DiBiasi, Hatch named to USWNT's December Identification Camp
CHICAGO - Washington Spirit players Jordan DiBiasi and Ashley Hatch have been named to U.S. Women's National Team head coach Vlatko Andonovski's 24-player roster for an Identification Camp that will take place from Dec. 9-14 in Bradenton, Florida.
Hatch's last activity with the USWNT's senior squad came on on April 5, 2018, against Mexico. Hatch also joined the US U-23 team in August of 2018 for their Nordic tournament run. Hatch has made two career appearances for the USWNT, with her debut coming in a friendly against Switzerland on October 19, 2016.
This call-up will be DiBiasi's first-ever for the USWNT senior squad. DiBiasi has come through the ranks of the US youth teams since beginning play for the U-14s. DiBiasi started for the US U-18s in the 10 Nations Tournament in 2014, has made appearances for the US U-20 team and, most recently, participated in the US U-23s Nordic Tournament victory this Fall.
Andonovski's second training camp roster will not include any players from the USA's 2019 World Cup Team as the event is being staged to evaluate younger players from the college game and those who have performed well in the National Women's Soccer League or in pro leagues abroad.
Of the 24 players selected, 14 professional players were named, with being 13 from NWSL, along with 10 College Players. 14 players selected have prior training experience with the Senior WNT and seven have WNT caps.
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