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U.S. Under-23 Men's soccer

U.S. soccer GOALKEEPER
Andy Kirk
Height: 6-0 (m).
Weight: 175 (kg).
Born: October 3, 1977.
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
College: University Of Maryland.
Club: Tampa Bay Mutiny (MLS).

National Team
Year Record GP W GAA SO
- - - - - -
Total - - - - -
Professional
Year Club GP/GS Record GAA SO
1998 San Jose Clash (MLS) 9/8 3-5 2.50 2
1999 Tampa Bay Mutiny (MLS) 6/5 0-5 3.08 0
2000 Tampa Bay Mutiny (MLS) 0/0 - - -
Total (MLS) 15 3-10 2.71 2
College
Year Club GP W GAA SO
1996 Univ. of Maryland - - - -
1997 Univ. of Maryland - - 0.98 7
Total - - - -

Under-23: Has posted a 1.50 GAA in two exhibitions in 2000 ... Appeared in one U-23 exhibition in 1999, but has yet to earn a cap ... Posted a 0.80 GAA and a 3-1-1 record in five exhibition games in 1998 ... Under-20: Played in 19 overall matches for the U-20s in 1997, posting a 5-9-4 mark and a 1.21 GAA ... Played every minute for the U.S. Under-20 National Team at the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship in Malaysia, shutting out China in the all-important opening match and was named "Man of the Match" in a 0-1 loss to Ghana ... Played in the 1997 World University Games in Italy, starting three games and going 2-0-1 as the unofficial U.S. U-23 team finished third overall.

Professional: Trained with English Premier club Everton in the 1999-2000 off-season ... Started 4 of 6 games in 1999 for the Tampa Bay Mutiny, compiling an 0-5 record ... Started 8 of 9 games for the Clash in 1998, earning a record of 3-5 and a GAA of 2.50 ... Signed a Project-40 contract following his sophomore season at Maryland and was assigned to the San Jose Clash.

College: Posted a 0.98 GAA and seven shutouts as a sophomore at the University of Maryland ... Led the Terrapins to the final of the ACC Tournament and the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Named to the All-ACC Tournament Team ... High School: Was named the Gatorade High School Player of the Year after his senior season in 1995 at Marquette University High School in Milwaukee.

Personal: Favorite soccer player is U.S. Men's National Team starting goalkeeper Kasey Keller ... Majored in English ... Favorite publication is the Wall Street Journal ... Enjoys cooking and dabbling in finance.

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