Team, individuals recognized for success on and off the field
Ninth-seeded Golden Eagles finish season with 13-6-2 overall mark
Live streaming video will be available for Sunday's third-round match
Coco Navarro's golden goal puts Golden Eagles into NCAA Third Round
Golden Eagles host former national champions Sunday at Valley
2013: Named to the College Sports Madness All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Leads team with six assists ... MU's active leader with 73 career caps, which includes 60 starts at left back and tied for first among active players with 16 career assists ... One of five players to start every match this season ... Scored his first goal since his freshman season in a 2-1 win vs. Seton Hall (11/2) with a one-timer from 28 yards out that curled into the top right corner of the net ... Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week and to TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week after win over No. 21 Butler and No. 7 Creighton ... Assisted C. Nortey on game-winner vs. No. 7 Creighton (10/12) ... Had first multi-assist game of his career, assisting on both of MU's first two goals in a 3-2 win over nationally ranked Butler ... Recorded one assist in three straight matches (Green Bay, Bowling Green, Drake)... Member of the College Sports Madness Preseason All-BIG EAST Second Team.2012: Has started every match this season and has played every minute of every match at left back ... Assisted Axel Sjoberg on MU's second goal in a 2-0 win at Providence (Sept. 29) ... Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Sept. 24) after picking up his third assist in as many games in a 5-0 win vs. DePaul (Sept. 22) ... Picked up his second assist in as many games at Michigan State (Sept. 16) when his cross in the 43rd minute found Andy Huftalin for MU's opening goal in the 2-1 double-overtime win ... Assisted Axel Sjoberg on an equalizer in the second half of MU's 2-1 win vs. Michigan (Sept. 14) ... Assisted Axel Sjoberg on a corner Assisted teammated Eric Pothast on the game-winning goal in MU's 1-0 win at Green Bay (Sept. 24) on a free kick from 40 yards.
2011: Named Marquette's Most Improved Player ... BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Led MU in minutes played (1,807) and was one of two players (Bryan Ciesiulka) to start and play in all 19 games ... Served as MU's primary corner-kick taker from the left side ... Tallied 11 shots from his left back position, including two shots on goal ... Recorded one assist on the season in a 3-0 win at Seton Hall (Oct. 22).
2010: One of four freshmen to score a goal in the 2010 campaign ... Played 686 minutes at midfield ... Led the Golden Eagles with a .333 shot percentage ... Netted first collegiate goal in 3-0 win over Syracuse (Oct. 16) ... Started four matches this season and played in 17 of the team's 18 contests.
Prior to Marquette: Named second team all-state, first team All-Tidewater Conference as well asfirst team all-district and all-region as a senior at Indian River High School under head coach Keith Freeman ... Named the Southeastern District Player of the Year as a junior ... Named among the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's South Conference "Starting XI," as recognized by Soccer America ... Helped led the Virginia Rush club team to a US Developmental League State Cup Championship under the direction of coach Jay Hoffman ... Second Team All-Tidewater Conference selection as a junior ... Helped bring Indian River High School to third in the regional rankings in goals scored ... Led the Braves to the district tournament ... Selected to attend the US-Market Training center ... Team Captain for VA Rush ... Also a member of the golf team in high school
Personal: Born December 12, 1991 ... Son of Edward Dillon... majoring in middle/secondary education