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U-17 '90 MNT Draw 2-2 With Georgia State Team

BRADENTON, Fla. (January 15, 2006) - The U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team drew 2-2 with the Georgia State Team this afternoon in their second match of 2006 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

The U.S. looked as if they would take a lead into halftime when Jared Jeffrey buried a pass from Abdus Ibrahim in the 43rd minute, but Georgia bounced back two minutes later to pull even.

Georgia took the lead in the 50th minute, but this time it was the U.S. finding the equalizer in the 79th minute when Brandon Tarr finished off a pass from Matt Uy.

The U.S. will next face the Illinois OPD on Jan. 16, a rematch of their meeting just two days ago, a 2-0 victory for the U.S.

U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team Match Report

Participants: U.S. Under-17 ‘90s Men’s National Team vs. Georgia State Team
Competition: Friendly
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: Jan. 15, 2006
Weather: Sunny, 65 degrees

Scoring Summary:   
                 1st      2nd      Final
USA           1         1            2
GA             1         1            2

USA – Jared Jeffrey (Abdus Ibrahim)             43rd minute
GA - n/a                                                                45.
Ga - n/a                                                                50.
USA - Brandon Tarr (Matt Uy)                          79.

USA: 33-Chris Miller; 22-Sheanon Williams, 21-Mykell Bates, 37-Brek Shea, 5-Ian Kalis; 30-Matt Uy, 28-Tevin Jackson (12-David MacVane, 46 ; 32-Temi Molinar, 88)), 14-Jared Jeffrey, 26-Axel Levry (20-Brandon Tarr, 46); 35-Abdus Ibrahim (38-Jesse Paredes, 70), 39-Bryan Dominguez.

GA: n/a

Statistical Summary:
                               USA     GA
Shots                      16        10
Saves                       1         3
Fouls                      14         7
Corner Kicks           3         3
Offside                      2         1

Misconduct Summary:
USA - Sheanon Williams (caution)      39th minute
GA - n/a (caution)                                     72.