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Dec. 17, 1999

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – UVa midfielders Ryan Trout (Media,Pa./Strath Haven), Kyle Martino (Westport, Conn./Staples) and Steve Totten(Allentown, N.J./Peddie) were named to the 1999 Division I National SoccerCoaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-South Atlantic RegionTeam. Trout gathered first team honors to highlight the trio Cavaliernominees. Martino was a second team selection and Totten was tabbed athird team member.

Trout, a third-year midfielder for Virginia, started 20 of the 21games he has appeared in this season. He gathered 1338 minutes of playingtime during the regular season and 1819 minutes through the NCAATournament. Trout was Virginia’s leading scorer with 28 points resultingfrom 10 assists and nine goals. His 10 assists and nine goals were bothteam highs. Trout had an outstanding ACC Tournament as he scored threegoals through three games. He recorded Virginia’s game-winning goal in a2-0 victory over Maryland in the ACC quarterfinals (11/11/99) and scoredtwo goals (including the game-winner) in a 2-1 win over Wake Forest in theACC semifinal game on 11/12/99. Earlier this season, Trout wastabbed a Second-Team Preseason All-American by Soccer America. He wasnamed Second Team All-ACC and was selected to the ACC All-Tournament team.On of Trout’s biggest games this season occurred when he scored four goals(including three in the first half of play) in UVa’s 8-1 victory overAppalachian State on 9/8/99. He became only the eighth player ever inVirginia men’s soccer history to score four goals in a single game and wasthe 44th player in UVa men’s soccer history to record a hat trick.

For his career, Trout has recorded 68 career points from 32 careerassists and 18 career goals, including seven career game-winning assistsand seven career game-winning goals. He was also selected to the ’99Coca-Cola Classic All-Tournament team earlier this season.

Martino, a first-year midfielder at UVa, made a significant impacton the team in just his first season of collegiate competition. Hiscontributions to the team were so significant that he was named the 1999Atlantic Coast Conference Rookie of the Year. Martino was also chosen tothe ACC All-Tournament team after the Cavaliers finished runner-up in theACC Tournament. He played his way into a starting role right from thestart of the season and gathered 1971 minutes of action during the year.

Martino started all 23 of the games he appeared in this season forVirginia and finished second on the team with seven assists and was fourthon the squad with seven goals. Three of Martino’s seven goals weregame-winning markers scored in the Cavaliers 2-1 victory over NorthCarolina (9/25/99), a 3-0 decision over Marshall (10/20/99) and a 3-1 winover Brown (11/28/99) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Two ofhis seven assists were game-winners which he recorded in Virginia’s 2-1victory over Cal State Fullerton (10/29/99) and UVa’s 1-0 win over OhioState (11/5/99). Martino ended the season as the Cavaliers third leadingscorer with 21 points resulting from seven assists and seven goals. Hescored his first collegiate goal in 2-1 win over Virginia Tech on 9/22/99and tallied his first collegiate assist in Virginia’s 1-1 tie with thenunbeaten Wake Forest on 9/19/99.

Totten, a second-year midfielder, entered the ’99 season as one ofthe Cavaliers top returning players. A Second Team All-ACC selection thisyear, he started all 24 games for UVa and gathered 2226 minutes of playingtime during the season. Totten finished fifth on the team in scoring with17 points coming from six goals and five assists. His six goals scoresranks fifth on the team and his five assists ranks third on the squad.Totten scored Virginia’s game-winning goal in the Coca-Cola ClassicTournament against Seton Hall in a 4-3 overtime victory in the seasonopener and posted a game-winning assist and scored a goal in UVa’s 2-0 winover Virginia Commonwealth on 10/9/99. He also gathered two goals and anassist in Virginia’s 8-1 victory over Appalachian State (9/8/99).

Totten was selected to Soccer America’s Team of the Week on10/11/99. He was also named to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll.Totten has scored 36 career points on 12 goals and 12 assists at UVa. Hehas started all 47 games of his career and has four career game-winningassists and one career game-winning goal.

Here is a look at all the 1999 Division I NSCAA/adidas All-SouthAtlantic Region teams:

First Team

Pos.    Name                Yr.     SchoolGK      Adin Brown          Sr.     William & MaryB       Dan Califf          So.     MarylandB       Emmanuel Tetoit     Sr.     Virginia CommonwealthB       Craig Ziadie        Jr.     RichmondM       Brent Cesare        Sr.     RichmondM       Fred Silva          So.     Virginia TechM       RYAN TROUT          Jr.     VIRGINIAF       Ricardo Capilla     Sr.     Virginia CommonwealthF       Kevin Jeffrey       Sr.     Virginia CommonwealthF       Jimmy Tanner        Sr.     Old DominionF       Taylor Twellman     So.     Maryland

Second Team

Pos.    Name                Yr.     SchoolGK      Tyler Purtill       Sr.     GeorgetownB       Nick Downing        So.     MarylandB       Kevin Knott         Jr.     William & MaryB       Peter Luzak         Sr.     RichmondM       Brian Hinkey        Sr.     William & MaryM       KYLE MARTINO        Fr.     VIRGINIAM       Michael Paisant     Jr.     NavyF       Alfonso DeMares     So.     TowsonF       Ty Engram           Sr.     UMBCF       Jose Gomez          Jr.     LibertyF       Christof Lindemayer Sr.     Loyola (Md.)

Third Team

Pos.    Name                Yr.     SchoolGK      Dean Short          So.     LibertyB       Niall Lepper        Fr.     Mt. St. Mary'sB       Levi Strayer        So.     James MadisonB       Andrew Wells        So.     UMBCM       Carlos Mendes       So.     Old DominionM       Kevin Shaw          Sr.     GeorgetownM       STEVE TOTTEN        So.     VIRGINIAF       Giuliano Celenza    Jr.     UMBCF       Jason Cropley       Sr.     MarylandF       Nino Marcantonio    Fr.     AmericanF       Kenny Owens         So.     Georgetown
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