensive presence.

She is the daughter of Dave and Judy Cowell, sister of Allison, Ben, and Ethan. Her father, older sister, and younger brother all play/played soccer for Duchesne.

Madeline is without a doubt our fittest player in the entire program (girls or boys). She is a very skilled player with both feet, and is always a threat on set pieces. Her switch to defense is a credit to her high skill level and knowledge of the game.

Madeline has been a key ingredient to the 2013 and 2014 State Champion Teams. In 2014 she was recognized as First Team All Conference, All Region, and All State. She will wear the captains armband in 2015 for Duchesne, a role she is more than qualified for. Madeline has committed to play soccer for Chad Edwards at Missouri Western University.

Maddie Pokorny Webster Groves H.S.


Maddie Pokorny, May 2013

After a break out season as a sophomore that saw her help lead the Webster Groves Statesmen to the District Championship game, finishing with 21 wins in 2012, Pokorny was awarded the ultimate accolade when St Joe Angel’s Head Coach Maureen McVey employed the “Pokorny defense” in the District title game. She follows Cristina Rodriguez in establishing herself as one of the most dynamic attacking players in Missouri, being recognized as a Future Star and next year, joining Rodriguez on the pitch at St Louis University.

The Statesmen have won 21, 22 and 19 games in her three seasons, reached the district championship (a group of death that includes St Joe, Nerinx and Kirkwood), won the Suburban South Conference (twice), the CYC tournament, and the Kirkwood/Webster Classic (twice), reaching new levels as a program.

Maddie is a 4 year varsity starter, junior and senior year captain, with 61 goals and 27 assists in three seasons. She was named 1st team all-metro in 2013 and 2014, 1st team all-state in 2013 and 2014 and Offensive player of the year in St. Louis region in 2014 as voted by Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association. She holds records at Webster for single season points – 64 in 2014, single season goals – 26 in 2013 and is the career goal scoring leader – 61 goals (with a senior year to come).

Her Lou Fusz Becher squad competes in the Midwest Regional League Premier 1 Division, were 2013 Semi-finalists in the Missouri State Cup while later winning the 2014 Disney Showcase title. In 2013 they were the CASL Showcase Champions. As noted earlier, she has committed to St. Louis University.

Tickets are still available for the Banquet this evening. Doors will open at 4:30 P.M. and a Sit-Down dinner will be served at 6:00 P.M. with the ceremony starting at 7:15 pm.

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Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Poll #4 Fri, 17 Oct 2014 11:30:00 +0000

Webster Groves celebrates OT win over CBC in CYC Tourney

The Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association (MSHSSCA) have released their fourth regular season poll of the season. It’s the final regular season poll, the next one will come following the Championship in November.

SLUH moved into the top spot in Class 4 in the previous poll after winning both the CBC Tournament and the CYC Guelker Tournament. While the points gap between them and Chaminade narrowed somewhat, the Jr Billikens drew all 10 of the Number 1 votes that the Coaches include in the poll (from 5 previously).

On the West side of the state, Lee’s Summit has moved into the third spot from sixth, pushing Lee’s Summit North down to fifth. Rockhurst has tumbled from fourth to tenth after going 2-3 in the past two weeks. They’ll take part in the Art Firley Shootout in Jefferson City this weekend with Chaminade. Park Hill South jumps back into the poll in the seventh spot, where they started the season in the first poll before falling out completely in the third poll.

Class 4
Rank Team Record Points Prev
1 SLUH (10) 17-3-1 80 1
2 Chaminade 18-1-1 72 2
3 Lee's Summit 12-2 58 6
4 Vianney 15-4-1 55 5
5 Lee's Summit North 13-2 41 3
6 CBC 11-6-3 40 7
7 Park Hill South 19-2 27 nr
7 Howell Central 14-3-1 27 8
9 Kickapoo 15-3 13 9
10 Rockhurst 12-6 12 4
Others Marquette 7 – Lee's Summit West 5 – Howell 2 – Oakville 1

Webster Groves remain in first and add two additional 1st place votes while going 3-1-1 the last two weeks. The Top 4 shows no change while St Dominic continue their slide from 2nd to 6th now. Smith-Cotton falls out of the Top 10 after breaking into the ranks in the second poll. They are replace by Zumwalt South who come in at #9, their first visit to the list this season.

