US World Cup stand-outs Claudio Reyna, Tony Meola and Desmond Armstrong and ex-US women's national team coach Tony DiCicco have been elected to the US Soccer Hall of Fame, US Soccer said on Tuesday.
Meola ranks second among all-time US caps for goalkeepers and earned Major League Soccer Most Valuable Player and Goalkeeper of the Year honors with Kansas City in 2000, when the team won the MLS title.
Armstrong, elected in the veteran category, spent eight years as a defender on the US national team and played in the 1990 World Cup and 1988 Seoul Olympics.
DiCicco was recognized for a record-breaking run with the women's side, with 103 triumphs in 119 matches and a 1999 women's World Cup title.
Source: AFP American Edition