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    CanWNT go young again


    Duane Rollins

    John Herdman has named his roster for two upcoming friendlies in Europe. In continuing a recent trend, the team is quite young, with 14 players younger than 23 and six teenagers. That includes a 15 year old.

    Only three women on the roster have clear memories of the 1990s. 

    Here is the roster:

    GK Stephanie Labbé, age 30, from Edmonton, AB/ Washington Spirit (NWSL)
    GK Sabrina D'Angelo, age 23, from Welland, ON/ North Carolina Courage (NWSL)
    GK Kailen Sheridan, age 21, from Whitby, ON/ Sky Blue FC (NWSL)
    FB Lindsay Agnew, age 21, from Kingston, ON/ Washington Spirit (NWSL)
    FB Allysha Chapman, age 28, from Courtice, ON/ Boston Breakers (NWSL)
    FB Ashley Lawrence, age 21, from Caledon, ON/ Paris St-Germain FC
    FB Marie Levasseur, age 19, from Stoneham, QC/ University of Memphis (NCAA)
    CB Hannah Taylor, age 17, from Edmonds, WA/ Eastside FC
    CB Kadeisha Buchanan, age 21, from Brampton, ON/ FCF Olympique Lyonnais
    CB Shelina Zadorsky, age 24, from London, ON/ Washington Spirit (NWSL)
    M Jessie Fleming, age 19, from London, ON/ UCLA (NCAA)
    M Rebecca Quinn, age 21, from Toronto, ON/ Duke University (NCAA)
    M Sophie Schmidt, age 28, from Abbotsford, BC/ FFC Frankfurt (Bundesliga)
    M Desiree Scott, age 29, from Winnipeg, MB/ FC Kansas City (NWSL)
    M Gabrielle Carle, age 18, from Lévis, QC/ CS Lévis-Est & Québec Soccer REX
    M Sarah Stratigakis, age 18, from Woodbridge, ON/ Aurora United FC (League1 Ontario)
    F Jordyn Huitema, age 15, from Chilliwack, BC/ Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX 
    F Nichelle Prince, age 22, from Ajax, ON/ Houston Dash (NWSL)
    F Deanne Rose, age 18, from Alliston, ON/ Scarborough GS United
    F Adriana Leon, age 24, from King City, ON/ Boston Breakers (NWSL)
    F Janine Beckie, age 22, from Highlands Ranch, CO/ Houston Dash (NWSL)
    F Christine Sinclair, age 33, from Burnaby, BC/ Portland Thorns FC (NWSL)

    Canada will play Sweden April 6 and Germany April 9.

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