U.S. WNT END RESIDENCY, MEET AUSTRALIA ON WEDNESDAY IN MINN.;
A-LEAGUE VS. MLS IN U.S. OPEN CUP 4TH ROUND BATTLES TUESDAY
AFTER LAST WEEK OF CAMP, “QUEST FOR SUMMER GLORY” TOUR PICKS UP IN MINN.: The U.S. Olympic Women's Soccer Team broke camp Sunday after spending almost four months in training during the Olympic Residency Camp at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif. The U.S. team began training on April 5 and logged almost 60 days of training during that time at the state-of-the-art Home Depot Center, sandwiched around week-long breaks, travel for matches, four domestic games and the action in the WUSA Festivals. During the April 5 to July 18 Olympic Residency Camp, the U.S. team played numerous scrimmages, underwent more than a few "double-days" and came together as team during the fifth residency camp for a world championship event in U.S. Women's National Team history. The U.S. team travels to Minnesota on Monday in preparation for facing Australia on Wednesday, July 21 at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. The match will kick off at 6 p.m. CT and will be broadcast live on ESPN2. The USA will play an Olympic send-off match in East Hartford, Conn., against China on Aug. 1 at Rentschler Field in a match broadcast live on ESPN2 at 3 p.m. ET, before leaving for Greece where the U.S. women open Olympic competition on Aug. 11 against the host country in Heraklio on the island of Crete. Tickets for the Australia match are still on sale at all Minnesota and Wisconsin area Ticketmaster outlets, including Rainbow Foods, Dayton’s, Hy-Vee Foods, Marshall Field’s and Mervyn’s California. Tickets are available by phone by calling one of the following numbers – 651-989-5151 (Minneapolis); 218-727-2121 (Duluth); 507-625-7919 (Mankato); 507-252-1010 (Rochester); 320-253-3131 (St. Cloud) – or visiting ussoccer.com. The U.S. is 3-0-1 in the first four games of the six-game "Quest for Summer Glory" Tour.
WNT “Quest for Summer Glory” Tour Results
Date Opponent Result U.S. Goal Scorers Venue; City Attendance
April 24 Brazil 5-1 W Foudy, Wambach (2), Welsh, Hamm Legion Field; Birmingham, Ala. 11,527
May 9 Mexico 3-0 W Parlow, Hamm, Chalupny University Stadium; Albuquerque, N.M. 17,805
June 6 Japan 1-1 T Wambach Cardinal Stadium; Louisville, Ky. 7,525
July 3 Canada 1-0 W Mitts The Coliseum; Nashville, Tenn. 9,110
Date Opponent Venue; City Kickoff (Local) / TV
July 21 Australia National Sports Center; Blaine, Minn. 6 p.m. CT / ESPN2
Aug. 1 China Rentschler Field; Hartford, Conn. 3 p.m. ET / ESPN2
U.S. MEN TO OPEN SEMIFINAL WORLD CUP QUALIFYING ON AUG. 18 VS. JAMAICA: The U.S. Men’s National Team will open the semifinal round of FIFA World Cup Qualifying in Jamaica on Aug. 18 at National Stadium in Kingston at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. local) live on ESPN2. The six-game, round-robin group continues with the U.S. at home versus El Salvador at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass., on Sept. 4 at 4 p.m. ET and then on the road to meet Panama at Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City on Sept. 8 at 9 p.m. ET (8 p.m. local). The four-team group concludes with a road game on Oct. 9 in El Salvador and then consecutive home games on Oct. 13 (against Panama) and Nov. 17 in Columbus, Ohio (against Jamaica). The semifinal round consists of three four-team groups playing a six-game round robin competition, with the top two finishers from each group moving onto the final round of qualifying in 2005.
