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Olympic Development Program
NHSA is proud to be part of US Youth Soccer's Olympic Development Program. USYS started the program in 1977 to identify a pool of players from which US Soccer Federation can select the players for the National Youth Teams to compete in international competitions.
NHSA ODP offers teams for Girls and Boys U12 - 17 (birth years 2003 - 1998).
DATELINE: April 24, 2015
ODP training and Friendly Matches on April 24 & 25, are "ON".
NHSA has opened the fields for this weekend's Region 1 Mini-Camp. The training sessions and friendly matches scheduled for Friday and Saturday (4/24 & 25) are ON. .
Be Part of the Program
The winter training session has come to a close and NH State ODP teams have been announced.
The next opportunity to tryout for NH ODP will be in September 2015 for the 2016 season. Please check back in late spring for specific information.
If you are interested in getting more information about NH ODP,
Click here to contact Coach Jeffrey Cousineau, Director of Coaching NH ODP
DATELINE: May 1, 2014
NH Players Andrews and Hill Attend U-20 WNT Camp
FRISCO, Texas (May 1, 2014) – Twenty-seven players have been called to attend the upcoming Under-20 Women’s National Team Camp - May 11-18 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif. - in preparation for the 2014 FIFA Women’s World Cup. In addition to being called in for the camp, each athlete also shares a common thread of participation in US Youth Soccer.
The roster of 27 includes 23 players that have participated in the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program, the nation's original
player identification program that has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 30 years.
Goalkeepers (3): *Jane
Campbell (Kennesaw, Ga.), *Katelyn Rowland (Vacaville, Calif.), *Morgan Stearns
(San Antonio, Texas)
Defenders (8): *Brittany Basinger (Purcellville, Va.),
*Christina Gibbons (Raleigh, N.C.), *Laura Liedle (San Diego, Calif.), *^Karlie
Mueller (Sioux Falls, S.D.), *Katie Naughton (Elk Grove Village, Ill.), *Morgan
Reid (Cary, N.C.), ^Kaleigh Riehl (Fairfax Station, Va.), *Cari Roccaro (East
Midfielders (9): *Stephanie Amack (Pleasanton,
Calif.), *Morgan Andrews (Milford, N.H.), ^Carlyn Baldwin (Oakton, Va.),
*Joanna Boyles (Raleigh, N.C.), Cameron Castleberry (Raleigh, N.C.), *Rachel
Hill (Rollinsford, N.H.), *^Rose Lavelle (Cincinnati, Ohio), *Mallory Pugh
(Highlands Ranch, Colo.), *Andi Sullivan (Lorton, Va.)
Forwards (7): *Makenzy Doniak (Chino Hills, Calif.),
*Summer Green (Milford, Mich.), *Savannah Jordan (Fayetteville, Ga.), *^Kodi
Lavrusky (Yucaipa, Calif.), *^McKenzie Meehan (Scituate, R.I.), *Toni Payne
(Birmingham, Ala.), Margaret Purce (Silver Spring, Md.)
*US Youth Soccer ODP
^US Youth Soccer National League
DATELINE: January 19, 2014
NH Players Andrews and Hill Help U-20 WNT
Win 2014 CONCACAF Championships with 4-0 Win Over Mexico
The US U-20 WNT defeated Mexico 4-0 to earn the 2014 CONCACAF Championship, held in the Cayman Islands. NH natives Morgan Andrews (Notre Dame) and Rachel Hill (UConn) are part of the 20-player US roster. With the success at the tournament, the US U-20 WNT now qualifies for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada, later in the summer.
Click here for details.
Meanwhile, Rachel Hill is an alum of NH ODP and is featured in a US Soccer '8 things you didn't know' video. Click here to learn more about one of NH's Hometown Heroes.