MLS: 2003 Awards

Honda MVP: Preki (Kansas City)

Gatorade Rookie of the Year: Damani Ralph (Chicago)

ADT Defender of the Year: Carlos Bocanegra (Chicago)

MLS Goalkeeper of the Year: Pat Onstad (San Jose)

MLS Coach of the Year: Dave Sarachan (Chicago)

Pepsi Goal of the Year: Damani Ralph (Chicago)

GaS Play of the Year: Carlos Ruiz (Los Angeles)

ACE Comeback Player of the Year: Chris Armas (Chicago)

MLS Fair Play Award: Brian McBride (Columbus)

U.S. Soccer Foundation Humanitarian of the Year: Ben Olsen (D.C. United)

RadioShack Best XI:

G Pat Onstad (San Jose)

D Carlos Bocanegra (Chicago)

D Eddie Pope (MetroStars)

D Ryan Nelsen (D.C. United)

M Mark Chung (Colorado)

M Chris Armas (Chicago)

M Preki (Kansas City)

M DaMarcus Beasley (Chicago)

M Landon Donovan (San Jose)

F John Spencer (Colorado)

F Ante Razov (Chicago)

Commissioner's Award: Ivan Gazidis

Official Sports International Referee of the Year: Brian Hall

Runners-Up: Kevin Stott, Terry Vaughn

ACE Athletic Trainer: Jason Mathews (Chicago)

Executive of the Year: Doug Hamilton (Los Angeles)

Marketing Executive of the Year: Whit Haskel (Los Angeles)

Operations Executive of the Year: David Feeley (Chicago)

Public Relations Team Award: Colorado

Team Ticketing Sales Award: MetroStars

Community Relations Executive of the Year: Catherine Marquette (D.C. United)

Sales Leader of the Year: Bill Armistead (Los Angeles)

Team Manager of the Year: Bobby Hammond (Dallas)

Ticket Director of the Year: Ryan Haas (Kansas City)

Ticket Revenue Leaders: Bill Armistead (Los Angeles), James Mullins (Los Angeles), Mike Harloff (D.C. United), Nick Harmelin (San Jose), Eric Geisterfer (Los Angeles), Dan Giffin (D.C. United)

Group Ticket Sales Leaders: Brandon Wilmoth (Columbus), David Quinn (Chicago), Greg Zaskowski (Chicago), Ali Bradshaw (Dallas), Mike Harloff (D.C. United), Nick Harmelin (San Jose)

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