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2012 USA Women's Inline Hockey World Team

By Peggy Young | May 03, 2012, 5:28 p.m. (ET)
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

USA WOMEN’S INLINE HOCKEY WORLD TEAM

 

Congratulations to the following members of the 2012 Women’s Inline Hockey World Team, who will represent the United States in competition in Bucaramanga, Colombia, at the FIRS CIRILH Inline Hockey World Championships, June 30 – July 14. 

 

Jenna Datlo, Glen Head, NY  

Kayla Demint, Riverside, CA  

Megan Dovell, Duluth, GA 

Allison Era, Glendale, AZ  

Nicole Giannino, Bayshore, NY

Jessica Koerner, Baldwin Park, CA  

Celeste Loyatho, San Juan Capistrano, CA                               

Carly Marquiss, San Jose, CA  

Kelly McCormack, Nesconset, NY  

Charlotte Nicholson, New York, NY  

Elisa Pogu, Corona, CA  

Catherine Santo, St. James, NY

Laura Veharanta, LaVerne, CA 

Chelsi Wells, Lakewood, CO  

 

Jetta Rackleff, Bend, OR  (Goalie)

Danielle Groen, Oceanside, CA  (Goalie)

 

 

Chalie Sgrillo, Philadelphia, PA – Team Coach

David Marmorstein, Phoenix, AZ – Team Manager

 

Danielle Pelletier, Spring Hill, FL - Referee from USA

 

Datlo, Dovell, Koerner, Marquiss, Pogu, and Groen are first-time members of the Women’s Team, making a nice mix of experience and youth.

 

During these Championships, medals will be awarded to senior men, senior women and junior men.  In 2013 junior women’s events will be added to the World Championships, which will take place in Huntington Beach, California.  For additional information and for results during the 2012 Championships, visit http://www.colombiainline2012.com/



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