Last Club: Clemson University
Second round 1996 MLS College Draft choice (16th pick). Imad played for
Bruce Arena and the U-23 Olympic squad at Atlanta `96. Baba is one of four U.S.
U-23 players on track to play in every FIFA outdoor world championship event
(other three are Brian Kelly, Matt McKeon and Nelson Vargas), an accomplished
achieved by only one other U.S. Soccer player (Mike Burns). He scored the
winning goal against Brazil in the 1989 U-16 World Championship in Scotland.
The 1-0 win in the first round is the only time a U.S. Men's National team, at
any level, has beaten Brazil. Started two out the USA's three games at the 1995
Pan American Games in Mar del Plata, Argentina. Started three games for the USA
in the World Youth (U-20) Championship in Australia, helping the team to its
eighth-place finish and scoring a goal in the USA's 6-0 upset over Turkey,
Europe's number-one seed. Named second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in
1993. One of the most celebrated high school players of all-time, he was named
a Parade All-American all four years of high school, becoming the only player
in the history of the magazine to be named four times. Two-time Gatorade High
School All-American (1992, 1993). Named 1992 Texas Player of the Year.
Players Stats: Games Played, Games Started, Minutes, Goals, Assists, Points, Shots, Shots On Goal, Game Winning Goal, Game Winning Assist , Penalty Goals, Penalty Attempted, Shoot Goal, Shootout Attempt, Blocks, Fouls Caused, Fouls Suffered, Offsides, Corner Kicks Taken, Cautions (yellow cards) and Explusions (red cards).
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