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D.C. United 2001

Record
8 W, 16 L, 2 T

Result
4th, Eastern Division

Team Leaders
Abdul Thomspon Conteh, 14 G
Marco Etcheverry, 12 A
Mark Simpson, 1.71 GAA
Mike Ammann, 73 SVS

Complete 2001 stats

Coach
Thomas Rongen

Stadium
RFK Stadium

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The 2001 campaign saw United supporters suffer another difficult year as the club finished last in the Eastern Division and missed out on the playoffs for a second consecutive season. For the second year in a row, United had a player debut as the youngest in League history when Santino Quaranta came on as a substitute against the New England Revolution on May 9. The 16-year old also became the youngest player to be named as a Player of the Week and a MLS Ail-Star.