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U.S. SOCCER: U-20 men manage only one win at USASA Festival
August 6th, 2002 11:51AM



Coach Thomas Rongen's U.S. U-20 squad managed only one win in four games at the U.S. Amateur Soccer Festival in Houston, Texas last week.

The Americans, who are preparing for qualifying for the 2003 U-20 World Cup, opened with a 2-1 win over the USASA East Region squad on goals by Devin Barclay and Justin Mapp.

They played to a scoreless tie with USASA South Region before suffering a 2-1 loss to Canada and tying Mexico, 0-0. The USA played the last 26 minutes against Mexico with a man advantage.

The U-20 CONCACAF qualifying tournament takes place in November.


Aug. 2 in Houston

USA 1, Canada 2. Goals: Ricardo Clark (Bobby Convey) 84; n/a 14, n/a 87.

USA -- Steve Cronin, C.J. Klaas, Chad Marshall, Ryan Cochrane, Chefik Simo (Stephen Shirley, 71), Ricardo Clark, Jordan Stone (Bryce Wegerle, 81), Bobby Convey, Devin Barclay, Justin Mapp, Ed Johnson.

Canada -- n/a.

Aug. 3 in Houston

USA 0 Mexico 0

USA -- Steve Cronin, Chefik Simo, Chad Marshall (Ryan Cochrane, 46), Chris Lancos, C.J. Klaas (Jordan Stone, 20), Ricardo Clark, Justin Mapp (Arturo Alvarez, 78), Bobby Convey (Miguel Saavedra, 46), Devin Barclay, Knox Cameron (Bryce Wegerle, 46), Ed Johnson.

Mexico -- Odin Patino (Guadalupe Martinez, 46), Randy Santana, Juan de la Barrera, Ricardo Jimenez, Oscar Zea, Ignacio Torres, Raul Alvin Mendoza (Jorge Zetter, 68), Juan de la Cruz (Tomas Banda, 83), Alberto Esquivel (Guillermo Rojas, 91), Isaac Romo (Edgar Porras, 67), Mario Ortiz.

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