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Fuller to Report to MLS’ New England Revolution

Fuller to Report to MLS’ New England Revolution

April 26, 2002

CLEMSON, SC – Former Clemson soccer player Ian Fuller has signed with the New England Revolution of the Major Soccer League (MLS) and will report to the club on Tuesday in Boston.

Fuller was named the MVP of the ACC Tournament last year and was Clemson’s leading scorer with 11 goals and eight assists for 30 points in 2001.

Fuller, a native of Portland OR, had been playing in Europe during the spring before coming back to play for the Revolution. During his senior season he was named NSCAA All-South and was named an honorable-mention All-American by collegesoccer.com. He was the 21st pick overall in the MLS draft in February by New England. Under Head Coach Trevor Adair, 15 former players have played in the MLS and 12 of those players were drafted.

“I am very excited about this opportunity,” said Fuller. “I will be either a midfielder or a forward. I am real happy to be going to the next level. I am thankful for this opportunity. Coach Adair and his staff helped me get to this level-they are the best in the nation. The facilities and the commitment by the university also helped me become a better player.”

“This is a well-deserved honor for Ian,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “This is a great opportunity, and he has developed into a great player and leader.”

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