TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A pair of Florida State seniors in Michaela Hahn and Carson Pickett earned an invitation to participate in the U.S. U-23 training camp, held in Lakewood Ranch, Fla., from April 26-May 3.
The camp will be used as a final evaluation to pick a 20-player roster that will travel to Norway in May to play the U-23 teams from Sweden, Norway and England. This most recent camp features 24 current collegiate players.
Hahn earns her first invitation to participate and train with the U.S. national team at any level, while Pickett was a pool member for the U-17 national team in 2010.
Both Hahn and Pickett were instrumental in leading the Seminoles to their first national championship last fall.
Hahn played in all 26 matches, starting 24, while tallying over 1900 minutes on the pitch. The Titusville, Fla., native finished the season with six points, all on assists, including three during the NCAA Tournament. Two of those three assists in the postseason were credited as game-winners as she was part of a double-assist combo in win over No. 21 UCF and No. 3 Stanford.
Pickett finished her junior campaign posting single-season career-highs for points (17) and assists (13) as she appeared in all 26 matches, making 25 starts. Her 13 assists led all Seminoles in 2015 and tied for the second most in a single-season in Florida State history. The Fleming Island, Fla., native finished the season fifth on the team in points.
*FSU Sports Information