Former Marquette midfielder taken in fourth round by hometown club
Bryan Ciesiulka, Charlie Lyon share two of league's major men's soccer awards
Six seniors honored for success at MU
Drafted No. 20 overall (firstselection of 2nd Rd.) by the Montreal Impact in 2012 MLS SuperDraft.
2011: Named 2011 BIG EAST Conference Midfielder of the Year and was an All-BIG EAST First Team selection ... 2011 Second Team All-America (College Soccer News)... Received Marquette's men's soccer Most Valuable Player honors ... Candidate forSoccer News Net College Boot 2011 Men's Soccer Player of the Year ... Invited to the Major League Soccer Player Combine in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and invited to the2012 MLS SuperDraft ...Began the season as the No. 31-ranked pro prospect among college seniors, according to Joe Mauceri of TopDrawerSoccer.com, and the No. 13-ranked midfielder ... Scored two goals in the annual Blue vs. Gold preseason match, including the equalizer with 14 seconds from full time to force a 2-2 draw ... Played for the Chicago Fire PDL squad during the summer along with MU teammate Byran Ciesiulka.
2010: Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Was one of three players to see action in every game for Marquette, starting in 18 of 19 ... His 1,696 minutes were second on the team among field players ... Currently MU's active leader in career goals (10) and career game-winning goals (7) ... Led the BIG EAST in shots (71) and was sixth in points (18) ... Led team most in offensive categories, including points (18), goals (6), assists (6), shots (71) and shots on goal (26) ... Registered three points on an assist and goal in 3-1 win at St. John's in first round of BIG EAST Championship (Nov. 3) ... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll the second time in his career (Oct. 18) ... Scored a single-game career-high two goals in 3-0 win over Syracuse (Oct. 16) ... Assisted Chris Madsen on team's lone goal at Notre Dame (Oct. 13) ... Assisted Bryan Ciesiulka on the equalizing goal in MU's 2-2 draw at Pittsburgh (Oct. 9), his team-leading third assist of the season ... Delivered game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Wisconsin (Sept. 28) on a free kick from 20 yards out in the 37th minute ... Assisted Chris Madsen on the game-winning goal in MU's 1-0 win over Rutgers to open the BIG EAST season ... Tallied a single-game personal-best seven shots at Western Illinois (Sept. 5), at USF (Sept. 18) and vs Michigan (Sept. 19) ... Tallied his team-leading fifth career game-winning goal in the 2nd minute of MU's 1-0 win over FGCU (Sept. 10) ... Named to all-tournament team of Marquette Invitational ... Netted equalizer in 79th minute off a free kick in 1-1 draw vs. Michigan (Sept. 19).
2009: Played in 17 of the team's 18 games, including 16 starts as center midfielder ...Led team and finished fifth in the BIG EAST with three game-winning goals ...Recorded first game-winner in regular-season opener vs. UW_Milwaukee (Sept. 1) ... Itmarked the second year in a row thathe was credited with the game-winning goal in the annualMilwaukee Cup match ...Also tallied game-winners against BIG EASTopponents Cincinnati and nationally rankedGeorgetown ...Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Oct. 19) and Soccer America Team of the Week (Oct. 20) for his role in the win over the Hoyas ...Was one of twoMU players(Michael Greene) to be named to the Marquette Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Finished fourth in the BIG EAST in shots per game (2.94) and led the team with 50 shots in 1,389 minutes played ...Following the season, Mallace was named to the NSCAA Wisconsin All-State Team ... Played during the summer with the Chicago Fire PDL and Super20s.
Personal: Calum Mallace was born Jan. 10, 1990 ... Son of Jim and Val Mallace ... Native of Scotland, Calumbecame a dual citizen of the United States in summer 2011... Brother Craig played for the Minnesota Thunder of the United Soccer Leagues' First Division and also for UW-Milwaukee under current MU head coach Louis Bennett ... majoring in broadcasting.