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2000 Olympic Men's Team

U.S. Olympian Casey signs long-term deal with Borussia Dortmund.

U.S. soccer FORWARD
Conor Casey
Height: 6-1.
Weight: 170.
Born: July 25, 1981 in Dover, New Hampshire.
Hometown: Denver, Colorado.
College: University of Portland. Club: Borussia Dortmund (German Bundesliga).

National Team
Year Record GP G A Pts
Total - - - - -
Olympics
Year W-L-T GP/GS G A Pts
2000 1-2-3 6/6 0 1 1
Total 1-2-3 6/6 0 1 1
College
Year Team GP/GS G A Pts
1999 Univ. of Portland 18/18 23 7 53
2000 Univ. of Portland 10/10 8 5 21
Total 28/28 31 12 74

Under-23: Has appeared in 10 of 11 U-23 games in 2000, scoring a goal in a 3-1 win over the Armenia National Team on Jan. 16 ... Made his Under-23 National Team debut in Team USA's opening round 1-0 win over Cuba in the 1999 Pan American Games ... Appeared in four of the team's six games in the tournament, helping them to a bronze medal ... Under-18: Had 6 goals and 1 assist in 13 overall games for the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team in 1999 ... Earned three U-18 caps in 1999 ... Scored a goal and added two assists in four overall appearances in 1998, but did not earn a cap.

College: Named West Coast Conference co-Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year ... Led the team, league and country in scoring with 23 goals and seven assists for a whopping 53 points ... Named to Soccer America's Freshman MVP team and was named the magazine's Freshman of the Year ... Was named as an NSCAA Second Team All-American ... Earned three Soccer America Team of the Week selection ... Other honors included Portland adidas Invitational Outstanding Offensive Player, WCC Player of the Week (9-7) and WCC Player of the Month (September) ... Named SoccerTimes Player of the Week September 1-6, 1999 for 5 goal, 3 assist performance in wins over Evansville and Marquette ... His 53 points rank him second on Portland's single-season list ... His impressive 23 goals also rank second on single-season list ... Scored a school-record five goals at Gonzaga ... Had six multiple goal games ... Needs just nine goals and a total of 19 points to reach the all-time career scoring lists ... High School: Selected as a Soccer America Top 25 recruit ... Was a four-year letterwinner for coach Skip Wiggs ... Earned several top awards as a senior, including Colorado Player of the Year, first-team Colorado All-State, and All-American ... Also named a Parade Magazine All-American ... Led team to Denver city title in 1999 ... Topped 100 points in 20 games as a senior.

Personal: College major is undeclared ... Enjoys classic rock, including Credence Clearwater Revival and the Steve Miller Band ... Favorite movie is "Forrest Gump.".

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