9  John Reilly
John Reilly

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dublin, Ireland

High School:
Colaiste Ide

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 150

Position:
Midfield

Experience:
4 L


2004: A 2004 C-USA All-Conference Third Team and C-USA All-Tournament Team selection ... Named to Soccer America's National Team of the Week and C-USA Offensive Player of the Week after scoring the game-winner against East Carolina to clinch the C-USA Regular Season Championship ... Scored the game-winner against Saint Louis in the C-USA Tournament Semifinals ... One of only two Tigers to start all 21 games ... Scored four goals with three assists for 11 points ... Third on the team with 41 shots ... Gave the Tigers an early 1-0 lead in an eventual 2-1 victory over DePaul ... Assisted on Memphis' first goal in a 3-1 win over Marquette ... Second assist came on an insurance goal in a 2-0 shutout of #21 Saint Louis ... Scored a goal and assisted on the game-winner in a 5-0 shutout of Belmont. ... Named to the 2004 Memphis Diadora All-Tournament Team.

2003: Struggled in his junior campaign, scoring just three points on three assists in 17 starts ... started in all nine C-USA contests ... fourth on the squad in assists ... notched assists in wins over Centenary (9/6) and Iona (9/19) ... also added an assist against Marquette (10/4).

2002: Had an excellent sophomore season making 16 starts for Memphis, including starting in all 10 league matches ... was among the team leaders with 20 points (2nd), eight goals (2nd), two game-winning goals (2nd) and four assists (4th) ... scored two goals, one of which was the game-winner, and added an assist in a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over UNC-Wilmington ... tallied a goal and a pair of assists in the 7-1 home finale win over Belmont ... knocked home the game-winning tally to give Memphis a 2-1 undermanned win over Northeastern in the Memphis-Diadora Tournament Final.

2001: Saw action in 14 matches with five starts ... ranked second among fellow freshmen in goals (2), assists (2), points (6) and shots (15) ... led all underclassmen with two game-winners ... tallied first collegiate goal (game-winner) and career-best five shots versus C-USA foe East Carolina ... recorded a goal (also game-winner), three shots and tallied season-high two assists against Lipscomb.

PREP: Product of Colaiste Ide prep program in Dublin, Ireland that produced current Tiger head coach Richie Grant, former assistant Paul Conway and teammates Michael Coburn, Gary Connolly and Cormac McArdle.

Year	GP	GS	Sh	G	A	PTS	GW
2001	14	5	15	2	2	6	2
2002	18	16	33	8	4	20	2
2003	18	17	19	0	3	3	0
2004	21	21	41	4	3	11	2
TOT	71	59	88	14	12	40	6
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