It's been a busy International window for the black and blue, as eight Quakes players were called into their respective countries.
Nick Lima represented the U.S. Men's National Team; Jackson Yueill and JT Marcinkowski donned the red white & blue for the U.S. Men's U-23 National Team; Guram Kashia and Vako traveled to Europe to play for Georgia; Anibal Godoy and Harold Cummings faced off against Brazil for Panama; and Marcos Lopez suited up for Peru.
Let's take a look back at how these players performed for their national teams:
JT Marcinkowski and Jackson Yueill - USMNT U-23s
This young duo traveled to Spain for two friendlies against Egypt and the Netherlands. Goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski and midfielder Jackson Yueill each played 45 minutes in the friendly, with Marcinkowski getting the start in net for the red, white and blue. It marked the first U-23 cap for both Marcinkowski and Yueill, who each have long histories with the USYNT system.
In their second match against the Netherlands, JT Marcinkowski recorded his first clean sheet with the U-23s in a scoreless draw. Yueill also subbed into the match in the second half.
Making us oh so proud abroad! @JT_Marcinkowski records a clean sheet & Jackson Yueill subs into the match in the second half to help secure a 0-0 draw against the Netherlands! #VamosSJ— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) March 24, 2019
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Wearing No. 10 for.— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) March 22, 2019
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Guram Kashia and Vako - Georgia
Guram Kashia and Vako both started and played 90 minutes in their 2-0 loss to Switzerland in Euro 2020 Qualifiers.
In their second match of qualification, Guram Kashia started and played 90 minutes in a 1-0 loss to the Republic of Ireland. Vako did not play in the match.
Harold Cummings & Anibal Godoy - Panama
The "Panamaniacs" made history this past Saturday, drawing against South American giants Brazil for the first time in their country's history. Godoy and Cummings were instrumental in the result, both starting and playing 90 minutes.
Marcos Lopez - Peru
Nineteen-year-old Marcos Lopez did not feature for Peru in their impressive 1-0 win against Paraguay at Red Bull Arena. Lopez is the youngest player to be called up to Peru for the friendlies. He has one prior cap for the senior national team, making his debut at 18 years old against Germany last September.
In Peru's second friendly, Lopez came on as a second half substitute in a 2-0 loss to El Salvador at RFK Stadium.
Nick Lima - USMNT
The 24-year-old San Jose Homegrown did not feature for the U.S. National Team in their 1-0 win against Ecuador Thursday in Orlando. The right back was in the 18 for their second match against Chile but didn't make an appearance for the red, white and blue.