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MAKING A LIST: Bruce Arena names 22-man roster
February 23rd, 2005 4PM
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U.S. coach Bruce Arena has named an all-MLS roster for training camp and home friendlies against Colombia (March 9) and Honduras (March 19) in preparation for World Cup qualifiers at Mexico (March 27) and vs. Guatemala (March 30).

European-based players are expected to begin arriving into camp March 20.

GOALKEEPERS
Jon Busch (Columbus Crew) 0 caps/0 goals
Joe Cannon (Colorado Rapids) 1/0
Kevin Hartman (Los Angeles Galaxy) 2/0

DEFENDERS
Chris Albright (Los Angeles Galaxy) 12/1
Nat Borchers (Colorado Rapids) 0/0
Frankie Hejduk (Columbus Crew) 61/5
Ritchie Kotschau (Colorado Rapids) 0/0
Chad Marshall (Columbus Crew) 0/0
Eddie Pope (Real Salt Lake) 67/6

MIDFIELDERS
Clint Dempsey (New England Revolution) 2/0
Eddie Gaven (MetroStars) 1/0
Kyle Martino (Columbus Crew) 3/0
Pablo Mastroeni (Colorado Rapids) 33/0
Clint Mathis (Real Salt Lake) 44/11
Brian Mullan (San Jose Earthquakes) 1/0
Ben Olsen (D.C. United) 22/4
Steve Ralston (New England Revolution) 17/2
Kerry Zavagnin (Kansas City Wizards) 10/0

FORWARDS
Brian Ching (San Jose Earthquakes) 5/2
Ed Johnson (F.C. Dallas) 4/6
Pat Noonan (New England Revolution) 1/0
Taylor Twellman (New England Revolution) 8/0



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