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U.S. U-17 MNT Loses 4-1 to Norway at Open Nordic Tournament

NORRE AABY, Denmark (July 29, 2014) – The U.S. U-17 MNT dropped its second game of the Open Nordic Cup, a 4-1 loss to Norway Tuesday at Norre Aaby Stadium.

After giving up two first-half goals for the second consecutive game, USA’s Elijah Rice scored to cut the deficit to 2-1 early in the second half and breathe life into the U.S. attack. Norway put the game away with goals in the 60th and 79th minutes for the final margin. Norway’s John Saeter recorded a brace, opening the scoring in the ninth minute with a goal and striking again in the 79th minute to put the game further out of reach.

With the loss, the U.S. falls to 0-2-0 in the Open Nordic Tournament, having lost 2-0 to Denmark in the opener. The U.S. U-17s were previously unbeaten in 2014 and are currently playing with a split squad as they are also competing in the Copa Mexico de Naciones. The U.S. opens play in Mexico City against China PR on Aug. 2.

Next up for the U.S. in the Open Nordic Tournament is a match against the Faroe Islands on Thursday, July 31 before wrapping finishing on August 2 with a placement game.


-U.S. U-17 Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team vs. Norway
Date: July 29, 2014
Competition: Open Nordic Tournament  
Venue: Norre Aaby Stadium; Norre Aaby, Denmark
Kickoff: 3 p.m. local
Weather: 80 degrees 

Scoring Summary:       1          2          F                                             
USA                             0          1          1
Norway                         2          2          4

NOR                             John Saeter                  9th  minute
NOR                             Andreas Helmersen       20
USA                             Elijah Rice                     45
NOR                             Marcus Stensby            60
NOR                             John Saeter                  79

USA: 1-William Pulisic; 3-Edwin Lara, 4-Nikkye De Point, 16-Miles Stray, 14-Tyler Adams; 21-Brian Zelaya (2-Logan Panchot, 60), 20-George Braima (capt.), 24-Weston McKennie (11-McKinze Gaines, 57); 7-Elijah Rice, 13-Eric Matzelevich (9-Kai Koreniuk, 60), 10-Keegan Kelly
Subs not used: 6- Kyle Gurrieri, 8- Jonathan Gonzalez, 12- Eric Lopez, 15- AJ Palazzolo
Head Coach: Richie Williams 

NOR: 1-Christian Haug; 2-Henrik Bredeli, 4-Mathias Laudal (14-Leonardo Dure, 63), 5-Mathusan Sandrakumar, 3-Jesper Espung; 18-Sander Berge (11-Jonas Fjellberg, 41), 13-Kristoffer Ajer, 10-John Saeter (capt.), 6-Vegard Erlien (8-Behrouz Habib, 72); 15-Andreas Helmersen, 7-Emil Hansson (17-Markus Stensby, 41)
Subs not used: 9- Birk Risa, 12- Marius Halvorsen, 16- Viljar Birkeland
Head Coach: Erland Johnsen 

Misconduct Summary:
NOR- Mathusan Sandrakumar    72nd minute (caution)

Referee: Petri Vijanen
Assistant Referee 1: Jarno Kiistala
Assistant Referee 2: Jan Hermansen
4th Official: Kari J. a Hovdanum

**PLEASE NOTE – Game was 80 minutes**


U.S. U-20 FIFA Women's World Cup History By the Numbers

Most Goals by Individual in Game

3 goals
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 25, 2001; 6-0 W vs. Denmark in Victoria, Canada)
Sydney Leroux (July 17, 2010; 5-0 W vs. Switzerland in Dresden, Germany)
Maya Hayes (Aug. 20, 2012; 4-0 W vs. Ghana in Hiroshima, Japan)

