Virginia's Ryan Trout Selected as Candidate for Missouri Athletic Club Collegiate Player of the Year
Oct. 4, 2000
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – University of Virginia men’s soccer soccer player Ryan Trout (Media, Pa./Strath Haven) was selected as one of 15 candidates for the 15th annual Missouri Athletic Club Collegiate Player of the Year award, the official National Soccer Coaches Association of America/adidas award for Division I players. Trout, a senior midfielder/forward, has played 6498 minutes during his career at UVa. He has scored 73 points in four seasons as a Cavaliers after recording 35 assist and 19 goals. Eight of his assists and eight of goals have been game-winners. Trout has started 69 of the 80 games he has appeared in during his career at Virginia.
Currently this season, Trout has started eight of the 10 games he has appeared in. He has played 667 minutes and has recorded three assists and one goal for a total of five points through 10/3/00.
In addition to the 15 candidates, Virginia’s Kyle Martino (Westport, Conn./Staples) was one of five individuals named “players to watch” by the coaches for the season.
Here is a look at the field of Missouri Athletic Club Collegiate Player of the Year finalists:
Name SchoolCarl Bussey SMUJason Cole St. LouisAli Curtis DukeNick Downing MarylandMohammed Fahim SMUChris Gbandi UCONNT.J. Hannig IndianaJack Jewsbury St. LouisRyan Mack IndianaLee Morrison StanfordPat Noonan IndianaBrent Rahim UCONNMcKinley Tennyson Jr. UCLARyan Trout VirginiaRicardo Villar Penn State
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