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U.S. Under-18 Men Take Third at Lisbon International

CHICAGO (June 4, 2007) - The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team won one match and lost two at the XIII Lisbon International Tournament in Lisbon, Portugal to take third place.

The U.S. opened their campaign against Finland, falling 3-1. In their next match against Norway, the Americans found themselves down 2-0 in the 26th minute, but a pair of goals from Peri Merosevic evened score, and a 68th minute strike from Andrew Weideman gave the U.S. a 3-2 victory. In their final game against the hosts, the U.S. fell 4-0.

The U.S. Under-18 team is in the midst of preparations for the PanAmerican games, which take place in Brazil in July, and the SBS Cup in Japan in August.

U.S. U-18 MNT Results
Date                  Opponent                      Result                 U.S. Goal Scorer(s)
May 30              Finland                          1-3 L                     Peri Marosevic
May 31              Norway                       3-2 W                    Marosevic (2), Weideman
June 2              Portugal                         0-4 L                     ----


U-18 Roster by Position
GOALKEEPERS (2):Brandon Bumpas, Brian Perk
DEFENDERS (5): Shawn Barry, Greg Eckhardt, Blair Gavin, Colin Givens, Hunter Jumper
MIDFIELDERS (5): Danny Barrera, Gabriel Hoyos, Ian Kalis, Dan Kelly, Danny Rodriguez, Andrew Wiedeman
FORWARDS (2): Danny Cruz, Matt Kassel, Peri Marosevic, Brian Ownby

U.S. U-18 Men Fall to Portugal

LISBON, Portugal (June 2, 2007) – The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team won one match and lost two at the XIII Lisbon International Tournament in Lisbon, Portugal to take third place. The U.S. opened their campaign against Finland, falling 3-1.

In their next match against Norway, the Americans found themselves down 2-0 in the 26th minute, but a pair of goals from Peri Merosevic evened score, and a 68th minute strike from Andrew Weideman gave the U.S. a 3-2 victory. In their final game against the hosts, the U.S. fell 4-0. Peri Marosevic led the team in the tournament with three goals, while Andrew Weideman added one, and Daniel Cruz tallied two assists.

The U.S. Under-18 team is in the midst of preparations for the PanAmerican games, which take place in Brazil in July, and the SBS Cup in Japan in August.


U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. Portugal
Competition: XIII Lisbon International Tournament.
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Date: June 2, 2007
Weather: Sunny, 75 degrees

Scoring Summary
                   1   2    F
USA           0   0    0               
Portugal    1   3    4

POR – Vitor (Lima)  6th min.
POR – Carvalhas   56.
POR – Matias (Ferandes) 78.
POR – Amaral   88.

Lineups:
USA: 1-Brian Perk (18 Brandon Bumpas, 75), 19-Shawn Barry, 7-Blair Gaven, (20 Ryan Finley, 78) 3-Greg Eckhardt, 15 Daniel Kelly  6-Daniel Cruz (21- Brian Ownby, 61), 8-Danny Barrera, 14-Matt Kassel (17-Andrew Weideman, 65), 11-Ian Kalis, 10-Peri Marosevic, 13-Daniel Rodriguez (12 Hunter Jumper, 79)
Head Coach: Bob Jenkins

POR: 1-Ricardo Neves, 4-Miguel Vitor,  8-Romeu Ribeiro (16 Carlos Amaral, 68), 10-Marco Matias, 11-Rabiola, 18-Cristiano Araujo (3 Andre Pinto, 39), 13-Andre Santos, 2-Valter Fernandes, 7-Andre Carvalhas, 5-Ruben Lima (14 Alexandra Sa, 68), 15-Fabio Faria 

Statistical Summary:
                             USA  POR
Shots:                  6       10
Shots on Goal:   2        8
Saves:                 4        2
Corner kicks:     4        4
Fouls:                 16     15
Offsides:            2         2


Misconduct Summary:
USA – Kalis  caution  62nd
POR – Rabiola  caution 74.
USA – Barrera  ejection 76.
USA – Gaven  caution 87.

 

U.S. Under-18 MNT Comes From Behind To Beat Norway

LISBON, Portugal (May 30, 2007) – The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team came from behind to beat Norway 3-2 at the XIII Lisbon International Tournament in Lisbon, Portugal.


U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. Norway
Competition: XIII Lisbon International Tournament.
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Date: May 31, 2007
Weather: Sunny, 75 degrees

Scoring Summary:
                       1   2    F
USA               1   2    3              
Norway         2   0    2

NOR – Hoiland (Lekaj)  11th min.
NOR -  Hoiland   26.
USA – Marosevic (Gaven) 35.
USA -  Marosevic (Cruz) 63.
USA -  Weideman (Ownby) 68.