Class 3
Rank Team Record Points Prev
1 Webster Groves (8) 14-5-1 98 1
2 Harrisonville (2) 18-1 85 2
3 Priory 13-2-2 81 3
4 Glendale 11-5-1 63 4
5 St. Mary's 10-6-1 58 7
6 St. Dominic 8-8-1 46 5
7 Parkway Central 12-5-2 33 6
8 Summit 15-6-1 30 8
9 Ft. Zumwalt South 12-5 22 12
10 Ladue 13-4-1 16 10
Others Smith-Cotton 14 – Smithville 3 – Belton 1

St Pius X (Festus) return to the top spot for the first time since the initial poll this year. They replace the Eagles of SoBoCo who had moved up in the last poll after sitting at 3 in the first two. Perryville is the big mover, moving into the Top 3 and earning a pair of 1st Place votes in the process. @DavidSTLHSS offers a nice look at the upcoming District play that will feature St Pius, Perryville and Cape Notre Dame who broke into the Top 10 in the second poll and have a lock on the #6 spot.

Class 2
Rank Team Record Points Prev
1 St. Pius (Festus) (3) 13-1-2 93 2
2 Southern Boone (5) 19-2 90 1
3 Perryville (2) 19-1 54 9
4 Duchesne 10-6-2 52 3
5 St. Pius (KC) 12-3-1 48 4
6 Cape Notre Dame 14-3-2 46 6
7 John Burroughs 5-7-2 45 8
8 Springfield Catholic 13-6 33 5
9 Lutheran South 7-9 25 7
10 Borgia 7-7-2 16 10
Others Affton 15 – O'Hara 11 – Moberly 9 – Pembroke Hill 9 – Monett 4 – St. Charles West 3 – Fatima 1 – MMA 1

Sacred Heart have clawed their way back into the top spot, given up to Barstow in the second poll. Belle has jumped into the Top 3 as voters have noticed their gaudy 12-1 record, with Laquey and Bishop LeBlond pushed out of the Top 5.

Class 1
Rank Team Record Points Prev
1 Sacred Heart (2) 12-5 29 2
2 Barstow (2) 8-8 22 1
3 Belle (2) 12-1 16 nr
4 St Paul Lutheran 10-7 11 3
4 Principia (1) 9-5 11 4
Others Laquey 9 – Bishop LeBlond 4 – Fulton School and St Albans 3 – Summit Christian 1
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Duchesne Comes Back To Defeat St Charles West Fri, 17 Oct 2014 10:46:17 +0000
Duchesne comes back to win 3-2 at District rival St Charles West

Sr Kyle Weinrich, SCW pushes forward against Duchesne

A late season match up that featured a local derby as well as Class 2 District foes, the Warriors opened well Thursday night. A foul 30 yards out near the far touch line offered a direct kick opportunity for senior Kyle Weinrich, one of five boys scheduled to be feted on Senior Night at halftime. Kyle, who is being recognized Saturday at the St Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Banquet as a “Future Star”, offered an example of the talent he has to offer by putting his kick into the top left hand corner of the net to open the scoring in the 5th minute.

On a side note, Madeline Cowell of the Duschesne Pioneers Class 1 State Championship team last Spring, is also being featured as a Future Star along with Madeline ‘Maddie’ Pokorny (Webster Groves) and Sam Peterson (Eureka).

Duchesne, recently seeded first in District 6, just ahead of the Warriors at #2, fought back as outside right Adam Pundmann offered some senior magic of his own, getting forward to finish in the 12th minute with his first goal of the season. St Charles West grabbed their second lead of the game via Logan Gonce, Weinrich’s partner in the central midfield. I was told by @StephenatKSDK who was on hand for the game, that a feature was coming on Logan.

Duchesne, as noted, fought back in the second half with a pair of goals to earn the comeback win. Goal scorers were Jimmy Choinka and Daniel Fink. Blake Goewert in goal played a key role yet again for the Pioneers. Midway through the first half he denied Weinrich a second by tipping the shot over the crossbar.

The Warriors, 2013 GAC North Champions, and new Head Coach Matt Dwyer now prepare for their opening District game against Lutheran St Charles on October 27th at 7pm. Duchesne will face North County Tech at 5pm. Lutheran St Charles is the host. Class 2 District 6

St Charles West face Ft Zumwalt East Saturday in a make up game and have Zumwalt South and Troy remaining next week, all larger schools to prepare them for the second season.

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USWNT Defeat Trinidad on Wambach Goal Thu, 16 Oct 2014 12:14:00 +0000
USWNT Open CONCACAF Qualifying with 1-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago at Sporting Park

Abby Wambach’s shot is deflected wide

The U.S. Women’s National Team earned a 1-0 victory against Trinidad & Tobago to open Group A play at the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship at Sporting Park, home of Major League Soccer’s Sporting Kansas City.

Trinidad & Tobago managed to withstand the USA’s heavy attack with plenty of defenders behind the ball, but the U.S. eventually found the back of the net when all-time leading goal scorer Abby Wambach scored her 171st international goal in the 54th minute.

