Tribe Men's Soccer in the Pros
Updated: Friday 01/01/1999 (ET)
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The William and Mary men’s soccer program has a rich tradition of developing talent and sending its players into the professional ranks both within the United States and abroad. The Tribe has sent 33 players into the professional ranks, including 19 student-athletes drafted by professional leagues. Of those players that have gone on to play professionally, eight were drafted into the top division in the United State’s Major League Soccer (MLS).

In 2011, Alan Koger was selected in the third round of the MLS SuperDraft by the New England Revolution. Koger capped his career with the Green and Gold with a spectacular senior season. In 2010, Koger was a force for the College, leading the Tribe with nine goals and 20 points. Koger’s nine goals were the third-most in the CAA, while his 20 points also ranked him third in conference. Both College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer named Koger National Player of the Week on October 25 after scoring all four of the Tribe’s goals in its victories over James Madison and Delaware. For his career, Koger tallied 68 points on the strength of 29 goals and 10 assists. Koger ranks in the top-10 at the College in career shots (190) and career game-winning goals (9). Koger’s five game-winners in 2010 rank him in a tie for third in school history.

Andrew Hoxie finished his stellar career with the Green and Gold with a spectacular senior season. Hoxie was tabbed a Third-Team All-American by the NSCAA and was named the CAA Player of the Year after leading the CAA in goals (10), assists (12), and points (32). Hoxie was taken in the third round with the 37th overall pick by the San Jose Earthquakes and later signed a professional contract with the Rochester Rhinos of the USSF Division II Pro League.

Also signing a professional contract after the 2009 season was Roger Bothe. Bothe inked to play for the Richmond Kickers of the United Soccer League Second Division. Bothe was a stalwart on the Tribe’s defense for his entire career but his best season came in 2009, when he was named All-CAA Second-Team, notching five assists and helping the Tribe record five shutouts.

Wade Barrett, who has achieved success both within the U.S. and abroad in professional soccer, has won three MLS Cup Championships, while playing with the San Jose Earthquakes in 2001 and the Houston Dynamo in 2006 and 2007. He captained his last two Dynamo squads to back-to-back titles. Barrett, who is currently the captain of the Dynamo, has spent nine seasons in MLS with San Jose and then Houston. Barrett has appeared in and started over 200 matches for the Dynamo. Along with his success in the MLS, Barrett has made appearances with both the U.S. Youth National Teams throughout his career as well as earning International caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team.

Steve Jolley, who retired from professional soccer following the 2006 season, is the longest tenured Tribe player in MLS. He spent 10 seasons in the league with the Los Angeles Galaxy, the New York-New Jersey Metrostars, the Dallas Burn, FC Dallas and Red Bull New York. He played in 227 career games with 206 starts in MLS and had 12 goals and 11 assists. His 120 games with New York ranks as the third most by a single player in the franchise’s history.

Adin Brown enjoyed a five-year career in the MLS with the Colorado Rapids, Tampa Bay Mutiny and New England Revolution, before moving abroad and playing in Norway with Aalesunds FK for the last three seasons. He has been named the club’s player of the year in 2006 and 2007 and was a finalist for the Norwegian Second Division Player of the Year in 2006. He signed a contract extension with the club before the 2007 season that extends through 2009.

Another former Tribe player currently tooling his trade in professional soccer is Carlos Garcia. He recently wrapped up his eighth season with the Baltimore Blast. In his eight seasons, the Blast have taken home the MISL Championship three times (2003-04, 2005-06, and 2007-08). In 2006, Garcia recorded his 100th career game played as well as his 100th career point in MISL play. In the MISL Championship Game, Garcia helped propel the Blast to the title with a pair of goals. In 2006-07, Garcia was third on the Blast in scoring with 42 points on 13 two-point goals, one three-point goal and 13 assists.

Ralph Bean, who has made appearances with the Bermuda National Team in 2007 and 2008, spent the last two seasons with the Bermuda Hogges of the United Soccer League Second Division. In February, Bean started and assisted on the Bermuda National Team’s lone goal in a 3-1 loss to the New England Revolution of MLS. He also came off the bench in Bermuda’s historic upset of Trinidad and Tobago during the second round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.


W&M Men's Soccer Players Selected in MLS Drafts

Khary Stockton
Round 12, Pick 119 by the Metro Stars in the 1996 Inaugural Player Draft

Scott Budnick
Round 14, Pick 137 in the 1996 Inaugural Player Draft by Tampa Bay

Paul Grafer
Round.2, Pick19 in the 1996 College Draft by Colorado

Steve Jolley
Round 1 Pick 9 in the 1997 College Draft by Los Angeles

Wade Barrett
Round 1, Pick 12 in the 1998 College Draft by San Jose

Adin Brown
Round 1, Pick 3 in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft by Colorado

Phil Hucles
Round 4, Pick 39 in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft by Chicago

Andrew Hoxie
Round 3, Pick 37 in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by San Jose

Alan Koger
Round 3, Pick 54 in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft by New England



W&M Men's Soccer Players Selected in Other Professional Leagues

Kip Germain
1978, Third Round Selection by Washington of the NASL

Bill Watson
1978. Third Round Selection by Dallas of the NASL

Chris Davin
1979, Third Round Selection by Atlanta of the NASL

John McManus
1980, First Round Selection by Jacksonville of the NASL

Steve Gallop
1980, Third Round Selection by Montreal of the NASL

Mike Flood
1983, Fourth Round Selection by Chicago of the NASL

Scott Bell
1986, Second Round Selection by Dallas of the MISL
1986, Fourth Round Selection by Tampa of the AISA

