筆記:青訓計劃 Under-17 Residency Program

美國足協U-17青訓計劃目的及原由﹝Under-17 Residency Program

Started in 1999, the U.S. Soccer Under-17 Residency Program has become a symbol of U.S. Soccer’s dedication to increasing the development opportunities for players and the success of the Youth National Teams.

With the recent successes of the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team, the full-time Residency Program has doubled in the number of players from 20 to 40, adding 10 additional players in both the fall semester of 2002 and 2003. U.S. Soccer has been able to increase the number of players enrolled in the program to provide greater opportunities for young players and increase its investment in player development.

The 40 U.S. players live on campus at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., and train daily under the guidance of Hackworth and assistant coaches Keith Fulk, Raul Diaz Arce, Tim Mulqueen and Brian Maisonneuve. In the afternoon, the players attend classes at nearby Edison Academy.

"We've seen over the years how the program has helped produce talented players, a number of which have gone on to the professional ranks and climbed the ladder in the men’s programs, moving on to the U-20, U-23 and even full Men’s National Team," said Hackworth. “Those type of accomplishments demonstrate the positive direction of the program and are the goals we will continue to strive for as we move forward.”

With 40 players now in residency, the program is able to field two full teams who will train together during the week, and get the chance to compete against colleges, professional club teams and international youth teams on the weekends. While in the full-time residency program, the U.S. not only trains daily under Hackworth, but also has access to the IMG Academy’s spacious facilities. The team regularly uses IMG’s state-of-the-art strength-training facilities, as well as some of the nation’s best sports psychologists that work at the Academy. The IMG Academy includes top-of-the-line soccer equipment, three Bermuda grass fields, an indoor dome with artificial turf, two swimming pools, newly renovated student housing and dining facilities.

Since its inception, 170 players have been through the Full-Time Residency Program, and more than 40 of those players have moved on to Major League Soccer, or the professional leagues in Europe. Twelve players have also registered at least one cap with the full MNT: Freddy Adu, DaMarcus Beasley, Michael Bradley, Bobby Convey, Landon Donovan, Eddie Gaven, Eddie Johnson, Chad Marshall, Oguchi Onyewu, Heath Pearce, Santino Quaranta and Jonathan Spector. Beasley and Donovan both started in the 2002 FIFA World Cup as 20-year-olds, and were joined by Convey, Onyewu and Johnson in 2006.

“The residency program gives our elite players the opportunity to train in a professional environment and to develop in a way they would not otherwise be able to develop,” said U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Bruce Arena. “I think that increasing the size of the program is extremely important, and it allows us to look at more players over a wider range of ages. I think that in the future you will continue to see the positive results of this program on the soccer field.”

The first full-time U.S. Soccer Residency Program began on January 17, 1999 with the U.S. Under -17 Men’s National Team, when U.S. Soccer collected the top 20 of the country’s elite youth players to train year-round at IMG Academy.

In its first year of existence, the U.S. Soccer residency program produced instant success as the Under-17s qualified for the FIFA Under-17 World Championship in New Zealand in 2001. On the world stage, the American teenagers rose to the occasion, winning their group and advancing to the semifinals before being ousted in a penalty shootout. The fourth-place finish tied for the best showing by a U.S. Men's Youth National Team in a major international competition. On top of that, U.S. stars Donovan and Beasley were awarded the Gold and Silver Balls, respectively, as the top two players in the entire tournament.

A semester-by-semester listing of the players involved with U.S. Soccer’s Full-Time Residency Program:

Spring 1999 (20 players):
Nelson Akwari*, DaMarcus Beasley*, Kyle Beckerman*, Danny Bolin, Filippo Chillemi, Jordan Cila*, Bobby Convey*, D.J. Countess*, Steve Cronin*, Kenny Cutler*, Landon Donovan*, Adolfo Gregorio*, Bryan Jackson*, Kellen Kalso*, Greg Martin*, Oguchi Onyewu*, Raul Rivera, Matt Roberts, Seth Trembly*, Alexander Yi*

Fall 1999 (20 players):
Nelson Akwari*, DaMarcus Beasley*, Kyle Beckerman*, Jordan Cila*, Bobby Convey*, D.J. Countess*, Steve Cronin*, Kenny Cutler*, Justin Detter, Landon Donovan*, Adolfo Gregorio*, Bryan Jackson*, Kellen Kalso*, Greg Martin*, Oguchi Onyewu*, Abe Thompson*, Seth Trembly*, Peter Withers, Alexander Yi*

Spring 2000 (18 players):
Craig Capano*, David Chun*, Daniel Fiore, Gray Griffin*, Jordan Harvey*, Ed Johnson*, Paul Johnson*, Chris Lancos*, Justin Mapp*, Heath Pearce, Santino Quaranta*, Zachary Riffett, Marco Rodriguez, Mario Rodriguez, Adam Schuerman*, Chefik Simo*, Jordan Stone*, Josh Villalobos

