You name an emotion and it was felt by everyone surrounding the United States men's national team in 2013.
The year began with a terribly disappointing loss in San Pedro Sula to Honduras and had a chance to go far downhill until everything turned around in the SnowClasico against Costa Rica.
Once the Yanks won in Colorado in March, everything changed, and the year became one of the most memorable ever in the 100 years of U.S. soccer, which was also celebrated this year.
Jurgen Klinsmann's side won 12 games in a row as they won the CONCACAF Gold Cup and qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Despite ending the year on a sour note with two miserable performances against Scotland and Austria, the past 12 months were deemed a success by many.
Here is a look back at some of the best and worst moments of the year that the USMNT produced.