Kevin Sloan

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Kevin Sloan
Personal information
Date of birth (1965-12-23) December 23, 1965 (age 51)
Place of birth Mount Airy, Maryland, United States
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Playing position Forward / Midfielder
Youth career
1984–1987 Catawba Indians
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1988–1991 Maryland Bays
1988–1989 Dayton Dynamo (indoor)
1991–1992 Baltimore Blast (indoor) 32 (12)
1992–1993 Tampa Bay Rowdies 28 (10)
1992–1994 Dayton Dynamo (indoor) 59 (74)
1994–1996 Baltimore Spirit (indoor) 80 (136)
1995 Delaware Wizards
1996 Carolina Dynamo 11 (4)
1996 Sacramento Knights (indoor) 5 (3)
1997 New Jersey Stallions (8)
1997–2006 Philadelphia KiXX (indoor) 258 (270)
1998–1999 Staten Island Vipers 46 (13)
2007–2008 New Jersey Ironmen (indoor) 14 (4)
National team
2003 U.S. Futsal
Teams managed
Philadelphia University (assistant)
2004–2008 Philadelphia KiXX (assistant)
2006–2015 Neumann University
2007–2008 New Jersey Ironmen (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Kevin Sloan is a retired American soccer player who played professionally in the American Soccer League, American Professional Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League. He has also coached professionally and is currently the head coach of the Neumann College men's soccer team.

Player[edit]

Youth[edit]

Sloan graduated from Oakland Mills High School. He then attended Catawba College where he was a 1986 Second Team and a 1985 and 1987 First Team NAIA All American soccer player.[1][2][3] He holds the record for career goals with 56 and was inducted into the Catawba Athletic Hall of Fame in 2010.[4]

Professional[edit]

In June 1988, the Chicago Sting selected Sloan in the first round of the Major Indoor Soccer League draft.[5] When the Sting folded a few weeks later, the Cleveland Force received the rights to Sloan, but did not sign him.[6] By that time, Sloan was playing for the Maryland Bays of the American Soccer League.[7] On October 19, 1988, Sloan signed with the Dayton Dynamo of the American Indoor Soccer Association.[8] He returned to the Bays for the 1989 summer season.[9] In 1990, the ASL merged with the Western Soccer League to form the American Professional Soccer League. Sloan and his team mates took the APSL's inaugural championship.[10][11][12] In October 1991, he returned to the indoor game, this time with the Baltimore Blast of the Major Soccer League.[13] On February 25, 1992, Sloan signed with the Tampa Bay Rowdies.[14][15] In October 1992, he rejoined the Dayton Dynamo, now playing in the National Professional Soccer League.[16] Sloan played two seasons with the Dynamo. In September 1994, the Dynamo traded Sloan and Joe Mallia to the Baltimore Spirit in exchange for Rob Ukrop and Clark Brisson. In 1995, he played for the Delaware Wizards of the USISL. In 1996, he played a single season with the Carolina Dynamo.[17] In September 1996, Sloan signed with the Sacramento Knights late in the Continental Indoor Soccer League season as the team struggled with injuries. That fall, he moved to the Philadelphia KiXX of the NPSL. He remained with the KiXX until 2007. In addition to playing for the KiXX, he spent the 1998 and 1999 outdoor summer seasons with the Staten Island Vipers of the USISL. In July 2007, the New Jersey Ironmen selected Sloan in the Major Indoor Soccer League draft. He spent a season with the Ironmen as a player-assistant coach.

Futsal[edit]

In 2003, Sloan played for the United States national futsal team.[18]

Coach[edit]

Sloan served as an assistant coach at Philadelphia University. In 2004, he became an assistant coach with the Philadelphia KiXX. In 2006, Sloan became the head coach of Neumann College.[19]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1986 NAIA All Americans
  2. ^ 1985 NAIA All Americans
  3. ^ 1988 NAIA All Americans
  4. ^ Catawba College Sports Hall of Fame Announces Four New Members
  5. ^ SOCCER USA TODAY - Tuesday, June 21, 1988
  6. ^ MISL USA TODAY - Thursday, July 21, 1988
  7. ^ 1988 Maryland Bays
  8. ^ DEALS USA TODAY - Thursday, October 20, 1988
  9. ^ 1989 Maryland Bays
  10. ^ The Year in American Soccer - 1990
  11. ^ 1990 Maryland Bays
  12. ^ 1991 Maryland Bays
  13. ^ MSL CAPSULES THE SEATTLE TIMES - Sunday, October 20, 1991
  14. ^ Rowdies sign star midfielder The Tampa Tribune - Thursday, February 27, 1992
  15. ^ 1992 Tampa Bay Rowdies
  16. ^ NEW FACES GIVE DYNAMO PUNCH, DEFENSE Dayton Daily News (OH) - Thursday, October 22, 1992
  17. ^ Carolina Dynamo All Time Roster
  18. ^ U.S. National Futsal Team to Play in Futsal Goal Cup in December in Anaheim
  19. ^ Neumann College coaching bio

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