2024 U-21 Junior Women's National Team Selection Camp Athletes Announced

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Field Hockey is pleased to announce the athletes selected to attend the U-21 Junior Women's National Team Selection Camp. These athletes were selected through their performance at the 2023 U-21 Junior and Senior Nexus Championship, presented by Osaka Hockey. All current U.S. Women’s National Team athletes that remain eligible for U-21 competition in 2024 have been included in this group.  

“The U-21 Junior Nexus division that ran simultaneous to the Senior Nexus Championship provided an opportunity for athletes in the Olympic Development Pathway to compete alongside each other in an outstanding and professional environment," said Liz Sanders, USA Field Hockey’s Director of Nexus. "This overlap created some of the best field hockey the country has seen in many years in Virginia Beach and the competitive U-21 Junior National Camp invitations is a marker of that."

"The Junior High Performance Team looks forward to the U-21 Junior Women's National Team Selection Camp in 2024 and the chance to build on the outstanding successes of the current U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team."

 The U-21 Junior Women's National Team Selection Camp will take place in January 2024, with specific timings and location to be determined.  

There will be select athletes that competed in the Senior Nexus Championship and are older than U-21 eligible that will be contacted directly by David Passmore, U.S. Women's National Team Head Coach, for further evaluation and consideration.  

Congratulations to the following athletes that will attend the 2024U-21 Junior Women's National Team Selection Camp:  

Mia Abello (Houston, Texas), Lucy Adams (Andover, Mass.), Catherine Arentz (Sinking Spring, Pa.), Zella Belinda Bailey (Virginia Beach, Va.), Madison Beach (Northbrook, Ill.), Olivia Bent-Cole (Philadelphia, Pa.), Isabella Bianco (Berlin, N.J.), Paige Bitting (Hummelstown, Pa.), Piper Borz (Baltimore, Md.), Maci Bradford (Delmar, Del.), Charlotte Bruder (Malvern, Pa.), Abigail Burnett (Zionsville, Pa.), Ava Cickavage (Moorestown, N.J.), Mia Clark (San Diego, Calif.), Milaw Clause (Stroudsburg, Pa.), Emma Clements (Fredericksburg, Va.), Tamera Cookman (Durham, N.H.), Tasmin Cookman (Durham, N.H.), Jans Croon (Chapel Hill, N.C.), Erika Culp (Birdsboro, Pa.), Lauren DeRose (Collegeville, Pa.), Tyler Everslage (Louisville, Ky.), AJ Eyre (Glenwood, Md.), Anastasia Franco (Chicago, Ill.), Ella Gaitan (Belvidere, N.J.), Hope Haynes (Katy, Texas), Ryleigh Heck (Ocean City, N.J.), Brynna Hill (Romansville, Pa.), Greta Hinke (Mequon, Wisc.), Josie Hollamon (Delmar, Del.), Madelyn Kidd (Hillsborough, N.J.), Hailey King (Houston, Texas), Smilla Klas (Del Mar, Calif.), Alyssa Klebasko (Odenton, Md.), Ella Kokinis (Owings Mills, Md.), Maggie Kondrath (Downingtown, Pa.), Anne Marie Krebs (Louisville, Ky.), Natalie Machiran (Ellicott City, Md.), Lauren Masters (Pittstown, N.J.), Megan Mauzy (Fisherville, Ky.), Natalie McKenna (Northport, N.Y.), Daniela Mendez-Trendler (Reistertown, Md.), Dru Moffett (Townsend, Del.), Ava Moore (Southampton, N.J.), Ericka Morris-Adams (College Park, Md.), Mia Karine Myklebust (Los Gatos, Calif.), Katherine Nemec (Darien, Conn.), Eva Nemeth (Malvern, Pa.), Nadia Nemeth (Malvern, Pa.), Maddie Olshemski (Shavertown, Pa.), Madison Orsi (Downingtown, Pa.), Polly Parson-Hills (New Canaan, Conn.), Esther Pottebaum (St. Albans, Mo.), Emma Ramsey (Summit, N.J.), Kelsey Reviello (Colonial Beach, Va.), Hope Rose (Dauphin, Pa.), Mia Schoenbeck (Lagrange, Ky.), Hala Silverstein (Glenwood, Md.), Elizabeth Smith (Houston, Texas), Kelly Smith (Downingtown, Pa.), Emily Stafford (Arlington, Va.), Macy Szukics (Malvern, Pa.), Ellie Todd (Wellesley, Mass.), Kylie Walbert (Leesburg, Va.), Kylie Wall (Hummelstown, Pa.), Emma Watchilla (Kingston, Pa.), Gia Whalen (Paoli, Pa.), Rachael Whitehead (Hockessin, Del.), Katie Wimmer (Windham, N.H.)