Latrobe’s Robin Reilly selected to U.S. Youth Soccer ODP national team

Thursday, January 19, 2023 | 2:53 PM

Robin Reilly is taking her game to a national stage — again.

The Latrobe soccer player was selected for an elite-level experience on the cup circuit for the second year in a row.

A sophomore, Reilly was selected to the 2023 United States Youth Soccer Olympic Development national team pool. She will represent PA West Soccer in April at the Dallas Cup. Reilly, a Division I college prospect, began playing ODP in sixth grade.

“My goal was always to make the national team when I became old enough to qualify, and I was fortunate to make it both years,” Reilly said. “Meeting players and coaches nationwide has been an amazing opportunity for me, and it is also a great learning experience.”

Reilly, a versatile attacking midfielder who had 17 goals and 13 assists last fall for Latrobe and earned All-WPIAL honors, advanced through three ID camps: state, regional and inter-regional.

She advanced through pools of 144 and then 72 to make the final 18-player cut.

“When I look back at the process, I am beyond proud to be able to represent PA West and the Eastern Region on the national team,” Reilly said.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Bill by email at or via Twitter .


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