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  Marcus Ryan
Marcus Ryan

Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Littleton, CO

High School:
Chatfield HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 180

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
1V


General: Excellent goal scorer missed the 2004 campaign due to injury ... Converted to an out-and-out attacking player in the off-season ... ... Has shown great pace and strength ... Looks to have a breakout season in 2005.

As a Sophomore in 2004: Did not play during the 2004 campaign due to injury.

As a Freshman in 2003: Appeared in all 20 games, with 18 starts ... Tied for fourth on the team with two goals and four points ... Tied for second on the squad with 28 shot attempts ... Both of his goals came in 5-1 win over San Jose State (11/6) ... Attempted a career-high four shots against the Spartans ... Made first collegiate start in season-opening win over Cal State Fullerton (9/5).

High School/Other: A 2003 graduate of Chatfield High School ... Played club soccer for the Colorado Rush, helping the team to an Under-23 national runner-up finish, an Under-18 third-place showing and three state titles ... Ranked 10th on Soccer America's list of top college recruits for 2003 ... A member of the ODP national pool for four straight years, playing for the national runner-up ODP Under-18 team ... Earned ODP All-American honors ... ODP Costa Rica tour MVP ... A member of the 2003 Region IV ODP Under-17 national pool ... Has trained with the AC Milan pro team in Italy.

Personal: Son of Pam Ryan ... Spent a summer working for the Colorado Rush School of Excellence as a youth coach ... Enjoys rock climbing, cycling and snowboarding ... Undeclared major.

Coaching Staff on Ryan: "His combination of skill, speed, power, and courage in front of the goal offer Marcus the chance to have a major impact on the team's success."

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