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MAKING A LIST: U.S. Soccer's Chevrolet Athletes of the Year
December 27th, 2004 4:09PM
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Male Athlete
1984: Rick Davis,1985: Perry Van der Beck, 1986: Paul Caligiuri, 1987: Brent Goulet, 1988: Peter Vermes, 1989: Mike Windischmann, 1990: Tab Ramos, 1991: Hugo Perez, 1992: Marcelo Balboa, 1993: Thomas Dooley, 1994: Marcelo Balboa, 1995: Alexi Lalas, 1996: Eric Wynalda, 1997: Kasey Keller, 1998: Cobi Jones, 1999: Kasey Keller, 2000: Chris Armas, 2001: Earnie Stewart, 2002: Brad Friedel, 2003: Landon Donovan, 2004: Landon Donovan.

Female Athlete
1985: Sharon Remer, 1986: April Heinrichs, 1987: Carin Jenning, 1988: Joy Biefeld, 1989: April Heinrichs, 1990: Michelle Akers, 1991:
Michelle Akers, 1992: Carin Gabarra, 1993: Kristine Lilly, 1994: Mia
Hamm, 1995: Mia Hamm, 1996: Mia Hamm, 1997: Mia Hamm, 1998: Mia Hamm, 1999: Michelle Akers, 2000: Tiffeny Milbrett, 2001: Tiffeny Milbrett, 2002: Shannon MacMillan, 2003: Abby Wambach, 2004: Abby Wambach.

Young Male Athlete
1998: Josh Wolff, 1999: Ben Olsen, 2000: Landon Donovan, 2001:
DaMarcus Beasley, 2002: Bobby Convey, 2003: Freddy Adu, 2004: Ed Johnson.

Young Female Athlete
1998: Cindy Parlow, 1999: Lorrie Fair, 2000: Aly Wagner, 2001:
Aleisha Cramer, 2002: Lindsay Tarpley, 2003: Cat Reddick, 2004:
Heather O'Reilly.

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