MNT FIFA World Cup Qualifying Schedule – Semifinal Round
Date Opponent Venue; City Kickoff / TV
Aug. 18 Jamaica National Stadium; Kingston, Jamaica 7 p.m. ET / ESPN2
Sept. 4 El Salvador Gillette Stadium; Foxboro, Mass. 4 p.m. ET / Telemundo
Sept. 8 Panama Estadio Rommel Fernández 9 p.m. ET / TBD
Oct. 9 El Salvador TBD (away) TBD / TBD
Oct. 13 Panama RFK Stadium; Washington, D.C. TBD / TBD
Nov. 17 Jamaica Crew Stadium; Columbus, Ohio TBD / TBD
U.S. OPEN CUP 4th ROUND CONTINUES TUESDAY; QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS SET: The fourth round of the 2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup began last week, with the San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) winning the first of six MLS–A-League battles, downing the A-League Portland Timbers 3-0 on July 14. Six of the remaining seven matches will take place on Tuesday (July 20) and one on Wednesday (July 21), with the other five A-League teams all looking to provide the first major upset of the tournament while hosting matches at their respective home stadiums. In the two inter-league matches, the Colorado Rapids meet the Dallas Burn at the Cotton Bowl, while the defending Open Cup champion Chicago Fire travel east to face rival Columbus Crew.
Fourth Round Results
# Date Result
25 July 14 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) 3, Portland Timbers (A) 0
Fourth Round Schedule
# Date Match-up Venue; City Kickoff (local)
26 July 20 Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) at Minnesota Thunder (A) Metrodome; Minneapolis, Minn. 7 p.m. CT
27 July 20 Colorado Rapids (MLS) at Dallas Burn (MLS) Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas 7 p.m. CT
28 July 20 Rochester Rhinos (A) at New England Revolution (MLS) Lusitano Stadium; Ludlow, Mass. 7:30 p.m. ET
29 July 20 Chicago Fire (MLS) at Columbus Crew (MLS) Crew Stadium; Columbus, Ohio 7:30 p.m. ET
30 July 20 Kansas City Wizards (MLS) at Atlanta Silverbacks (A) DeKalb Stadium; Clarkston, Ga. 7:45 p.m. ET
31 July 20 MetroStars (MLS) at Charleston Battery (A) Blackbaud Stadium; Charleston, S.C. 7:30 p.m. ET
32 July 21 D.C. United (MLS) at Richmond Kickers (A) Univ. of Richmond Stadium; Richmond, Va. 7 p.m. ET
# Date Match-up Venue; City Kickoff (local)
33 Aug. 4 Winner 25 vs. Winner 26
San Jose Earthquakes at Los Angeles Galaxy Titan Stadium; Fullerton, Calif. 7: 30 p.m. PT
San Jose Earthquakes at Minnesota Thunder James Griffin Stadium; St. Paul, Minn. 7 p.m. CT
34 Aug. 4 Winner 27 vs. Winner 30
Colorado Rapids or Dallas Burn at Kansas City Wizards Blue Valley Complex; Overland Park, Kan. 7:30 p.m. CT
Colorado Rapids or Dallas Burn at Atlanta Silverbacks Dekalb Memorial Stadium; Clarkston, Ga. 7:45 p.m. ET
35 Aug. 4 Winner 29 vs. Winner 32
Chicago Fire or Columbus Crew at Richmond Kickers Univ. of Richmond Stadium; Richmond, Va. 7 p.m. ET
Chicago Fire or Columbus Crew at D.C. United RFK Stadium; Washington, D.C. 7:30 p.m. ET
36 Aug. 4 Winner 28 vs. Winner 31
MetroStars or Charleston Battery at Rochester Raging Rhinos Frontier Field; Rochester, N.Y. 7:30 p.m. ET
New England Revolution at MetroStars Yurcak Field; Piscataway, N.J. 7:30 p.m. ET
New England Revolution at Charleston Battery Blackbaud Stadium; Charleston, S.C. 7:30 p.m. ET
– U.S. YOUTH NATIONAL TEAMS UPDATE –
U-21 WNT HEADS TO ICELAND FOR 2004 NORDIC CUP: The U.S. Under-21 Women’s National Team left for Iceland on Sunday, flying out of New York's JFK airport after spending a few hours enjoying the sites of Manhattan despite a rainy day. The U.S. team will encounter a much different landscape at the Nordic Cup, traveling to northern Iceland, not far from the Arctic Circle, as they attempt to win the USA U-21's sixth consecutive Nordic Cup title. The U-21s warmed up for the trip with a well-played 1-0 win over the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team at the end of a quick three-day training camp in New Jersey. Midfielder Joanna Lohman converted a second-half penalty kick for the game's lone goal after midfielder Sarah Huffman was taken down in the penalty area. It was Lohman's eighth goal of the year for the U-21s. The 14th Annual Nordic Cup will be held July 23-29. The USA, which was placed in Group B, opens the tournament against Finland on Friday, July 23, in Dalvik, and then faces Norway on Sunday, July 25, in Olafsfjordur. The U.S. will finish