College: Soccer America 1996 Men's MVPs

A slew of talented collegians graced the college soccer fields during the 1996 season. These 11 stand out because their skills made a profound impact on both their teams' success and the course of the season.

Scott Coufal (Indiana) senior goalkeeper

Enabled young Hoosiers to reach quarterfinals

Kevin Daly (St. John's) junior defender

Leader of national champ's defense

Siggi Eyjolfsson (UNC Greensboro) forward

His 23 goals were key to UNCG's 21-2-0 season

Mike Fisher (Virginia) senior midfielder

No. 1 in nation with 20 assists; set UVa career scoring record

Tahj Jakins (UCLA) senior defender

Key to Bruins' regular season No. 1 ranking

Ricardo Joseph (St. John's) senior midfielder

Defensive midfielder and exceptional attacker

Alen Kozic (Florida International) sophomore midfielder

Stylish midfielder was Golden Panthers orchestrator

Waughn Hughes (William & Mary) senior forward

Shot W&M into quarterfinals (24 goals, 11 assists)

Ignace Moleka (Florida International) senior forward

Powerful, fast and skillful, he scored 21 times

Johnny Torres (Creighton) junior forward

SA Player of the Year took Bluejays to final four

Andrew Williams (Rhode Island) junior forward

Lethal striker had nation-leading 59 points

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