After the tournament’s opening day, the USA shares first place in Group A with Haiti as both teams earned 1-0 wins. In Wednesday’s earlier match, a shorthanded Haiti side defeated Guatemala at Sporting Park as Lindsey Zullo scored the game’s only goal. Haiti goalkeeper Cynthia Chery was given a red card early in the first half.

Visit for more game details

Video highlights – USWNT vs T&T

The U.S. WNT continues Group A play in the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship against Guatemala on Friday, Oct. 17, at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois. The game kicks off at 8 p.m. CT.

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USWNT Open 2015 World Cup Qualification Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:00:00 +0000 Wambach Solo
The U.S. Women’s National Team will enter its sixth CONCACAF Women’s World Cup qualifying tournament when it goes for one of three automatic berths at the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which runs Oct. 15-26 in four cities in the United States: Chicago, Kansas City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The USA has won four of the five qualifying tournaments since 1991, falling only in the 2011 edition when U.S. WNT was upset by Mexico in the semifinal. The USA heads into the tournament with a 10-2-3 record in 2014 while scoring 48 goals and allowing 11.

SoccerSTL will be on hand for the USWNT matches in Kansas City (Wed) and Chicago (Fri) so look for photos and hopefully an interview with Becky Sauerbrunn this week. Fox Sports is broadcasting all of the games and the full schedule can be found in the Soccer on TV calendar on this site.

The USA opens its tournament on Oct. 15 against Trinidad & Tobago at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas, in a match televised on Fox Sports 2 at 7:30 p.m. CT. The USA then heads to Bridgeview, Illinois, to continue Group A play against Guatemala on Oct. 17 (8 p.m. CT on Fox Sports 1) and finishes the first round in Washington, D.C., against Haiti on Oct. 20 (6:30 p.m. CT on Fox Sports 1). Group B consists of Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Martinique (which is not a full-fledged member of FIFA and therefore cannot qualify for the CONCACAF Championship semifinals). More details on the team and the games can be found at

The folks at ESPN W take a look at the tournament with their take on the Top 5 Things to Watch as well as a video of Brandi Chastain talking about the games.

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USMNT Face Honduras Tuesday on ESPN Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:00:00 +0000 Group E Ghana v USA - World Cup 2006
The U.S. Men’s National Team, coming off a 1-1 draw against Ecuador on Oct. 10 in Landon Donovan’s final match, is set to face Honduras on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida. The game kicks off at 7 p.m. CT on ESPN. This marks the USA’s third match of a new FIFA World Cup cycle looking toward Russia 2018. St Louis native Tim Ream, who played the final 28 minutes in the match against Ecuador at center back, remains with the team for the game.

What: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Honduras
Where: FAU Stadium; Boca Raton, Florida
When: Oct. 14, 2014, 7:00 pm CT
How to Watch: ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMas

USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has made six roster changes following the U.S. MNT’s 1-1 draw against Ecuador on Friday, Oct. 10; they include 2014 FIFA World Cup participants Matt Besler, Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, Jermaine Jones and Graham Zusi. Goalkeeper Sean Johnson also joins the U.S. roster. John Brooks, Landon Donovan, Luis Gil, Omar Gonzalez, Brad Guzan and Joe Gyau returned to their respective clubs.

With Clint Dempsey joining the U.S. MNT roster against Honduras, he is now the active all-time leader in goals (39; second all-time. Donovan has 57), points (93; second all-time) and tied in assists (13; tied with DaMarcus Beasley for eighth all-time).

The USA’s most recent match against Honduras came in the semifinals of the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup, a 3-1 victory on July 24 in front of 81,410 spectators at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Landon Donovan scored two goals to lead the way for the U.S., while Nick Rimando made three saves for his fifth victory of the year, becoming the fifth U.S. MNT goalkeeper to earn at least five wins in a calendar year.

Read more detailed notes on the game at

U.S. Men’s National Team By Position
GOALKEEPERS (3): Bill Hamid (D.C. United), Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)
DEFENDERS (6): Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), Timmy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt), Greg Garza (Club Tijuana), Michael Orozco (Puebla), Tim Ream (Bolton Wanderers), DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle Sounders FC)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Alejandro Bedoya (Nantes), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), Joe Corona (Club Tijuana), Mix Diskerud (Rosenborg), Jermaine Jones (New England Revolution), Alfredo Morales (Ingolstadt), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City)
FORWARDS (5): Jozy Altidore (Sunderland), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders FC), Miguel Ibarra (Minnesota United FC), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes), Bobby Wood (1860 Munich)

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