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Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_CONCACAF_Women's_U-20_Championship

Schedule   http://www.concacaf.com/category/under-20s-women/schedule-results

Canada Soccer Roster: CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship Trinidad & Tobago 2018 (Alphabetical with Year of Birth, Club and Hometown)

  1. Teni Akindoju, 2001, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX / Soccer Nova Scotia REX Program / Dunbrack Soccer Club, Halifax, NS
  2. Maya Antoine, 2001, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX / Vaughan Soccer Club (League1 Ontario), Vaughan, ON
  3. Tanya Boychuk, 2000, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer Rex, Burnaby, BC / FC Edmonton Girls REX, Edmonton, AB
  4. Gabrielle Carle, 1998, Florida State University (NCAA), Lévis, QC
  5. Ashley Cathro, 2000, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX, Victoria, BC
  6. Malikae Dayes, 1999, University of Maryland, Brampton, ON
  7. Jessica De Filippo, 2001, Quebec REX / Lakeshore SC, Saint-Lazare, QC
  8. Shana Flynn, 2000, Unionville-Milliken SC (League1 Ontario), Brampton, ON
  9. Rylee Foster, 1998, West Virginia University (NCAA), Cambridge, ON (GK)
  10. Julia Grosso, 2000, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX, Vancouver, BC
  11. Jordyn Huitema, 2001, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX, Chilliwack, BC
  12. Nadège L’Espérance, 1999, University of Louisville (NCAA), Candiac, QC
  13. Jessica Lisi, 1998, University of Memphis (NCAA), Woodbridge, ON
  14. Lysianne Proulx, 1999, Syracuse University (NCAA), Boucherville, QC (GK)
  15. Emma Regan, 2000, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX, Burnaby, BC
  16. Jayde Riviere, 2001, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX / Markham Soccer Club, Pickering, ON
  17. Caitlin Shaw, 2001, Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite BC Soccer REX, Coquitlam, BC
  18. Sarah Stratigakis, 1999, University of Michigan (NCAA), Woodbridge, ON
  19. Hannah Taylor, 1999, University of Oregon (NCAA), Edmonds, WA
  20. Ariel Young, 2001, Ottawa Fury, Ottawa, ON

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{ 1 ]    Canada Soccer Link  https://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-names-roster-for-concacaf-women-s-u-20-championship-in-trinidad-and-tobago-p161335

[ 2 ] I like Tanya Boychuk.  She was Alberta's leading scorer in the 2017 Canada Summer Games Winnipeg  and  apparently  she's a skilled diver ( but not that kind ) :

QUOTE  :  Tanya has also committed much of herself to becoming a provincially and nationally ranked diver. She earned a gold medal at the 2015 Canadian National Diving Championship, two bronze medals at the 2015 Pan American Games in Cuba, and 12 gold medals at various provincial events.

QUOTE:   Although Tanya qualified for both sports, the Games’ diving and soccer competitions are scheduled during the same week, forcing Tanya to choose between the two. She chose soccer.

https://albertasoccer.com/meet-the-team-canada-summer-games-2/

[ 3 ]  I'm curious to see how Jessica De Filippo does. She looked good in the 2016  L1O All Star game playing for Quebec U18-F  and  was  the tournament's top scorer in the 2017 Canada Summer Games Winnipeg.

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Costa Rica capitalize on a Hannah Taylor error . Costa Rica 1  - 0 Canada   28'

Last season in the NCAA , Hannah  Taylor only made 1 appearance ( 26 min total ,August 2017 )  for the  University of Oregon.

http://goducks.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=7912

http://goducks.com/cumestats.aspx?path=wsoc#individual

 

 

Edited by tc-in-bc
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Canada has looked great in the midfield with some nice passes and turns. Unfortunately, they have been unable to capitalize on any of their possession and chances (albeit they may have scored on a corner, but no VAR).

Taylor's first touch has been awful. Besides the goal, she also stumbled two other times leading to chances.

I'm confident that Canada will get one back in the second half.

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HT  Costa Rica 1 - 0  Canada

The slow pitch benefits Costa Rica and neutralizes some of Canada's pace: Riviere, Flynn, Huitema

Costa Rica  back with numbers and getting some joy on the counter.

The Costa Rica keeper  has spilled the ball twice and Canada couldn't capitalize.

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Wow. Great run by Regan and she wins a penalty kick.

Stratigakis' kick is saved but she scores on the rebound. However, the assistant called it back for offside (somehow)!!!

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Just now, sloth8 said:

Wow. Great run Regan and she wins a penalty kick.

Stratigakis' kick is saved but she scores on the rebound. However, the assistant called it back for offside (somehow)!!!

Assistant ref got it wrong. Not sure why that was ruled out.

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Great performance by team Canada.  Some players that stood out to me were Flynn and Grosso.  Huitema and Stratigakis put in great shifts as usual.  Looking forward to the next game, the future is bright.

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[ 1  ]   2018  CONCACAF  Women's U20 Championship Trinidad & Tobago .