first-round play against Germany on Tuesday, July 27, in Dalvik. Group A features Sweden, Iceland, Denmark and England. All four placement matches are set for Thursday, July 29. Held in Northern Europe every summer, the Nordic Cup is the top competition in the world for U-21 women and the focus of the USA’s oldest youth national team during its seven-month run-up to the prestigious competition. Petrucelli chose six veterans of past Nordic Cups and included in the 18-player roster are six players who were members of the USA’s 2002 Under-19 World Championship. Forwards Manya Makoski and Kelly Wilson, midfielders Huffman and Lori Chalupny, and defenders Jill Oakes and Keeley Dowling were all part of the U.S. U-19 team that defeated Canada 1-0 in overtime at the 2002 U-19 World Championship Final in Edmonton in front of almost 50,000 fans. The top two finishers in each group will cross over to play for the championship, while the two second place finishers will play for third, the third place finishers for fifth and the last place finishers in the groups will vie for seventh place.
U-21 WNT 2004 Nordic Cup Schedule
July 23 Finland
July 25 Norway
July 27 Germany
July 29 Placement Match
U-21 WNT 2004 Nordic Cup Roster
GOALKEEPERS (2): Nicole Barnhart (Stanford), Kati Jo Spisak (Texas A&M); DEFENDERS (5): Keeley Dowling, (Tennessee), Jenny Farenbaugh (Stanford), Lindsey Huie (Portland), Haley Hunt (Stanford), Jill Oakes (UCLA); MIDFIELDERS (7): Lori Chalupny (North Carolina), Sarah Huffman (Virginia), Carli Lloyd (Rutgers), Joanna Lohman (Penn State), Julianne Sitch (Depaul), Nikki Thaden (Texas), Kacey White (North Carolina); FORWARDS (4): Natasha Kai (Hawaii), Esmeralda Negron (Princeton), Manya Makoski (ArizonaState), Kelly Wilson (Texas).
U-20 MNT DRAW WITH DENMARK, GET SET TO FACE TURKEY, WALES IN MILK CUP: The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team had the lead twice, but ended up allowing Denmark to find equalizing goals to finish their opening match of the 2004 Milk Cup in Northern Ireland in a 2-2 draw. Midfielder Stuart Holden was involved in both of the U.S. goals, scoring the opening goal in the 40th minute and then assisting on Chad Barrett's goal in the 71st. Denmark was able to strike back in the 49th and 77th minutes to snag one point from the match as the two teams sit tied for second place in Group 2 after one match. The U-20s will next face Turkey on Monday, July 19 at the Ballymena Showgrounds before finishing group play in the eight-team tournament against Wales at the Coleraine Showgrounds on July 21. Depending on how they finish in Group 2, the U.S. will play for their final standing on July 23 in the placement match, going up against the team in Group 1 (Brazil, Russia, Northern Ireland and Israel) that finishes in the same position. The Milk Cup will help head coach Thomas Rongen continue to prepare for the CONCACAF U-20 Qualifying Tournament in January 2005.
U-20 MNT Results / Schedule
Date Opponent Results U.S. Goal Scorers
July 17 Denmark 2-2 T Holden, Barrett
July 19 Turkey
July 21 Wales
July 23 Placement Match
U.S. U-19 WOMEN FINISH CAMP, LOOK TOWARD ASIAN TOUR: The U.S. Under-19 Women's National Team completed a 12-day camp in New Jersey yesterday with a 1-0 loss to the U.S. U-21 Women's National Team. The hard fought match came after almost two weeks of training and double-days for the U-19s, who were in their first training camp since qualifying for the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Championship that will be held in Thailand in November. Three veterans of the USA CONCACAF qualifying roster, forward Kerri Hanks (the leading scorer at the CONCACAF qualifying tournament), midfielder Sheree Gray and New Jersey's Nikki Krzysik, did not play against the U-21s as they were nursing slight injuries. On July 14, the U-19s played the Long Island Lady Rough Riders of the USL W-League, recording a 3-0 win while getting all three goals from players who were not on the qualifying roster as Jessica Rostedt scored twice and Jaime Gilbert added another. Three CONCACAF qualifying veterans added the assists as New Jersey's Jen Redmond, Megan Rapinoe and Kia McNeil set up the goals. The U-19s will next be in action during a still-to-be-finalized tour of China next month, which will serve as excellent preparation for the U-19 World Championship in Thailand.
