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Ted Eck
Pro Soccer Player (formerly with the Dallas Burn)
 
"Eyelights have improved my quickness and stamina. I'm able to move up and down the field better than ever. It's brought a whole new level to my game."
 
Played for the Colorado Foxes of the American Professional Soccer League from 1992-94...was All-APSL in 1992, '93 and '94 and was voted the APSL's hardest working player in 1992...played with the Wichita Wings of the NPSL in '95 and was the MVP of the league's all-star game...played the 1991 season with the Toronto Blizzard of the CSL and played indoor with the St. Louis Storm...between 1992-94, he moved from indoor with the St. Louis Ambush to outdoor with the Colorado Foxes...played for the Ottawa Intrepid of the Canadian Soccer League in 1989 where he was the CSL's leading scorer...played indoor for the Kansas City Comets from 1988-91...played college soccer at Western Illinois where he was an NCAA All-American in 1988.


 
MLS Career Highlights
2000
: Ended the 2000 season second in Burn history in games played with 147...did not play at Tampa Bay after re-aggravating a left arch sprain...did not play at Miami (7/15) after suffering a left arch sprain vs. DC on July 18...netted a goal for the second consecutive game at NY/NJ (7/5)...scored the game-winning goal vs. Los Angeles (7/1)...scored his first goal of the season vs. Columbus (6/7)...assisted on the Burn's lone goal at Tampa Bay (5/6)...assisted on the game-winning goal vs. New England (4/8). 1999: Finished the season tied for second on the team in goals with four and fifth in overall points with 11...registered three game-winning assists, good for second on the team...played in 31 of 32 games...scored Dallas' lone goal at Kansas City (9/18)...assisted on the game-winning goal vs. San Jose (9/11)...scored the team's lone goal at Colorado (6/19)...assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Tampa Bay (4/18)...scored the game-winning shootout goal at Chicago (4/10)...assisted on the game-winning goal vs. KC (3/20). 1998: Started 23 consecutive games (5/20-9/19) and played in all but one game on the season...assisted on the game-winning goal at Columbus (7/25)...registered his first assist of the season at Chicago (7/1)...scored the game-tying goal and the shootout winner at New England (6/27)...started at defender for the first time ever at Chicago (6/17)...registered the game-winning shootout goal at D.C. (6/7)...scored his first goal of the season at San Jose (4/5). 1997: Finished the season tied for third on the team in games played with 30...assisted on the game-winning goal at Columbus (7/13)...tallied assists in consecutive games (6/22 at New England and 6/28 at San Jose)...registered his first goal of the season on June 1 at New England...registered his first assist of the season at Kansas City (4/18). 1996: Finished regular season with two goals and the second-highest assist total on the team with six, for ten points...scored his first goal of the season in the 74th minute at New England on September 4 after coming on as a substitute in the 62nd minute...scored his second goal of the season at Los Angeles on Sept. 22...tallied two game-winning assists...registered his first multiple-point game on August 17, assisting on two goals...tallied assists in consecutive games vs. Kansas City (4/18) and at Colorado (4/21).

 

 

 

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