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Hermann TrophyMISSOURI ATHLETIC CLUBS
MAC Hermann Trophy BanquetJanuary 6, 2012
2011 Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy 3
Voting for the Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy is done by a vote of current head coaches at the NCAA Division I level who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Ballots with the names of the top 15 men are sent to the mens head coaches, and ballots with the names of the top 15 women are sent to the womens head coaches.
The official ballot is an open ballot. Any player who meets the requirements of the award can receive votes for the Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy. Ballots were sent to coaches via e-mail from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Coaches Vote Determines MAC Hermann Trophy
Larry L. ThompsonGeneral Manager
Thomas C. AlbusPresident
Steve KrauseMAC Soccer Chairman
The title of longest running U.S. soccer broadcaster belongs to St. Louisan Bill McDermott. With the retirement of the legendary Seamus Malin, McDermott, who is in his 39th year behind the microphone, has now been broadcasting soccer longer than any current U.S. announcer.
Soccer has been a part of my life for many years and has provided me with great opportunities, both as a player and an announcer, said McDermott. Ive been very fortunate to work with all the people Ive encountered along the way, and Ive taken a lot from each of them. Its shaped the commentator I am today. Even after 39 years, I feel very fortunate and honored to still love what I do.
After playing soccer for most of his life, McDermott began covering the sport as a reporter in 1970 when he attended the FIFA World Cup in Mexico and provided reports for KMOX radio in St. Louis. In 1972, he began his career announcing games
in the North American Soccer League, providing color analysis for St. Louis Stars away games on KPLR-TV in St. Louis.
In addition to providing commentary for the first soccer game televised on ESPN in 1979, highlights to his career include: Color commentator for the inaugural season of MLS soccer for ESPN and ESPN2 Play-by-play and color analysis for NASL, MISL, and MLS teams in addition to teams on the collegiate level Morning host of FIFA World Cup Today, XM radios daily coverage of the 2006 tournament in Germany. Reported on all FIFA World Cups since 1970.
In January of 2009, McDermott was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame as part of the St. Louis University Mens Soccer teams that won NCAA Championships in 1967 and 1969 and in recognition of SLUs 50 Years of Soccer. They dont call
Bill McDermott Master of Ceremonies
Bill Mr. Soccer for nothing. He is steeped in the history of the game, while also staying current. He knows it strategically, technically, and historically, said NBC sportscaster Bob Costas. As a one-time excellent player himself, his commentary carries additional credibility. Plus hes a universally well liked guy easy to work with, easy to be around - unless you object to his propensity for recycling the same dozen or so jokes and routines for the entire 35 years Ive known him.
Brian McBride and Bill McDermott at last year's MAC Hermann Trophy Banquet.
The Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy
Honoring the top collegiate soccer players in the United States since 1986.
4 2011 Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy
Men1967: Dov Markus, Long Island University
1968: Manuel Hernandez, San Jose State
1969: Al Trost, St. Louis University
1970: Al Trost, St. Louis University
1971: Mike Seerey, St. Louis University
1972: Mike Seerey, St. Louis University
1973: Dan Counce, St. Louis University
1974: Farrukh Quraishi, Oneonta State University
1975: Steve Ralbovsky, Brown University
1976: Glenn Myernick, Hartwick College
1977: Billy Gazonas, Hartwick College
1978: Angelo DiBernardo, Indiana University
1979: Jim Stamatis, Penn State University
1980: Joe Morrone, Jr., University of Connecticut
1981: Armando Betancourt, Indiana University
1982: Joe Ulrich, Duke University
1983: Mike Jeffries, Duke University
1984: Amr Aly, Columbia University
1985: Tom Kain, Duke University
1986: John Kerr, Duke University
1987: Bruce Murray, Clemson University
1988: Ken Snow, Indiana University
1989: Tony Meola, University of Virginia
1990: Ken Snow, Indiana University
1991: Alexi Lalas, Rutgers University
1992: Brad Friedel, UCLA
1993: Claudio Reyna, Virginia
1994: Brian Maisonneuve, Indiana
1995: Mike Fisher, University of Virginia
1996: Mike Fisher, University of Virginia
1997: Johnny Torres, Creighton 1998:
Wojtek Krakowiak, Clemson University
1999: Ali Curtis, Duke University
2000: Chris Gbandi, University
2001: Luchi Gonzalez, Southern
Women1988: Michelle Akers, University of Central Florida
1989: Shannon Higgins, University of North Carolina
1990: April Kater, University of Massachusetts
1991: Kristine Lilly, University of North Carolina
1992: Mia Hamm, University of North Carolina
1993: Mia Hamm, University of North Carolina
1994: Tisha Venturini, University of North Carolina
1995: Shannon MacMillan, Portland University
1996: Cindy Daws, University of Notre Dame
1997: Cindy Parlow, University of North Carolina
1998: Cindy Parlow, University of North Carolina
1999: Mandy Clemens, Santa Clara University
2000: Anne Makinen, University of Notre Dame
2001: Christie Welsh, Penn State University
All-Time Hermann Trophy Award WinnersIn 2002, the MAC Award and the Hermann Trophy merged. The following are the Hermann Trophy winners prior to the merger.
