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MLS Playoff Results: (Oct. 30-31)
October 31st, 2004 12:13AM
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Conference Semifinals, 2nd Leg

Oct. 30 in Washington D.C.

D.C. United 2 Metrostars 0. Goals: Moreno (Adu, Gros) 85, Namoff 89.

(D.C. United wins 4-0 on aggregate.)

D.C. United - Rimando, Namoff, Nelsen, Petke, Stewart (Hendrickson, 68), Carroll, Gomez (Gros, 46), Olsen (Adu, 79), Kovalenko, Eskandarian, Moreno.

MetroStars - Walker, Ziadie (Lisi, 58), Parke, Pope, Leitch, Brenes, Clark, Flores (Galvan Rey, 30), Gaven, Guevara, Wolyniec (Glen, 46).

Yellow Cards: Metrostars - Flores 6, Guevara 18, Clark 46+, Pope 88; D.C. United - Olsen 27, Namoff 35, Kovalenko 41, Nelsen 61, Adu 86.

Referee: Ricardo Valenzuela.

Att.: 15,763.

Oct. 30 in Kansas City

Kansas City 3 San Jose 0. Goals: Stephenson (Jewsbury, Arnaud) 26, own goal 48, Jewsbury (Simutenkov , Burciaga Jr.) 92+.

(Kansas City wins 3-2 on aggregate.)

Kansas City - Oshoniyi, Zotinca (Graham, 89), Conrad, Garcia, Burciaga Jr., Stephenson (Simutenkov, 69), Zavagnin (Walsh, 86), Jewsbury, Wolff, Gutierrez, Arnaud.

San Jose - Onstad, Waibel, Agoos, Cochrane, Dunivant, Mullan, Mulrooney, Corrales (Robinson, 89), Donovan, Ching, De Rosario (Russell, 61).

Yellow Cards: Kansas City - Jewsbury 46+, Arnaud 56, Gutierrez 78; San Jose - Donovan 43.

Referee: Terry Vaughn.

Att.: 10,022.

Oct. 30 in Carson, Calif.

Los Angeles 2 Colorado 0. Goals: Ruiz (Albright, Kirovski) 30, Marshall 48+.

(Los Angeles wins 2-1 on aggregate.)

Los Angeles - Hartman, Albright, Califf, Marshall, Broome, Jones (Torres, 51), Saragosa, Vagenas, Victorine (Suarez, 81), Ruiz, Kirovski.

Colorado - Cannon, Crawford, Borchers, Kotschau, Lewis (Sullivan, 77), Henderson, Beckerman (Trembly, 55), Mastroeni, Chung, Cila (Martinez, 75), Peguero.

Yellow Cards: Los Angeles - Ruiz 42, Kirovski 74, Hartman 76; Colorado - Beckerman 42, Kotschau 52.

Referee: Michael Kennedy.

Att.: 20,026.

Oct. 31 in Columbus

Columbus 1 New England 1. Goals: Buddle (Sanneh, Paule) 92+; Twellman (Dorman, Dempsey) 81.

(New England wins 2-1 on aggregate.)

Columbus - Busch, Marshall, Oughton, Fraser, Hejduk, Wingert (Buddle, 46), Elliott, Paule, Sanneh, Washington (Cunningham, 59), Martino (Szetela, 69).

New England - Reis, Heaps, Pierce, John, Ralston, Cancela (Dorman, 76), Dempsey, Joseph, Leonard, Twellman, Noonan.

Yellow Cards: Columbus - Martino 26, Hejduk 68.

Referee: Alex Prus.

Att.: 15,224.

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