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Posted on 31 March 2006 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's next U-20 Women's team are off to Chilliwack, BC for an eight day training camp. Head coach, Bryan Rosenfeld, today released the names of 18 players that have been invited to the camp.
This is the first U-18 camp for 2006, said head coach Bryan Rosenfeld, and I am looking forward to see how some of the new players we have invited perform in this environment.
The camp will also provide an opportunity for Ian Bridge to access the present form of his younger and future U-20 players. More
Posted on 12 February 2004 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-17 Development Team head coach Bryan Rosenfeld announced his 18-player roster for a training camp in Vancouver, BC from February 16th 22nd, 2004.
The training camp will provide experience to the players as they hope to join the Women's Under-19 Team in the future.
In addition to the demanding training schedule, the squad will play three exhibition games against local teams. More
Posted on 27 November 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-19 Team Head Coach Ian Bridge announced his 18-player roster for an eight day training camp in Vancouver, British Columbia from November 28th December 4th, 2003.
"This camp will be a chance to bring the players together after quite a long break from National team duty, stated Bridge. The last time most of this group was together was at the Pan Am Games in early August. The World Cup players who are still young enough for this team, and the US based college players still involved in play-offs have not been called for this camp. This opens the door for some new players to perform; or for perhaps some players who were looked at earlier in the year to make their mark with the team again." More
Posted on 16 July 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's (U-19) Women's Development Team were defeated 2-1 by Germany on Tuesday, July 15th in Gifhorn, Germany.
Germany was first on the scoreboard when Karoline Thomas beat Canadian goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe in the 14th minute. Germany increased their lead with a goal by Shelley Thompson in the 20th minute.
Lisa Collison of Niagara Falls who scored Canada's only goal in the last game against Hamburg SV on Sunday once again scored Canada's only goal on a penalty kick in the 31st minute. More
Posted on 13 July 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's (U-19) Women's Development Team were defeated 6-1 by Hamburg SV on Sunday, July 13th in Barsinghausen, Germany.
Canada's only goal was scored by Lisa Collison of Nigara Falls, Ontario in the 25th minute. Three minutes later, Hamburg scored to tie and continued with two more unanswered goals in the first half to lead 3-1 at the half.
Hamburg continued in the second half with three more goals to defeat Canada 6-1. More
Posted on 9 July 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's (U-19) Women's Development Team was defeated 7-1 by the Italian National Women's A' team on Tuesday, July 8 in Rome, Italy.
Italy scored five unanswered goals in the first half. Italian captain Rita Guarino opened the scoring in the 10th minute and scored again in the 27th minute. Tatiana Zorri scored Italy's second goal on a penalty shot in the 15th minute and also scored a second in the 44th minute. Italy's other goal of the first half was scored by Chiara Gazzoli in the 33rd minute. More
Posted on 3 July 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's (U-19) Women's Team Head Coach Ian Bridge announced his 19-player roster that will travel to Europe to play four games including a friendly against Italy and two friendlies against Germany.
The team will arrive in Rome, Italy on July 5th and play a friendly against Italy on July 8th before leaving for Barsinghausen, Germany on July 10th. The team will play their next game against Hamburg SV on Sunday, July 13th and two friendlies against Germany on Tuesday, July 15th and Thursday, July 17th before returning on Friday, July 18th. More
Posted on 30 May 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-19 Development Team were defeated 3-1 by Japan on Thursday, May 29th at the adidas cup in Houston Texas, USA
Canadian forward Josee Belanger opened the scoring in the 18th minute beating Japanese goal keeper Yuki Saita. Canada's lead didn't last long as Japan's Asuka Kubota equalized the score in the 23rd minute followed by forward Mizuki Yoshida who scored on Canadian goal keeper Stephanie Labbe twice in the 33rd and 35th minutes. More
Posted on 28 May 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-19 Development Team suffered a 6-1 loss against their American counterparts on Wednesday evening at Meyer Park in Houston Texas, USA.
American forward Bristyn Davis scored four of six goals for the United States before Canadian Forward Katie Thorlakson of Langley, BC tallied Canada's only goal in the 60th minute which slipped through USA keeper Laura Comeau's hands seconds after she took the field as substitute for keeper Ashlyn Harris. More
Posted on 23 May 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's (U-19) Women's Team Head Coach Ian Bridge announced his 20-player roster for the adidas Cup in Houston, Texas from May 24th June 1st, 2003.
The roster includes three Women's World Cup Team players who recently played in a two game series defeating England twice 4-0: Kara Lang of Oakville, ON, Brittany Timko of Coquitlam, BC, and Veronique Maranda of Saint-Lambert, QC who earned her first two caps in the series with the senior team. More
Posted on 26 March 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-19 Development Team Head Coach Ian Bridge announced his 18-player roster for a training camp in Notre Dame, Indiana USA from March 29 April 6, 2003. Canada is scheduled to play three exhibition matches against Michigan, Nebraska, and Notre Dame and one international friendly against Mexico.
This camp in South Bend will continue the team's progress that we began in Oregon a month ago. Several new players have been added to the roster for the camp and that is always exciting for a coach, and motivating for the players, said Bridge. We will continue to focus on our aggressive and attacking playing style, and our team's defensive shape which was excellent in Oregon. More
Posted on 20 February 2003 in Women's U-18 Team
Ottawa, Ontario Canada's Women's Under-19 Team Head Coach Ian Bridge announced his 17-player roster for a nine day training camp in Eugene, Oregon, USA from February 22 March 2nd, 2003. Canada is scheduled to play three games during the camp before returning on March 2nd.
All players selected must be born on or after January 1, 1983 to be eligible for the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championships. Four players from last summers U-19 Team which earned silver in Edmonton will participate in the camp: Robyn Gayle of Mississauga, Ontario, Kara Lang of Oakville, Ontario, Katie Thorlakson of Langley, British Columbia, and Caroline Vaillancourt of Charlesbourg, Quebec. More
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