2 goals
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 17, 2002; 5-1 W vs. England in Victoria, Canada)
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 19, 2002; 4-0 W vs. Australia in Victoria, Canada)
Lindsay Tarpley (Aug. 21, 2002; 6-0 W vs. Chinese Taipei in Victoria, Canada)
Heather O’Reilly (Aug. 25, 2002; 6-0 W vs. Denmark in Victoria, Canada)
Kelly Wilson (Aug. 29, 2002; 4-1 W vs. Germany in Edmonton, Canada)
Jessica Rostedt (Nov. 14, 2004; 4-1 W vs. Russia in Phuket, Thailand)
Danesha Adams (Aug. 27, 2006; 4-1 W vs. Germany in St. Petersburg, Russia)
Sydney Leroux (Nov. 19, 2008; 3-0 W vs. France in Chillian, Chile)
Alex Morgan (Nov. 23, 2008; 3-0 W vs. Argentina in Chillian, Chile)
Sydney Leroux (Nov. 30, 2008; 3-0 W vs. England in Chillan, Chile)

USA Players to Have Played in Multiple U-19/U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cups

Player                         Years
Stephanie Amack       2012, 2014
Rachel Buehler           2002, 2004
Crystal Dunn               2010, 2012
Kerri Hanks                 2002, 2004
Ashlyn Harris              2002, 2004
Nikki Krzysik               2004, 2006
Sydney Leroux           2008, 2012
Stephanie Logterman 2004, 2006    
Stephanie Lopez         2004, 2006
Samantha Mewis        2010, 2012
Christine Nairn            2008, 2010
Carri Roccaro             2012, 2014
Amy Rodriguez           2004, 2006
Jessica Rostedt          2004, 2006
Angie Woznuk             2002, 2004

FIFA U-19/U-20 Women’s World Cup

USA All-Time Scorers

Player                         Goals              Year
Sydney Leroux*          10                    2008 (5), 2010 (5)
Kelley Wilson*             9                      2002
Lindsay Tarpley*         6                      2002
Jessica Rostedt          5                      2004 (3), 2006 (2)
Maya Hayes               4                      2012
Alex Morgan*              4                      2008
Amy Rodriguez*         4                      2004 (2), 2006 (2)
Danesha Adams*        3                      2006
Heather O’Reilly*        3                      2002
Megan Rapinoe*         3                      2004
Angie Woznuk *           3                      2004
Kelley O’Hara*            2                      2006
Kealia Ohai                 2                      2012
Leslie Osborne*          2                      2002
Morgan Brian*             1                      2012
Amber Brooks*           1                      2010
Zakiya Bywaters         1                      2010
Rachel Buehler*          1                      2002
Vanessa DiBernardo   1                      2012
Stephanie Ebner         1                      2002
Becky Edwards          1                      2008
Megan Kakadelas       1                      2002
Allie Long*                   1                      2006
Kristie Mewis*             1                      2010
Casey Nogueira*        1                      2006
Jill Oakes*                   1                      2002
Sheree Gray               1                      2004
Kerri Hanks                 1                      2004
Chioma Ubogagu        1                      2012
Keelin Winters             1                      2008 

*Has played for the senior Women’s National Team

USA Awards at FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup

Golden Ball

Sydney Leroux (2008)

Silver Ball
Angie Woznuk (2004)
Alex Morgan (2008) 

Bronze Ball
Kelly Wilson (2002)
Julie Johnston (2012) 

Golden Shoe:
Sydney Leroux (2008)

Silver Shoe
Kelly Wilson (2002)

Bronze Shoe
Lindsay Tarpley (2002)
Angie Woznuk (2002)
Alex Morgan (2008)
Sydney Leroux (2010)

Golden Glove
Alyssa Naeher (2008)
Bianca Henninger (2010)


Beach Soccer Takes Fourth Place at Mundialito

The U.S. Beach Soccer Team finished in fourth place at the three-day Mundialito from July 25-27 at Espinho in Portugal. Host Portugal won its fifth Mundialito, followed by Japan, Hungary and the USA.

The USA’s best opportunity for a victory came in the opener, a 5-4 loss in extra time to Japan on Friday, July 25. U.S. captain Nick Perera had two tallies, and after back-to-back goals from Michael Zaher and Andrew Feld, the USA held a 4-3 lead in the final period. Japan responded, however, with one goal in regulation and then scored in the second minute of extra time for the 5-4 victory.

