U.S. National: Earned his first cap with the full U.S. National Team in a 2-2 tie with Jamaica on Aug. 8, 1999 ... Trained with the U.S. Men as a developmental player during the 1998 CONCACAF Gold Cup ... First Appearance: September 8, 1999 vs. Jamaica in a 2-2 tie ... First Goal: none.
Under-23: Has appeared in all 11 games for the Under-20s in 2000 in central defense, notching an assist in a 3-1 win over the Armenia Men's National Team on Jan. 16 and playing in all three games of the U-23's tour to Portugal in January 2000 ... Was captain in the two Olympic qualifying games in which normal team captain Brian Dunseth was suspended ... Appeared in four exhibition games in 1999 ... Appeared in six in 1998, including starts in all four games of the U-23's tour of England, where they posted a 3-1 record against reserves from English Premiership clubs ... Fractured his right ankle on March 25, 1998 while playing with U-23 National Team in an exhibition match ... Under-20: A member of the U.S. squad that competed in the 1997 World Youth Championship in Malaysia ... Made 27 overall appearances and earned 13 caps in 1997.
Professional: 2000: In 14 games played through July 15, 2000, he has registered two assists for the Tampa Bay Mutiny ... Missed MLS Spring Training 2000 after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder ... 1999: Started 30 games on the backline for the Tampa Bay Mutiny in 1999 ... Appeared in six games for the Mutiny in his rookie year of 1998 ... Left the University of Washington after his junior season to sign a Project-40 contract, at which point he was allocated to the Tampa Bay Mutiny on January 26, 1998.
College: Started 59 of a possible 60 games in his three-year collegiate career at the University of Washington ... Was named to the All-MPSF Mountain Division Team two consecutive seasons ... Was a Scholar/Athlete Award winner at Washington ... High School: Was a four-year letter winner at Clovis High School ... Was 53-11-1 during his high school career, including a 24-2-1 record in his senior year ... Served as team captain as a junior and senior.
Personal: Brother T.J. played collegiate soccer at Fresno State ... Enjoys wakeboarding, throwing darts and playing ping-pong ... Is a self-taught guitar player.