Ali Curtis Luchi Gonzalez
Anne Makinen Shannon MacMillan
Darlington Nagbe, 2010Forward, Akron
Teal Bunbury, 2009Forward, Akron
Marcus Tracy, 2008Wake Forest, Midfielder
O'Brian White, 2007Forward, U Conn
Joseph Lapira, 2006Forward, Notre Dame
Jason Garey, 2005Forward, Maryland Danny ORourke, 2004Midfielder, Indiana Chris Wingert, 2003Defender, St. Johns Alecko Eskandarian, 2002Forward, University of Virginia Luchi Gonzalez, 2001Forward, SMU Ali Curtis, 2000Forward, Duke University Sasha Victorine, 1999Forward, UCLA
Christen Press, 2010Forward, Stanford
Kelly O'Hara, 2009Forward, Stanford
Kerri Hanks, 2008Notre Dame, Forward
Forward, Mami Yamaguchi, 2007Forward, Florida State
Kerri Hanks, 2006Forward, Notre Dame Christine Sinclair, 2004 & 05Forward, Portland Catherine Reddick, 2003Defender, North Carolina Aly Wagner, 2002Midfielder, Santa Clara University Christie Welsh, 2001Forward, Penn State
Past MAC Hermann Trophy Award Winners - Women
Past MAC Hermann Trophy Award Winners - Men
Jay Heaps, 1998Midfielder, Duke University
Johnny Torres, 1997Forward, Creighton University Mike Fisher, 1996Forward, University of Virginia Matt McKeon, 1995Midfielder, Saint Louis University Todd Yeagley, 1994Midfielder, Indiana University Claudio Reyna, 1992 & 93Midfielder, University of Virginia Alexi Lalas, 1991Defender, Rutgers University Tony Meola, 1989Goalkeeper, University of Virginia
John Harkes, 1987Midfielder, University of Virginia Ken Snow, 1988, 1990Forward, Indiana University John Kerr, 1986Forward, Duke University
Anne Makinen, 2000Forward, Notre Dame Mandy Clemens, 1999Forward, Santa Clara University Cindy Parlow, 1997 & 98Forward, University of North Carolina Cindy Daws, 1996Midfielder, Notre Dame
Shannon MacMilan, 1995Forward, University of Portland Tisha Venturini, 1994Midfielder, University of North Carolina Mia Hamm, 1992 & 93Forward, University of North Carolina Kristine Lilly, 1991Midfielder, University of North Carolina
In 1986, the Missouri Athletic Club established the Collegiate Soccer Players of the Year Award. In 2002, the MAC award and the Hermann Trophy merged. The following are all the winners presented at the Missouri Athletic Club.
2011 Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy 5
6 2010 Missouri Athletic Clubs Hermann Trophy
importance, scoring 12 goals in the final 13 matches of the season for the 25-0-1 Cardinal.
Twice over the course of the season Stanford trailed in the second half and rallied to win each time, against Notre Dame and Oregon State, with 2-1 victories. Taylor scored three of Stanfords four goals in those matches.
And in the NCAA tournament, Taylor snuck a 25-yard free kick around the defensive wall and inside
the near post for the clincher in a 2-0 third-round victory over Boston College, and knocked in the overtime winner with a sliding first touch to beat Oklahoma State 2-1 in the quarterfinals.
Taylor attended Castilleja School in Palo Alto, just two blocks from the Stanford campus.
Taylor was a youth club teammate of 2011 MAC Hermann Trophy winner Teresa Noyola with the Mountain View-Los Altos Mercury under Albertin Montoya, now the U.S. womens under-17 national team coach.
Lindsay Taylor, Stanford Senior, Forward Los Altos, California
Lindsay Taylor led Stanford and the Pac-12 Conference with 20 goals and seven assists. She earned the 2011 Pac-12 Player of the Year Award. The two-time NSCAA first-team All-American (2008, 2011) was hampered during sophomore and junior year