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Brian Dunseth Archive

U.S. captain leads soccer team Down Under

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Latest: Monday September 25, 2000 09:03 PM


Defender Brian Dunseth is the captain of the U.S. men's Olympic soccer team, which headed Down Under and did what no other men's team had ever done: make it out of the first round alive. Dunseth, 23, left Cal. St. Fullerton early to join Major League Soccer and the New England Revolution, where he has now played four seasons.

Check in with Dunseth on throughout the Olympics.

  • September 25: Most exciting game ever

  • September 23: We know we've made it

  • September 20: Living vicariously

  • September 17: Kuwait is underestimated

  • September 14: Tough watching from sidelines

  • September 12: Scratched from the lineup

  • September 10: Mistake is in the past

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