Michael Seaton Called up to Jamaica U-17 Men's National Team Ahead of CONCACAF ChampionshipApril 2, 2013 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United Press Release
Seaton signed with the First Team on Jan. 14, becoming the fifth Homegrown player in D.C. United history. At just 16-years-old, Seaton is the first player born after the inception of Major League Soccer in 1996 to ink a deal with a team in the League.
Seaton last reported for international duty when he participated in CFU U-17 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches with the Jamaica U-17 National Team, tallying a goal in a 5-0 win against Bermuda on July 11, 2012 and another in a 4-0 win against Antigua and Barbuda on July 15, 2012. The young forward also impressed in United's Academy system as the leading scorer (12 goals) for the U-15 Pre-Academy team. Seaton was also the co-leading scorer (14 goals) for the U-16 Academy squad, guiding the team to a final eight finish in the playoffs before joining the U-18s in 2012.
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