9, 2004 SANTA CLARA, Calif. Eight players, including five members of the U.S. U-20 team that reached the quarterfinals at the 2003 World Youth Championship, have signed Nike Project-40 contracts, joining Freddy Adu, who signed in November. All will be available in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft January 16.
Nike Project-40 players receive an educational stipend in addition to their salary and a developmental spot on the roster of their MLS club. The U-20 players are: (Santa Clara University, junior), (Santa Clara University, junior), Chad Marshall (Stanford University, sophomore), Ned Grabavoy (Indiana University, junior) and (Clint Dempsey, Furman University, junior). 'This is a very exciting time for these two guys,' said Santa Clara head coach.
'They have a great opportunity to play soccer in this country at its highest level. We are excited for them because they get to train more intensely to develop and hone their skills to be the best players they can be. This gets them one step closer to representing Santa Clara and the U.S. On an international stage.' Cronin and Cochrane are two of the key reasons that the Broncos were put in a position to reach the 2003 College Cup. The duo led the Bronco defense to a 0.70 goals-against average on the season and a 8-0-2 record at home.
They missed the final four games of the season for the Broncos but managed a 13-3-4 record in the 20 matches they played in 2003. Both earned All-West Coast Conference first team honors as juniors with Cochrane earning his third-straight selection to an All-American squad when CSTV tabbed him as a first team performer in December. 2004 NIKE PROJECT-40 SIGNEES MICHAEL BRADLEY Forward Hometown: Palatine, Ill.
Born: July 31, 1987 Enrolled in the U.S. U-17 residency program in Bradenton, Fla. Defender Santa Clara University Hometown: Portland, Ore. 8, 1983 Started all five matches at central defender at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship posted a 13-2-3 record with seven shutouts for the Broncos in 2003. Goalkeeper Santa Clara University Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
Born: May 28, 1983 Named to the all-Tournament Team at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship CLINT DEMPSEY Forward Furman University Born: March 9, 1983 Hometown: Nacogdoches, Texas One of the leading scorers on the Furman University team with seven goals and five assists in 17 games. Download ceqea for mac. JOSH GARDNER Midfielder University of Cincinnati Hometown: Houston, Texas Born: Sept.
14, 1982 Led Cincinnati with six assists and tied for the team lead with six goals this season CLARENCE GOODSON Defender University of Maryland Hometown: Springfield, Va. Born: May 17, 1982 Named to 2003 ACC All-Tournament Team NED GRABAVOY Midfielder Indiana University Hometown: New Lenox, Ill. Born: July 1, 1983 Scored the first goal in Indiana's 2-1 NCAA Championship game victory over St. John's in 2003 CHAD MARSHALL Defender Stanford University Hometown: Riverside, Calif. 22, 1984 Helped the U.S.
Under-20 team notch two shutouts at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship.
Chad Marshall Named Semifinalist For M.a.c. Hermann Trophy Center
(W-L-T) LEAD TIED TRAIL SCORE ALLOWHOU 7-0-2 6-3-8 0-5-1 12-0-6 1-8-2PHI 6-0-1 3-9-4 1-6-1 9-3-1 1-12-2 HOUSTON DYNAMO PHILADELPHIA UNION Date Score (Gms since) Date Score (Gms since)Home win 9/29/2012 HOU 2, NE 0 (1) PHI 1, NE 0 (0)Road win 7/28/2012 HOU 2, TOR 0 (4) PHI 3, CHI 1 (0)Home loss 6/18/2011 HOU 0, CLB 2 (24) 9/20/2012 PHI 0, DC 1 (2)Road loss 9/23/2012 HOU 1, PHI 3 (0) 9/29/2012 PHI 2, CLB 3 (1)Tie game HOU 1, MTL 1 (0) 9/15/2012 PHI 1, TOR 1 (5)Shutout for 9/29/2012 HOU 2, NE 0 (1) PHI 1, NE 0 (0)Shutout vs.