13 Marcus McCarty
2006 MAC Newcomer of the Year
2006 NSCAA All-Great Lakes Third Team
2006 All-MAC First Team
2006 MAC All-Tournament Team
2006: Earned the MAC's Newcomer of the Year Award after leading the conference in five statistical categories, including points (26), goals (11) and game-winning goals (7). Also voted onto NSCAA All-Great Lakes Third Team and was one of two Huskies on the All-MAC First Team. Garnered MAC All-Tournament Team honors after scoring NIU's game-winning goal against Akron as an encore to putting the Huskies' third goal in the net during the semifinals versus Buffalo. Earned the Oct. 10 MAC Player of the Week Award, after scoring a game-winning goal against MAC foe Western Michigan, and assisting on the Huskie's lone score in a 1-0 shutout of Western Illinois. Blasted in the game-winning goal in overtime with a bicycle kick during a 1-0 victory against Wisconsin. Tallied points in 17 of Northern's 22 matches.
2005 (Memphis): Finished sophomore season tied for fourth in Conference USA for total goals (eight) and goals-per-game (0.47). Tied for ninth in total points (17) and seventh (1.00) in points-per-game. Was Memphis' No. 2 goal scorer (eight) and ranked third in points (17) with a solid .456 shots-on-goal percentage. Earned C-USA All-Tournament honors and was named to College Soccer News' National Team of the Week after scoring two goals to help Memphis come back from 0-2 deficit to beat No. 23-rated Alabama-Birmingham in C-USA Championship match. Tied for second on the squad in goals scored (8) and was third in points (18) as Tigers went 16-4-1 and earned league's automatic NCAA berth.
2004 (Memphis): Helped Memphis to 7-2 start before breaking an ankle in practice. Scored a goal in each of first three games back and finished the season with four starts in 15 matches.
High School: Earned First-Team All-Area accolades from both Dallas Morning-News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram as a senior. Scored 50 goals and added 14 assists to lead FRHS to 28-3-1 record and Bi-District crown in 2004. Named team and District Offensive MVP in 2003 after leading Panthers to 19-5-3 campaign. Set school single-season and all-time scoring records.
Club: Played with Club Dallas and scored 48 goals to help lead squad to third-place finish in 2003 Classic League Soccer.
Major: General Studies.