U.S. National Team: A tough central defender who has earned high praise in just his third professional season in the MLS ... Under-23: Is the current captain of the Under-23 team ... Had started all nine matches of 2000 before receiving a red card ejection in a 0-0 draw with Canada on April 25, thereby missing the final two games of the CONCACAF 2000 Olympic Qualifying Tournament ... Earned three caps in 1999, including the U-23's 2-0 win over the Germany U-21 National Team on Feb. 8 ... Appeared in six exhibition games in 1998, but did not earn a cap ... (Under-20): Started for the U.S. U-20 team during the 1997 World Youth Championship in Malaysia, where he was regarded as the team's best player.
Professional: 2000: Has tallied one goal for the Revolution in starting 19 games for the New England Revolution through July 15, 2000 ... 1999: Started 25 of 29 games in central defense for the New England Revolution in 1999 ... Started 15 of 18 matches for the Revs in 1998 ... Trained with legendary Scottish club Glasgow Rangers in the fall of 1997 ... Started in the Revolution's first-ever playoff match on October 1, 1997 after appearing five regular season games ... Assigned to New England Revolution as a Project-40 player on June 5, 1997.
College: Played with U-23 teammate Joey DiGiamarino at Cal-State Fullerton ... High School: Played at Damien High School.
Personal: Likes to visit high school teams to share his enthusiasm and soccer knowledge ... Enjoys shooting pool ... Favorite movie is "American Pie."