On Saturday, July 26, the USA fell 14-1 to host Portugal, as Alessandro Canale had the lone goal for the U.S. in that match.

The U.S. Beach Soccer squad capped off the tournament with a 5-2 loss on Sunday, July 27, to Hungary, which had a 4-0 lead early in the third period. Canale and Chris Cummings each tallied a goal for the USA down the stretch to make it 4-2, but Hungary responded late to take third place in the tournament.

Open Cup ‘Game of the Round’ Features Chicago Fire at Seattle Sounders on Aug. 13

CHICAGO (July 28, 2014) – U.S. Soccer will broadcast the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup semifinal match between the Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders FC as its “Game of the Round” coverage resumes on on Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. PT. The two teams last faced each other in the tournament in the 2011 Final in which Seattle defeated Chicago 2-0 and earned its third Open Cup title.  

One day earlier, the first finalist will be decided when the Philadelphia Union and FC Dallas meet at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas on Aug. 12. 

The Chicago Fire has enjoyed the most U.S. Open Cup success among MLS franchises with four titles (1998, 2000, 2003 and 2006) and two runner-up finishes (2004, 2011).

Semifinal Round Schedule





Aug. 12

Philadelphia Union at FC Dallas

8 p.m. CT

Toyota Stadium; Frisco, Texas

Aug. 13

Chicago Fire at Seattle Sounders FC

7 p.m. PT

Starfire Soccer Complex; Tukwila, Wash.

The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, recognized as U.S. Soccer’s National Club Championship, is an annual competition open to all amateur and professional soccer teams affiliated with U.S. Soccer. The tournament has crowned a champion for 100 consecutive years dating back to 1914. This year’s winner will earn $250,000, a berth in the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions’ League and have its name engraved on the historic Dewar Challenge Trophy, one of the oldest nationally contested trophies in American team sports. The runner-up will take home $60,000. In 1999, the competition was renamed to honor American soccer pioneer Lamar Hunt.

U.S. U-17s Fall 2-0 to Denmark in First Match of Open Nordic Tournament

KOLDING, Denmark (July 28, 2014) – The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team gave up two first-half goals and fell 2-0 to Denmark in the first game of the Open Nordic Tournament at Mosevej Stadium.

Denmark’s Mark Christensen scored in the fourth minute to give his squad an early 1-0 lead. Marco Ramkilde scored in the 28th minute and the Denmark defense held the U.S. at bay to preserve the shutout victory. Full time is 80 minutes in all games in the Open Nordic Tournament.

The U.S. is currently playing with a split squad, as the USA is also participating in the upcoming Copa Mexico de Naciones. The U.S. opens play in Mexico City against China PR on Aug. 2.

The U-17 MNT resumes play in the Open Nordic Tournament on Tuesday against Norway.

-U.S. U-17 Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team vs. Denmark
Date: July 28, 2014
Competition: Open Nordic Tournament  
Venue: Mosevej Stadium, Kolding
Kickoff: 6 p.m. local
Weather: 85 degrees 

Scoring Summary:       1          2          F                                             
USA                             0          0          0
Denmark                       2          0          2

DEN – Mark Christensen            4th minute
DEN – Marco Ramkilde             28 


USA: 1-William Pulisic; 3-Edwin Lara, 4-Nikkye De Point, 15-AJ Palazzolo, 2-Logan Panchot (capt.); 8-Jonathan Gonzalez (14-Tyler Adams, 54), 6-Kyle Gurrieri (20-George Braima, 54), 10-Keegan Kelly (24-Weston McKennie, 67); 11-McKinze Gaines, 9-Kai Koreniuk (13-Eric Matzelevich, 54), 7-Elijah Rice
Subs not used: 12- Eric Lopez, 16-Miles Stray, 21-Brian Zelaya
Head Coach: Richie Williams 

