TeamGA Represented at First US Soccer Men's YNT Summit

 
 

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ATLANTA, Georgia (Jan. 12, 2018) - US Soccer has just concluded the first Men’s Youth National Team (YNT) Summit Camp in Lakewood Ranch, FL. The Summit Camp, which took place from Jan. 2 – 11, comprised of the 153 players named to the U16, U17, U18, U19, and U20 rosters of the Youth National Team and was under the leadership of Tab Ramos, the US Soccer Youth Technical Director. Georgia Soccer and the TeamGA family was proud to be represented by 6 players amongst those called up to Summit Camp. Each of these players developed within member youth clubs of Georgia Soccer and participated in the Georgia Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP).

 

U20 Youth National Team

Andrew Carleton

Hometown: Powder Springs, GA

Position: Midfielder

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: United Futbol Academy (UFA), Southern Soccer Academy (SSA)

 

Chris Goslin

Hometown: Locust Grove, GA

Position: Midfielder

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: United Futbol Academy (UFA)

 

Juan Pablo Torres

Hometown: Lilburn, GA

Position: Midfielder

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: Concorde Fire, Gwinnett Soccer Academy (GSA), Steamers FC

 

U19 Youth National Team

Charlie Asensio

Hometown: Roswell, GA

Position: Defender

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA)

 

Zyen Jones

Hometown: Clarkston, GA

Position: Forward

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: Alpharetta Ambush, Kalonji Soccer Academy (KSA)

 

U17 Youth National Team

George Bello

Hometown: Douglasville, GA

Position: Defender

Current Club: Atlanta United FC

Georgia Soccer Club: Alpharetta Ambush, Southern Soccer Academy (SSA)

 

The camp featured matches between the US squads and local clubs and is part of a program-wide effort to develop world class players, coaches, and staff by focusing on the integration between each of these groups throughout the summit.

 

Tab Ramos, US Soccer Youth Technical Director: “I am looking forward to building on the success our Youth National Teams had over the last two cycles (2014-2015 and 2016-2017). This first ever Men’s YNT Summit Camp provides all of our teams the opportunity to team build and to continue the development of our style of play in one location together.”

 

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