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U.S under-20s beat Club Deportivo Universidad de Catolica 2-0.

SANTIAGO, Chile (Monday, July 6, 1998) -- The United States under-20 men concluded a three-game tour of Chile yesterday with a 2-0 victory over Club Deportivo Universidad de Catolica.

Chris Albright, a University of Virginia student from Mechanicsville, N.J., opened the scoring in the 44th minute and Rusty Pierce of The Woodlands, Tex., converted a penalty kick in the 82d minute to provide the scoring.

Albright also scored in the U.S.ís 2-1 victory over University of Chile on Friday.

The U-20s play their Trinidad & Tobago counterparts Friday and Sunday on Port of Spain. World championship qualifying for CONCACAF, the federation of North America, Central America and the Carribean, takes place next month in Trinidad & Tobago.

United States 2, Club Deportivo Universidad de Catolica 0

Lineups: Catolica - Fernando Bureos, Felipe Rubio, Pablo Menejar, Franco Quiroz, Ariel Brizuela, Juan Moralea, Juan Jose Ribera, Leonardo Monza, Francisco Flores, Milovan Mirosevic, Ivan Aliance. United States - Nick Rimando, Steve Cherundolo, Carlos Bocanegra, Dan Califf, Nick Garcia, Rusty Pierce, Shaun Tsakiris (Ryan Futagaki 74), Cory Gibbs (Matt Goldsmith 79), Jamar Beasley (Nick Downing 60), Chris Albright.

Scoring: United States - Albright (Garcia) 44; United States - Pierce (penalty kick) 82. Shots: Catolica 4, United States 13. Saves: Catolica 4, United States 2. Corner kicks: Catolica 0, United States 8. Fouls: Catolica 12, United States 21. Offside: Catolica 1, United States 3. Yellow card cautions: Catolica - Moralea 80.

Referee: Kari Seitz-Varnhagen (United States). Assistant referees: Ted Covaciu (United States), Marcel Yonan (United States). Attendance: 13,107 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Weather: Hot, humid, 83 degrees.