DEN: 1-Oscar Hedvall; 13-Gonzalo Jorgensen (5-Mark Petersen, 58), 2-Oskar Buur, 3-Adnan Curovic, 18-Andreas Sorensen (4-Jeppe Schultz, 80); 11-Jacob Larsen, 6-Alexander Hansen (12-Agon Mucolli, 41), 8-Mark Christensen (capt.) (14-Mathias Bonde, 72), 17-Nicklas Rojkjaer, 10-Nikolai Laursen (7-Nikolaj Kirk, 58); 9-Marco Ramkilde, (15-Mathias Laursen, 58)
Subs not used: 16- Jacob Larsen
Head Coach: Jan Michaelsen 

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Jonathan Gonzalez (caution)        43rd minute
USA – Tyler Adams (caution)                  62

Referee: Nermin Cisic
Assistant Referee 1: Conny Hugman
Assistant Referee 2: Erik Hegstad
Fourth Official: Kristoffer Hagenes 

**PLEASE NOTE – Game was 80 minutes**

U.S. U-18 WNT Defeats Mexico U-20 WNT 2-0 in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (July 27, 2014) – The U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team defeated the Mexico U-20 Women’s National Team 2-0 in the second of two friendly matches at Mexico’s National Training Center in Mexico City. The teams tied 1-1 on July 25 on a goal from forward Zoe Redei, who scored both goals in today’s victory.

Both U.S. goals came in the second half, the first in the 48th minute when Sabrina Flores played a through ball to Hana Kerner, who fed Redei for the finish. The USA got its clincher in the 89th minute on a Kerner to Maddie Haley to Redei combination.

Goalkeeper Casey Murphy, who stands 6-foot-1, picked up the win for the USA after playing the second half in relief of Rose Chandler.

U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team Match Report
Match: U.S. U-18 WNT v. Mexico U-20 WNT
Date: Sunday, July 27, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Centro de Alto Rendimiento de la FMF; Mexico City, Mexico
Weather: 76 degrees

Scoring Summary:            1              2              F
USA                                        0              2              2
MEX                                      0              0              0                

USA – Zoe  Redei (Hana Kerner)                                      48th minute
USA – Zoe Redei (Imani Dorsey)                                    89

USA: 1-Rose Chandler (24-Casey Murphy, 46); 3-Gabby Matulich (capt.), 4-Niki Romero (2-Schuyler DeBree, 46), 5-Natalie Jacobs, 6-Dorian Bailey; 21-Kelcie Hedge (23-Hana Kerner, 23), 13-Katie Cousins (22-Michaela Abam, 86), 20-Sabrina Flores (16-Marley Canales, 80); 7-Zoe Redei, 9-Emily Ogle, 11-Imani Dorsey (12-Michelle Xiao, 46) (10-Madison Haley, 66)
Subs not used: 15-Ellie Jean, 17-Rebecca Rasmussen
Head Coach: April Heinrichs

MEX: 1-Celcia Santiago (capt.); 14-Clarissa Robles (13-Jaqueline Rodriguez), 3-Estefania Fuentes, 5-Paulina Solis, 2-Mariel Gutierrez; 8-Nancy Antonio, 17-Amanda Perez (18-Claudia Lopez, 61); 16-Taylor Alvarado (7-Jenny Chiu, 60), 10-Carolina Jaramillo, 11-Fabiola Ibarra (15-Mariana Cadena, 71); 24-Tanya Samarzich
Subs not used: 4-Greta Espinoza, 6-Karla Nieto, 9-Luz Duarte, 12-Emily Alvarado, 20-Ana Gabriela Paz, 21-Rebeca Bernal, 22-Vanessa Flores
Head Coach: Christopher Cuellar

Stats Summary: USA / MEX
Shots: 5 / 11
Shots on Goal: 4 / 3
Saves: 3 / 2
Corner Kicks: 3 / 4
Fouls: 10 / 8
Offside: 1 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
MEX – Estefania Fuentes (caution)                 55th minute
USA – Hana Kerner (caution)                           70

U.S. WNT Match Against Switzerland in Cary, North Carolina, is Sold Out

CHICAGO (July 25, 2014) – The U.S. Women’s National Team match against Switzerland on Wednesday, Aug. 20, at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina, is sold out. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET and fans can watch the game live on and also follow on Twitter @ussoccer_wnt and @ussoccer_esp.

