ony Crescitelli, a former player for the Washington Diplomats, had two goals and two assists to lead Team America over the University of Tampa, 6-0, in an exhibition soccer match today.

Angelo DiBernardo scored the game's first goal five minutes into the game on assists from Crescitelli and Pedro DeBrito.

Nine minutes later Perry Van Der Beck scored to make it 2-0.

At 40 minutes, Crescitelli scored again and then three minutes later Crescitelli assisted on a DeBrito score to give the U.S. national team-in-training a 4-0 halftime lead.

Crescitelli scored again seven minutes into the second half, and 20 minutes later Chico Borja finished the scoring with a header goal.

Team America broke camp tonight and will convene for a press conference at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Capitol Hill Hyatt Regency to announce most of the players selected for the team.

About 15 players will be selected from approximately 25 who have trained in Tampa.

The remaining five players to round out the 20-man roster will be obtained from further tryouts involving players from the Chicago and San Diego North American Soccer League franchises and Major Indoor Soccer League clubs.