HAWAII GROWN: Curran headed to USA training camp

Oregon midfielder Chardonnay Curran, right, started 14 of the Ducks' 19 matches as a freshman and had one goal and two assists. Photo courtesy Sam Marshall, Oregon Athletic Communications

Oregon freshman Chardonnay Curran has been called up to the Under-20 U.S. National Women’s Team World Cup training camp.

Curran, a 2017 Campbell High alumna, is one of eight forwards and 24 total players selected who will travel to France from Feb. 23 to March 7 for an extended training camp and two international matches against the Under-20 France Women’s National Team.

Both games will be played at venues hosting the Under-20 Women’s World Cup.

The USA will play France on March 3 at Stade de la Rabine in Vannes and March 6 at Stade Marville in Saint-Malo.

Curran is one of seven players called up who were not on the qualifying roster that helped the USA qualify for the World Cup during the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago last month.

The World Cup will be played in August.

Curran appeared in all 19 matches and made 14 starts with the Ducks as a freshman. She scored one goal and had two assists.


  1. Robert March 2, 2018 9:22 pm

    My niece brother Josephs daughter

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