San Antonio FC Midfielder Bryant Called Up To US U-18 Team

San Antonio FC Midfielder Ethan Bryant has been called up to the United States U-18 Men's National Team. Bryant will participate in a training held in Carson, California from February 1st - 7th. Bryant is part of a 20-man call up for this assignment. Obviously this is a massive opportunity for Bryant who already holds the title of youngest goal scorer in San Antonio FC history. Now he'll add a second honor. He is the first player to be called to the U-18 team while playing for SAFC. Needless to say, he was very excited by the news, saying in a team press release:

“This is a special moment for me and I’m excited to compete at the international level. I will represent San Antonio as a city and club to the best of my abilities, and I’m excited and eager for the opportunity.”

Bryant is eligible to play in the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland if selected for that team. This camp is his opportunity to try and earn a spot on that team. The tournament runs from May 23rd to June 15th.

 

Here is the complete list of selected players for the U-18 camp in February:

U-18 MNT Roster by Position (Club; Hometown)

GOALKEEPERS (2): David Ochoa (Real Salt Lake; Oxnard, Calif.), Patrick Schulte (Saint Louis FC; Saint Charles, Mo.)      

DEFENDERS (6): Julian Hinojosa Jr. (FC Dallas; Garland, Texas), Kai Lammers (New York City FC; Greenwich, Conn.), Erwin Martinez (Real Salt Lake; Gilbert, Ariz.), David Mendoza (Chicago Fire; Chicago, Ill.), Christian Ortiz (Barca Academy AZ; Yuma, Ariz.), Leonardo Sepulveda (LA Galaxy; Corona, Calif.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): Cole Bassett (Colorado Rapids; Littleton, Colo.), Ethan Bryant (San Antonio FC; San Antonio, Texas), Oscar Cervantes Jr. (LA Galaxy; Indio, Calif.), Emmanuel Haro (Club Tijuana/MEX; San Diego, Calif.), Armando Munoz-Zarate (Colorado Rapids; Albuquerque, N.M.), Matteo Ritaccio (Liverpool FC/ENG; Westbury, N.Y.)  

FORWARDS (6): Alec Diaz (Seattle Sounders FC II; Issaquah, Wash.), Bryce Duke (Real Salt Lake; Phoenix, Ariz.), Hunter George (Sacramento Republic FC; Lincoln, Calif.), Cameron Harper (Celtic FC/SCO; Roseville, Calif.) Nicholas Hategan (Sacramento Republic FC; Chicago, Ill.), Marlon Vargas (Seattle Sounders II; Renton, Wash.)  

IMAGE: SAN ANTONIO FC TWITTER, US SOCCER TWITTER

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