Lineups:
USA: 1-Brian Perk, 19-Shawn Barry, 2-Colin Givens, (7-Blair Gaven, 21 (5-Gabriel Hoyos, 90)) 3-Greg Eckhardt, 15-Danny Kelly, 6-Daniel Cruz (21- Brian Ownby, 66), 8-Danny Barrera (17-Andrew Weideman, 66), 14-Matt Kassel, 11-Ian Kalis, 10-Peri Marosevic, 13-Daniel Rodriguez
Head Coach: Bob Jenkins

NOR: 1-Bernhard Nyheim , 10-Tommy Hoiland (16 Jo Sondre Ass, 54), 18- Fredrik Gulsvik (11 Marius Enger, 70), 9-Rocky Lekaj, 6-Andreas Andersen, 7-Martn Elvestad (15-Albert Bebatovic, 88), 8-Thomas Bendiksen, 5-Rolf Vikstol, 14-Eirik Henriksen , 3-Andreas Aakre , 2-Lars Ramstad 


Statistical Summary:
                            USA     NOR
Shots:                  8          8
Shots on Goal:   5         4
Saves:                 2          2
Corner kicks:     4          6
Fouls:                 7           9
Offsides:            6           2


Misconduct Summary:
NOR – Rolf Vikstol (caution)  52nd min.
USA – Colin Givens (caution)  80.

 

U.S. U-18 Men Fall to Finland in Lisbon Tournament

LISBON, Portugal (May 30, 2007) – The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team fell to Finland in the XIII Lisbon International Tournament by a final score of 3-1.

Finland scored early, knocking one in in the seventh minute but Peri Marosevic got on the end of a pass from Daniel Cruz to tie the match in the 25th minute. Finland came back in the 29th minute and an own goal in the 54th finished off the scoring.

U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. Finland
Competition: XIII Lisbon International Tournament.
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Date: May 30, 2007
Weather: Sunny, 75 degrees

Scoring Summary:   1   2   F
USA                              1   0   1 
Finland                        2   1   3

FIN – Pukki                          7th minute.
USA – Marosevic (Cruz)    25.
FIN – Pukki                          29.
FIN – Own Goal                  54.

Lineups:
USA: 1-Brian Perk, 19-Shawn Barry, 7-Blair Gavin (5-Gabriel Hayes, 46 (Brian Ownby, 76)), 2-Colin Gavens, 3-Greg Eckhardt, 15-Danny Kelly, 6-Daniel Cruz, 8-Danny Barrera (14-Matt Kassel, 46), 11-Ian Kalis, 20-Ryan Finley (17-Andrew Weideman, 74), 10-Peri Marosevic
Subs not used: none.
Head Coach: Bob Jenkins

FIN: 1-Lukas Hradecky, 2-Tomi Fjader, 5-Kalle Maninen, 13-Joni Vuorinin, 6-Jere Halme, 7-Janne Tomanen, 18-Jess Saarinen, 17-Riku Riski (3-Sakari Mattila, 84), 10-Patrick Lomski, 8-Valeri Minkenen (11-Werner Kaitila, 59), 16-Teemu Pukki (15-Tommi Siekken, 67)

Statistical Summary: USA   FIN
Shots                               12       8
Shots on goal                  3        4
Saves                                2        3
Fouls                                16     10
Corner Kicks                    4        0
Offside                              1        0

Misconduct Summary:
N/A

U-18 MNT Fall to U-17s

BRADENTON, Fla. (March 7, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team defeated the U-18 MNT, 1-0, this afternoon at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla.

Alex Dixon scored the winning goal for the U-17s in the 55th minute.

U.S. Under-17 ‘90 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USAU18 MNT vs. U17MNT
Competition: Scrimmage
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: March 7, 2007
Weather:  72 degrees

Scoring Summary:
                        1     2      F
U17                0     1     1
U18                0     0     0

U17 – Alex Dixon (Dominguez)            55th minute 

Lineups:
USA:  18-Zac MacMath; 33-Tre Perry; 21-Chris Klute (5-Matt Uy, 82); 28-Brice Carr; 23-Christian Ibeagha (Brandon Zimmerman, 71); 12-Kirk Urso;  36-Nick Millington; 10-Bryan Dominguez; 22-Eder Arreola (20-Alex Dixon, 24); 11-Abdusalam Ibrahim; 32-Billy Schuler
Head Coach: John Hackworth

U18:  Kevin Klasila; Hunter Jumper (Ian Kalis, 75); TJ Cyrus; Shawn Berry (Jalil Anibaba, 72); Mark Wysolki; Andrew Duran; William Velasquez (Jimmy Simpson, 70); Danny Cruz (Andrew Wiedeman, 35); Mike Green (Ricky Character, 61); Chris Agorsor (Casey McCool, 70); Brian Ownby
Subs not used: Alen Acevedo; Jose Batista; Sean Flatley; Andrew Giallombardo; Warren Gross; Jamel Johnson; Matt Kassel; Diego Mayanga; Joe Parsons;
Head Coach: Bob Jenkins

Statistical Summary:
                            USA    U18
Shots                     9         3  
Shots on goal      5         1
Saves                    0         4
Fouls                     9         7
Corner Kicks       1          0
Offside                  3          2

Misconduct Summary:
U18 – Danny Cruz Caution                     26th minute
U18 – Jimmy Simpson Caution            86.

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