2010: In his second season with the USSF Division-2 Pro League Portland Timbers, recorded a league-best 15 goals during the regular season to win the league’s Golden Boot award and a league-high 35 points to win the USSF D-2 scoring title … Totaled five assists, which paced the team and ranked among league leaders in that category … Named the USSF D-2 Pro League MVP and selected to the league’s Best XI … Appeared in 29 games (28 starts), log¬ging 2,475 minutes and 84 shots … Scored six goals in the first four games of the season and was voted the USSF D-2 Pro League April Player of the Month … Scored four game-winning goals during the course of the campaign: April 17 vs. Rochester Rhinos; April 29 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps; Aug. 21 at NSC Minnesota Stars and Sept. 2 vs. Puerto Rico Islanders … Found the back of the net just 19 seconds into a 3-0 win over AC St. Louis at PGE Park on April 22 … Became just the third player of the Timbers USL/USSF D-2 era to record back-to-back 10-plus goal seasons … Scored a goal in an exhibition game against Argentine side Boca Juniors, leading to a 3-2 win at PGE Park May 29 … Was selected by fans as the 2010 Timbers Supporters Player of the Year.
2009: Finished the season as the Timbers’ second-leading scorer ... Became just the eighth player in modern-franchise history to record 10 or more goals in a single season ... Scored a goal in six consecutive matches from Aug. 1-22 ... Was a three-time USL First Division Team of the Week selection (4, 17, 19) ... His goal at Rochester Aug. 15 was named the league’s goal of the week for Week 19 ... Earned USL First Division All-League first-team honors following the regular season ... Tallied a penalty-kick goal in the first leg of the club’s semifinal series against Vancouver.
2008 MLS: Played in 14 matches (5 starts) for Kansas City ... totaled one assist over 485 minutes ... Recorded nine goals with the Kansas City Reserves to finish as the MLS Reserve Division’s second-leading scorer.
2007 MLS: Made 17 appearances (4 starts) for Kansas City and totaled 456 minutes ... Notched seven goals and three assists in 10 MLS Reserve Division games ... Named the Wizards’ Reserve Team Player of the Year.
2006 MLS: Established an MLS career high, playing in 19 matches (4 starts) for Kansas City ... Scored two goals with the first team ... In the MLS Reserve Division, recorded nine goals and one assist in 10 games.
2005 MLS: Played in eight games as a rookie with Kansas City ... Made his MLS debut June 4 at New England Revolution ... Scored his first professional goal Sept. 3 at Metro-Stars just 50 seconds into the match ... Led the Kansas City Reserves with six goals and one assist … Was the 16th overall selection in the 2005 MLS SuperDraft by the Wizards.
Recorded 51 goals and 21 assists over three seasons at the University of Tulsa ... Led the team in scoring in each of his three seasons ... Paced the nation in scoring (55 points) and goals scored (22) during his final season in 2004 ... Was one of three finalists for the 2004 Hermann Trophy ... Was named Soccer America’s Player of the Year as a junior ... Finished his time with the Golden
Hurricane as the school’s only two-time All-American selection ... Twice named the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year (2003-04) and an all-conference selec¬tion ... As just a sophomore, became the youngest player to win the conference’s MVP award.
In high school, was featured in Sports Il¬lustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” section of the Dec. 24-31, 2001, issue ... Was also a standout prep basketball player ... Married wife, Ashley, in December 2007.