U-19 WNT Results
Date Opponent Results U.S. Goal Scorers
July 14 Long Island Lady Roughriders 3-0 W Rostedt (2), McNeil
July 18 U.S. U-21 WNT 0-1 L -
U-18 MNT KICK OFF USASA SOCCER FESTIVAL AGAINST BAVARIANS ON TUESDAY: The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team will kick off the USASA Soccer Festival against the Milwaukee Bavarians on Tuesday, July 20 at 8 p.m. CT in Milwaukee, Wis. The U.S. will then face the USASA Men’s National Select Team on Thursday, July 22 before finishing the tournament against the Milwaukee Kickers on Saturday, July 24. Head coach Bob Jenkins has brought a 22-player squad for the tournament. The team arrived on Friday and has held two-a-day training sessions for the past three days in preparation for their first match on Tuesday.
U.S. U-18 USASA Soccer Festival Roster
GOALKEEPERS (3): Cain Chey (Aurora, Ill.), Stephen Sandbo (Columbus, Ohio), Chris Seitz (San Luis Obispo, Calif.); DEFENDERS (7): Greg Folk (Woodland Hills, Calif.), Jamie Franks (Medford, N.J.), Lionel Cruz (Round Rock, Texas), Jamil Roberts (Fremont, Calif.), Diego Martinez (Flushings, N.Y.), Pat Marion (Coto de Caza, Calif.), Mike Vallie (Rockville, Md.); MIDFIELDERS (6): Drew Harrison (Roanoke, Va.), Anthony Beltran (Claremont, Calif.), Michael Konicoff (Montebello, N.Y.), Brad Ring (Rockford, Ill.), Lee Ngyuen (Richardson, Texas), Ryan Maduro (Bristol, R.I.); FORWARDS (6): Ely Allen (Kent, Wash.), Steven Bickford (Cary, N.Y.), Rich Costanzo (Jefferson Hills, Penn.), Michele Grella (Glen Cove, N.Y.), Danny Haro (Hialeah, Fla.), Jacob Peterson (Portage, Mich.)
U-17 MEN DEFEAT CANADA 3-2, NEXT PLAY CRUZ AZUL IN MINNESOTA: Eddie Ababio scored the winning goal in his first international match to give the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team a 3-2 win over Canada on Saturday evening in front of 2,525 fans at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. The U.S. came back to tie the match twice before Ababio scored the game winner in the 65th minute, just a few minutes after coming on as a reserve. After falling behind 1-0 in the 23rd minute, defender Ofori Sarkodie headed home a Ryan Soroka corner kick to the far post past Canadian goalkeeper Asmir Begovic. Canada broke the tie once again in the 49th minute as Mike D’Agostino pounced on a deflection in mid-air just inside the 18-yard line and hit snap header into the upper-right side of the goal. The U.S. found the equalizer once again in the 58th minute with a beautifully combination play on the right flank that ended with Carlos Borja crossing to Quavas Kirk for a wide-open goal from the six-yard box. Seven minutes later, Ababio gave the U-17s the victory scoring just three minutes after coming on as a substitute when he collected a Dax McCarty header that sent him through one-on-one with the keeper and he calmly slotted the ball into the back of the net. The U.S. came away with the win despite playing against an older Canadian squad as the U.S. roster is mainly filled with players born in 1988, while Canada’s squad is primarily players born a year earlier in 1987. U.S. head coach John Ellinger did start six ‘87s, putting goalkeeper Marcus Rein, defender Julian Valentin, and midfielders Adam Sloustcher, Danny Szetela, Eric Avila and Dax McCarty on the field. The U.S. will next face another older team when they meet U-18 Cruz Azul, a famous club team in Mexico, on Monday, July 19 at 7:35 p.m. in Blaine, before facing Canada once again a day later.
