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Eric Wynalda
Height: 6-1 (1.86 m).
Weight: 172 (78 kg).
Born: June 9, 1969, in Fullerton, California.
Hometown: Westlake Village, California.
College: San Diego State University.
Club: New England Revolution (MLS).


             U.S. National Team Statistics 2000

Opponent       Date   Score  GP  GS   MIN   G   A  Pts  Y   R

Chile         Jan 29   2-1    1   1    55   0   1   1   0   0
Haiti         Feb 12   3-0    1   1    68   1   1   3   0   0 Gold Cup
Peru          Feb 16   1-0    1   1    71   0   0   0   0   0 Gold Cup
Columbia      Feb 19   2-2    1   1   120   0   0   0   1   0 Gold Cup (1-2 PK)

Total                         4   4   314   1   2   4   1   0

National Team
Year Record GP G A Pts
1990 7-9-2 18 5 1 11
1991 7-4-4 15 2 3 7
1992 3-3-1 7 5 1 11
1993 5-3-1 9 2 0 4
1994 2-3-3 7 1 1 3
1995 3-3-2 8 3 1 7
1996 9-3-1 13 9 2 20
1997 3-2-6 11 4 2 10
1998 4-7-1 12 1 3 5
1999 0-1-0 1 1 0 2
2000 3-0-1 4 1 2 4
Total 46-38-22 106 34 16 84
World Cup
Year Venue GP G A Pts
1990 Italy '90 2 0 0 0
1994 USA '94 4 1 0 2
1998 France '98 2 0 0 0
Total 9 1 0 2
Professional
Year Club GP/GS G A Pts
1990 S.F. Bay Blackhawks (APSL) 7 2 0 4
1991 S.F. Bay Blackhawks (APSL) 7 2 1 5
1992 S.F. Bay Blackhawks (APSL) 3 1 1 3
1992-93 FC Saarbruecken (German 2nd) 29 9 - -
1993-94 FC Saarbruecken (German 2nd) 28 12 - -
1994-95 Bochum (German Bundesliga) 23 2 - -
1996 San Jose Clash (MLS) 27/26 10 13 33
1997 San Jose Clash (MLS) 14/9 5 11 21
1998 San Jose Clash (MLS) 16/16 6 5 17
1999 Miami Fusion (MLS) 6/6 2 1 5
2000 Miami Fusion
New England Revolution (MLS)
5/1 0 1 1
Total (MLS) 74/63 24 22 80
College
Year Club GP G A Pts
1987 San Diego State - 11 11 33
1988 San Diego State - 14 8 36
1989 San Diego State - 9 6 24
Total - 34 25 93

U.S. National Team: A three-time World Cup veteran, he is the USA's all-time leading scorer with 33 goals ... Has at least one goal for the U.S. in each of the last 10 years ... 1999: Returned to the National Team after more than a year absence and scored his U.S. Soccer record 33rd international goal on Nov. 17 on the road against Morocco in his only appearance of the year ... 1998: Assisted on the goal that beat world champion Brazil, putting the U.S. in the finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup ... 1997: Led the team in scoring for the third consecutive year, notching four goals and two assists in 11 games ... Played in the FIFA World All-Star game prior to the World Cup Draw in Marseille, France ... Scored the only goal in the USA's World Cup qualifying draw against Jamaica on Oct. 3 ... Scored a goal in the USA's 3- 2 World Cup qualifying loss in Costa Rica on March 23 ...1996: Recipient of U.S. Soccer's 1996 Chevrolet Athlete of the Year award ... Scored nine goals and tallied two assists in 13 games ... 1995: Named to the 1995 All-Copa America Team after scoring two goals in a 2-1 win over Chile and one in a 3-0 win over Argentina, leading the USA to the semifinals ... 1994: Scored the USA's tying goal against Switzerland in the '94 World Cup on a spectacular 28-yard free kick into the upper left corner ... 1993: Had two goals on the year, both coming in the 1993 Gold Cup ... 1992: Named the 1992 Futbol de Primera Player of the Year after scoring five goals in seven games for the U.S. ... 1991: Had a career-high three assists in 15 games ... 1990: Was the first U.S. player to be red carded in a World Cup game, after being ejected against Czechoslovakia in Italia '90 ... Finished his debut year for the U.S. with five goals in 18 games ... First Appearance: Feb. 2, 1990, vs. Costa Rica ... First Goal: Feb. 4, 1990, vs. Colombia.

Professional: Scored Major League Soccer's first goal in a 1-0 win over D.C. United in 1996, a feat that earned the league's inaugural Goal of the Year honor ... 1999: Loaned to Leon of Mexico's first division on Jan. 14, 1999, where he finished the season with two starts and four appearances before returning to MLS ... Was traded from San Jose to Miami prior to the season ... Eventually appeared in six games for the Fusion at the end of the year, scoring 2 goals and one assist after recovering from a knee injury suffered in Mexico ... 1998: Scored six goals and five assists in just 16 appearances for the Clash ... 1997: A groin injury kept him out of most of the year, but was among the league leaders in points per game, tallying 21 points in 14 games ... 1996: Tallied 10 goals and 13 assists for the Clash, placing him sixth overall in league scoring ... Finished third in the league in assists in 1996 ... 1994: Sold to VfL Bochum from FC Saarbruecken in the summer of 1994 for $850,000 ... 1993: He made an explosive impact with FC Saarbruecken during the 1992-93 season, scoring nine goals in his first 10 games after signing with the club in August 1992, becoming the first American-born player to break into the Bundesliga.

College: Played three years for San Diego State University, where as a freshman his team made it to the NCAA Final Four ...San Diego State's Freshman Athlete of the Year ... High School: First team All-State for three years at Westlake Village High School ... Youth: Played youth soccer with U.S. National Team teammate Cobi Jones.

Personal: Married to Amy, a former star soccer player for SDSU, the couple had their first child in 1999 ... His father (Dave) played football at Princeton ... Owns a home in Las Vegas.

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