Tim Larkin
1987, Third Round Selection by St. Louis of the MISL

Waughn Hughes
1996, First Round Selection by Hershey of the A-League

Jeff Dominguez
1999, First Round Selection by Hampton Roads of the A-League

Carlos Garcia
2002, Fourth Round Selection by Baltimore of the MISL



Tribe Awards in Professional Soccer

MLS Cup Championships
2001 • Wade Barrett (San Jose Earthquake)
2006 • Wade Barrett (Houston Dynamo)
2007 • Wade Barrett (Houston Dynamo)

MLS Defender of the Year Finalist
2002 • Wade Barrett (San Jose Earthquake)

U.S. Soccer Foundation Humanitarian of the Year
2002 • Steve Jolley (NY-NJ Metrostars)

MLS All-Star
2001 • Steve Jolley (NY-NJ Metrostars)
2002 • Wade Barrett (San Jose Earthquake)

MLS Best XI
2002 • Wade Barrett (San Jose Earthquake)

Sunnmorsposten Player of the Year (Aalesund FK in Norway)
2005 • Adin Brown
2006 • Adin Brown

Adeccoligaen, Norway’s second division, Player of the Year Finalist
2006 • Adin Brown

MISL Championship
2004 • Carlos Garcia (Baltimore Blast)
2006 • Carlos Garcia (Baltimore Blast)
2008 • Carlos Garcia (Baltimore Blast)



Tribe in the Pros

Wade Barrett
San Jose Clash (MLS) • 1998-99
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) • 2000-02
AGF Aarhus (Danish 1st Division) • 2003-04
Fredrikstand FC (Norway) • 2004
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) • 2005
Houston Dynamo (MLS) • 2006-08

Ralph Bean
Bermuda Hogges (USL 2nd Division) • 2007-08

Scott Bell
Hamilton Steelers (CSL) • 1986
Dallas Sidekicks (MISL) • 1987

Adin Brown
Colorado Rapids (MLS) • 2000-01
Tampa Bay Mutiny (MLS) • 2001
New England Revolution (MLS) • 2002-04
Aalesunds FK (Norway 1st Division) • 2004-09
Portland Timbers (USSF II) • 2010

Roger Bothe
Richmond Kickers (USL II) • 2010

Scott Budnick
Tampa Bay Mutiny (MLS) • 1996-97
Miami Fusion (MLS) • 1998
New England Revolution (MLS) • 2000

Chris Davin
Denver Avalanche (MISL) • 1980

Jeff Dominguez
Hampton Road Mariners (A-League) • 1999-01
Nashville Metros (A-League) • 2001
B.V. Cloppenburg (Germany) • 2002-04

Mike Flood
Chicago Sting (NASL) • 1983

Carlos Garcia
Virginia Beach Mariners (A-League) • 2002-04
Montreal Impact (USL) • 2005
Baltimore Blast (MISL) • 2003-10

Steve Gallop
Montreal (NASL) • 1980

Kip Germain
Washington Diplomats (NASL) • 1978-79
Atlanta Chiefs (NASL) • 1980

Paul Grafer
Long Island Rough Riders • 1996
Colorado Rapids (MLS) • 1996-98
Charleston Battery (A-League) • 1999
Long Island Rough Riders (A-League) • 2000-01
NY-NJ Metrostars (MLS) • 2000-03
Long Island Rough Riders (USL 2nd Division) • 2005

Brian Hinkey
Nashville Metros (A-League) • 2001

Andrew Hoxie
Richmond Rhinos (USSF II) • 2010

Phil Hucles
Virginia Beach Mariners (A-League) • 2004

Waughn Hughes
Jacksonville (A-League) • 1997

Steve Jolley
Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) • 1997-00
NY-NJ Metrostars (MLS) • 2000-03
Dallas Burn (MLS) • 2004
FC Dallas (MLS) • 2005
Red Bull New York (MLS) • 2006

Kevin Knott
Hampton Roads Mariners (A-League) • 2000
Indiana Blast (A-League) • 2001
Virginia Beach Mariners (A-League) • 2002-04
Virginia Beach Mariners (USL 1st Division) • 2005

Steve Kokulis
Washington Diplomats (APSL) • 1990

Tim Larkin
Ft. Wayne, Indiana (AISA) • 1988-90

Rob Olson
Georgia Generals (ASL) • 1982
Team America (NASL) • 1983
Kalamazoo Kangaroos (AISA) • 1985
Washington Stars (ASL) • 1988

Billy Owen
New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers (A-League) • 1997
Hampton Road Mariners (A-League) • 1999-00

Billy Platz
Wilmington Hammerheads (Pro Soccer League) • 2003-04

Greg Richards
Myrtle Beach (USISL) • 1996

David Schifrin
Virginia Beach Mariners (A-League) • 1996

Chris Scrofani
Hampton Road Mariners (A-League) • 1999-00

Khary Stockton
Richmond Kickers (APSL) • 1993
Richmond Kickers (A-League) • 1995, 2002-03
Athletico Sorocabam (Brazil 3rd Division) • 1993
A.E Velo Clube Rio Clarense (Brazil 2nd Division) • 1994
Carolina Dynamo (A-League) • 1997
Lehigh Valley (A-League) • 1999
Milwaukee Rampage (A-League) • 2001

Jon Tuttle
Washington Stars (ASL) • 1989
Boston Bolts (ASL) • 1990

Trevor Upton
Charlotte Eagles (A-League) • 2002-04

Gabe Valencia
Hampton Road Mariners (A-League) • 1999
SV Leipzig (Germany) • 2000
Nashville Metros (A-League) • 2001

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