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Mexico in NWSL allocation

Mexico WNT

Following up on the fun in São Paulo, Mexico put its money behind the young up-and-coming players that didn’t still have a year or two of their NCAA schools paying for them to play. (Which by the way, the breakdown by NCAA school is here.) And that’s a pretty good, calculated investment for Mexico, with the next World Cup being hosted in CONCACAF.

D Alina Lisi Garciamendez Rowold – Apr. 16, 1991
M Veronica Raquel Perez Murillo – May 18, 1988
M Teresa Noyola Bayardo – April 15, 1990
F Maribel Dominguez Castelan – Nov. 18, 1978
F Monica Ocampo Medina – Jan. 4, 1987
GK Aurora Cecilia Santiago Cisneros – Oct. 19, 1994
M Lydia Nayeli Rangel Hernandez – Feb. 28, 1992
F Renae Nicole Cuellar Cuellar – June 24, 1990
M Teresa Guadalupe Worbis Aguilar – Dec. 12, 1983
F Anisa Raquel Guajardo Braff – March 10, 1991
M Dinora Lizeth Garza Rodriguez – Jan. 24, 1988
D Jennifer Marie Ruiz Brown – Aug. 9, 1983
D Luz del Rosario Saucedo Soto – Dec. 14, 1983
D Rubi Marlene Sandoval Nungaray – Jan. 18, 1984
GK Pamela Tajonar Alonso – Dec. 2, 1984
D Marylin Viridiana Diaz Ramirez -Nov. 18, 1991

That’s 6 players born before ’85 (and you can almost ignore that as being “old” for a GK, since they age differently), 3 born between ’85-’90, and 7 born between ’90-’95. Out of 16 listed players, almost half of them were born in the 90s.

Bring it on, 2015.

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