The USA’s first match at WakeMed Soccer Park since the expansion to its current 10,000 capacity and the first sellout for the U.S. Women at this venue will also be the first meeting between the countries at the women’s senior level. This is a rare occurrence for the U.S. team, which has been playing international soccer for 29 years.

Switzerland is one of six nations that have already qualified for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup where it will join host Canada. Switzerland has won European Group 3 with one match left to play in qualifying, taking 25 points from nine games with an 8-0-1 record ahead of Iceland and Denmark. The achievement marks the first time Switzerland has qualified for a Women’s World Cup at the senior level.

2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup - Group B Capsules

(Tuesday, Aug. 5; 7 p.m. ET on ESPNU, WatchESPN)

U-20 Women’s World Cup history: Germany has had tremendous success in this tournament, winning it twice (2004 and 2010) and finishing second once and third twice. In fact, the only time the Germans did not finish in the top three was in Russia in 2006 when they fell to the USA 4-1 in the quarterfinal round. Germany has been in the last two U-20 Women’s World Cup Finals, winning at home in 2010 while scoring 20 goals in six games and defeating Nigeria 2-0 in the title game. Numerous players who have played for Germany at the U-20 level have gone on to star for the senior side.

How they got here: Germany fell in the semifinal of the 2013 UEFA U-19 Women’s Championship by a 2-1 score to eventual champion France, but the semifinal berth was good enough to book tickets to Canada. In group play, Germany demolished Norway 5-0, defeated Sweden 2-0 and drew with eventual fellow qualifier Finland 1-1. In the semifinal France’s Kadidiatou Diani scored twice in three minutes (62nd and 64th) and the Germans could only muster a stoppage time penalty kick from Pauline Bremer.

Head coach: Maren Meinert

Did you know: Head coach Maren Meinert played on Germany’s 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup championship team and was the MVP of the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) in 2003 with the Boston Breakers under former U.S. head coach Pia Sundhage. This will be her fifth U-20 Women’s World Cup at the helm of Germany.

(Friday, Aug. 8; 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU, WatchESPN)

U-20 World Cup history: Brazil has qualified for every edition of the tournament, finishing fourth in 2002 and 2004 (when they were led by two of the world’s best strikers in Marta and Cristiane) before coming third in 2006 (then they defeated the USA in a penalty kick shootout after the match ended 0-0). In 2008, Brazil lost 3-2 in the quarterfinal to a German side that went on to finish third, and were knocked out in the first phase in 2010, losing 1-0 to Korea DPR in their opening game before drawing 1-1 with Sweden. A 4-1 victory over New Zealand in the team’s last match was not enough to avoid elimination. In the most recent World Cup in 2012 in Japan, Brazil did not make it out of the group after drawing with Italy and Nigeria and losing to Korea Republic.

How they got here: Brazil arrives to Canada as South American champions for the sixth time. Brazil defeated fellow qualifier Paraguay 2-0 in the final, meaning that Brazil have now won every edition of the continental tournament at this age level. A penalty from Andressa opened the scoring 35 minutes into the first half after Ludmila was brought down in the area. In the second half, it was Ludmila’s turn to score when the striker received the ball from Andressa, dribbled past two defenders and slipped a shot past the keeper. Brazil finished the tournament with six wins and a draw, also defeating Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela, while drawing with Colombia, in group play, and took down Bolivia (3-0), Colombia (6-0) and Paraguay (2-0) in the final phase.

Head coach: Doriva Bueno

Did you know: Marta won the Silver Ball at this tournament in 2002 and the Golden Ball as the tournament’s top player in 2004.

(Tuesday, Aug. 12; 4 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and WatchESPN)

U-20 World Cup history: While Chinese women’s soccer has been down a bit of late, China does have a strong history in this tournament, having finished as runner-up in two consecutive U-20 Women’s World Cups in 2004 and 2006. The Chinese, however, have since failed to progress beyond the group phase. The Steel Rosebuds suffered an early exit in a difficult group also featuring eventual champions USA and semifinalists France at Chile 2008 and, after missing qualification for Germany 2010, they were eliminated during the group stage in Japan in 2012.

