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Kenneth Cutler
Height: 5-9.
Weight: 140.
Born: March 8, 1982.
Hometown: Richmond, VA.
School/Club: Richmond Strikers.

National Team: Made his international debut with the U.S. Under-16 National Team against France on May 20, 1997 ... U-17: Played and started every game at the '99 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament in Montego Bay, Jamaica ... Co-captain of the U-17 National Team ... Made his first international appearance as a member of the U-17s on February 13, 1998 against Mexico ... Hit a 25-yard rocket that left Italy's keeper stunned in the USA's 1-1 draw on May 19, 1998 in Salerno, Italy ... High School: Two year varsity starter (1997-98) at Douglas Freeman High School, Richmond, earning all-district, all-region and honorable mention all-state team honors ... 1998 NSCAA Youth All-American ... Personal: Member of the Virginia state and Region I teams in 1996-98 ... Played nine seasons with the Richmond Strikers and named Most Valuable Player of the 1996 State Cup ... Honor roll student (Beta Club) at Douglas High School ... Has a twin brother, Brian and an older sister Anne Marie ...Full name is Kenneth Scott Cutler.

(1) Describe how it feels to play for your country? It feels amazing, your representing all the players in your country.
(2) What professional soccer player do you admire the most? Zinedine Zidane.
(3) What do you know about the World Championship? That the USA has played in all of them.
(4) What has been the biggest sacrifice in your life? Moving away from family and friends to be in residency.
(5) Most memorable soccer moment? Being part of U.S. Soccer history beating. Argentina 4-3 in Buenos Aires.
(6) Person you admire the most? My dad, James Cutler.
(7) Aspirations in soccer? To play professional soccer and for the full Men's National Team.
(8) Strongest trait? Consistency, vision and independence.