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Arena names roster for April 3 friendly vs. Mexico
March 29th, 2002 12AM
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Coach Bruce Arena named an 18-man roster, which includes 16 MLS and two foreign-based players, for the USAGs April 3 friendly with Mexico in Denver (live on Telemundo at 10 pm ET). Greg Vanney has been called in for the first time since living the teamGs pre-Gold Cup training camp in January to join French First Division club Bastia. Frankie Hejduk, a reserve with GermanyGs Bayer Leverkusen, is the other foreign-based player on the roster. USA Roster
Name Pos Age Caps/Goals Club
Beasley, DaMarcus M 19 8/1 Chicago
Bocanegra, Carlos D 21 6/0 Chicago
Donovan, Landon M 20 18/4 San Jose
Hejduk, Frankie D 27 36/5 Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Howard, Tim GK 23 1/0 MetroStars
Jones, Cobi M 31 152/14 Los Angeles
Llamosa, Carlos D 31 26/0 New England
Maisonneuve, Brian M 28 12/0 Columbus
Mastroeni, Pablo D 25 7/0 Colorado
Mathis, Clint F 25 17/7 MetroStars
McBride, Brian F 29 57/18 Columbus
Meola, Tony GK 33 97/0 Kansas City
Mulrooney, Richard M 25 3/0 San Jose
Pope, Eddie D 28 46/4 D.C. United
Razov, Ante F 28 21/6 Chicago Fire
Vanney, Greg D 27 15/0 Bastia (France)
West, Brian M 6/0 23 Columbus Crew
Wolff, Josh F 25 14/4 Chicago
By position Goalkeeepers: Tim Howard, Tony Meola Defenders: Carlos Bocanegra, Frankie Hejduk, Carlos Llamosa, Pablo Mastroeni, Eddie Pope, Greg Vanney. Midfielders: DaMarcus Beasley, Landon Donovan, Cobi Jones, Brian Maisonneuve, Richard Mulrooney, Brian West. Forwards: Clint Mathis, Brian McBride, Ante Razov, Josh Wolff.

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