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  • Whitecaps Prospect Wins Canadian U-17 Player of the Year Award


    Not too many fans out there are going to recognize the name Bryce Alderson, but maybe we should all start taking notice.

    He's followed a very similar path as previous winner and fellow Whitecaps Prospect Russel Teibert by making the cross country trip from Ontario to B.C. to continue his development.


    Alderson grew up playing in Kitchener Ontario. He captained his Provincial Squad and the National U-17 Squad over the last couple seasons, and had a very strong showing with the Whitecaps Youth Team (PDL) while on tour of Mexico this fall.

    As he only joined the club in September, after the PDL regular season had concluded, it's impossible for me to truly attest to his skills and head for the game. With that being said his C.V. speaks for it's self.

    Alderson had played previously for Portugal F.C. where he was a member of their U-21 Reserve Squad. Portugal FC compete in the Third Tier of Canadian Soccer, The CSL or Canadian Soccer League.

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