Willamson, St. Clair Set for CONCACAF U-20 Tourney

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Maryland men's soccer standouts Eryk Williamson and Dayne St. Clair have been named to their respective U-20 National Teams ahead of the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship.

Williamson, a sophomore midfielder, was named to the United States’ U-20 team. Williamson is one of just two players on the roster to still be playing collegiately (Jeremiah Gutjahr, Indiana). Williamson started and played in all 19 of Maryland’s game this past season, notching three goals and five assists en route to being named Second-Team All-Big Ten.

Redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Dayne St. Claire was named to the Canadian U-20 team. The Pickering, Ontario native redshirted this season but is poised to make a big impact for the Terps in the fall. He will join two other collegiate players on the Canadian roster, Kamal Miller (Syracuse) and Aymar Sigue (Penn State).

The tournament, which will double as the 2017 World Cup qualifying tournament, begins Feb. 17 and runs through March 5 in Costa Rica.