D.C. United names team for tour of Indonesia

D.C. United has announced the roster for its post-season tour in Southeast Asia. Photo: Luis Silva (D.C. United)

WASHINGTON, December 2, 2013 — D.C. United has announced the roster for its post-season tour in Southeast Asia. The club has called in six members of United’s USL Pro affiliate, the Richmond Kickers, who will join the 15-man roster in Indonesia from Dec. 3 through Dec. 9.

In Indonesia, the 2013 U.S. Open Cup winners will play two friendlies, one against Persib Bandung (Indonesia Super League) on December 6 at 6:30 p.m. local time and one against Arema FC (Indonesia Super League) on December 8 at 7 p.m. local time. Both games will be televised on SCTV, the largest free-to-air TV station in Indonesia. 

The complete roster for D.C. United’s tour in Southeast Asia is below:

Name Position Age Height Weight Hometown Club
Michael Seaton F 17 6’ 180 Spanish Town, Jamaica D.C. United
Casey Townsend F 24 5‘11” 161 Traverse City, Mich. D.C. United
Conor Doyle F 22 6‘2” 172 McKinney, Texas D.C. United
Luis Silva M 24 5‘11” 170 Los Angeles, Calif. D.C. United
Collin Martin M 19 5‘11” 150 Chevy Chase, Md. D.C. United
Lewis Neal M 32 5‘11” 155 Leicester, England D.C. United
Jared Jeffrey M 23 5‘11” 165 Dallas, Texas D.C. United
Kyle Porter M 23 6’ 160 Toronto, Ontario D.C. United
Shay Spitz M 25 5‘7” 150 Hong Kong, China Richmond Kickers
Michael Challahan M 26 5‘9” 160 Cary, N.C. Richmond Kickers
Luke Vercollone M 31 5‘10” 160 Pembroke, Mass. Richmond Kickers
Taylor Kemp D 23 5‘11” 153 Highlands Ranch, Colo. D.C. United
Ethan White D 22 6’ 183 Kensington, Md. D.C. United
Conor Shanosky D 21 6‘4” 185 Sterling, Va. D.C. United
Chris Korb D 26 5‘9” 160 Gates Mills, Ohio D.C. United
Shane Johnson D 23 6‘3” 195 Ashburn, Va. Richmond Kickers
Henry Kalungi D 26 6‘2” 160 Kampala, Uganda Richmond Kickers
Alex Lee D 23 5‘10” 160 Rockville, Md. Richmond Kickers
Andrew Dykstra GK 27 6‘4” 195 Honolulu, Hawaii D.C. United
Joe Willis GK 25 6‘5” 190 St. Louis, Mo. D.C. United
 

John Haydon wrote a weekly soccer column for The Washington Times for 20 years. He has covered two World Cups and written about Major League Soccer from the league’s inception in 1996. Follow John on Twitter at @Johnahaydon or email jhaydon@washingtontimes.com


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