Fall 2000 (18 players):
Craig Capano*, David Chun*, Hunter Freeman, Gray Griffin*, Jordan Harvey*, David Johnson*, Ed Johnson*, Paul Johnson*, Chris Lancos*, Mike Magee, Justin Mapp*, Chad Marshall*, Heath Pearce, Santino Quaranta*, Adam Schuerman*, Chefik Simo*, Jordan Stone*, Josh Villalobos, Tyson Wahl*, Ford Williams*

Spring 2001 (20 players):
Craig Capano*, David Chun*, Hunter Freeman, Gray Griffin*, Jordan Harvey*, David Johnson*, Ed Johnson*, Paul Johnson*, Chris Lancos*, Justin Mapp*, Chad Marshall*, Mike Magee*, Heath Pearce, Santino Quaranta*, Adam Schuerman*, Chefik Simo*, Jordan Stone*, Josh Villalobos, Tyson Wahl*, Ford Williams*

Fall 2001 (18 players):
Corey Ashe*, Craig Capano*, John DiRaimondo*, Erik Forbes, Eddie Gaven*, Guillermo Gonzalez*, Gray Griffin*, Michael Harrington*, Chris Lancos*, Mike Magee*, Justin Mapp*, Phil Marfuggi*, Tomiwa Ogunsola, Brandon Owens*, Adam Schuerman*, Jordan Stone*, Josh Villalobos, Eric Vogl

Spring 2002 (20 players):
Freddy Adu*, Corey Ashe*, Nicolas Colaluca, John DiRaimondo*, Eddie Gaven*, Jose Gomez, Guillermo Gonzalez*, Brian Grazier*, Adam Hahn, Michael Harrington*, Drew Harrison, Kyle Helton*, Cameron Lewis, Phil Marfuggi*, Brandon McDonald, Tomiwa Ogunsola, Brandon Owens*, Jonathan Spector*, Eric Vogl, Chase Wileman

Fall 2002 (30 players):
Freddy Adu*, Corey Ashe*, Michael Bradley, Adrian Chevannes*, Steve Curfman*, John DiRaimondo*, Eddie Gaven*, Chris Germani*, Brian Grazier*, Jose Gomez, Guillermo Gonzalez*, Michael Harrington*, Drew Harrison, Kyle Helton*, Rodrigo Hidalgo, Christian Jimenez, Phil Marfuggi*, Brian Mascarenhas, Tomiwa Ogunsola, Brandon Oot, Brandon Owens*, Jacob Peterson*, Marcus Rein, Robbie Rogers, Stephen Sandbo*, Jonathan Spector*, Daniel Szetela*, Julian Valentin*, Eric Vogl, Tim Ward, Jamie Watson*, Chase Wileman

Spring 2003 (30 players):
Freddy Adu*, Corey Ashe*, Michael Bradley, Adrian Chevannes*, Steve Curfman*, John DiRaimondo*, Eddie Gaven*, Chris Germani*, Jose Gomez, Guillermo Gonzalez*, Brian Grazier*, Michael Harrington*, Drew Harrison, Kyle Helton*, Christian Jimenez, Phil Marfuggi*, Brian Mascarenhas, Tomiwa Ogunsola, Brandon Oot, Brandon Owens*, Jacob Peterson*, Marcus Rein, Stephen Sandbo*, Jonathan Spector*, Daniel Szetela*, Julian Valentin*, Eric Vogl, Tim Ward, Jamie Watson*, Chase Wileman

Fall 2003 (40 players): Freddy Adu*, Kevin Alston*, Tony Ampaipitakwong, Eric Avila, Fernando Ayala, Michael Bradley, Michael Dalpra, Richard Edgar, Gabriel Farfan*, Michael Farfan*, Greg Folk, Jordan Graye, Jeremy Hall*, Jesse Henderson, Rodrigo Hidalgo, Christian Jimenez, Cameron Jordan, Quavas Kirk*, Eric Lichaj, Dax McCarty, Kyle Nakazawa*, Evan Newton, Marcus Rein, Bryant Rueckner*, Estuardo Sanchez, Stephen Sandbo*, Ofori Sarkodie*, Jeff Scannella, Jay Singh, Adam Sloustcher, Ryan Soroka*, Nathan Sturgis*, Daniel Szetela*, Julian Valentin*, Jonathan Villanueva, Blake Wagner*, Kenneth Walker, Tim Ward, Taylor Waspi, Mark Wiltse

Spring 2004 (40 players): Freddy Adu*, Kevin Alston*, Tony Ampaipitakwong, Eric Avila, Michael Balogun, Nicolas Besango*^, Carlos Borja, Michael Bradley, Alandus Brooks, Michael Dalpra, Richard Edgar, Gabriel Farfan*, Michael Farfan*, Greg Folk, Jeremy Hall*, Rodrigo Hidalgo, Amaechi Igwe*^, Christian Jimenez, Cameron Jordan, Brett King, Quavas Kirk*, Eric Lichaj, Dax McCarty, Kyle Nakazawa*, Evan Newton, Cesar Nunez, Marcus Rein, Bryant Rueckner*, Stephen Sandbo*, Ofori Sarkodie*, Jeff Scannella, Adam Sloustcher, Ryan Soroka*, Michael Stephens, Nathan Sturgis, Daniel Szetela*, Julian Valentin*, Jonathan Villanueva, Blake Wagner*, Matthew Walker, Tim Ward, Taylor Waspi, Preston Zimmerman*^