 Canada  vs Trinidad & Tobago              Saturday , January  20,  2018      2:30  pm  PT,    5:30  pm ET

CONCACAF  livestream on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJM0Ev39zYI

 

[ 2 ]   Two Canadians on Trinidad & Tobago's team:

- Alexis Kirton , year one defender, University of Ontario Institute of Technology,OUA,U-Sports/  Unionville Milliken SC, L1O

- Alexis Fortune , midfielder, Berkshire School , Sheffield,MA

Alexis Fortune got a write up:  

http://ttfootball.org/2018/01/04/fortune-relishing-chance-to-face-canada-at-u-20-championship/

 

[ 3 ]  Jamaica ( not in Canada's group)  has five Canadians on their team:

- Yazmeen Jamieson, second year keeper Carleton University, OUA,U-Sports

-Jayda Pelaia-Hylton, freshman defender East Carolina University, NCAA div 1/ Woodbridge Strikers L1O

-Alyssa Julien , freshman midfielder  Eastern Kentucky University , NCAA div 1 / Toronto Azurri Blizzard ,L1O

-Emily Caza,, freshman defender, Seton Hall University, NCAA div 1/ Aurora FC  L1O ( 2016)

- Ebony Clarke, midfielder,  RC Palmer HS, Richmond BC

Ebony Clarke ( sister of Jade and Summer ) got a write up:

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sports/canada-based-ebony-clarke-relishing-jamaican-experience_105239?profile=1511

 

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There are quite a few Whitecaps' academy folk in the squad this time around.  Two years ago, I think there was one, maybe two.

Also, what's the head coach from the 2016 team, Danny Worthington, up to lately?

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7 hours ago, BearcatSA said:

There are quite a few Whitecaps' academy folk in the squad this time around.  Two years ago, I think there was one, maybe two.

Also, what's the head coach from the 2016 team, Danny Worthington, up to lately?

Part of this is that they're funnelling most of the top pre-college players to Vancouver. 

https://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-s-excel-program-expands-with-opening-of-vancouver-super-rex-centre-p161036&language=en

So some of the Whitecaps players on this roster only moved there this past summer. 

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Gets the coffee and doughnuts from Tim's for the meetings?    Hahaha. Hilarious.

If that's the case ,maybe he ( Worthington ) gets to move over to the men's program with John Herdman.

 

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10 hours ago, tc-in-bc said:

[ 1  ]   2018  CONCACAF  Women's U20 Championship Trinidad & Tobago .

 Canada  vs Trinidad & Tobago              Saturday , January  20,  2018      2:30  pm  PT,    5:30  pm ET

CONCACAF  livestream on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJM0Ev39zYI

 

[ 2 ]   Two Canadians on Trinidad & Tobago's team:

- Alexis Kirton , year one defender, University of Ontario Institute of Technology,OUA,U-Sports/  Unionville Milliken SC, L1O

- Alexis Fortune , midfielder, Berkshire School , Sheffield,MA

Alexis Fortune got a write up:  

http://ttfootball.org/2018/01/04/fortune-relishing-chance-to-face-canada-at-u-20-championship/

 

[ 3 ]  Jamaica ( not in Canada's group)  has five Canadians on their team:

- Yazmeen Jamieson, second year keeper Carleton University, OUA,U-Sports

-Jayda Pelaia-Hylton, freshman defender East Carolina University, NCAA div 1/ Woodbridge Strikers L1O

-Alyssa Julien , freshman midfielder  Eastern Kentucky University , NCAA div 1 / Toronto Azurri Blizzard ,L1O

-Emily Caza,, freshman defender, Seton Hall University, NCAA div 1/ Aurora FC  L1O ( 2016)

- Ebony Clarke, midfielder,  RC Palmer HS, Richmond BC

Ebony Clarke ( sister of Jade and Summer ) got a write up:

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sports/canada-based-ebony-clarke-relishing-jamaican-experience_105239?profile=1511

 

And I thought that we relied on dual nationals! What is with all the CanCon on Jamaica? If they have so many Canadian duals then why don't they have Americans?

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11 minutes ago, Jith12 said:

And I thought that we relied on dual nationals! What is with all the CanCon on Jamaica? If they have so many Canadian duals then why don't they have Americans?

They do have Americans - Sydney Schneider, Erin Mikalsen, Jadyn Matthews, Shayla Smart, Madiya Harriott, Giselle Washington, Mireya Grey, Jazmin Grant (and there's probably more I'm tired of searching) all at the very least play/ed for US club teams. 

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2 hours ago, carolynduthie said:

Part of this is that they're funnelling most of the top pre-college players to Vancouver. 

https://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-s-excel-program-expands-with-opening-of-vancouver-super-rex-centre-p161036&language=en

So some of the Whitecaps players on this roster only moved there this past summer. 

That's what I thought, judging from the hometowns of the players.    Thanks for the info.

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^ I counted 11 Americans on Jamaica U20.  In addition , in their  tournament opener ( a loss to Mexico )  Jamaica  started  nine Americans, 1 Canadian ( Emily Caza ) ,and 1 native Jamaican.Then  their three subs were one of each nationality  -- the Canadian sub  was  Ebony Clarke .

http://www.concacaf.com/category/under-20s-women/game-detail/422595

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