With a game Sunday, ya' had to figure that Glenn Myernick would have liked as few of the teams that feature U23 players as possible to advance. So far, with one series still to be determined, that's worked out as well as he could hope. KC, which has no healthy players in the U23 pool, is one of the teams still alive. So is New England, the only team in MLS without a current youth national team player. In terms of U23 players, the Chicago-DC series was a push so it didn't really matter to Mooch which team advanced. (Though I bet he would have preferred Beas and Co to Esky and his teammates.) With the LA-SJ game still to be played, here is who Mooch could have available: COLORADO Kyle Beckerman, Seth Trembly, Nat Borchers, Casey Schmidt COLUMBUS Edson Buddle, Kyle Martino, Nelson Akwari, Michael Ritch DALLAS D.J. Countess, Brad Davis (who has health questions), Eddie Johnson, Jordan Stone, Phil Salyer, Mandi Urbas. DC Bobby Convey, Doug Warren, Alecko Eskandarian, Tino Quaranta, David Stokes, Brian Carroll, Devin Barclay (if healthy) NY/NJ Ricardo Clark, Mike Magee, Eddie Gaven, Jake LeBlanc, Kenny Arena, Tim Regan Plus, he's got whomever is available from the Quakes (Landon, Saunders, Levesque, Walker) or the Galaxy (Lewis, Ochoa, Gonzalez, Gomez). And, he could call in his Euros, Oguchi Onyewu, Alex Yi, Conor Casey, David Johnson and David Yelldell, (plus, technically, Zak Whitbread, Frank Simek, Kenny Cooper and Frank Karbassiyoon, but I don't expect any of them to get summoned) and he's got Chris Wingert and maybe Adolfo Gregorio from the college ranks. In otherwords, even with four teams in the playoffs, Myernick should have more than enough bodies to take an 18-man team to St. Kitts.