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U.S. Under-23 Men's soccer

2000 Olympic Men's Team

Goalkeeper Brown gets hurt again, is dropped from roster; replacement must be in place Friday.

U.S. soccer GOALKEEPER
Adin Brown
Height: 6-4 (m).
Weight: 200 (kg).
Born: May 27, 1978.
Hometown: Pleasant Hill, California.
College: College of William & Mary.
Club: Colorado Rapids (MLS).

National Team
Year Record GP Record GAA SO
- - - - - -
Total - - - - -
Professional
Year Club GP W GAA SO
2000 Colorado Rapids (MLS) 13/12 4-7-1 1.65 4
Total (MLS) 13/12 4-7-1 1.65 4
College
Year Club GP Record GAA SO
1996 College of William & Mary - - - 11
1997 College of William & Mary - - - -
1998 College of William & Mary - - - -
1999 College of William & Mary 19 - 0.82 8
Total 88 - 0.86 36

Under-23: Has started two of four U-23 games in 2000, posting a 1.00 GAA in two international matches ... Started more than half of all U-23 games in 1999 (10 of 17), posting three shutouts and a GAA of 1.00 to entrench himself as the team's #1 keeper ... Started 3 of 6 games and recorded a shutout in splitting time with Tim Howard to help the USA to a bronze medal in the Pan Am Games in 1999 ... Made his U-23 debut as second-half sub in a 3-1 win over Canada on March 30, 1998.

Professional: Started the Rapids' 2000 season opener, registering eight saves in a 2-1 loss ... Selected third overall in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft by the Colorado Rapids.

College: Finished his four-year career at the College of William & Mary with a 0.86 GAA and 36 shutouts in starting 87 of 88 total matches ... Holds every goalkeeping record in Tribe history, including 36 shutouts and 417 saves ... Was named an NSCAA First Team All-American in his junior and senior seasons ... Earned First Team All-CAA honors, led the league with a 0.82 GAA and helped William & Mary win the CAA title in his senior season ... A second-team All-American selection following the 1997 season ... Named to the All-South Atlantic Region first team ... Played in every minute of the 1999 and 1997 seasons ... Named Tournament MVP at the Spartan Classic after allowing only one goal in two games ... Named CAA Rookie of the Year following his 1996 season. High School: A four-time letter winner and three-time MVP at De La Salle High School ... Recorded 20 shutouts in his senior season in 1995, allowing only three goals ... Also lettered in water polo and volleyball.

Personal: Enjoys golf and reading ... Majored in Sociology.

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