Fall 2004 (40 players): Eddie Ababio, Kevin Alston*, Josmer Altidore*, Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Bryan Arguez, Matt Armstrong, David Arvizu*, Eric Avila, Michael Balogun, Nikolas Besagno*, Carlos Borja, Jonathan Collier, Victor Cortez, Michael Dal Pra, Richard Edgar, Gabriel Farfan*, Michael Farfan*, Andrew Giallombardo, Jeremy Hall*, Amaechi Igwe*, Quavas Kirk*, Eric Lichaj, Ernesto Mariscal, Perica Marosevic, Kyle Nakazawa*, Evan Newton, Cesar Nunez, Brian Perk*, Patrick Rickards, Bryant Rueckner*, Ofori Sarkodie*, Joel Smith, Ryan Soroka*, Joseph Sorrentino, Michael Stephens, Blake Wagner*, Matthew Walker, Anthony Wallace, Drew Yates, Preston Zimmerman*

Spring 2005 (40 players): Eddie Ababio, Kevin Alston*, Josmer Altidore*, Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Bryan Arguez, David Arvizu*, Eric Avila, Michael Balogun, Joe Bendik, Nikolas Besagno*, Carlos Borja, Jonathan Collier, Victor Cortez, Greg Eckhardt, Richard Edgar, Gabriel Farfan*, Michael Farfan*, Andrew Giallombardo, Omar Gonzalez*, Jeremy Hall*, Amaechi Igwe*, Hector Jimenez, Quavas Kirk*, Eric Lichaj, Ernesto Mariscal, Perica Marosevic, Kyle Nakazawa*, Evan Newton, Cesar Nunez, Danny Ortega, Brian Perk*, Ryan Peterman, Bryant Rueckner*, Ofori Sarkodie*, Ryan Soroka*, Joseph Sorrentino, Michael Stephens, Neven Subotic, Blake Wagner*, Anthony Wallace, Preston Zimmerman*

Fall ’05 (40 players): Kevin Alston*, Josmer Altidore*, David Arvizu*, Edgar Barajas, Danny Barerra, Mykell Bates, Cameron Brown, Brandyn Bumpas, Kyle Davies, Greg Eckhardt, Richard Edgar, Andrew Giallombardo, Omar Gonzalez*, Jeremy Hall*, Amaechi Igwe*, Jared Jeffrey, Ian Kalis, Daniel Kelly, Quavas Kirk*, Josh Lambo^, Brandon Lee, Eric Lichaj, David MacVane, Perica Marosevic, Ellis McLoughlin, Thomas Meyer, Kyle Nakazawa*, Brian Perk*, Diego Restrepo, Bryant Rueckner*, Ofori Sarkodie*, Michael Stephens, Joseph Sorrentino, Ryan Soroka*, Brandon Tarr, Kirk Urso, Blake Wagner*, Anthony Wallace, Daniel Wenzel, Sheanon Williams, Preston Zimmerman*

Spring ’06 (40 players): Dersu Abolfathi, Josmer Altidore*, Edgar Barajas, Danny Barerra, Mykell Bates, Brandyn Bumpas, Kyle Davies, Alex Dixon, Bryan Dominguez, Greg Eckhart, Jeremy Hall*, Abdus Ibrahim, Larry Jackson, Tevin Jackson, Jared Jeffrey, Ian Kalis, Daniel Kelly*, Josh Lambo, Brandon Lee, Axel Levry, Eric Lichaj, David MacVane, Perica Marosevic, Ellis McLoughlin, Thomas Meyer, Chris Miller, Temistocles Molinar, TJ Nelson, Jesse Paredes, Brian Perk*, Dane Shea, Joseph Sorrentino, Brandon Tarr, Kirk Urso, Matthew Uy, Anthony Wallace, Daniel Wenzel, Sheanon Williams, Victor Yanez, Brandon Zimmerman.

Fall '06 (40 players): Dersu Abolfathi, Jose Altimorano, Danny Barerra, Mykell Bates, Scott Caldwell, Alonzo Carter, Kyle Davies, Alex Dixon, Bryan Dominguez, Ryan Finley, Greg Garza, Eduardo Gonzalez, Ryan Gracia, Christian Ibeagha, Abdus Ibrahim, Larry Jackson, Jared Jeffrey, Brendan King, Josh Lambo, Brandon Lee, Alex Levry, Zac MacMath, Ellis McLoughlin, David Meves, Nick Millington, TJ Nelson, Amobi Okugo, Jesse Paredes, Aubrey Perry, Evan Raynr, Kofi Sarkodie, Israel Sesay, Dane Shea, Howard Turk, Kirk Urso, Matthew Uy, Zarek Valentin, Daniel Wenzel, Sheanon Williams, Brandon Zimmerman.

* indicates player was a member of a FIFA U-17 World Championship roster
^ indicates player added later in semester

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