U-17 MNT Results / Schedule
Date Opponent Result U.S. Goal Scorers
July 17 Canada 3-2 W Sarkodie, Kirk, Ababio
July 19 Cruz Azul
July 20 Canada
U-17 WNT BEGIN CAMP AT HOME DEPOT CENTER: On Sunday (July 18), the day that the U.S. Women's National Team broke Olympic Residency Camp at the U.S. National Team Training Center in Carson, Calif., the U.S. U-17 WNT hit the field, occupying Field 1 at the Home Depot Center that had been vacated just hours before by the senior team. U.S. U-17 WNT Head Coach David Smith will put 24 players through a camp from July 18-25, during which they will scrimmage two boys teams. Smith, an assistant to Tracey Leone on the 2002 U-19 Women's World Championship winners will be assisted by Pat Baker, who guided Florida State to the NCAA Final Four last season, and Karen Hoppa, also a member of Leone's staff in Canada in 2002. Following is the roster for the U-17 WNT Training Camp.
U-17 WNT Training Camp Roster (July 18-25)
GOALKEEPERS (2); Dianna Pfenninger (Sugar Land, Texas), Megan McCray (San Francisco, Calif.); DEFENDERS (7): Ameera Abdullah (Denver, Colo.), Jenna Blecher (Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.), Allison Fries (Dublin, Ohio), Amanda Lernor (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Kasey Moore (Mission Viejo, Calif.), Stefani Rocco (Sacramento, Calif.), Caroline Walden (Guilford, Conn.); MIDFIELDERS (8): Kiara Bosio (Mission Viejo, Calif.), Cydney Currie (Irving, Texas), Courtney Lewis (Mission Viejo, Calif.), Lindsay Lum (Houston, Texas), Mandy Moraca (Mantua, N.J.), Jennifer Om (Fairfax, Va.), Laura Grace Robinson (Houston, Texas), Courtney Rosen (Brecksville, Ohio); FORWARDS (7): Lauren Cheney (Indianapolis, Ind.), Amy Rodriguez (Lake Forest, Calif.), Kylee Rossi (Pennington, N.J.), Kaila Sciascia (North Port, N.Y.), Lauren Shapiro (Phoenix, Ariz.), Erika Sutton (Arvada, Colo.), Brittany Taylor (Campbell Hall, N.Y.).
U.S. U-16 GIRL'S COMPLETE TOUR OF BRAZIL: The U.S. U-16 Girl's National Team finished its tour of Brazil this weekend and picked up some positive results in the team’s only trip abroad in 2004. It was the first-ever trip to Brazil for this age group. Head coach Sue Montagne-Patberg and assistant coach Jillian Ellis, the former U.S. U-21 Women's National Team head coach, led the team to a 3-0 win over Juventus Club on July 15 as Nikki Washington scored two goals and Kelley O'Hara got the other. The young U.S. team then played to a scoreless draw against Gaurani Club in Campinas, a suburb of Sao Paulo, before losing 2-1 to Santos on Sunday at the University of Sao Paulo. The U.S. roster featured five players from the N.Y./N.J. area and three players from Arizona, as well as Casey Nogueira, the daughter of indoor soccer goalkeeping legend, Victor Nogueira.
U-16 GNT Results - Brazil Tour
Date Opponent Results U.S. Goal Scorers
July 15 Juventus FC 3-0 W Washinton (2), O'Hara
July 17 Gaurani 0-0 T --
July 18 Santos 1-2 L unavailable
– AROUND THE SOCCER NATION –
FUTSAL TEAM HEADS TO COSTA RICA FOR FINAL ROUND QUALIFYING: The U.S. Futsal National Team will head to Heredia, Costa Rica on Monday (July 19) to compete at the 2004 CONCACAF Futsal Final Round Qualification Tournament from July 23-August 1. The U.S. will open its qualifying campaign against Panama on July 24, and will also face Guyana on July 26 before finishing group play on July 28 against Cuba. The U.S. will hope to advance to the semifinals on July 30, where the winners of the two semifinal matches will qualify for the 2004 FIFA Futsal World Championship being played from Nov. 21 to Dec. 5 in Chinese Taipei. Both finalists will play for the CONCACAF crown on July 31. The U.S. earned a spot in the eight-team final round competition after sweeping Honduras 7-1 in a two game series (5-1, 2-0) in late May in Milwaukee, Wis. Eight of the 12 players on head coach Keith Tozer’s final round roster appeared for the U.S. in that series, with Greg Howes, Joel Shanker and Danny Kelly each recording goals. All 12 players on the U.S. roster played in the MISL last season, and one half of the roster – as well as head coach Keith Tozer – represented the Milwaukee Wave and Baltimore Blast in the MISL Championship Series this spring.
