Under-23: 1998: Has yet to appear for the U-20s in 2000 and missed the CONCACAF 2000 Olympics Qualifying Tournament, as he was recovering from an ankle injury then a nagging groin injury ... Earned two caps in 1999 ... Tallied a goal in three exhibition games in ‘99 ... Scored two goals while starting all four games of the U-23's tour of England, where they posted a 3-1 record against reserves from English Premier League clubs ... Under-20: Led the U.S. U-20 National Team in appearances in 1997 with 28 overall appearances, including 15 internationals ... Scored two goals and three assists in 23 overall starts ... A member of the U.S. squad that competed in the 1997 World Youth Championship in Malaysia ... Has been a member of the U.S. Soccer youth national teams program since 1995.
Professional: 2000: Has one goal and three assists in just 10 appearances through July 15, 2000, in his fourth season with the Colorado Rapids ... Has one game-winning goal and one game-winning assist thus far in 2000 1999: Started 21 of 26 games as a left-sided midfielder in 1999, scoring 8 points on 3 goals and 2 assists ... 1998: Become a regular for the Rapids in 1998, starting 16 of 23 games and again tallying 3 goals and 2 assists ... A Project-40 signee, he was allocated to the Colorado Rapids on April 22, 1997 ... Made his first-ever MLS appearance starting the opener in Dallas at left back ... Earned his first career MLS point with an assist on a hris Henderson goal on June 6, 199 in San Jose ... Scored his first MLS goal on September 13, 1999 in Chicago, a 20-yard blast into the upper corner ... 1997: Regular with the A-League Colorado Foxes, helping them to playoff berth ... In 10 appearances for the Foxes, he scored two goals and added three assists ... Made his only appearance in a Rapids’ uniform in an exhibition against Chivas of Guadalajara from the Mexican First Division on June 16th at Mile High Stadium.
College: Recorded 11 goals and 19 assists over his two-year career at Cal-State Fullerton ... Received All-Far West and second team NSCAA All-America honors following his sophomore year ... Was named to Soccer America's All-Freshman team after the 1995 season ... Played with U-23 National Team teammate Brian Dunseth at Cal-State Fullerton ... High School: Named California High School Player of the Year following his senior year at Corona High School in 1995 ... Was also a four-time All-State and All-League selection ... Led Corona to the state final in his freshman and senior years.
Personal: Nickname is "Digi" ... Favorite movie is "Friday" ... Favorite soccer player is Rivaldo ... Favorite kinds of music are rap and R&B ... Favorite city is Los Angeles, with the Lakers being his favorite basketball team.