Professional: Traded from Kansas City Wizards to Colorado Rapids for Chris Henderson in 1999 ... 1998: Scored eight of 14 shootout goals ... Started 21 of 22 games played ... 1997: Had 4 goals and 1 assist during regular season ... Led the MLS in fouls committed (75) and among the lead leaders in yellow cards ... Scored a goal in Wizards' playoff game ... 1996: Recorded 1 assist with nine starts in 12 games played.
College:St. Louis University's career leader in assists (46), fourth in points (140), and sixth in goals (47) ... 1995: Recorded 20 assists, breaking the school record of 17 held by Pat McBride, Mike Sorber and Brian McBride ... Won the Missouri Athletic Club National Player of the Year award ... 1994: Earned first team All-America honors ... scored 12 goals and 31 points in 20 games ... Great Midwest Conference Player of the Year ... Finalist for the Hermann Trophy ... High School: Was Parade Magazine’s National High School Player of the Year as a senior ... scored 14 goals and 15 assists at DeSmet High in St. Louis.
Personal: Nicknamed "Train" for an ability to storm down the center of the field.