Futsal NT Roster
GOALKEEPERS (2): Scott Hileman, Brett Phillips; DEFENDERS (3): Sean Bowers, Lee Tschantret, Pat White; MIDFIELDERS (3): John Ball, Danny Kelly, Joel Shanker; FORWARDS (4): Don D’Ambra, Todd Dusoky, Andy Guastaferro, Greg Howes.
HOSTS AND SCHEDULE SET FOR PDL 2004 CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS: The United Soccer Leagues announced this week that Carolina, Central Florida, Fresno and Fort Wayne will serve as hosts of the 2004 Conference Playoffs to be held the weekend of July 23-25. The Eastern Conference tournament opens Friday in Carolina with the conference semifinals beginning at 5:30 p.m. ET. Mid-Atlantic Division member Williamsburg Legacy will face the unbeaten South Jersey Barons of the Northeast Division, and host Carolina Dynamo faces the defending two-time champion Cape Cod Crusaders. The final will be Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The Southern Conference tournament begins Friday at 6 p.m. ET. Host Central Florida Kraze will start off against the first-year DFW Tornados, and the Cocoa Expos face the El Paso Patriots, formerly of the A-League. The final will be Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. The Central Conference tournament begins Friday at 6 p.m. ET, with host Fort Wayne Fever facing off against 2003 finalist Chicago Fire Reserves and the Michigan Bucks matching up against 2002 finalists Boulder Rapids Reserve. The final will be Saturday at 8:30 p.m. ET. Western Conference tournament action begins Friday at 8 p.m. ET, with host Fresno Fuego taking on the Cascade Surge and Orange County Blue Star facing the Spokane Shadow. The final is Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET. The conference tournament winners advance to the PDL semifinals next weekend. The PDL champions will be determined Saturday, August 7, in a game broadcast on Fox Sports World.
*** “CENTER CIRCLE” SPOTLIGHT ***
PEAK PERFORMER: Brazil and Adriano turned up the heat on the Copa America on Sunday night with a 4-0 thrashing of Mexico in Piura, Peru. Adriano scored twice in the second-half to lead Brazil to victory, increasing his tournament leading goal tally to five in four games. The victory sets up a classic Copa America final four, with Argentina facing Colombia in Tuesday’s first semifinal and Brazil facing Uruguay on Wednesday. Between them, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay have won nine World Cups. The winners will meet in the Copa America final on Sunday in Lima, Peru.
MARQUEE MATCH-UP: In a preview of their first-round Olympic match-up, the U.S. Women’s National Team takes on Australia in a rare Wednesday night match for the WNT. After meeting on July 21 on ESPN2 at 6 p.m. CT in Blaine, Minn., the teams will meet again in on Aug. 17 in Thessaloniki, Greece in their Group G finale at the 2004 Olympics. Fans can also follow the game from Minnesota live on ussoccer.com’s Matchtracker, presented by Philips.
SOCCER SHOCKER: The longest winless streak in Chicago Fire history hit seven games on the weekend as the Fire settled for a 1-1 draw with the MetroStars at Soldier Field this past weekend. The 2003 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup champions have produced only six goals during the dry spell that began June 12, assembling an 0-4-3 record while surrendering 12 goals. The Fire's last victory came June 5 against D.C. United.
QUOTABLE: “I always looked up to Landon (Donovan), Bobby (Convey), DaMarcus (Beasley), all the young guys that came through U-17 Residency and now are with the full U.S. men’s team.” – Danny Szetela on the players he looks up to in MLS after following in their footsteps as a young professional coming out of U.S. Soccer's U-17 Residency Program