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Exciting month at Albertson Fury


Two former Albertson Fury players Allie Long and Crystal Dunn have been picked for the 2016 USWNT Rio Olympic squad starting in August.

They were the only two local players to make the squad:
"It's a fantastic achievement for these two great footballers. Very proud that we were part of their process to the highest level of the women's game. They have both worked extremely hard at their game and it's amazing to see these young ladies reach their Olympic dream. We hope it will inspire our next generation of Albertson Furyites"
Commented Paul Riley DOC Albertson Fury.

Latest June/July college commitments include:
Sophomore Celina Ferrazano to Providence, Sophomore Skylar Prendergast to UCONN, Sophomore Asia Horne to American University, junior Alex Kuhnle to William & Mary, Junior Francesca Piccici to UNH,

Congrats to Jilly Shimkin Albertson Fury 03 who just returned from National Camp with the USA Under 14 team.

Albertson Fury 98 finished top 15 in country with an unbeaten regular season.

Albertson Fury 00 finished top 40 including winning four of last six games

Albertson Fury 99 top 32 includes an impressive win over Final Four club FC Stars.

Fury 02s qualified for Pre-ECNL play-offs and finished the year ranked 20th in the country according totopdrawersports.com

http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer/club-soccer-team-rankings/women/u13/1/694

On the professional front, former Albertson Fury 90 Jazz Spencer scored two in the month of July for Orlando Pride of the NWSL. She has been critical in filling the void left by Alex Morgan.

Mer Speck Albertson Fury 92 continues to lead WNY Flash who sit in second place in the NWSL. Flash head coach and Albertson Fury DOC Paul Riley said,
"Mer is really becoming an excellent professional. Her speed, soccer IQ and tactical knowledge make her a big piece on our team"

Former Albertson Furyites Cari Rocarro and Rebecca Moros continue to be a massive part of a stingy Houston Dash backline in NWSL.

Former Albertson stalwarts Michelle Betos (Albertson Fury 88) and Emily Menges (Albertson Fury 91) continue to hold top spot in NWSL with the Portland Thorns. Allie Long completes the Albertson trio but will be missing for the next month with her Olympic call up.

2015 NWSL Player of The Year Crystal Dunn (Albertson Fury 91) will also be missing for Washington Spirit over the next month as the Olympics start in Rio.

 


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