U.S. Men's Masters Team Rosters Named to Represent at the FIH Masters and Grand Masters World Cups

Feb. 13, 2018, 8:13 p.m. (ET)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - February 13, 2018 - After five separate tryouts across the country last summer, players assembled in Moorpark, Calif. the weekend of January 27-28 for the final training camp and selection opportunity in front of the U.S. Men's Masters Team respective World Cup coaches. USA Field Hockey is pleased to announce the rosters that will compete this summer at the FIH Grand Masters World Cup in Barcelona, Spain from June 20-30 and FIH Masters World Cup in Terrassa, Spain from July 27 to August 5.

“We have increased the number of teams we are taking to the World Cup from two teams to five and the competition for spots on the teams is more intense than ever before,” said Warren Prestwich, U.S. Men’s Masters Chairperson. “There will be a few disappointed people once they see the teams but everyone selected has worked hard to secure their spot.” 

More than 100 masters-aged men came from all corners of the country, as well as from countries such as Japan, Paraguay and the United Arab Emirates, to showcase their skills over the two-day camp with the goal of being selected to represent the United States. In addition to each team having a manager and coach, the Masters World Cup entourage of four teams will also include a Tour Manager, Simon Walshaw, to take care of logistics outside of the regular duties expected of the team managers.

The U.S. Women's Masters Committee will be announcing their respective squads for the FIH Masters and Grand Masters World Cups within the next 48 hours.

Congratulations to those athletes selected for the FIH Masters and Grand Masters World Cups:

 

U.S. O-40 Men's Masters Team:

Alexander Armas Charlotte, N.C.
Raja BalLexington, Mass.
TJ Bamrah | Santa Clara, Calif.
Federico Baudini | Doral, Fla.
Ellis Chance | Brooklyn, N.Y.
Adrian Cramp-Gale | South Pasadena, Calif.
Jeremy Gajkowski (Phoenixville, Pa.),
Alan Golding | Washington, D.C
Shawn Hindy | Fort Worth, Texas
Pedro Magalhaes | Hendersonville, Tenn.
Riyaz Mohamed | Scottsdale, Ariz.
Sukhwinder Sandhu | Mount Kisco, N.Y.
Allan Scally | Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Eldrid Sequeira | New York, N.Y.
Garfield Stewart | Bayshore, N.Y.
Kevin Tan | Pittsburgh, Pa.
Michael Warari | Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Jason Wellings | Coronado, Calif.

Coach: Shiv Jagday
Manager: Niles Draper

Alternates: David Eddie (Cambridge, Mass.), Danish Mahmud (Columbus, Ohio), Gurdev Singh (American Canyon, Calif.), Lakhvinder Singh (San Ramon, Calif.)

 

U.S. O-45 Men's Masters Team:

Rino Bouwman | Ventura, Calif.
Randy Christie | Bronx, N.Y.
Adolph Colaco | Sugar Land, Texas
Raj Denhoy | New York, N.Y.
Andre Ferguson | Attlebro, Mass.
Juan Heredia | Miami, Fla.
Shamsher Johal | Phoenix, Ariz.
Harry Labana | Mountview, Calif.
Saran Mandair | San Jose, Calif.
Leroy Mayers | Parsippany, N.J.
Barry Merriman Washington, D.C.
James Michael | New York, N.Y.
Marian Mueller | Barrington, R.I.
Barry Payne | Auburndale, Mass.
Chip Rogers | Oxford, Ohio
Alvaro Salcedo | Baltimore, Md.
Amanmeet Sandhu | Modesto, Calif.
Karamjit Singh | Clovis, Calif.


Coach:
Laveen Jandu
Manager: Percy Wilman

Alternates: Harwinder Deol (American Canyon, Calif.), Sau Thong Lee (Vienna, Va.), Sumarjit Singh (Gilbert, Ariz.), Walter Velasquez (Olney, Md.), Angus Miller (Bedminster, N.J.)

 

U.S. O-50 Men's Masters Team:

Prashant Aji | San Jose, Calif.
Sunil DeSouza | Lake Forest, Calif.
Fernando Diez de Oñate | Key Biscayne, Fla.
Ahmed Elmaghraby | Ledgewood, N.J.
Tommy Hoang | Westlake Village, Calif.
Srinu Karuturi | Monroe Township, N.J.
Markus Krueger | Seattle, Wash.
Damien Lanyon | Solana Beach, Calif.
Hugo Mazzalupi | King of Prussia, Pa.
Pradeep Menon | Cumming, Ga.
Manuel Morales | Miami, Fla.
Ali Murdoch | Austin, Texas
Muzammel Malik | Westminster, Md.
Caz Pereira | San Francisco, Calif.
Greg Pereira | Fulton, Md.
Ulrich Reinhardt | Ann Arbor, Mich.
Roberto Sabella | Key Biscayne, Fla.
Muhammad Siddiqui | Arlington, Va.

Coach: Adam Falla
Manager: Chris Pereira

Alternates: Dennis Brown (Lynchburg, Va.), Erik Enters (Harleysville, Pa.), Matt Hanson (Virginia Beach, Va.), Riaz Khan (Mission Viego, Calif.), Paul Slaats (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Charanjit Singh (Keller, Texas)

 

U.S. O-55 Men's Masters Team:

Joost Douwes | Stanwood, Wash.
Andrew DunningDubai, UAE
Manzar Iqbal | Chicago, Ill.
Peter Jones | Stamford, Conn.
Brijinder (Bob) Khosla | Phoenix, Ariz.
Tommy Khoo | Bethesda, Md.
Amrit Kohli | Bethesda, Md.
Eric McGinley | McLean, Va.
John Michalek | Camarillo, Calif.
Jon O’Haire | Columbus, Ohio 
Warren Prestwich | Towson, Md.
Jeremy Roberts | Beltsville, Md.
Alexander Rooks | Belmont, Mass.
Kanwardeep Sidhu | San Jose, Calif.
Jaswinder Singh | Woodlan, Calif.
Ian Tapsallc | Fairfield, Conn.
Ian WaggeScarborough, Maine
Don Warner | Henrico, Va.

Coach: Stephen Harvey
Manager: Neville Gardner

Alternates: Manmohan Brar (Phoenix, Ariz.), Clement D’Souza (Japan), Richard Hayden (Ashburn, Va.), Brian Spencer (Los Angeles, Calif.), Amjad Zia (Houston, Texas)

 

U.S. O-60 Men's Masters Team:

Peter Bale | Salem, Ore.
Michael Coleman | Corona, Calif.
Andrew Dunning | Dubai, UAE
Lance Eichert | Conshocken, Pa.
Neville Gardner | Bethlehem, Pa.
Chamkaur Gill | Placentia, Calif.
Dieter Hillert | Encinitas, Calif.
Peter Jardine | Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Peter Jones | Stamford, Conn.
Raghbir Mangat | Gold River, Caif.
Eric McGinley | McLean, Va.
Darryl Michael | Delmar, N.Y.
Sankar Ramani | Fremont, Calif.
Alva Serrette | Stone Mountain, Ga.
Aaron Sher | Scottsdale, Ariz.
Manmohan Singh | Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Jeffrey Starfield | Marblehead, Mass.
Lawrence Zappone | Colorado Springs, Colo.

Captain-Coach: Peter Bale
Manager: Robert Goldmuntz

Alternates: Paramjit Singh (El Sobrante, Calif.), Derek Pappas (Palo Alto, Calif.)