How they got here: China PR finished in third place in Asian qualifying tournament which they hosted to earn its berth to Canada. They opened with a 2-2 draw against the Korea Republic, fell 1-0 to Korea DPR and then earned a hard-fought and crucial 2-1 win over Australia, before drawing 2-2 against Japan. China wrapped up the tournament with a resounding 8-0 demolition of Myanmar to seal third place and qualification.

Head coach: Wang Jun

Did you know: China defeated the USA in a penalty kick shootout in the U-20 Women’s World Cup semifinal 2004 after the match had ended 0-0. It was the first game during the entire cycle that the USA had failed to score at least one goal.

U.S. U-18 WNT Draw 1-1 With Mexico U-20 WNT in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (July 25, 2014) – The U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team tied the Mexico U-20 Women’s National Team 1-1 in the first of two friendly matches to be played at Mexico’s National Training Center in Mexico City.

Mexico, which is preparing for the upcoming 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada, took the lead just after halftime when University of Washington midfielder Amanda Perez headed home a corner kick.

The USA tied the match eight minutes later when Imani Dorsey played through ball to forward Zoe Redei who dribbled into the penalty area and finished smartly into the lower corner.

The USA’s lineup featured seven players who were key members of the last U-17 Women’s National Team cycle, including goal scorer Reidei. Goalkeeper Rose Chandler, who was named to the USA’s 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Team, went the whole way in the nets.

The teams will meet again on July 27.

U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team Match Report

Match: U.S. U-18 WNT vs. Mexico U-20 WNT
Date: July 25, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Centro de Alto Rendimiento de la FMF; Mexico City, Mexico
Weather: 74 degrees

Scoring Summary:            1              2              F
USA                                        0              1              1
MEX                                      0              1              1                

MEX – Amanda Perez                                                       48th minute
USA – Zoe Redei (11-Imani Dorsey)                               56

USA: 1-Rose Chandler; 3-Gabby Matulich (capt.), 4-Niki Romero (22-Michaela Abam, 62), 5-Natalie Jacobs, 15-Ellie Jean; 17-Rebecca Rasmussen (23-Hana Kerner, 77), 16-Marley Canales (20-Sabrina Flores, 46), 6-Dorian Bailey (9-Emily Ogle, 46), 11-Imani Dorsey (21-Kelcie Hedge, 72); 13-Katie Cousins, 10-Madison Haley (7-Zoe Redei, 46)Subs not used: 2-Schuyler DeBree, 12-Michelle Xiao, 24-Casey Murphy
Head Coach: April Heinrichs

MEX: 1-Celcia Santiago (capt.); 15-Mariana Cadena (2-Mariel Gutierrez, 77), 5-Paulina Solis (4-Greta Espinoza, 57), 3-Estefania Fuentes, 13-Jaqueline Rodriguez (14-Clarissa Robles, 57); 17-Amanda Perez (18-Claudia Lopez, 60), 8-Nancy Antonio; 11-Fabiola Ibarra, 10-Carolina Jaramillo, 7-Jenny Chiu (16-Taylor Alvarado, 72); 24-Tanya Samarzich
Subs not used: 6-Karla Nieto, 9-Luz Duarte, 12-Emily Alvarado, 20-Ana Gabriela Paz, 21-Rebeca Bernal, 22-Vanessa Flores
Head Coach: Christopher Cuellar

Stats Summary: USA / MEX
Shots: 7 / 10
Shots on Goal: 3 / 3
Saves: 1 / 2
Corner Kicks: 0 / 6
Fouls: 6 / 2
Offside: 3 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Ellie Jean (Caution)                                 56th minute


Date Matchup Result Venue Attendance Goal Scorers
February 12, 2000 MNT vs Haiti 3-0 W Orange Bowl; Miami, Fla. 49,513 Kirovski, Wynalda, Jones
February 16, 2000 MNT vs Peru 1-0 W Orange Bowl; Miami, Fla. 36,004 Jones
February 19, 2000 MNT vs Colombia 2-2 D Orange Bowl; Miami, Fla. 32,972 Armas, McBride